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Hon. A. H. H. Stuart. --On yesterday, Hon. Alex. H. H. Stuart addressed the people in the Court House. He spoke for about an hour and a half, and rivetted the attention of his audience for that length of time by his eloquent and stirring appeals. He exhorted the people to pay their increased taxes with alacrity, to give their money freely, and to make any and every sacrifice, if necessary, towards securing our liberties, and maintaining our rights, and defending our soil from the tread oHon. Alex. H. H. Stuart addressed the people in the Court House. He spoke for about an hour and a half, and rivetted the attention of his audience for that length of time by his eloquent and stirring appeals. He exhorted the people to pay their increased taxes with alacrity, to give their money freely, and to make any and every sacrifice, if necessary, towards securing our liberties, and maintaining our rights, and defending our soil from the tread of the invading foe. He felt confident that victory would in the end perch upon our banner, however desperate the conflict might be. He paid a high and deserved compliment to the brave sons of "Old Augusta." They had brave and heroic sires, and the sons were not degenerate. He knew that it an opportunity offered the sons of "Augusta" would be found in the thickest of the fight, and that he was confident they would never give their good mother cause to blush for them. He said the interests of E