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e rotten, old sinking Union as rates from a burning ship? Your merchants and four people generally will do well to think of these things before they determine in Convention to remain with a people who despise her. The election of Davis and Stephens gives entire satisfaction to our citizens, and as far as I have heard, to the entire South. Mr. Davis is a statesman of no small ability, as you and the nation know, a great Captain, and above all, an honest and upright man.-- Mr. Stephens is wMr. Stephens is what may be called a great man, a wise counsellor, a self-made man, (if any one can be said to be self-made, which I think bad theology,) and whose character is totally without spot or blemish. The government will be, beyond doubt, made up of the best material, and will be energetic and patriotic. You may have seen in the New York Herald, a card, signed by "Capt. J. C., " who imposes himself off as a Captain lately excluded from our school-ship, and who undertakes to give the condition of o
The Confederated Congress. Montgomery,Feb. 13.--Vice-President Stephens presented a model flag and the model of a device for the seal of the Confederacy. Referred. Mr. Brooks offered a resolution that the Committee, in selecting a flag and seal, be instructed to adopt and report a flag as similar as possible to the flag of the United States, making only such changes as may be necessary to distinguish easily one from the other, and adopt an arrangement by which the stripes shall number in the course of which, referring to the "Stars and Stripes," he said that flag is an idol of the heart, around which cluster memories of the past which time cannot efface or cause to grow dim. Mr. Miles opposed the resolution. He said he had regarded from his youth the Stars and Stripes as an emblem of oppression and tyranny. The debate grew interesting, and, at the suggestion of Mr. Stephens, Mr. Brooks withdrew his motion. Congress then immediately went into secret session.