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Bragg locio, and illustrated his position by reference to David and other ancient heroes, and to the late Gen. Havelock, the Christian British Captain, and to the pious and accomplished Gen. Lee, of our own State to whom (in common with others) the men and women of this land are so willingly confiding their liberties and lives. Dr. H. S. Forwood, of the same regiment, Vice President of the New Orleans Y. M. C. Association, then excused himself from speaking, on account of indisposition. Rev. Chas, H. Read, D. D., of Richmond, made a few remarks, referring pleasantly to a recent visit to New Orleans.--The President, Mr. Burress, and Dr. Gwathrey then related touching incidents of camp lite and the battle at Bethel. The merciful Providence which had seemed to foil our enemies and give us the victories, was devoutly acknowledged in prayer, after which the Association adjourned, having enjoyed a most pleasant session. The following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing