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prayer. This was adopted as preferable to a daily union prayer meeting, which was first proposed. Our people at large will be ready to fight. O, let them not forget to pray. How precious and appropriate are some of the Psalms now! I met yesterday a prominent citizen of Richmond who had brought his family to this town as to a place of safety. He said many ladies were coming here soon from lower Virginia. This may be a peculiarly safe place. I believe it is as safe as any. But Gen. Kenton Harper, of this county, months ago expressed the opinion that from Winchester to Staunton would be one of the battle-grounds. However this may be, when I go, I shall leave my family here. It has been suggested to move the works at Harper's Ferry and the Virginia workmen there, to some safe place beyond this — say Clifton Forge — and go right on manufacturing arms. I commend this to his Excellency, who knows all about it. Arms will now be a great want. By-the-way, we are all proud of o
Harper's magazine. --We have received the May number of Harper from Messrs. West & Johnston. Harper's magazine. --We have received the May number of Harper from Messrs. West & Johnston.