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ouisville Courier (now issued at Nashville) gravely announced that said Council had this day chosen a full delegation to the Confederate Congress, composed as follows: Henry C. Burnett, John Thomas, Thomas L. Burnett, S. H. Ford, Thomas B. Johnson, George W. Ewing, Dr. D. V. White, John M. Elliott, Thomas B. Monroe, George B. Hodge. How it happened that two of these persons--Messrs. Henry C. Burnett and Thomas B. Monroe--were, that same day, sworn in as Senators So announced next morning in The Norfolk Day-Book. from Kentucky at Richmond, it is not easy to understand; but it is of no consequence. They had probably been appointed, several days before, by Governor Johnson. Suffice it that, since then, Kentucky has been regularly represented in the Confederate Congress, though no popular election thereto was ever held on her soil, and no shadow of consent ever given by her to such delegation of power. Of late, her representatives in that Congress have been chosen