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eeting of the Rappahannock Baptist Association. Re x County, July 24, 1861. To-day the Rappabannock Baptist Association closed its annual meeting. As this is one of the largest religious bodies in the State, a few lines in regard to this great convocation may not be unacceptable to your many readers. Rev. A. Bagby, of King and Queen, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. Hall, a member of the Virginia Convention from Lancaster and Northumberland, was chosen Moderator; Rev. T. B. Evans, of Middlesex, Clerk, and S. S. Gresham, Esq., Treasurer. From the reading of the letters, it seemed that the churches had enjoyed a prosperous year, though the number of additions was smaller than that reported last session. Rev. James B. Taylor advocated the claims of Foreign Missions. Rev. A. Broaddus, in to of Kentucky, appeared on the agent of the Greenville Theological Seminsry. Rev. A. E. Dickinson spoke in behalf of Colportage, and $200 were contributed to publish tr
tch: The gallant Colonel Wheat is not dead, as was reported yesterday, but strong hopes are entertained of his recovery. All Louisiana, and I trust all lovers of heroism in the Confederate States, will say Amen to the prayer, that he and all his wounded compatriots in arms may be restored to the service of their country, to their families and friends, long to live and enjoy the honors due to their dauntless spirits. I have just read a letter from Capt. George McCausland, Aid to General Evans, written on behalf of Major Wheat to a relative of Lt. Allen C. Dickinson, Adjutant of Wheat's Battalion. For the information of the family and friends of Lieut. Dickinson, I extract a portion of the letter, viz! "He (Major Wheat,) deeply regrets to say that our dear friend (Lieut. D) was so unfortunate as to receive a wound, which, slight as it is, will prevent him, for some time, from rendering those services now so needed by our country. The would is in the leg, and although ve