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of Siller Rich and children, without compensation to the State; to establish the county of Bland out of parts of Giles, Wythe and Tazewell; amending the 11th section of chapter 212 of the Code of Virginia. Adverse Reports.--The Committee on Banks made an adverse report on the proposition to establish the Planters' Savings Bank in the city of Petersburg, and adopted a resolution that it is inexpedient under existing circumstances to incorporate any new Banks or branches; the Committee on FBanks or branches; the Committee on Finance returned an adverse report on the petition of George I. Herring, Peyton Johnston and others, asking to be released from the payment of money as sureties of P. P. Winston, late Sheriff of the City of Richmond; also, a similar report on the petition of James A. Harris, and others, asking that James V. Thomas be released from the payment of a fine. Resolutions, &c., Presented.--By Mr. Haymond, of allowing the sureties of P. P. Winston, late sheriff of Richmond city, longer time to pay
The Daily Dispatch: January 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival from the "Foreign" port of Charleston, S. C. (search)
and a conversation with our cotton and rice factors, will soon show the truth of the matter to be that the State of Carolina is as strong in monetary resources as can be reasonably desired. Our six per cent, bonds are at par — the specie in our Banks is increasing, and our State retains three- quarters of its crop. The honor of a gentleman is pledged in contradiction of the absurd stories published in the Tribune in reference to the condition of our people. There is not the slightest shadow us all. The troops are in high spirits, and eager for a brush. And, strange as it may appear, business is rapidly improving in the midst of these hostile movements. As you know, cotton is now at its price, with but a small stock offering. Our Banks hold an unusual amount of foreign exchange, and are still ready to buy. That admirable paper, the New York Express, has also a letter from South Carolina, showing that there is no want of food, and no want of any kind in South Carolina, and
The Daily Dispatch: January 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival from the "Foreign" port of Charleston, S. C. (search)
Condition 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 .00114,800.00 Premiums paid on Stocks9,900.249,900.24 Specie15,296.3716,323.63 Notes of other Banks in Virginia2,100.004,680.00 Notes of Banks out of the State920.00150.00 Due by other Banks8,38Banks 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 $275,837.58$25,680.49 Capital Stock$167,000.00$158,100.00 Circulation73,820.007Banks8,382.2912,739.67 Sate, furniture and Bank fixtures2,000.602,000.00 Interest guaranteed by State unpaid1,135.00240.00 $275,837.58$25,680.49 Capital Stock$167,000.00$158,100.00 Circulation73,820.0079,710.00 Deposits20,317.4381,849.15 Due to other Banks1,070.468,053.67 Surplus and contingent fund7,000.007,000.00 Pronts of the Institution and exchange5,878.195,265.22 Bonus and tax751.50711.4Banks1,070.468,053.67 Surplus and contingent fund7,000.007,000.00 Pronts of the Institution and exchange5,878.195,265.22 Bonus and tax751.50711.45 $275,887.58$285,680.49 Quarter end'gQuarter end'g Jan., 1860.Jan., 1861. Capital$167,000.00$168,100.00 Stocks used as Capital120,800.00114,800.00 Bills Discounted: Payable at Bank and Branche