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mpany of Minute Men from Abbeville District arrived in this city on Wednesday night. They number one hundred men, and are as fine a looking body as any that can be raised. For the information of the Tribune and papers of that ilk, we state that ten members of this company took the first honor in the South Carolina College. The company is made up of the best material. Their uniform is a red frock and dark pants. The following is a list of their officers: Captain, J. M. Perrin; First Lieutenant, A. M. Smith; Second Lieutenant, J. G. Edwards; Third Lieutenant, A. J. Lithgoe. The Monticello Volunteers, from Fairfield District, also passed down yesterday. It is also a strong body of fine looking men, and officered as follows: Captain, J. B. Davis; Lieutenants, J. T. Dawkins, W. J. Dawkins, R. J. Kelly. In Newberry, in the 28th regiment, on Saturday, the two companies were made up; in one of the battalions not 20 men were left when the call was made. In Clarendon, on Sa
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The Floyd banquet. --The Messrs. Ballard fully sustained their reputation on the occasion of the complimentary supper to Hon. John B Floyd, last Friday night. Everything was gotten up in tip- top style, and Smith's Band furnished excellent music. A report of the proceedings will be found elsewhere.
that one-fifth of the State revenue be appropriated for the purpose of arming the people and placing the State on a war footing; Mr. Saunders, the petition of George I. Herring and others, praying for a release as sureties of P. P. Winston; by Mr. Smith, of Kanawha, the petition of citizens of Kanawha upon the subject of free negroes from free States; Mr. Myers, the petition of W. B. Wooldridge and T. C. Howard, executors, praying to be refunded excess of tax on land aid by them. Limitingoway in issuing bonds for the purchase of arms, and to authorize said Courts to provide by levies for the payment of same; by Mr. Cassin, of reporting a bill refunding to Isaac Snobe certain taxes erroneously paid by him to the Commonwealth; by Mr. Smith, of Taylor county, of incorporating the Western Virginia Insurance Company, in Taylor co.; by Mr. Mathews, referring the bill incorporating the Sweet Chaly beat Springs Company to Committee on Propositions and Grievances; by Mr. Wilson, of repo