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Solomon, G. E. Dabney, J. W. Garlick, James Thomas, Jr; A. F. Harvey, Wm.T. Lindsay, L. W. Seeley, George Minor, T. Binford. Bible Board.Norfolk and Portsmouth.--Thomas Hume, President; John C. Long, 1st Vice President; J. Hendren, 2d Vice President; T. G. Jones, Corresponding Secretary; M. R. Walkinson, Recording Secretary; Thomas D. Toy, Treasurer; J. J. Biggs, Auditor. Other Managers.--Ell Cutterell, B. Thomas, Richard Meads, Wm. H. Morris, Seth March, J. White, O. N. Fetcher, Miles Davis, C. Brinkerhoff, Wm.Wagner. Foreign Mission BoardCharlottesville.--A. B. Brown, President; James Fife, 1st Vice President; Wm.P. Farish, 2d Vice President; B. W. Snead, Corresponding Secretary; James Alexander, Rec. Sec; John T. Randolph, Treasurer; John H. Bibb, Auditor Other Managers.--A. P. Abell. Lewis Sowell, J. E. Massey, Addison Manpin, W. A. Whitescarver, John Simpson, John Hart, Lewis M. Coleman, P. C. Hoge, G. W. Garrett. Domestic Mission Board.Petersburg.--T. G. Keen, P
President Davis' horse. --President Davis' war horse passed through Augusta, Ga. one day last week, on his way to Richmond, Va.,Accompanying the animal was the President's enddle, on the horn of which is a compose, to be used in case the rider should lose his way. President Davis' horse. --President Davis' war horse passed through Augusta, Ga. one day last week, on his way to Richmond, Va.,Accompanying the animal was the President's enddle, on the horn of which is a compose, to be used in case the rider should lose his way.
$5 reward. --Runaway from the subscriber, his hired boy, Sam Davis, brown colored, short, heavy built. He is probably lurking about this city somewhere.--He was hired by me from Mr. Henry Tomkett near Slash Cottage, Hanover county. je 2--3t* Wm. Pfeiffer.
[for the Richmond Dispatch.]a call upon Lincoln. A thrill of rapturous admiration ran through my whole frame when it was announced that President Davis had arrived in Richmond and signified his intention to lead our armies himself to battle. O, men of the North, where is your chieftain? He who with such daring effrontery issued his proclamation of war — that bloody edict at which Heaven and earth stand aghast — in itself as illegal as barbarous, without the sanction of Congress, the Supreme Court of the United States, or any good man in your land — where now, I ask, is his valor? If he have it, let him head the invading column, and defy the glittering steel of Southern patriots. Men of the Republican party, seek him in his chambers of luxury, and drive him from his covert. Better be his blood upon the ground, than in his coward heart. Let no miserable poltroon shelter himself in the home once graced by the dauntless spirits of a Washington and Jackson.--Shades of the d<
Names of Members of the Congress of the Confederate States of America. Alabama. R. W. Walker, Florence, Alabama. R. H. Smith, Mobile, Alabama. J. L. M. Curry, Talladega, Alabama. W. P. Chilton, Montgomery, Alabama. S. F. Hale, Eutaw, Alabama. John Gill Shorter, Eufaula, Alabama. Colin J. McRae, Mobile, Alabama. H. C. Jones, Russellville, Alabama. Nich. Davis, Jr., Huntsville, Alabama. Arkansas. Robert W. Johnson, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Albert Rust, Little Rock, Arkansas. H. F. Thomasson. Van Buren, Arkansas. A. H. Garland, Little Rock, Arkansas. W. W. Watkins, Carrolton, Arkansas. Florida. Jackson Morton, Milton, Florida. G. T. Ward, Tallahassee, Florida. J. B. Owens, Cottage P. O., Florida. Georgia. Robert Toombs, Washington, Georgia. Howell Cobb, Athens, Georgia. Francis S. Bartow, Savannah, Georgia. Martin J. Crawford, Columbus, Georgia. Eugenius A. Nisbet, Macon, Georgia. Benjamin H. Hill, Lagrange, G