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Deputies to the Provisional Congress of the Confederate States. Assembled at Montgomery, Alabama, February, 1861.

Hon. Howell CobbGeorgiaPresident of the Provisional Congress; afterwards Brigadier-General and Major-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. J. J. HooperAlabamaSecretary of the Provisional Congress.
Hon. Wm. P. ChiltonAlabamaAfterwards member of Congress.
Hon. Jabez L. M. CurryAlabamaAfterwards member of Congress and Lieutenant-Colonel of cavalry.
Hon. Thomas FearnAlabama 
Hon. Stephen F. HaleAlabama 
Hon. David P. LewisAlabama 
Hon. Colin J. McRaeAlabamaAfterwards special agent to London and Paris.
Hon. John Gill ShorterAlabamaAfterwards Governor of Alabama.
Hon. Robert H. SmithAlabamaAfterwards Colonel in Confederate Army.
Hon. Richard W. WalkerAlabamaAfterwards Confederate Senator from Alabama.
Hon. J. Patton AndersonFloridaAfterwards Brigadier-General and Major-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. Jackson MortonFlorida 
Hon. James B. OwensFlorida 
Hon. Frank S. BartowGeorgiaAfterwards Brigadier-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. Howell CobbGeorgiaAfterwards Brigadier-General and Major-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. Thomas R. R. CobbGeorgiaAfterwards Brigadier-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. Martin J. CrawfordGeorgiaAfterwards delegate to the United States.
Hon. Benjamin H. HillGeorgiaAfterwards Confederate Senator from Georgia.
Hon. Augustus H. KenanGeorgiaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. Eugenius A. NisbetGeorgia 
Hon. Alexander H. StephensGeorgiaElected Vice-President of the Confederate States.
Hon. Robert ToombsGeorgiaSecretary of State; Brigadier-General in the Confederate army, &c.
Hon. Augustus R. WrightGeorgiaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. Alexander de ClouetLouisiana 
Hon. Charles M. ConradLouisianaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. Dancan F. KennerLouisianaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. Henry MarshallLouisianaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. John Perkins, JrLouisianaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. Edward SparrowLouisianaAfterwards Cenfederate Senator from Louisiana.
Hon. William S. BarryMississippiAfterwards Brigadier-General in Confederate service.
Hon. Walker BrookeMississippi 
Hon. J. A. P. CampbellMississippi 
Hon. Alexander M. ClaytonMississippi 
Hon. W. P. HarrisMississippi 
Hon. James T. HarrisonMississippi 
Hon. W. S. WilsonMississippi 
Hon. Robert W. BarnwellSouth CarolinaAfterwards Confederate Senator from South Carolina.
Hon. William W. BoyceSouth CarolinaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. James Chestnut, JrSouth CarolinaAfterwards A. D. C. to the President, with rank of Colonel, and subsequently Brigadier-General C. S. A.
Hon. Lawrence M. KeittSouth CarolinaAfterwards Colonel in the Confederate army.
Hon. Charles G. MemmingerSouth CarolinaAfterwards Secretary of the Treasury.
Hon. Wm. Porcher MilesSouth CarolinaAfterwards member of Confederate Congress.
Hon. R. Barnwell RhettSouth Carolina 
Hon. Thomas J. WithersSouth Carolina 
Hon. John GreggTexasAfterwards Brigadier-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. John HemphillTexas 
Hon. W. B. OchiltreeTexas 
Hon. Williamson S. OldhamTexasAfterwards Confederate Senator from Texas.
Hon. John H. ReaganTexasAfterwards Postmaster-General.
Hon. Thomas N. WaulTexasAfterwards Brigadier-General in the Confederate army.
Hon. Louis T. WigfallTexasAfterwards Brigadier-General in the Confederate army, and Confederate Senator from Texas.

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