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assey, 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, President; Thomas Wallace, 1st Vice President; D. Witt, 2d Vice President; D. G. Potts, Corresponding Secretary; E. B. Branch, Recording Secretary; C. F. Fisher, Treasurer; O. Ellyson, Auditor. Other Managers.--Geo. Bailey, F. H. Robertson, Bernard Todd, Wm. Drummond, Ira C. Schoolfield. Dr. J. N. Schoolfield, J. M. Butter, A. B. Garland, E. D. Merritt, David Steel. On motion of Rev. A. M. Poindexter, it was Resolved, That it be earnestly recommended to all Baptist Churches throughout the State to meet every Lord's day, to pray for the Divine blessing on the Confederate States of American during the impending struggle for independence. On motion of Rev. C. Tyree, it was Resolved, That the limited supply of Testaments and tracts now in the Baptist Depository at Richmond makes it most important that our Chur
ortress Monroe on the land side. As the mails between this city and Alexandria can now be conveyed safely, the Post-Office Department excepts route No. 4,240, Samuel M. Garwood contractor, from the general order of discontinuance issued a few days since. I hear in high Republican authorities that the White House is pretty nearly accessible to-day, and therefore it is supposed that important matters are under consideration. It is said that Gov.Letcher has called upon the President to withdraw the Federal troops from Virginia at short notice. The relatives of Gen. Garland, U. S. Army, have intelligence of his very dangerous illness at New York. The city is gloomed by the reports that Judge Douglas is in extremis. A fire occurred this morning at the residence of Mr. Mclntyre, Patent Agent, on E. between 1st and 2d streets. Mr. McIntyre had a very narrow escape. The house was destroyed, except the walls. The fire was accidental. Part insurance had been effected.
. Yerby, L. B. Nottingham, M. W. Fisher. Northumberland — S. F. Rice, F. Downing, S. A. M Leland Nottoway — T. H. Eppes, T. H. Campbell, A. B. Miller. Ohio — G. A. Craycraft, Jno. B. Wilson, Isaac Burkham. Orange — Joseph Hiden, Wilson Newman, L. B. Williams, Sr. Page — Mann Almond, John McPherson, Gabriel Jordan. Patrick — S. G. Staples, John W. Shelton, D. A. Robertson. Pendleton — Wm. McCoy, Sr. James Boggs, Benjamin Biner. Petersburg — Thomas Wallace, J. M. Donnan, A. B. Garland. Pittsylvania — George Townes, James M. Whittle, Wm. H. Wooding. Pleasants — Alexander Creed, Joseph Hubbs, R. Browne. Pocahontas — James T. Lockridge, Wm. S. Keen, A. Nottingham. Portsmouth--Dr. R. A. Smith, Samuel. Watts, J. Mardaugh. Powhatan — Wm. W. Mosby, B. W. Finney, Charles Seldon. Preston — Gustavus Cresap, Buckner Fairfax, Jonathan Huddleston. Princess Anna--John H. Dey, H. B. Woodhouse, W. S. Way. Prince Edward--A Dickinson, B. J. Worsham