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ispatched as invited guests to partake of the sumptuous repast to be prepared, and, should they arrive in time, their appearance will undoubtedly faciltate, if not mar, the promised pleasure of those who may be compelled to take a "hasty plate of soup." Texas items. From the compilation of Texas news in the Houston Telegraph, of the 20th ult., we take the following items: The Seguin Confederacy says that at the late term of the district court in that county, Jack, a slave of A. Ward, of Guadalupe county, who had been convicted of murder a year ago, was sentenced to be hung on Friday, the 13th of December. The Confederacy has the following nut for Abolitionists: "The case of Charity, a free negro, and her five children, who had petitioned the court to enter voluntary slavery for life, was also disposed of, and our fellow-townsman, Geo. B. Hollamon, became the lucky recipient and owner of six as likely slaves as could be found in any country. Another strong