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The Rev. Mr. Taylor, a native of Richmond, and pastor of the Baptist Church at Culpeper Courthouse, is on a visit to our city for a purpose which we are sure will enlist the sympathies, and we trust the active assistance, of that zealous and influential denomination. The church occupied by his congregation, in common with so many buildings in Culpeper, was greatly injured by the war, which left some of its deepest and most melancholy traces in that highway of contending armies. The congregation are engaged in a laudable effort to repair their almost ruined church edifice, and Mr. Taylor desires to secure to his impoverished flock the aid of their brethren here in their pious object. We commend his cause and himself cordially to the public. He is an exemplary and high toned Christian gentleman, and should be warmly seconded in his praiseworthy enterprise:
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