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Hon. Roger A. Pryor left Montgomery last Saturday evening, for Virginia. He has received a commission as Colonel in the Confederate Army.
From Montgomery. Montgomery, April 19. --Roger A. Pryor has been appointed Colonel in the Army. Gen. Henningsen will probably be appointed Lieut. Colonel under him. Pryor leaves to-night for Virginia to organize a regiment. Appointments in the Army are being made rapidly, but the list of the War Department is not classPryor leaves to-night for Virginia to organize a regiment. Appointments in the Army are being made rapidly, but the list of the War Department is not classified. W. F. Gordon has arrived from Virginia with the Ordinance of Secession, which he presented to the President and Vice-President of the Confederate States. He left last night for Richmond. Adams' Express Company has refused to take valuable packages outside of the Confederate States. There is great excitement in consequence of the news from Baltimore. Pryor is speaking to a large crowd in front of the Exchange Hotel. Above $8,000,000 of the Confederate loan has been taken. I am informed that an attack on Fort Pickens is momentarily expected. There is a rumor in the city that the commander of Fort Pickens has demanded the evacuation o