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hern Confederacy would not be worth living in. Rev. Mr. Mainly's address was listened to with great attention by the whole audience. Rev. Mr. Dickenson and Dr. Burrows followed, with short, piquant speeches, when she audience was appealed to for contributions. Ten persons soon gave $100 each, several $50, and a large collectiot here, and all our soldiers in the army, should have an opportunity of reading that report. Dr. Jeter made a few remarks and the report was adopted: Dr. Burrows offered the following resolution: Resolved, That the Sunday School and Publication Board be instructed to inquire into the expediency, in connection with g Bibles, books, tracts, and any other appliances that may aid the general welfare of such Board, and, if deemed expedient, to make arrangements therefore. Dr. Burrows made a verbal report respecting the Education and Bible Board. Nothing had been done-- the young men were all in the army, and the colleges were all closed.