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General Seymour presided at the first great meeting in Florida for the reconstruction of the State. It must be confessed that the adjournment was rather precipitate and not very orderly--Louisville Journal.

The obituary of Hon. David M. Curria, representing the 11th district of Tennessee in the Confederate Congress, is published. His death is said to have occurred in Fluvanna county, Va.

We see if stated in an article upon the Copts and Picts, that the Picts have four more teeth than other people. They must surely be tooth Picts.

A young woman named Virginia White, said to have been very beautiful, committed suicide in Mobile a few nights since. No cause given.

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