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on the other. [Applause.]-- She stood at the head of the Macedonian phalanx of the Border States; and in reply to the question, Where should Virginia go? he would say, go neither North nor South, but with them. He thought if the Union was broken up there would be several Confederacies. His fortunes were with Virginia, and he would sink or swim with her; but he had no idea of her being dragged into any new connection without consideration. His closing remarks looked to a consolidation of the Border States, and eventual reconstruction of the Union upon a basis by them adopted. He thought the secession leaders would gladly avail themselves of any decent pretext to come back. Hon. George W. Summers was then called upon, but declined making a speech. Tim Rives, Esq., was making an appeal for the Union when we left the house. We understand that Marmaduke Johnson, Esq., subsequently addressed the meeting, which adjourned about 11 o'clock, with three cheers for Mr. Carlile.