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ch reason to fear that when the investigation ordered yesterday by the House is had, the disgrace will fall mainly upon Virginia. Some time ago, I wrote that Forney was begging for conciliation for compromise.--Hear how he talks now: "I have for weeks past counselled peace. But the day for persuasion has passed and gon Does this encourage delay on the part of Virginia? Is she scared? Then, for the comfort of her timidity. I give the reply of the Philadelphia Pennsylvanian to Forney's threat of war. The editor says: "We desire to say in the most emphatic language to this epistolary 'dog of war. ' 'Occasional.' that we do not intend to ng a military despotism in the place of our present free government, there will be two armies raised here at one and the same time" "Occasional" is the name Forney signs to the letters he writes from Washington to his paper, the Philadelphia Press. I have also a sweet morsel for those patriotic gentlemen who are doing a