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Governor Brown's message. --The message of Gov. Brown, of Georgia, of which a very full telegraphic abstract has been published, does not seem to take well in his own State. The Savannah RepublGov. Brown, of Georgia, of which a very full telegraphic abstract has been published, does not seem to take well in his own State. The Savannah Republican says: It is just forty-nine and a half pages in length including the appendix, and we venture the assertion that nothing has appeared in the Confederate States convey such true joy to the orning papers. The expression of utter condemnation was universal.--The staunchest friends of Gov. Brown did not hesitate to pronounce it as a most untimely and pernicious document. Even the Morning News, which is accustomed to regard Gov. Brown as infallible, and has sustained him in all his vagaries and maladministration, is "startled" by what it considers an "extraordinary" message, which, ifble and disheartening to the Southern patriot as it would be encouraging to our enemies." Gov. Brown, emboldened by past success, has evidently made one experiment too many on the popular creduli
Arrest of Dissolute Characters. --Officer Perrin yesterday arrested three bright mulatto women, named Anna Edwards alias Finn, and Eila and Sarah Brown — the first for using abusive and threatening language towards Jas. B. Smith, the latter two charged with being Culpeper negroes without proper passes. These women were captured some months since by our pickets in the neighborhood of Cedar Run, across the Rapid Ann, and were after arriving in Richmond committed to Castle Thunder. Upon being arraigned for examination, no charges, were preferred against them, whereupon they were discharged. On regaining their liberty they rented a shanty in Exchange alley, and have ever since been keeping one of the most disreputable houses in the city. When arrested yesterday they appeared very indignant, claimed to be white, and stated to the officers that there were government officials here who would see that they were not imposed on, and also asserted that ever since they had been turned o