ty to ask what they proposed to do about the breach of discipline on the part of the students, as he regarded it, in again raising the flag on the college.
Professor White voiced the sentiments of the faculty and of the whole State when he at once said, Virginia has now acted, and the boys are right.
I say let the flag wave, ahe Liberty Hall Volunteers, the name borne by a company of students from the same institution who did valiant service in the Revolution of 1776.
They elected Professor White as their first captain, all of their officers were Christian men, more than half of the rank and file belonged to some evangelical church, and about one-fourtcome the subjects of His salvation! R. W. C.
Rev. Mr. Hopkins, of Martinsburg, Virginia, sends $5.00 to be appropriated to the purchase of tracts for Captain Robert White's company, Thirteenth Regiment, Virginia Volunteers.
It is a thank-offering from a widowed mother, whose son died of fever at Winchester, contracted at Ma