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General Baptist Association.[reported for the Richmond Dispatch.] Petersburg, Va., June 1, 1861. The report on Domestic and Indian Missions, which was read by Rev. T. G. Keen, states that during the past year the Board have had in their employ 69 missionaries in the Home field, and 39 among the Indians.--The contributions to the Board for the past year amounts to $43,991,32, of which the Baptists of this State gave $4,933,94. The Committee on place and preacher for next meeting, selected Richmond, and Rev. W. D. Thomas, of Warrenton, to preach the opening sermon. Rev. W. Slate reported in behalf of the Committee on Nomination of New Boards, and as this is an important report I send you a copy: State Mission Board,Richmond.--Jas. B. Taylor, President; L. W. Seeley, 1st Vice-President; William Fisher, 2d Vice-President; H. K. Ellyson, Corresponding Secretary; J. E. Burress, Recording Secretary; J. B. Wood, Treasurer; A. M. Balley, Auditor. Other Managers--Joel
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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.from Camp Montague. Camp Montague, June 1st, 1861. I have yet seen nothing from "Old Middle sex," and have wondered that some of your many friends here have not corresponded.--Allow me to attempt a supply of this evident neglect. The "Daily" is eagerly sought after in camp and elsewhere, when the stage from West Point arrives every evening. Our county is not by any means in the rear, in the glorious movements of volunteering, so general in this old Commonwealth. Out of a white population of about a thousand, we have four volunteer companies--two Rifles, one Cavalry and one Artillery. Two of them were mustered into service on Friday, the 24th of May, and are now encamped at the ancient and finished town of Urbana. The "Artillery," under command of the gallant Captain, Wm. C. Fleet, and the "Rifles," under Captain A. D. Saunders, are now under drill by quite efficient instructors.--These companies number about sixty each.--The o
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.from Bedford. Bedford, Va., June 1, 1861. Much has been said, through the columns of your valuable paper, about the liberal contributions of men and money to the cause of the South, made by the counties of Augusta, Washington, &c.; but I think no county in the State surpasses the county of Bedford in contribution of men and money to the holy war the South is now engaged in. She has already nine full companies in the service of the State, with four others ready to respond when called on. The County Court has made a war appropriation of fifty thousand dollars, and pledged as much more if needed. Besides this, large private subscriptions have been made. One gentleman, Wm. V. Jordan, a private in Capt. T. C. Jordan's company, and of moderate property, gave $500. Add to all this about 2,900 votes for ratification and one against, and I think you will agree with me that Bradford is the banner county. Otter. Peake.