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tion of his brethren and people. Who can hope to be so merciful, loving, and gentle to all persons, for Christ's sake, as he was. But by the grace of God he was what he was. May I not, then, entreat your prayers to Almighty God in my behalf, that I may go among you in the "spirit of power, and of love, and of a sound mind," and follow in the footsteps of your late, beloved Bishop, even as he followed Christ. Yours, truly and affectionately, Richard H. Wilmer. To the Rev. Messrs. Hanson, Massey, Ticknor, and Messrs. Phelan, Taylor, and Alison. Getting his revenge. The Mobile Advertiser says: Many Georgians and Alabamian will vividly remember the circumstances of the murder of Gen. McIntosh, the Creek Chieftain, many years ago, and before the removal of the nation to the Reserve. That deed was perpetrated by the faction of Hopothleyholo, the old rascal who, with his renegade Creeks was lately routed by McIntosh and Cooper. Thus does McIntosh avenge, in the cause of