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Appointed. --The following gentlemen have recently received appointments to labor as colporteurs in the employ of the Baptist Colportage Board, of this city: Rev. George Pearcy, returned Missionary from China, to labor among the encampments around Lynchburg; Rev. C. H. Ryland, recent graduate of the Greenville Theological Seminary, to Gen. Lee's Division; Rev. P. T. Terrell, to General Floyd's Brigade; Rev. J. T. Skinner and Rev. W. B. Pedigo, to the army on the Potomac, and Rev. J. C. Robertson, to labor in the encampments around this city. These new appointments enable the Board greatly to extend the sphere of its influence.
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General Wise relieved. --The evil and danger of a divided command in the army of the Kanawha operating beyond Lewisburg has been felt so -bly by the authorities, that they have determined to relieve one of our Generals in that quarter, and devolve the whole command upon the other. Accordingly, Gen. Wise has been recalled, to be assigned to another field of duty, and the command of the army of the Kanawha devolves upon Gen. Floyd.