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nother man must be sent to Fortress Monroe, Harper's Ferry, or to the fort on the Potomac. Alluding to a scurrilous attack upon him in the N. Y. Times, where he was branded as a traitor, he said he had engaged in no political man ring with any party. The only communication he had received from South Carolina was a dispatch in reply to an effort for the preservation of peace. His correspondence was all with the North. He delighted to correspond with such noble men as Edward Everett, Robert C. Winthrop, and the venerable Dr. Spring, of Albany. After some remarks upon the skillful game of the Republicans in Congress, he spoke briefly of the proposed Conference of the Border Slave States, which he thought would amount to nothing. But if the ultimatum which he suggested were put forth, he could not foretell the greatness of its results. He was not prepared to say it would not be the means of restoring the glorious Union. He was not satisfied that the South would not come back. Virg