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On Thursday morning last the Southern Female College of Lagrauge, Ga., was burnt, with all the edifices connected with it. It had been used for some time as a hospital. All the bedding, furniture, and things of value were saved.

One hundred and thirty bales of Government cotton were burned in Savannah on Monday morning. Estimated loss, $40,000.

The death of Captain Joseph Bryan, a well-known citizen of Savannah, is announced in the papers of that city.

At the late municipal election in Atlanta James M. Calhoun was re-elected Mayor.

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