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erian flock at Newbern, has got into bad company. He is an instance of pulpit fanaticism in the South, and ought to go the preacher's regiment. The following is from a late New York paper. " The Rev. T. G. Wall, of North Carolina, and Horace Greeley, will illustrate and force of Loyalty, this evening, at corner of Morton Raleigh (N. C. Progress.) Arth remarks of the on the above announcement in a "New York" paper may lead to misapprehension with out fellow citizens in other denoes of Southern slaveholding gentlemen, is almost a crime in disposing of family negroes. Having in this manner completed his arrangements South, the gentleman took his departure for Lincolndom, and is now flourishing the worthy colleague of Horace Greeley.--Now, that his shadow never may grow less, and that he may always enjoy the company of his present associates in the North, is the prayer of the writer. In conclusion, I have only to add that Mr. Wall was never a member of the Presbyterian