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Twenty dollars reward. Ran away from the farm at Bermuda Hundreds, about the middle of February, Lea, a servant man, about thirty years old. He is a bright mulatto, very stout and tall.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension, if out of the county, or ten dollars if taken in the county, and delivered to the Overseer at the Ampthili Farm, or at Bermuda Hundreds. H. Carrington Watkins, Chesterfield, March 18, '61. For the Executor. mh 19--datawaw&swlf
Extra session of the U. S. Senate. Washington, March 18. --The Douglas resolutions were up, and were advocated by Mr. Breckinridge, and opposed by Mr. Hale. Mr. Breckinridge in his speech said that the President, in his Inaugural, uses general terms of conciliation; but it becomes us to enquire what kind of peace are we to have, and on what terms it can be maintained. He feared the policy which the President seems proper to pursue must result in bloodshed. He read from the inaugural to show that Lincoln will hold the forts and other property in the Confederate States, &c., to the full extent of his power. A modification of this policy would occur only from inability to execute it. The Administration should address themselves to the issue. The only mode on earth to avoid a collision is for them, with or without the advice and consent of the Senate, to remove all troops from within the borders of the Confederate States. It would be a bold act, but one of a patriot an
Vessel ashore β€” affairs in Norfolk. Norfolk, March 18. --A ship and brig are reported ashore off Cape Henry, and three schooners on Currituck beach. The U. S. steamer Anacosta arrived Sunday from Washington Navy-Yard. Snow commenced falling here early this morning, and has continued all day.
Affairs at Montgomery. Montgomery, Ala., March 18. --The tariff bill reported last week, but which was not passed into a law, will be up for action when Congress again meets. The Commissioners to Europe, Hon. Wm. L. Yancey, A. Dudley Mann, P. A. Roste, of La., will leave for New Orleans, taking an English steamer at Havana for Southampton, on the 27th.
From Charleston. Charleston, S. C., March 18. --The Courier of to-day learns, from a dispatch received from Washington by a mercantile house there, that the proper officers at the Custom House had notified merchants that ships from seceded States would be admitted on the same footing as those carrying the Federal flag.
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], The points in the Constitution of the Confederate States. (search)
Newspaper destroyed. Goldsboro N. C., March 18. --The office of the "Rough Notes" was broken into and the type destroyed last night.
Resumption of specie payment. Philadelphia, March 18. --The Banks of this city resumed specie payment to-day.
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Massachusetts personal Liberty bill. (search)
Northern Markets. Baltimore, March 18. --Flour dull β€” sales of Howard and Ohio at $5 12, City Mills $5. Wheat buoyant-- Red $1 25@$1 28, white $1 45@$1 7c β€” Corn active --mixed 53@60. Provisions dull. Coffee firm at 12 ΒΌ@13. Whiskey dull at 17