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n men here. But the Tribune says,"that patriots like Messrs. Botts, Barbour, Clemens, and Stuart, will have a clear majority of twenty-eight in the Convention." Heaven forbid! I could give the names of a party of traitors, where of "this correspondence" was one, who were busily engaged till a late hour last night in sending off the magnificent articles contributed by one "Bland," to the Richmond Ecuminer. Better antidote to the Clemens, Etheridge poison, there is none. Wealthy and working men of the North are here by scores, trying to hold water in a seive-- in other words, saving the Union--in still other words, crying over spilt milk. But the work of separating the South from the deadly malaria of free society goes steadily on. A higher power has this sublime object in hand. The more men try to stop it, the faster it proceeds. Rev Edward A. Pollard, author of "Black Diamonds," lectures here on Friday night.--His theme will be "The Soldier of the Cross." Zed.