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inty of its ever reaching you. I would then audibly address you, as I do now by the only means at my disposal, in terms to this effect: --"John Nottingham, (no longer Upshur,) you have affixed the sole dishonor it has ever sustained upon the name of my family — a name which you were once graciously permitted to assume, but to which your accorded title justly expired the instant you basely sought to dishonor it. In arraying yourself in arms against your country, you have, with the old villain Scott, and the rest, proved yourself a traitor --to your State; to the family which confided to your defence and keeping the sacred trust of a most honorable name; to the hallowed memories of the good and brave, whose spirits have been spared this last humiliation at your hands; to all, all, a traitor, a degenerate, submissive pander to the will of a vulgar, impotent, God-forsaken, deluded despot ! Ah ! Corydon, Gorydon, quae te dementia cepit? That a monied pollution is better than generous pove
gton, July 9. --It is stated here that Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, reports that the Secession feeling is strong on the Eastern Shore, and he wants Federal troops to protect the Union men there. The Cabinet had a consultation to-day with Gen. Scott about sending troops to that portion of Maryland, but the result is not known Mr. Valiandigham declared, in the Democratic caucus last night, that he preferred peace to the preservation of the Union. Col. Taylor has arrived in Washington with a flag of truce. A thousand rumors are a float in reference to his mission, but it is believed that it refers to an exchange of prisoners. It is stated that Gen. Scott is in hourly expectation of intelligence of a battle between Generals Patterson and Johnston, at Edwards' Ferry The Government has sent reinforcements When the courier left for assistance two Federalists were dead. At Buckhannon, Capt.Barrett's company, of the Ninth Ohio Regiment, was paraded before the re
Carrying side-arms. --The following, offered by Mr. Scott, was adopted at a meeting of the Common Council held on Monday: Resolved, That the Mayor be instructed to impress upon the commandants of the various posts on the suburbs of the city, the propriety of requiring their men to divest themselves of side-arms on leaving camp.