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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], The seizure of the New Orleans Mint, &c. (search)
nimated speeches were made by several gentlemen, and the utmost unanimity prevailed. The occasion was graced by the presence of a number of Virginia's fair daughters. Could our Northern brethren (many of whom are famishing with hunger) have seen the sumptuous repast served up by the hospitable citizens in the neighborhood, they would have been satisfied that there is no danger of famine in the South, for at least several weeks. In the afternoon a mass meeting was held, and Lieut. Governor R. L. Montague nominated as a candidate for a seat in the State Convention, and on Wednesday, the 23d inst., a meeting was held at Matthews Court-House, by which his nomination was ratified. On Monday, the 28th inst., a large concourse of people, among them many ladies, assembled at Matthews Court-House, to hear this distinguished gentleman. The Court-House was filled to overflowing, and large groups stood around the building. A large meeting was held at Gloucester Court-House to-day, to