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The Daily Dispatch: November 23, 1860., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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stocks authorized to be used as Capital312,402.86335,402.86 Real Estate8,428.205,424.70 Coin46,218.7342,622.04 circulation230,272.00204,800.00 notes of other Banks8,652.003,691.00 Deposits46,469.31107,080.70 Discounts323,459.31376,358.18 Loans to Directors18,500.0010,050.00 Debts due to Banks4,827.9125,064.20 Debts due fBanks4,827.9125,064.20 Debts due from Banks18,565.6615,406.48 bad Debts0000 Doubtful Debts (in suit)5,871.354,156.51 Exchanges — bought171,902.13171,416.52 sold167,383.02167,156.99 dividends13,209.0015,622.50 contingent Fund27,312.3227,462.32 circulation — Denomination of notes: Fives$42,875.0049,010.00 Tens102,180.00110,810.00 Twenties103,820.001Banks18,565.6615,406.48 bad Debts0000 Doubtful Debts (in suit)5,871.354,156.51 Exchanges — bought171,902.13171,416.52 sold167,383.02167,156.99 dividends13,209.0015,622.50 contingent Fund27,312.3227,462.32 circulation — Denomination of notes: Fives$42,875.0049,010.00 Tens102,180.00110,810.00 Twenties103,820.00111,440.00 Fifties10,300.0012,500.00 One Hundreds19,300.0022,400.00 Odds10,370.002,410.00 $288,848.00$308,370.00 On hand58,576.00103,570.00 $230,272.00$204,400.00 C. R. Slaughter, Henry O. Schofield, Jos. H. Wilson, Martin Hollins, John Clark, J. V. Knight, Samuel McCORKLE, Geo. M. Rucker,
Condition of Virginia Banks Bank of Rockingham, Harrisonburg, Va., Feb. 6th, 1861. To Hon, John Letcher, Governor of Virginia: Dear Sir Enclosed you will please find a statement of the condition of this Bank on the 1st of January, 1861, and 1860. Your obed't serv't. C. C. Strayer, Cashier. Condition of t 00 Premium Account11,356 8011,476 80 Permanent Expenses1,428 082,392 71 Real Estate3,266 473,266 67 Outstanding Debt126,721 73128,818 76 Amo't due from other Banks and Bankers21,071 1813,192 25 Notes of other Virg'a Banks9,858 0011,744 00 Foreign Bank Notes495 00475 00 City of Wheeling Coupons.1,800 003,#00 00 Interest duFund17,000 0016,000 00 Dividends Unpaid184 0000 00 Discount and Interest10,445 5510,923 08 Deposits45,039 2041,304 07 Exchange140 93772 01 Amount due to other Banks and Bankers9,880 6915,837 51 Bills Payable00 0015,000 00 $463,701 38$470,711 67 We, the undersigned, members of the Directory of the Bank of Rockingham, bel
The Legislature. A number of bills were reported in the Senate yesterday-among them bills for the appointment of a public administrator in each county and city in the State; legalizing proceedings on Sunday in certain cases; and sundry acts of incorporation for Banks. A resolution was offered for repealing so much of the law as imposes penalties upon Sheriffs for failing to pay into the Treasury moneys received by them for the State. A number of local bills were passed — among them, one increasing the number of basement Clerks in the Capitol. The House bill for the relief of the Banks was called up and discussed, and certain amendments being offered, it was made the order for to-day. The House passed several Senate bills, and the following were reported from committees of that body: Incorporating the Staunton Armory and Ordnance Company, and a company to construct a Railroad between Washington and Alexandria; also, Senate bill staying proceedings under trust deeds, in ce
Condition of Virginia Banks. Bank of the Valley in Virginia,Winchester, Feb. 7, 1861. To H,January 1, 1861. Specie$397,101.41 notes of Banks incorp'd by the State64,598.57 notes of BanksBanks incorporated elsewhere11,544.80 due from other Banks479,989.62 notes Discounted1,623,071.72 inlBanks479,989.62 notes Discounted1,623,071.72 inland bills Discounted477,067.52 Virginia Treasury notes5,400.00 Bond Account30,112.06 Stock purchnotes in Circulation1,228,039.50 due to other Banks298,322.38 Profit and loss and Surplus Fund183here may probably be due at the Mother Bank to Banks and Depositors about $30,000 for omissions on hes,Jan. 1, 1861. Specie$319,180.63 Notes of Banks incorporated by the State33,161.92 Notes of BBanks incorporated elsewhere41,461.39 Due from other Banks296,000.71 Notes discounted1,692,805.66 Banks296,000.71 Notes discounted1,692,805.66 Inland bills discounted408,124.81 Bond account29,212.06 Virginia State Stock5,400.00 Real Estathere may probably be due at the Mother Bank to Banks and depositors about $30,000 for omissions on [1 more...]
