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d Lieutenant Governor by a handsome majority. Mr. P., who is a plain, sincere gentleman, after the pattern of men of other days is a prominent member of the Western Virginia bar. He is moderate yet firm, and though cautious and prudent, decided in his views. He was a strong Union man until the State determined to secede, and then gave himself entirely to her cause. He represented a district in the Convention which was strongly opposed to secession, and had he followed the example of George W. Summers he might have carried a large number of his constituents away from their true allegiance. But he acted the part of a true patriot, and not only told his people what their duty was, but led the way by his own example, and has been active in the measures for military defence in his own part of the State. He was in Lewisburg when the first Yankee force entered the place. The Federal commander proclaimed to the people that they were citizens of the United States and owed allegiance to t