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From Petersburg.[special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Petersburg, April 27, 1861. Three companies of the Second Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers, Col. Kershaw's Regiment, arrived in this city at 9 o'clock this morning, and were welcomed by a large assemblage of ladies and gentlemen. Had the hour of their arrival been generally known, the vast square in front of Jarratt's Hotel would have been inadequate to accommodate them. As it was, the reception they met with was undoubtedly most gratifying to the several corps. After breakfasting at Jarratt's, they were escorted to the Richmond Depot by the Home Guard, the streets through which they passed being liberally overhung with flags of various descriptions and devices. At the corner of Bank and Sycamore streets the companies were halted, and gave three rousing and enthusiastic cheers for a beautiful Palmetto flag that was hung over the street in honor of South Carolina and her brave troops. From every window, door
ty-one, and in the eighty-fifth year of the Commonwealth of Virginia. A true copy. John L. Eubank, Secretary of Convention. Executive Department,April 27, 1861. The following Ordinances of the Convention of this Commonwealth are published by its order for general information. George W. Munford, Secretary of thadoption, subject to amendment, modification, or repeal by this Convention or by the General Assembly of Virginia. Adopted by the Convention of Virginia, April 27, 1861. John L. Eubank, Secretary of the Convention. An Ordinance. Providing Chaplains for the Provisional Army. Be it Ordained, That the Governor sy and emoluments as a Major of infantry. This Ordinance shall be in force from the time of its adoption, and be subject to amendment, modification or repeal by this Convention or by the General Assembly. Adopted by the Convention of Virginia, April 27th, 1861. John L. Eubank, Secretary of Convention. ap 29--d3t&c3t