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Cotton Seed gas. --The Rev. Dr. Porter, of Chelsea, Tenn., has discovered that a superior quality of gas can be made of cotton seed, with the addition of a little rosin. His church and dwelling are lighted with it at a trifling cost.
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A Sepoy captive was so frightened in the India war that actually, under observation, within the space of half an hour, his hair became grey on every portion of his head; it having been, when first seen, of the glossy at black of the Bengali. Lieut. Boggs, formerly of the United States Army, has been appointed by Gov., Brown, Chief of Ordnance for the Republic of Georgia. A. B. Hendren, a Norfolk (Va.) boy, now editor of the Athens (Ala.) Banner, has been elected Mayor of that city. In Hancock county, Va., Geo. McPorter has beaten his uncle, William Porter, for the State Convention, 11 votes.