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The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: may 7, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Virginia Post-office affairs. --A new office is established at Mountain Falls, Frederick county, and David Cooper appointed postmaster; near the route from Winchester to Wardensville. The office at Fisher's Point, Jackson county, is re-established, and James D. Thomas appointed postmaster. Appointments.--Napoleon B. Richardson postmaster at Fife's, Goochland county, vice Jane Poor, deceased. Joseph F. Howard postmaster at Issequina, Goochland county, vice John P. Bradley, moved away. E. T. Ogg postmaster at Bells X Ronds, Louisa county, vice R. H. Ogg, resigned. William Dawson postmaster at Cypress Island, Alleghany county, vice J. A. Thomas, resigned. C. A. Kramer postmaster at Fort Martin, Monongalia county, vice Joseph Snyder, resigned. Edward Pritchard postmaster at Shirley, Tyler county, vice W. W. Clark, resigned.
List of Visitors to West point. --1. John J. Crittenden, Frankfort, Ky.; 2. Andrew Johnson, Greenville, Tenn.; 3. Edward D. Bell, Salem, Oregon; 4. John M. Botts, Richmond, Va.; 5. David Davis, Bloomington, III.; 6. David Cooper, St. Paul, Minnesota; 7. John Woodruff, New Haven, Conn,; 8. James S. Albans, Wisconsin; 9. Frederick P. Stanton, Kansas; 10. Alexander Cummings, Penn.; 11. Thomas J. McKean, Lowa; 12. Richard Tilghman, Maryland; 13. James G. Blaine, Maine; 14. Herman Haunt, Deerfield, Mass.; 15. Professor Charles Davis, N.Y.; 16.Gen. H. B. Carrington, Ohio; 17. Brig. Gen. John Garland, U.S. Army.