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rofessors are widely known and loved in Virginia, viz; Rev. Messrs. B. Manly, Jr., D. D., of Richmond, and J. A. Broadus, D. D., formerly of Charlottesville. The first named gentleman is Professor of "Biblical Introduction and Interpretation of the Old Testament." Dr. Broadus is Professor of "Interpretation of the New Testament, and Preparation and Delivery of Sermons." The chair of "Systematic Theology, Polemic Theology and A Apologetics," is ably filled by Rev. J. P. Boyce, D. D. Rev. Dr. Wm. Williams, formerly of Georgia, is Professor of "Church History, Church Government and Pastoral ." Besides the Library of the Seminary, the private libraries of the Professors amount to over 10,000 volumes. The regular term of the Court of Common Pleas for this District is now in session, his Honor D. L. Wardlaw presiding. The only case of much interest on the issue docket, is that involving the validity of the will of Lawrence Brock, deceased. Last Tuesday, during the morning recess of
Horizontal Steam Engine, Silver Medal. To C. Bradly, for Miniature Vertical Steam Engine, Certificate of Silver Medal. To Register & Webb, of Baltimore, for case of Steam Gauges, Whistles, Oil Cooks, and Globe Valves, exhibited by Messrs. Williams & Elliott, Silver Medal. Class no. 5.-- Sewing Machines. To Wheeler & Wilson's Sewing Machines, Silver Medal. To the Lester Manufacturing Company, for Sewing Machines, First-Class Diploma. To Grover & Baker's Sewing Machi. To Walker & Pelouze, for Type Foundry, First-Class Diploma. To same, for Mitering Machine, Silver Medal. Class no. 39.-- Carriages, Buggies, &c. To Geo. A. Ainslie, for Buggy and Carriage, Certificate of Silver Medal. To Williams & Elliott, for Carriage Makers Supplies, First Class Diploma. Class no. 40.-- Flour. To H. S. Holliday, for superior Family Flour, First--Class Diploma. Class no. 41.-- Flour. To Knowles & Walford, of Richmond, for Specimens of C