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Speech of Mr. Crittenden. --A dispatch dated St. Louis, Oct. 30th, states that Senator Crittenden addressed a large audience, composed of men of all parties, at the Court-House, last night. He eulogized Douglas as a national man, a statesman, and for his course in opposition to Lecompton, and urged the Union men of all parties to vote for Mr. Bell as the only candidate whose success would give peace to the country. He could see no remedy whatever in dissolving the Union or seceding from it, though the Republican party may elect their President. We can out-vote them in the National Legislature, and prevent harm from being done. The South can find constitutional safety in the Union, and preserve that greatest of blessings for this country. --He concluded by saying that it would be his prayer that this Union may last beyond any calculation.
A Forged letter. --A dispatch from Lexington, Ky., of Oct. 30th, states that Vice President Breckinridge authorizes the announcement that the letter published over his signature, purporting to be addressed to Dr. J. T. P. Cohoon, Elizabeth City, N. C., under date of the 5th inst., is a forgery. He has written no such letter.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.charge of inciting Rebellion — Military Matters, &c. Pittsylvania C.H.,Va., Oct. 30th. Our Circuit Court is now in session, his Honor Judge Gilmer presiding, and has just fairly commenced upon a large docket, upon which there are, all told, over five hundred cases. The Grand Jury is now in session, and is doing a big business. To-day an indictment was found against a man named Dodson, for advising and inciting negroes in this State to rebel and make insurrection. He was examined last night, and the proof was as follows, almost verbatim: Dodson was overheard to tell negroes in their cabin at a late hour of the night, "that the children of Israel were in greater bondage than they, (i.e., the negroes,) and that they threw off the yoke of slavery by themselves; that the negroes of St. Domingo had overpowered their masters and set themselves free, and that if they (the negroes of Virginia) would only be determined, and show that they w
New York, Oct. 30. --Cleared, schr. Florida, Norfolk. Boston, Oct. 29. --Cleared, schr. S. A. Smiter, Fredericksburg, Va.