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alker Brook and J. T. Harrison. From South Carolina.--L. M. Keitt, C. G. Memminger and W. W. Boyce. From Texas--Louis T. Wigfall, John H. Reagan, John Hemphill, T. N. Naul and W. B. Ochiltree. From Virginia.--J. W. Brockenbrough and Walter R. Staples. On motion of Mr. Brockenbrough, the following named newly appointed delegates from Virginia came forward, presented their credentials, and took the oath of office: James A. Seddon, Wm. Ballard Preston. Wm H. McFarland, Charles W. Russell and Robert Johnson. Mr. Toombs.--I believe the members elect from the State of North Carolina, whose credentials have been filed are present. The President.--They will please come forward and take the oath of office. Accordingly the following named gentlemen, members elect from North Carolina, came forward and were sworn in — George Davis, W. W. Avery. W. N. H. Smith, A. W. Venable, J. M. Morehead, R. C. Puryear, and E. A. Davidson. Mr. Perkins, of Louisiana.--As th
Russell's Remance of New Orleans.[from the Charleston Courier.] Inquiries and investigations concerning Dr. Russell's (correspondent of the London Times) statements of violence and imprisonment in New Orleans, compel the conclusion that he designedly conveyed a false impression, grossly unjust to the city and the cause of theDr. Russell's (correspondent of the London Times) statements of violence and imprisonment in New Orleans, compel the conclusion that he designedly conveyed a false impression, grossly unjust to the city and the cause of the South. He was false not so much in alleged facts themselves, but in his statements and inferences and enlarged conclusions, just as he was grossly false in jumping to the conclusion that South Carolina desired a monarchy. The following is the concluding letter of the correspondence that has passed between Gov. Moore, of Loui of the dispatch sent by you to your Government. The British people and their Sovereign will learn therefrom how much credence to attach to the declarations of Dr. Russell, and will perceive that even in so important and interesting a subject as that of the enlistment of foreigners, he has applied for information to sources less r