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Mr. A. A. Stone, of Maryland, connected for years with the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad Company, died in Fredericksburg on Monday last, in the 31st year of his age.

Hon. Jas. A. Seddon, in a card to the voters of the 4th district, declines being a candidate for a seat in the Confederate Congress.

On account of the pressure of the times, the Raleigh (N. C.) Register has reduced its size and otherwise curtaited its expenses.

Mr. John Bethune, Sr., died in the vicinity of Columbus, Ga., on last Friday week. He was 92 years of age.

Wm. Kehoe, an old and highly respected citizen of Memphis, Tenn., died in that city on Thursday, the 17th.

The Holly Springs Herald has suspended, the editor announces, temporarily.

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