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-House. A general rush was made to hear them. Messrs. Walter Preston, Jas. W. Humes, Joseph T. Campbell, Jonathan Richmond, Isaac B. Dunn, Col. E. S. Martin, Gov. McMullin, Dr. Jas. L. White and Wm. White responded to calls made upon them by the crowd. Each gentleman made eloquent appeals to the people — each said that he was willing to engage in the fight. Col. McMullin related an anecdote of a young married lady, (Mrs. Pleasant Hagy,) who is here on a visit from Texas to see the parents, &c., of Mr. Hagy. Some ladies had asked her how she could consent for her husband to go to war — how would she feel if he got killed? Mrs. Hagy replied: "Let him go! I would rather be the widow of a brave man than the wife of a coward." Immense cheering was given when this was related. Gov. McMullin said that he had been a candidate for Congress, but now he was a candidate for Abe Lincoln's scalp! Col. Martin said that he had been a candidate for re-election to Congress — that he had ho<