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to the Presbyterian Church South. Some time about 1850-'51, Mr. Wall, who is a Yankee by birth, education, and modes of thought, came to Warrenton, Va., and the surrounding district as a Missionary from the Old School Presbyterian Church, in the United States. Finding himself unsuccessful in Virginia, he removed to North Carolina some time in 1852 or '53, and the Presbyterian Church in Newbern being at the time vacant, he offered himself as a candidate for its pastorate. The arrows of Cupid, or 'Cupidity' however, had by this time. Wounded the Yankee divide, for we find him addressing and marrying one of the richest young ladies in Newbern, a member of his Church. With this lady be came in possession of negroes, bank stock, and other property, which, (with the exception of the negroes) with "the harmlessness of the done," he invested in Northern securities. Thus, with his negroes around him, a young, beautiful, and wealthy Southern wife, he settled in the town of Newbern as