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northern teachers were present, he would merely say, that "like old dog Tray they were in very bad company."
This lecture has been the subject of much discussion in the community, inasmuch as the closing remarks of this gentleman would bear a rather threatening construction. The Rev Mr. Wilson, Superintendent of the schools came out with a letter in the "Southern Sentinel" explaining in a most kind and christian like manner the position occupied by the teachers here. This met with a reply from some unknown source still further (in endeavor) weakening their influence. The next issue of that paper contained an able communication over the signature of "Sitrue" in which Mr. Wilson, the teachers, and the object for which they labor is treated in the most kindly and friendly style.
I would say however, that "Sitrue" is the representative in temper and feeling, of but a very small portion of this community, - For your information the several communications marked respectively "A" "B" C" as they appeared in the "Sentinel," are hereto appended.- 
The many cases of outrage and

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