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h the first quarterly statement of the condition of the Bank of Pittsylvania, as it existed on the first day of July last. the Bank was organized on the 4th day of April, 1861, by electing nine Directors, and commenced business, under the proclamation of the Governor, dated the 4th of may last. Directors: W. W. Keen, President. Richard Jones, George W. Hall, George Craft, Tarpley White, J. H. Hargrave, Wm.Rison, A. S. Buford, J. M. Walker. Very respectfully, L. B. Conway, Cashier. A statement of the condition of the Bank of Pittsylvania on the 1st July, 1861. Assets: property — safe$440 00 Expenses1,862 71 Bills receivable: payable at this Bank$101,680 00 payable at other Banks in State18,936 39 payable at Banks out of State4,300 00 124,916 39 Interest, &c2 82 due from other Banks and incorporated companies4 64 State bonds56,000 00 Cash. in specie and specie certificates$42,939 20 in notes of and checks on Banks in
The Daily Dispatch: October 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], Bank of Pittsylvania, Pittsylvania, C. H., Sept. 1861. (search)
Bank of Pittsylvania, Pittsylvania, C. H., Sept. 1861. We, the undersigned, Directors the Bank of Pittsylvania, hereby certify that we have examined the foregoing statement and found the same to be correct: Richard Geo. Craft Geo. J. H. Hargrave, Wm. Rison. N. B.--Messrs. A. S. Buford and J. M. Walker are in the Confederate States Army. Messrs. W. W. Keen and Tarpley White absent from home. State of Virginia, County of Pittsylvania, Ss: This day L. B. Conway, cashier of the Bank of Pittsylvania, personally appeared before me, a Notary Public for the county aforesaid, and made oath that the foregoing statement exhibits the true condition of the Bank of Pittsylvania, as it existed on the first day of July last, to the best of his knowledge and belief. Given under my hand his 19th day of September, 1861. J. A. Lovelace, Notary Public.