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Public speaking. --It was announced at the meeting held at the African Church Friday night, that Rev. Geo. W. Carter, of Texas, would address the citizens of Richmond, on the current political topics, to-night, at that place.
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Majority in Texas. We had the pleasure of an interview, on Saturday, with Rev. Dr. Carter, the able and esteemed President of Soule University, Texas. Dr. Carter has just received reliable letters, which give a majority of from thirty to forty thousand in favor of secession. So much for the Roorback that the popular vote of Texas was against secession. Majority in Texas. We had the pleasure of an interview, on Saturday, with Rev. Dr. Carter, the able and esteemed President of Soule University, Texas. Dr. Carter has just received reliable letters, which give a majority of from thirty to forty thousand in favor of secession. So much for the Roorback that the popular vote of Texas was against secession.