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Omission. --In our publication of the Council proceedings yesterday we omitted to mention a petition offered by Mr. Walker from J. Alexander and J. T. Mann, asking the use of Old Market Hall for a ball on Friday night, to raise money to purchase shoes and socks for company A. 13th regiment Virginia volunteers. The application was opposed by Messrs. Scott and Stokes, and earnestly advocated by the mover. The petition was granted.
egard it as the most probable thing in the world. Alexander, with all the pomp and circumstance of boundless por splitting rails and drinking whiskey on shore. Alexander, in his instructions to Count Mouravieff, Governor form the negroes into regiments and battalions. --Alexander directs Mouravieff to proceed with the greatest ritler had a similar list, and was applauded by Abe. Alexander, directs Mouravieff to pursue the most energetic mat he means to hang President Davis and Gen. Lee. Alexander directs Mouravieff to "adopt measures against famial that brutes should sympathize, and that Abe and Alexander should form a "Holy Alliance" against civilizationt of view, a far better excuse presents itself for Alexander than can be found for Lincoln. Alexander is a herAlexander is a hereditary despot. The Poles are his subjects by right of conquest, at least he has been educated to think them s were his subjects, and therefore are not rebels. Alexander is acting upon a conviction that he is but sustain