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ginia. Both pocket maps; by Husted & Henning, of this city. Cooper's Cavalry Tactics; including manual for Colt's revolver, and Maury's skirmish drill for mounted troops. Richmond: J. W. Randolph. A Manual of Military Surgery; or hints on the emergency of field, camp and hospital practice; by S. D. Gross, M. D. Augusta (Georgia) Chronicle and Sentinel office. Gillham's School of the Soldier, and school of the company, for infantry and rifle drill, Augusta, Georgia Bryan & Thompson. These are all small and convenient editions; for sale by J. W. Randolph. Manual of Instruction for the Volunteers and Militia of the Confederate States; by Colonel William Gillham, Instructor of Tactics in the Virginia Military Institute. Richmond: West & Johnston publishers. This book stands very high amongst military men. In noticing it we are gratified in being able to pronounce the printing of it as excellent — indeed, unsurpassable for a work of the kind. It is highly
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County meeting at Savannah — acknowledgment to Virginia. At a meeting of the citizens of Savannah and Chatham county, Ga., held in the city of Savannah, on the 19th inst., an acknowledgment of gratitude to Virginia was made part of the proceedings, and the following resolutions, introduced by Thomas H. Harden, Esq., and seconded by W. T. Thompson, Esq., were unanimously adopted: The present being the first occasion since the commencement of hostilities on which the citizens of Savannah and Chatham county have assembled in public meeting, we avail ourselves of the opportunity to give expression to our views and opinions of public affairs. We are in the midst of war — a war as unnatural as it is unchristian — a war for our subjugation — forced upon us by the vicious and corrupt Government at Washington. Striving for more than thirty years to maintain the inheritance of civil and religious liberty bequeathed us by our noble ancestors of the Revolution, and sacrific