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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. female Collegiate Institute, Murfreesboro', N. C. Murfreesboro', July 4. The commencement exercises of this Institution recurred on Wednesday evening, July 3. The following essays were read: "The thorn is Often Picked for the Rose," Miss Lydia A. Barnes, Hertford county; "Life a Journey." Miss Helena, I. Spiers, Murfreesboro'; "The Golden Key Unlocks Every Door," Miss Rosa D. Stargell, Northampton county; "The Contemplation of Nature Favorable to the Virtues," Miss Mattie E. Long, Hertford, Perqm's county; "Hamiray of True Greatness,"Miss Alice R. Parker, Sussex county, Va.; "The True Pastric," Miss Anne Thompson, Murfreesboro', " A Lave for the Heaudtut, " Miss Alice P. Stancell, Northasapton; " I slept and Dreamed that Life was Beauty, I Woke and Found that it was Duty, " Miss Zenie Lassiter, Murfreesboro'; "Be if Ever so Humble, There's so Flae Like Home, " Miss Mary E. Powell, Perris county, " Suffering the Source and Theatre
Blockade of Tampa Bay. Cedar Keys, July 3. --The steamer R. R. Cuyler is blockading Tampa Bay. Four sailing vessels appeared off here for several days. To-day the steamer Madison, fully armed and manned by two companies stationed here, went out to reconnoiter, and up to 7 o'clock had succeeded in capturing two schooners.--The schooners are now coming in. The steamer has gone in pursuit of the others.