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leading his command. We met at an early hour last Saturday morning, and marched in double file to Brenham, our county seat, to attend a mass meeting for the purpose of nominating candidates for the State Convention, which meets in Austin on the 28th day of January next. The election of delegates is to be held on the 8th of January. The meeting, which was a very large one, was soon organized, and was, by unanimous request, addressed in a lengthy and soul-stirring speech by the Rev. Geo. W. Carter, late of the Virginia Methodist Conference, now President of Soule University, in this county. During the speech many old Texans were seen hastily to brush a tear from their sunburnt cheeks. There were but few Union men present before the speech, after which, I think there were none. Gov. Houston is inclined to submit, and has, after having been solicited by more than half the counties in the State, positively refused to convene the Legislature; but the people of Texas have a