a List of Lots, and parts of Lots, in the City of Richmond, Returned Delinquent for Non-payment of City Taxes, for the year 1860, which said Lots, or parts of Lots, will be sold in front of the City Hall, on the first day of the next February Term of the Hustings Court of the City of Richmond, between the hours of 12 noon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, unless there be previously paid the Taxes thereon, together with twenty per cent, for additional charges:
Names of the Parties Assessed with the Taxes.No.
of Lots.Name of Street.No.
of Feet.Amount Due.
Ambler, P. St. Geo. & W. Marshall, Trustees782K30$20.25
Brown, Susan ½Valley31 ½6.36
Bell, John J3 and 5Valley51 ½1.85
Bowe, Hector, est20 and 80710th335.94
Baker, Martin, estSt.
Conroy, JPoplar22 ·1.01
Crouch, Richard GLester6010.80
Clopton, N. V. and David3d704.94
Clopton, N. VL509.00
Clopton, N. V4th9012.42
Clopton, N. V4th426.44
Clopton, N. VA slip cast of3d and Rav
of Virginia Banks.
Bank of Commerce, Fredericksburg, Jan. 16th, 1861. His Excellency John Letcher, Governor of Virginia: Dear Sir:
I enclose herewith the quarterly comparative statement of the Bank of Commerce, as of the 1st Jan., 1850, and the 1st Jan., 1861, as required by law. Yours, very respectfully, J. M. Herndon, Cashier.
Comparative Statement of the Bank of Commerce, at Fredericksburg, Va., on the 1st day of Jan., 1860, and the 1st day of Jan., 1861:
Premiums paid on Stocks9,900.249,900.24
Notes of other Banks in Virginia2,100.004,680.00
Notes of Banks out of the State920.00150.00
Due by other Banks8,382.2912,739.67
Sate, furniture and Bank fixtures2,000.602,000.00
Interest guaranteed by State unpaid1,135.00240.00