tle." The House then adjourned until 9 o'clock the next morning.
Arrest of Tennessee traitors.
The Atlanta Confederacy says seven men have been arrested in Chattanooga on a charge of being connected with the late bridge burnings and the rebellious movements in East Tennessee generally.
Their names are Wm. Crutchfield, a very rich man; George River, John Blackford, a rich man; Col. Vaughn, an old citizen, but disloyal, said to be very sly in his Union movements; James Cameron, Jacob Humphreys, and Geo. Alexander.
The Macon Telegraph thus expresses its sentiments with regard to our representation in the two Houses of the First Confederate Congress:
The Senatorial delegation, as a whole is worthy the reputation of Georgia.
The brotherhood of the House, on the other hand, as a whole, is such an one as Georgia never sent to Congress before, but under the benign it fluences of King Scrub, let us flatter ourselves that it is intellectually far superior