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Promotion of Brig. Gen. Hoke. Brig. Gen. Hoke, who was in command of the forces that captured Plymouth, has been made a Major General by President Davis. He is a native of North Carolina.
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ted cannot be elected without the use of unlawful and unconstitutional means, which it insinuates that he is apparently ready to use; and that his re-election, with or without such appliances, would be a public calamity. It asserts that the nation is weary of his feebleness and incapacity; charges that he has had no policy, but has been swayed to and fro by interested persons, or by considerations of personal interest in retaining office; draws an unfavorable comparison between him and President Davis; ridicules him as a "jocular President;" pronounces the epithet of "honest old Abe" as a cant, which was "at first amusing," then became ridiculous, and is now absolutely criminal; and calls for the nomination for President, in place of Mr. Lincoln, of "an advanced thinker, a statesman profoundly versed in political and economical science, one who fully comprehends the spirit of the age in which we live." The name of this august coming man is not given, but the fingers which traced
Election of Directors. --At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Traders' Bank of the city of Richmond, held April 21st, John B. Davis was unanimously re-elected President, and the following gentlemen as Directors, for the ensuing year: George W. Smith, W. B. Isaacs, N. M. Lee, John M. West, J. A. Belvin, Henry Stern, R. L. Dickinson, *R. O. Hask us. New Director.
The entire Swine. --On Saturday night some thieves entered the premises of Mr. John Clash, on Brook avenue, near Bacon Quarter Branch, and stole three very fine young hogs. The hogs were butchered in the yard, and yesterday morning there were traces of blood leading in the direction of Glonn & Davis's brickyard.