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cial and political evil, and he regretted the expressions that indicated similar opinions still. He next alluded to the remarks of the gentleman from Bedford, (Mr. Goggin,) and welcomed the sentiment that when it comes to coercion, he would be found fighting under the flag of Virginia. But they had not dwelt sufficiently upon thld settle it in an hour. [Sensation.] He went on to consider the question, what shall Virginia do? He had with pleasure heard the gentleman from Bedford (Mr. Goggin) say that in the final event of a separation he would wrap himself in the folds of the flag of Virginia, and perish with her, if she must perish. But his idea othing less than a middle foolery. On this subject the speaker dilated at considerable length. Speaking of the Constitution of the Provisional Government, and Mr. Goggin's expressed caution in respect to it, he said he knew his friend did not intentionally misrepresent it, but he was surprised that he should have ventured upon t