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France — who spent seven years of the seed time and harvest of his life in the military service of his country — who was Governor of Virginia — and who poured out his money and his blood like water, in defence of our rights. It is a reproach to Virginia that this thing should be so. Yet we are pleased to believe that it will no longer continue to be so. It is well known that "Camp Lee " was named after General Lee, the most brilliant and successful of all our cavalry officers. We know not whether the name suggested the scheme; but a petition to the Legislature to remove the remains of Gen. Lee, bring them here, and erect a monument over them, was drawn up by a gentleman of this city, (Mr. Peyton Johnston,) presented for signatures to the corps encamped at "Camp Lee," and signed, we understand, by the whole body. Doubtless, it will not fail of its effect. There can be no reason to believe that the Legislature will not discharge such an obvious duty, when once reminded of