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HE ufidersined-has commenced, in the
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.U presefits to its, readers selections from
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obes, which, havip alieady received the
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ot ii htoha Progress of the age. Arrang
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from our best writers, in'all departments,
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ative Qeld for its exercise. They -will not,
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courage, by reproduction in its columns,
that c[ass of compositions which create a
vivid and unhealthy taste, to be stated only
by that hybrid literature which Yankee in
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F-OR HE ItPIOM'
A New Paper in RIlchuond.
TlEg undersigned propope to publish a
Daily Paper, under the title of "The
Richmond Herald," on or about the 156th
of January ult.
It will be entiely Independent in politics,
but will nevertholess'accord to the Admin
fatration a just support In all measures
which, I the opinion of Its donductors,
may be deemed promotive of tho good of
the cause in which we aro engaged. A
proper criticism of such acts as will be
deoned adverse to this object, will be, of
course, consistant with the indepen4ent
character under which the paper is to be
In the matter of General News it will bo
found to keep pho with the leading jour
nals ot the day, while it will have added to
it, in the matter of financial intelligence a
feature such as, we venture to say, no pa,
per in the Confederacy can boast of. Edt-,
torials from the pen of one of the ablest
financial writers in this or any other coun.
try will be presented in each number.
For reasons not now proper to be men.
lioned, we forbear to give the names of
those who shall compose the regular edito
rial staff ; but we flatter ourselves tltat
when they shall appear, they will be fouhd'
to constitute such an array of talent as can
tLot be excelled on this continent.
The well known character of the indivi
dupl whose name appears below, as a ste
nographic reporter, furnishes, we presume,
'guatan tee that, in all that relatds to im
gortant political speeches and debates.
*hether in legislative assemblies or out of
thef,ilhe "Iferald" will present advanta.
es certainly not to be excelled by any pa.
I or In the Confederacy.
The farming Interests will be faithfully
sindioated, and care taken to disseminate
thie earliest Intelligence which a proper re
'ard for the welfare of that great element
of national wealth and, power shull demand.
' In the matter .of correct commercial In
lelligenee, equal zeal shall be manifested,
our ode.ot being to assign to each of these
depq.knqnts an editor of known exporience
\ Arrangements are on foot by which to
secare the earliet foreign news, and the
poper will contain such editorial talent as
will fully elucidate the bearing of for'eign
Miploomacy upon Southern interests.
1In short, "The Richmond Herald" will
bh fooud-toombino every feature of inter
esti wkloh the requirements of the present
4'ebrprise Is respectfully commend
It athevftvor and patronage of the citi
stns 6f the Southern Con d
fob 18'65 Ti hmoadJ ye,
fluttew ats ry liessess .
r H IS%ng IU4 li'hed and well-knowit
4.ourei ol RMe'turo havlug been wrh.
nly pu '46 subscribers, will. In
ture, be con d eiclusively under their
n ol. ift ,dertments, both busi.
q essenger will be un.
J , snan &- tirely new re
me, , hPO# rs - 1 anguine of
N e Mr., friends and the
blo pssupport worthy of
$$o~ t tepise, lookin to the ad
4 Ce Ut a 4 t literary Interest of
Argt AId Ibohalf of the im
~lteraturt to our
806tilof whioll has hitherto
4 u or~ohogrqaohes among the
elder n ,e and ovounnow militates against
our lut&6 a btoad; neoA-tot, he addressed
'4 those ihrm this ciraularfid designed to
to EW Adinment of this great end,
it aginlle & neegssr thb make ver
m 0 h pu o F Bym in Pit 3 rage,
T114 Adsof o olm ature
It ftber tht6orts of id@M an-to
Ure fat us w Posn in world
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