ber from a certain State,) "says he can't vote for the bill, but will do nothing to injure you. A few other words passed, and one than vanished.
The girl kept her seat, and busied herself in looking at the members, all or nearly all of whom, she seemed to know ultimately, judging from the remarks she made to another girl sitting by her.
They had a glorious Southern-Rights meeting a Baltimore a day or two ago. I was glad to see the Virginia names of W. H. Ryan, R. V. Lanier, and Dan'l I. Warwick in the list of vice Presidents.
I received a visit this morning from an Indiana gentleman, whose anxiety to know what would be the upshot of Virginia's shilly-shally would-if-I-could-but-if-I-can't-how-can-I position, was painful to witness.
I shall never forget the earnestness with which he said."If the South is not united now, we conservatives of the North are lost forever.--Virginia's indecision has nearly crushed its already.
Mr. Zed's compliments and thanks to two young lad