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all his clergy, as any man or set of men South of the Potomac. Such discriminations are, of course, unintentional, but they may coefate mischievously.] Mr. Macfarland, of Richmond, (who, we presume, from his frequent calls on the Chair and large budget of documents, is the custos peen of our Commonwealth,) submitted a resolhe first bank in all our experience that, in all cases of public emergency, did not take care of itself first, its stockholders and creditors afterwards. But Mr. Macfarland is a lawyer, and we are proud to add, of our own knowledge, an eminent one, and, of course, he will hang by the precedents. Can't he find out some precedent plundered, whose families are driven from their homes, and who are now here fugitives and moneyless by the mercenary cut-throats of Lincoln and Scott? Come, Mr. Macfarland, enlarge your beneficent views and give us all the benefit of your liberal suggestion.] Quite an interesting debate sprung up on a motion made by the cha