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An Able Productions The "Report of the Committee of Foreign Affairs," to which we lately referred in strong terms of commendation, was from the pen of R. Barnwell Rhett, Esq., one of the original champions of secession, and one of the first intellects of the South.
Personal. --Hon. Wm. C. Rives arrived in Richmond on Saturday. Hon. C. C. Memminger, Secretary of State of the Confederate States, arrived yesterday. His Excellency Jefferson Davis, President, is expected this morning — rooms having been engaged for him at the Spotswood Hotel. There was registered at the Spotswood yesterday besides others, the following names: Commodore Muse, N. C. Navy; J. L. Preston, S. C., Wm. M. Ambler, La., O. G. Clay, R. L. Owen, Lynchburg; Wm. T. Sutherlin, Danville; M. M. Long, California. At the Exchange Hotel: Col. Wm. B. Bate, Walker Legion: Ex Gov. Jno. P. Richardson, S. C., G. A. Perdicallis, N. J., Major Rhett, S. C., C. F. Suttle, Alexandria, Va., L. M. McAfee, Gonzales, Texas; A. L. Carter, Va.