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of all commendation. Their list of members has been rapidly increasing, contributions to their valuable collection are coming in rapidly from every quarter, and Mr. W. W. Corcoran, with characteristic liberality, has purchased for them the famous Dinwiddie papers. And we especially congratulate the Society on securing the whole time of their able and accomplished Secretary, Mr. R. A. Brock. Bethel Classical and Military Academy, of which our accomplished and gallant friend, Major A. G. Smith, is principal, should commend itself not only because it is, in every respect, a first-class school, but because its superintendent and teachers were true Confederate soldiers and our sons who go there will not be made ashamed that their fathers wore the gray. --(See advertisement). The Southern Historical Society--a statement and an appeal. This Society which was organized in New Orleans, in 1869, and reorganized at the Montgomery White Sulphur Springs in August, 1873, has bee