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Rev. P. P. Smith, of Florida, in a letter to the Southern Christian Advocate of Charleston, says that the planters of Florida are hauling their cotton into the open fields, away from their houses, to burn it, if the Yankees should approach. Captain Daniel S. Dickinson, who shot Lieut. Grant, at Jonesville, Lee county, Va. some three months since, was discharged upon the hearing of the case before the examining court. Gen. B. E. Lee writes: "The virtue and fidelity which should chart stern a soldier only be learned from the holy pages of the Bible." The cotton planters of Lowades county, Ala., have taken a decided stand not to plant any more cotton until the blockades is raised. Gen. F. W. Lander, of the Federal army, who died recently, was the husband of the well known notices known as Jean M. Davenport. The church bells of Samr S. O., are to be said into howilgers for a light artillery company recently formed at that place. The ladies of Lynchburg
determination, Col. Harman commanding fought with undaunted courage. Other regiments were at their posts. The 4th. Lt. Col Reynolds commanding, displayed distinguished bravery. Col. Cummings and Lieut. Col. Jones, of the 33', were in the hottest fire of the enemy's centre, and raided their command with indomitable spirit and bravery; while Adj's Neff behaved with a courage that will not soon be forgotten, and Sergeant Major Barton fought bravely the whole time. The latter is missing. Major Lee being injured by the Rich of a horse before the day of battle was not on the field. The gallant commandants of companies of the 33d and their men responded to the torrent of the enemy's bullets with a rapidly and constancy that can not but add lustre to the glorious name they gained at Manassas. The Rockingham company, under Lieut Huston, fought with great determination, officers and men, and won for themselves a name of which Rockingham may be proud. They maintained their ground in