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ssionist. --Kenan has been elected as the Representative of the Bibb or Macon (Ga.) District in the next Confederate Congress. According to a recent census of Charleston, the population of that city is 26,969 whites, 17,655 slaves, and 3,785 free colored persons. A negro, named Gabriel, was hung in Tuscaloosa, Ala., a short time since, for the murder of his master. The sum raised thus far for the benefit of the widow and orphans of the lamented Jackson, amounts to $30,000. A young man, named George Thompson, fell overboard at Charleston, South Carolina, on Friday last, and was drowned. Maj. F. W. Capers, of the Georgia Military Institute, has been appointed by the Governor of that State Brigadier General. Col. Jas. R. Powell, of Montgomery, Ala., has tendered to President Davis a fine horse. The Legislature of South Carolina adjourned sine die, on the 6th inst. Julian Hartridge has been elected to Congress from the Savannah (Ga.) District.