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e imagine, to procure a good company, and if Southern talent is employed, so much the batter; for we have often wondered how it was that the people could applaud a recitation from Shakespeare or Sheridan, uttered in the broad twang of the genuine Yankee. Meanwhile, it cannot be said that we lack for amusement. A company of superior vocalists, from South Carolina, under the management of Mr. G. F. Marchant, (formerly of the Richmond Theatre,) will commence a series of concerts at the African Church within a short time, and we learn that the proceeds are to be given to the Soldiers' Relief Association. This patriotic purpose will doubtless be liberally encouraged. At Metropolitan Hall, also, the company of Wells & Warwick continue to afford pleasant recreation for thronged audiences. As the season advances, we feel assured that sojourners in Richmond will find an abundance of amusement wherewith to relieve the monotony of long evenings and unburden the mind of the weight of care.
To the people of the Congressional District Comprising the counties of Hanover, Henrico, New Kent, Charles City, James City, York, Warwick, Elizabeth City, and the Cities of Richmond and Williamsburg.--Fellow-Citizens: On the first Wednesday in November, as you are aware, there will be an election of members of the House of Representatives in the First Congress of the Confederate States, under the permanent Constitution. I am a candidate for your suffrages. Our Government is too new, and the troubles of the country too engrossing just now, to invite or even justify political dissensions and party divisions. That the free and independent people of the Confederate States will, sooner or later, organize themselves into separate parties, with opposing principles, arising from an inevitable conflict of opinion, neither the teachings of history nor reflection upon causes and consequences will permit us to doubt. But while party spirit, involved in the very essence of our Repub