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on was extended to "every true Southern man to be in attendance," at 8 o'clock, corner of Mayo and Franklin streets. An immense crowd of citizens assembled at the hour named, and led by a band of music, proceeded to the Exchange Hotel, where they were addressed in strong Southern State- rights speeches by John Goode, of Bedford, and Wm. F. Gordon, Jr., of Albemarle. Both gentlemen said, no matter what the Convention did, the people of Virginia would go with the South. Cries were made for Goggin, Wise, Morton, and Montague. An announcement was made that Gov. Wise was too much indisposed to speak, and a motion was carried to adjourn to the Spotswood House. On passing the American Hotel sundry groans were given for Mr. Moore. At the Spotswood House, Col. Dickinson, of Prince Edward, apologized for the absence of Hon. J. Morton. Col. D. said he strongly sympathized with the feeling which had induced the meeting to assemble. Soon the expression of public sentiment, and the directi