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A Trip South. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Augusta, Ga., June 13, 1863. Since my last I have been rambling a little more in the Palmetto State, and have spent a few days in Georgia, well deserving to be called the Empire State of the South. I was delighted with Anderson and Greenville, in the upper part of South Carolina. They are truly towns of groves and flowers. The latter specially, commanding a view of the distant mountains, and with a river dashing over its rocky bed across the principal streets, struck me as unusually romantic in its situation. But Greenville is interesting to many of your readers as the seat of the recently established "Theological Seminary," under the auspices of the Baptist denomination, of which Doctors Manly and Broadus, from Virginia, are Professors. This institution is not now in session, most of the former students being in one way or another connected with the army. Although an effort was made to induce Congress to exce