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A first recruit. --The recruiting service for the army of Georgia is being prosecuted with much vigor throughout that State. The first recruit obtained was J. C. Taylor, late of Virginia, a graduate of the Norfolk Military Academy, and for several years captain of a merchant vessel in the Southern trade. The term of service is five years, and each recruit receives from $11 to $25 per month, with clothing, fuel, quarters and subsistence.
ssociates, "pray for me," they will equal hypocrisy, answer, "Yes, we will pray for you." And then this august President elect, with in blushing effrontery, at a time when all the world looks with breathless anxiety upon our political affairs, the "Rali- Splitter" walks but as though he had just waked out of a Rip Van Winkle nap, and foolishly asks, "What is the has anybody hit ye? Is anybody hurt? What ails ye?" Alas, for America for Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Harrison, Taylor and Fill more ! even for Van Huren, and for Pierce !--oh alas, alas, that such a man should ever disgrace the seat where once the Father of his Country sat! But the last impudent of all his balderdash a text he should say that Henry Clay was a teacher. Did Clay teach him to keep his mouth shut when it ought to be opened; or when opened. You see like, to ask a dozen foolish questions in the place of giving some disclose a of his course as the President, in a few days to take the reins