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The Confederated States ofNorth America.Sketches of the Executive officers — Strength and wealth of the Republic — the Provisional capital, #x38;c. A sketch of the prominent man who is to share in North America the honors of the Presidential cNorth America the honors of the Presidential chair with Abraham Lincoln for the next four years, is at the present moment especially apropos. Hon. Jeff. Davis, President. Few men have led a life more filled with stirring or eventful incidents than Jefferson Davis. A native of Kentucky,of formation. It is sufficient to say that this day a new Republic has been formed. The "Confederate States of North America" have been ushered into existence, and take their place among the nations of the earth. [Cheers.] Under a temporary , three cheers were given for "Hon. A. H. Stephens, of Georgia, the first Vice President of the Confederate States of North America." The Provisional capital of the New Confederacy. The city of Montgomery, the capital of Alabama, has assumed