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the annual meeting of the Southern Historical Society will be held in the State Capitol, at Richmond, on Wednesday October, 31st at 8 o'clock P. M. Father Ryan has promised to deliver the address on the occasion, and an interesting time may be expected.

the Virginia division Army of Northern Virginia Association will hold its annual reunion in Richmond on the night of November the 1st, 1883. General A. M. Scales of North Carolina, will deliver the address-his subject being ‘The Battle of Fredericksburg’—and> the well known character of this gallant soldier and accomplished gentleman gives assurance that we shall have something of real interest and historic value. After the address comes the banquet, at which there will be speeches and a good time generally.

renewals would be doubly acceptable just now because we cannot reasonably look for many new subscribers until December. We need the money due us, and we beg again that our friends will save themselves and us further trouble by remitting at once. And your own remittance will be all the more acceptable if you will induce others to remit along with you. We hope that none of our present subscribers will consent to allow their names to be stricken from our rolls; but, if from any cause, they do not propose to renew, then let them notify us to that effect, and be sure to return any Papers they have received to which they are not entitled.

Colonel H. D. Capers is not now an Agent of the Southern Historical Society, and has not been since May last, and we are in no way responsible for his acts. We deeply regret being forced to make this statement, and hope that we will not be put to the necessity of making it more explicit.

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