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A Convention of Editors and Proprietors at the newspapers in the Confederate States.

--A call has been made by a large number of the newspapers published in Tennessee and Georgia for a Convention, to be held in Atlanta, Ga., or some other central at an early day, ‘"to make better arrangements for procuring telegraphic news from all points, than exists at present."’ The signers to the card earnestly invite all the journals in the Confederate States, which are interested in this and other matters of the greatest moment to the South, to speak out upon this subject and make arrangements for a full representation of the press on the session.

Upon the subject the Charleston Mercury says:

‘ It is high time for the journals of the South to be making arrangements for a permanent extended, better organized, and, at the same time, more economical news agency.

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