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five citizens be appointed by the Mayor to carry out these resolutions. The Mayor appointed the following committee: Alderman G. W. Dingle, A. B. Rose, B. L. White, Samuel Webb, P. Moran, and the following citizens: Captain F. W. Dawson, E. L. Wells, Esq., Captain James Simons, Asher D. Cohen, Esq., and Captain J. J. Wescott. In accordance with the above resolutions we had a reception from twelve to two, during which a large number of the best people of Charleston (including a number e Society further by subscription to the Southern Historical Society papers, he referred to Colonel Zimmerman Davis, the Charleston agent of the Southern Historical Society. After the lecture we fell into the hands of an old cavalryman, (Mr. E. L. Wells,) who spread for us one of the most elegant suppers we ever saw, which was seasoned until the wee sma‘ hours with delightful converse and congenial company. At ten o'clock the next morning the committee took charge of us again, and we had