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Lecture on Southern rights. --Rev. Geo. W. Carter, President of Soule University, in Texas, who was announce of recently for a lecture on Southern Rights in this city delivered an address last night, in Petersburg, on the present crisis, to an immense crowed of his former fellow- citizens. Dr. C. was once stationed in that city as a minister, and was highly popular with his congregation.
newed its ravages in our midst. Several children and young people are now lying at the point of death with it, while on Saturday, little Marmaduke, the only son of our much esteemed fellow-citizen, Mr. Wm. Jones, was borne to the grave a victim. The child was very generally and much beloved. On yesterday afternoon a party of young gentlemen started for Magnolia Springs in a hand car, on the Seaboard and Roanoke Railroad; but before they reached their destination, one of them, a Mr. Nacey, from New York, I believe, was thrown from the car and run over. With serious damage to his lower limbs, he had a narrow escape with his life, there being six or eight other persons on the car at the time. But for the fearful storm, I should go to your city to-night to hear Rev. Dr. Carter. --Though young, he is one of the ablest men in the South, and did not get out of Virginia a day too soon, when he left a year or two ago. Still I sing-- "I wish I was in Dixie's land." Ego.