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tual support. Resolved, That the State Legislature be respectfully requested to convene the people of this State in convention, for the purpose of securing an expression, of public sentiment upon the new and startling issues which a few weeks have so rapidly evolved, and the Chair is directed to appoint a committee of five gentlemen to present these resolutions and this request to the Legislature. The standing Army of South Carolina--Message of Gov. Pickens. Executive Office, Jan. 7, 1861. To the members of the Senate and House of Representatives: The Convention has passed resolutions authorizing the Governor to raise two regiments of enlisted men--one regiment for a service of twelve months, and the other of six months. --Under these resolutions, I have commissioned officers from first lieutenant down to third lieutenant, and in one instance I have commissioned a captain to raise immediately an artillery company. To make it as little expensive as possible to the Sta
511,344.54 due by Directors$16,075.00 Dealings in Exchange: amount purchased$120,847.00 amount sold178,410.88 premium realized$681.17 Denominations of Notes: $5's.10's.20's50's.100's Issued$13,00026,00012,00015,00030,000 On hand5,0153,0104,3005,00010,700 In circulation$7,98522,9907,70010,00019,300 We, the undersigned, have examined the foregoing statement of the condition of said Bank, and hereby certify the same to be correct. Hector Davis, President. John B. Davis. Geo. W. Smith. J. Thompson Brown, Chas. E. Whitlock, Franklin Stearns. Virginia.--City of Richmond, to wit: This day, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, in my corporation aforesaid, Edward Sinton, Cashier of the Traders' Bank of the City of Richmond, and made oath that the foregoing statement of the condition of the said Bank is correct, to the best of his knowledge and belief. Given under my hand this 7th day of Jan., 1861. T. B. Starke, N. P.