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The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1861.., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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Convention of Banks. --The following resolution was unanimously adopted by the Bank Convention, held at Atlanta, Georgia, on the 3d instant: Resolved, That when this Convention adjourns, it adjourn to meet again on the 24th instant, at Richmond, Va., and do invite all Banks within the Confederacy who have not been represented here, to send delegates to their next meeting. In accordance with the above resolution the Convention will meet at Richmond, Va., on the 24th inst., James -The following resolution was unanimously adopted by the Bank Convention, held at Atlanta, Georgia, on the 3d instant: Resolved, That when this Convention adjourns, it adjourn to meet again on the 24th instant, at Richmond, Va., and do invite all Banks within the Confederacy who have not been represented here, to send delegates to their next meeting. In accordance with the above resolution the Convention will meet at Richmond, Va., on the 24th inst., James S. Gibbes, Secretary.
The Daily Dispatch: July 22, 1861.., [Electronic resource], Didn't know what a Barbette gun was. (search)
Didn't know what a Barbette gun was. --"Union-Slide Banks, one of the Major Generals, the Ohio Watchman says, did not know when appointed to that office what a barbette gun was. He inquired of Gen. Prentiss, of Columbus, in that State, who happened to be at Washington at the time-- "General, what is a barbette gun? I don't know." The General ought to have informed him that it was an invention to slide the Union asunder.
ville, have given aid to the enemy in every way in which their influence could be exerted or their funds be employed, and have displayed hostility to the constituted authorities of the Commonwealth of Virginia by disloyalty, and by recognizing the existence of a Government unacknowledged by our Constitution of laws: Therefore. I, John Letcher, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do by virtue of authority vested in the Executive, hereby prohibit the bills or notes of either of said Banks, except those of the Branch of the North-Western Bank at Jeffersonville in Tazewell County, from being received in payment of any money due to the State of Virginia. The collecting officers throughout the Commonwealth are required to take notice of this prohibition. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, State of Virginia this 18th day of July, 1861, and in the eighty sixth year of the Commonwealth John Letcher. By order of the Governor: