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s announced that he had resigned his commission in the army, and had been admitted into the Georgia Conference, and would take pastoral charge of the St. John's Methodist Church at Augusta. All this was not surprising to a community so well acquainted with Mr. Hilliard's versatility of talents and grace and eloquence in the pulpit. When, however, it was announced on Thursday evening that the reverend minister had actually been secretly married to Mrs. Eliza A. Mays, on the night of the 7th of August, by the Rev. Dr. E. Baldwin, of the Methodist Church of Montgomery, Madam Rumor was astounded and chagrined that she was so far behind time. It appears that the parties had intended to make their nuptials public in a year from that date, but in the meantime circumstances prevented the second marriage. Accordingly, as Mr. Hilliard was about taking his departure for Augusta, on Thursday evening several persons were assembled at the house of the former Mrs. Mays to hear a written revelatio