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lph Fairfax, Alexandria; Robert Falligant, Savannah, Ga. A Frederick Fleet, King and Queen; Robert Frazer, Orange; N Branham Hamner, University of Virginia; Alfred T. Harris, Jr., Richmond; Waller Holladay, Albemarle; Hodijah L. Meade, Richmond; Randolph H McKim, Baltimore; A. S. Pendleton, Lexington; Samuel H. Pulliam, Richmond; J. Howard Smith, Albemarle; Fenton E. Wrenn, Isle of Wight; A K. Yancey, Albemarle. German Language and Literature.--Julian Fairfax, Alexandria; C. Powell Grady, Lh B. Myers, Kentucky; Wm. W. Old, Princess Anne; D. T. Peebles, Louisiana. School of Moral Philosophy.--J. Moncure Hull, Falmouth; John K. Jones, Nottoway; Richard W. Jones, Greensville; A. J. Lewis, New Orleans, La; Rhodes Massie, Augusta; Randolph, Clinton, N. C; C. N. Berkeley Minor, Hanover; J. F Misser, Miss.; Wm. W. Old, Princess Ann; J. W. H. Porter, Florida; C. M. Richards, Alabama; Fenton E. Wrend, Isle of Wight; Wm.G. Wheeler, Ky.; A. K. Yaccey, Albemarle. School of History a
Publishing in Richmond. --The brief article in yesterday's Dispatch under this head did not go as far as it should have gone in the awarding of credit for publishing enterprise in this city. The Testament spoken of is to be published by J. W. Randolph. He has already disposed of 25,000 copies to the Baptist and other churches. The book will not be ready for some time yet, owing to the difficulty of getting paper. It can be gotten, however, and the work will be expedited as much as possible. To Mr. R. will belong the credit of being the first publisher South of Mason and Dixon's line to print the Testament.