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A patriotic appeal. We have seldom seen a more eloquent and inspiring appeal than Mr. Goggin's late address to the people of Bedford. It has the clear ring of disinterested patriotism and lofty courage. It stirs the blood like the sound of a trumpet. It is worthy of Old Virginia's palmiest days, of old Bedford, and of the whole-souled orator, whose heart is on fire with love of country, and his life fervid with the inspiration of genius and heroism. We rejoice that men of all parties are rivalling each other at this critical hour in their devotion to the national cause. There are no longer any parties. The original Secessionists and those who were not so, because they could not conceive human nature capable of such turpitude and cruelty as Lincoln has exhibited, have mingled their blood together upon the altar of their country. It cannot be said of one of the old parties that it has done more than the other in the defence of our soil, that it has contributed one more m