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The New Alabama member. --The successor, in the Provisional Congress, of Hon. John. G. Shorter, (now Governor of the State of Alabama) is Gen. Corneize Robinson, of Lowndes county. Gen. R. is a gentleman of the into intelligence, elevated character, and in distinguished for his devotion to the cause of the South. Of his large means he has freely to promote the separation of the South from her Yankee oppressors. Gen. E. Benson, like the eloquent Congressmen from Hen. Duncan F. Konder, is a true turfman, For some years he has acted as President of the Montgomery (Ala.) Jockey Club, and has always had a nigh reputation, among turfmen, for his knowledge of the rales, and strict impartiality. With bacon and Cantey heading regiments in the full, and Ketpor and Robinson representing their States in the Confederate Congress, the Southern turf snows itself still the arena of chivalrous gentleman.