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Virginia and the Confederacy. --The closing proceedings of the secret session of the Virginia Convention, as they now appear in the Richmond Enquirer, establish the gratifying fact, which we have always felt convinced of, that, from the very first, Virginia and the Southern Confederacy, through their Executives, Gov. Letcher and President Davis, have been acting in the most perfect concord and mutual good understanding. Gov. Letcher, has exerted himself in carrying out the will the Convention and people with an indomitable energy, characteristic of the man, and an unimpeachable fidelity, by none more highly appreciated than by the authorities of the Confederate States. Virginia has done her part nobly, and completely eclipsed the brightest splendors of her Revolutionary fame.
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Virginia and the Confederacy. --The closing proceedings of the secret session of the Virginia Convention, as they now appear in the Richmond Enquirer, establish the gratifying fact, which we have always felt convinced of, that, from the very first, Virginia and the Southern Confederacy, through their Executives, Gov. Letcher and President Davis, have been acting in the most perfect concord and mutual good understanding. Gov. Letcher, has exerted himself in carrying out the will the Convention and people with an indomitable energy, characteristic of the man, and an unimpeachable fidelity, by none more highly appreciated than by the authorities of the Confederate States. Virginia has done her part nobly, and completely eclipsed the brightest splendors of her Revolutionary fame.
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session of the Virginia Convention, as they now appear in the Richmond Enquirer, establish the gratifying fact, which we have always felt convinced of, that, from the very first, Virginia and the Southern Confederacy, through their Executives, Gov. Letcher and President Davis, have been acting in the most perfect concord and mutual good understanding. Gov. Letcher, has exerted himself in carrying out the will the Convention and people with an indomitable energy, characteristic of the man, and arough their Executives, Gov. Letcher and President Davis, have been acting in the most perfect concord and mutual good understanding. Gov. Letcher, has exerted himself in carrying out the will the Convention and people with an indomitable energy, characteristic of the man, and an unimpeachable fidelity, by none more highly appreciated than by the authorities of the Confederate States. Virginia has done her part nobly, and completely eclipsed the brightest splendors of her Revolutionary fame.