The Daily Dispatch: March 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], The intended evacuation of Fort Sumter. (search)
alaries14,583 549,602 9 Rents623 3200 due by Banks332,811 68312,987 15 Notes of other Banks and Banks and Checks81,531 5486,773 65 Notes of Virginia Banks8,408 0000 Coin282,390 54325,197 4 $1,699,003 80Virginia Banks8,408 0000 Coin282,390 54325,197 4 $1,699,003 80$1,651,714 36 Capital Stock861,400 30786,200 00 Circulation1,161,277 001,384,265 00 Dividends2,126,978 31 deposits417,331 96368,689 40 due to Banks, including the Branches142,084 8058,804 70 $$ Circulation1,834,253 00 Nov. 1, Notes of Virginia Banks12,890 00 Dec. 1, Notes of Virginia Banks1Virginia Banks14,133 00 Jan. 1, Notes of Virginia Banks8,408 00 Nov. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks96,086 23 Virginia Banks8,408 00 Nov. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks96,086 23 Dec. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks101,985 25 Jan. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks81,531 54Banks and Checks96,086 23 Dec. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks101,985 25 Jan. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks81,531 54 Exchange bought and sold from par to 1 per cent gain2,938 66 Contingent Fund46,545 92 Deposits4Banks and Checks101,985 25 Jan. 1, Notes of other Banks and Checks81,531 54 Exchange bought and sold from par to 1 per cent gain2,938 66 Contingent Fund46,545 92 Deposits417,381 06 Nov. 1, Loan to Directors17,525 00 Dec. 1, Loan to Directors19,000 00 Jan. 1, Loan to Banks and Checks81,531 54 Exchange bought and sold from par to 1 per cent gain2,938 66 Contingent Fund46,545 92 Deposits417,381 06 Nov. 1, Loan to Directors17,525 00 Dec. 1, Loan to Directors19,000 00 Jan. 1, Loan to Directors21,075 00 Aggregate debt due by the Bank1,720,692 86 Aggregate debt due to the Bank2,685
s indefinite postponement. The House refused so to do, and, the vote being taken, the bill passed. Covington and Ohio Railroad.--On motion of Mr. Chapman, the rules were suspended, and the House took up and considered the bill for the partial suspension of the sale of State bonds, and to provide for complying with contracts already made upon the Covington and Ohio Railroad, which, being on its second reading, was made the order of the day for to-morrow at 12 o'clock. Re-chartering Banks.--On motion of Mr. Seddon, the house took up the bill to extend the charter of the Bank of Virginia for twenty years. Being on its third reading, it was passed. Similar bills were passed in reference to the Farmers' Bank, Bank of the Valley, Exchange Bank of Virginia, Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling, and others. On motion of Mr. Haymond, House bill extending the charter of the Central Bank of Virginia was taken up, read a second time, and order
The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Standing armies and navies of the world (search)
The Legislature. The Senate yesterday disagreed to the first House amendment to Senate bill establishing a Southern Express Company, and agreed to the second. A bill was reported authorizing the Governor to pardon and restore to his owner a condemned slave, and for the sale of a portion of the Armory grounds, to provide quarters for the Public Guard and a depot for arms. The tax bill was amended and debated, and finally laid on the table. The House passed bills authorizing the State Treasurer to destroy certain Bank notes; rechartering certain Banks; two acts of incorporation; and the bill for increasing and rearranging the Division and Brigade Districts of the State. The bill concerning the Covington and Ohio Railroad was made the order for to-day at 12 o'clock. A resolution was adopted for final adjournment on the first of April, with the consent of the Senate.
The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Standing armies and navies of the world (search)
Condition of Virginia Banks. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, Va. Feb. 27, 1861. His Excellency John Letcher: I here with enclose the quarterly return of this Bank and Branches. Very resp'y, yours, J. C. Campbell, President.
Real Estate145,869 92128,735 42 notes of Virginia Banks60,510 0029,407 00 notes of other Banks, CBanks, Checks, &c31,939 4338,350 82 due by other Banks and Bankers102,321 2184,571 22 coin162,216 09143,8Banks and Bankers102,321 2184,571 22 coin162,216 09143,819 30 $1,110,243 41$1,965, 362 28 capital$868,100 00$868,100 00 circulation834,973 00679,523 00 Deposits228,023 46287,488 72 due to other Banks and Bankers54,513,1250,380 99 contingent Fund63,ding circulation, Deposits, am'ts due to other Banks and Bankers, and liabilities in transit$1,202, debt, Bills of exchange, amounts due by other Banks and Bankers, Bank notes, checks, and certificates of deposit held against other Banks and Bankers, and assets in transit1,766,778 651,790,821 62 ng circulation, deposits, amounts due to other Banks and Bankers, and liabilities in transit$1,216, debt, bills of exchange, amounts due by other Banks and Bankers bank notes, checks and certificates of deposits held against other Banks and Bankers, and assets in transit$1,834,810 44$1,746,146,14
The Daily Dispatch: November 8, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of Washington and Mount Vernon. (search)
e cities are discussing this subject with much vigor. It is of more interest to themselves than anybody else. The New York Herald asserts that in Philadelphia, the committee who had charge of the opera given in honor of the Prince refused to pay the paltry sum of two hundred dollars for the decoration of the opera house, and left Ullman and the opera people to pay it out of their own pockets, and that in Boston the latest "notion," and not the most creditable, was the effort to exclude Governor Banks from any share in the reception of the Prince, and the attempt to lay the responsibility upon the Prince after he had left the country and could not set the matter right.--The Boston and Philadelphia papers retort by blazing away at the snobbishness displayed at the New York ball, and the action of the Common Council with regard to the bill for the Prince's reception, in not only refusing to pay the bill, which was only four thousand dollars, for one of the most splendid demonstrations t
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