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[479] VirginiaFrancis T. Nichols, President; John H. Murray, Louis Prados, John J. Fitzpatrick, John W. T. Leech. Treasurer, John H. Murray. Army of Tennessee—J. A. Chalaron, John Augustin, A. J. Lewis, W. H. Rogers, R. Lambert. A. J. Lewis, Secretary.

We need scarcely add that under such management the success of the ‘Home’ is already an assured fact. All honor to our Louisiana Confederates!

renewals are always in order, and very much so just at this time. We have on our books a number of names whose time is out, and we need just now their renewal fees. We shall send them a gentle hint, to which we hope they will respond by sending us the $3. And we beg our friends not only to send us their own renewals, but to see to it that their neighbors do the same.

Our present subscription list would amply meet our current expenses— provided they will promptly pay up—but our list ought to be greatly enlarged, and we appeal to each one of our subscribers to try and send us a new name.

the re-Union of Missouri Confederates at Jefferson City must have been a grand affair, and we deeply regretted our inability to fulfill our purpose of being present. General Fitzhugh Lee was also prevented by circumstances over which he had no control, from filling his engagement to speak on the occasion; but they were fortunate in securing as orator General G. W. Gordon, of Tennessee.

General George D. Johnston, after his successful canvass in Texas, is resting for a season at his home in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

The Executive Committee have passed resolutions thanking General Johnston ‘for the ability, energy and skill with which he has made his very successful canvass for the Society,’ and asking him to continue his good work. It is earnestly hoped that he may soon be in the field again.

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