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mounted in all to about 120 Hatteras fishers and voters, the rest being boys, women and children. This grand convention, representing North Carolina, "free and independent." was addressed by a Tribune reporter, (the only one here, I believe,) a Mr. Foster, now an Hon. M. C., and Gov. Taylor. Well, the resolutions were read by the Governor, and the question of their adoption being put, no one could, at first, be found to second it. Afterwards, the form of a man said, "I want to do what is rightwhat to do, but after the resolutions were read over again, some one managed to gain courage enough to vote, and all followed suit. So, the Provisional Government was established. If this is not a "big thing" I don't know what is. On the 28th Mr. Foster was elected to the United States Congress for this district. The appointment of Jewish Chaplains. Washington, Dec. 12. --Rev. Dr. Fishel, of New York, had an interview with the President to urge the appointment of Jewish Chaplains
Twenty dollars reward. --William Foster, a mulatto man, well known as having lived with Messrs. Warwick & Barksdale, and as a famous runaway, is off again, and I will give $20 reward for his apprehension and delivery in Cary street Jail, or to me. de 7--ts Robert B. Lyne.