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mbers of this company took the first honor in the South Carolina College. The company is made up of the best material. Their uniform is a red frock and dark pants. The following is a list of their officers: Captain, J. M. Perrin; First Lieutenant, A. M. Smith; Second Lieutenant, J. G. Edwards; Third Lieutenant, A. J. Lithgoe. The Monticello Volunteers, from Fairfield District, also passed down yesterday. It is also a strong body of fine looking men, and officered as follows: Captain, J. B. Davis; Lieutenants, J. T. Dawkins, W. J. Dawkins, R. J. Kelly. In Newberry, in the 28th regiment, on Saturday, the two companies were made up; in one of the battalions not 20 men were left when the call was made. In Clarendon, on Saturday, the call for volunteers was responded to by one company of 88, and one of 80, promptly marching out from the body of the regiment. Dr. A. M. Lynah, of the United States Navy, has resigned his commission, and returned to his native State.
it was untrue Nine of the Republicans were willing to take him up. Mr. Dejarnette tried yesterday to get the floor, but the Republicans refused to let him speak. It was with difficulty he obtained permission to print his speech. In this connection, it is due Virginia members to say that all of them have been anxious to speak, but could not — the Republicans having applied the gag law by shutting off all debate. A pickpocket and the noise in the lobby prevented me from hearing Senator Davis' farewell speech yesterday. It is highly complimented. He asked to be permitted to depart in peace. Trumbull, in his coarse, insulting. Western way, answered that his party were determined to maintain the Union and enforce the laws, it all hazards. When driven to the wall by Green's questions about the Fugitive Slave law, his fellow Senators gathered about him, told him to answer no questions, and cheered him on. A Virginia minister who witnessed this scene, told me that he believed