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r the control of the Baptists of Alabama, that denomination frequently holds its annual meetings here. The State Convention is now in session. Rev. H. Talbird, D. D., has been elected President, and Prof. Goodhue, of the Howard, Clerk. Rev. C. Manley, a popular young man, and son of Dr. Manley, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. M. Poindexter, of Richmond, Va., is here as the representative of the Foreign Mission cause. Rev. H. A. M. Henderson, late of Kentucky, is now canvasDr. Manley, preached the introductory sermon. Rev. A. M. Poindexter, of Richmond, Va., is here as the representative of the Foreign Mission cause. Rev. H. A. M. Henderson, late of Kentucky, is now canvassing this portion of the State, raising a regiment. He is a Methodist clergyman, and was driven from Kentucky because he would not take upon him the Lincoln yoke. It argues well for the Southern Confederacy to see the clergy flying to arms. It is stated here that one-half of the Baptist ministers of this State are in the army, so that in the Convention many vacant seats are to be found. Rev. B. Manly, sr., D. D., who for eighteen years was the President of the Alabama University, is here