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pt. Gracile, of New York, was a captain of a military company in Mobile, and was ordered by the Governor of the State to the protection of Fort Morgan, near Mobile, where, as a soldier, he executed the orders of that State. Capt. Gracie has been in Elizabeth, N. J., for some days, on a visit to his wife and children, who reside there --but was about returning to Mobile. On Wednesday night a rough crowd, the tools of Abolitionists, doubtless, gathered around his mother-in-law's dwelling, (Mrs. Mayo,) and hung Mr. Gracie in effigy, firing Roman candles, and burning a tar barrel, with great noise and yells. After this demonstration they returned in procession. A poster was put up, during the night, threatening Mr. Gracie with "tar and feathers," if he did not leave within 24 hours, and declaring him to be a "traitor" for serving in the Mobile forces. It was the intention of Mr. G to leave, but he now intends to stay, to give them an opportunity to carry out their threats. He has a
ver Railroad, over two hundred members, officers, reporters, &c., of the General Assembly, accompanied by Gov. Letcher, Mayor Mayo, and others, left the city at 7 o'clock on Saturday morning, on an excursion to Yorktown and Old Point. On reaching thoat, and were soon again under way, and arrived at Old Point Comfort about 2 o'clock, P. M. As soon as the Governor and Mayor Mayo had been presented to Col. Dimmick, and the officers in command, the line of march was taken for the parade grounds in icers and soldiers of the fort, were expressed in speeches by Messrs. John T. Anderson. of the House of Delegates, and Mayor Mayo. The boat moved from the wharf about 4 o'clock, and a few moments afterwards a report like thunder was heard and athe pleasure afforded the excursionists, &c. Remarks were also submitted by Messrs. McCue, Thompson, Christian, Crane, and Mayo. W. F. Gordon, Jr., offered the following resolutions: Resolved, That the thanks of the officers and members of