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h and join the Abolition Government of the North. The Enquirer warns these people that, when the acts of the Convention are ratified by the people, the laws will be enforced strictly and impartially on every foot of Virginia soil. There is a punishment more severe for the Pan Handle than the usual punishment for treason. Let the Pan Handlers depart in peace. Let Virginia sell out the Pan Handle to anybody that will have it. She would be willing to sell it cheap. Our only objection is, that there is still a gallant band of true patriots there, whom we dislike thus to offer up. Otherwise, there could be no qualification to our delight in getting rid of the Pan Handle. It has no interests, principles, sympathies, or instincts in common with Virginia. It is in it, but not of it. Oh, happy day when Carlile & Co. shall no longer be Virginians even in name. Surely, Virginia can afford to say to such creatures, "Go, poor devil, there is room enough in the world for me and thee."
The Traitors at Wheeling. Alexandria, May 13--The Tory Convention of Northwestern Virginia met at Wheeling to-day, for the purpose of concerting measures for a division of the State. It is rumored that over thirty counties were represented. The proceedings have not transpired. [Whatever may come from Wheeling by telegraph will have a Black Republican coloring. If thirty counties were represented there, it was (outside of Wheeling and the Pan Handle) by a few disorganizers. Carlile is the leading spirit in this movement. It will doubtless turn out that neither Weitman T. Willey, nor Wm. G. Brown, nor any other man of prominence, took part in the proceedings. The Pan Handle is making a tremendous splutter, but the country will not respond.]