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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. Greenville--census returns--educational institutions --Theological Seminary--Virginia Students--Court --political Speaking--"minute men"--curious Relic --Sunday School--Governor's Proclamation, &c.,&c. Greenville, S. C.,Oct. 29, 1860. This beautiful town, as many of your readers are aware, is, in point of population, the third place of i
e Rabun Gap Railroad, now in process of construction.-- There is already a daily stage line to Greenville.
Tennessee, on the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad, a distance of one hundred miles.
poration limits there are dwellings.
During the past year there have been but 43 deaths.
Greenville is highly favored for its educational privileges.
Some 100 students are in attendance on the minute men."
A rare curiosity was shown to me on yesterday, by Mr. Lanneau, an artist, of Greenville.
It was an original portrait of General Washington, taken in the General's camp by a German a