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One thousand dollars reward. --Ran away from Camp Winder Hospital, on the 15th of January last, my Boy, Daniel. I will pay the above reward for his return to me, in the city, or lodgment in the city jail, with notice. His age is twenty-one; height, five feet six inches. He is very black, with a pleasant face and large eyes; is knock-kneed, and has a swaggering, shuffling walk. George W. Langhorne. Eleventh and Marshall streets, Richmond. fe 13--5t*
s ordered, on motion of Mr. Braxton, into the expediency of suspending all legal proceedings for the collection of debts for a limited period. On motion of Mr. Grattan, ordered that inquiry be made as to the expediency of amending the charter of the city of Richmond; also, as to allowing the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Company to borrow money for repairs; also, for incorporating a new insurance company--J. Alfred Jones, Wellington Goddin, Thomas, W. McCance and others, corporators. Mr. Daniel, of Prince George, got leave to bring in a bill incorporating the Petersburg Iron Company. The Governor's Message was properly referred, and the House adjourned. Wednesday, December 6.--In the Senate, a number of resolutions of inquiry as to the expediency of a great many propositions were agreed to. We notice a few of special interest, viz: By Mr. Gilmer --For incorporating the National Express and Transportation Company; for increasing the capital stock of the Richmond and Frederic
and with much eloquence, describing the condition of the prisoner in striking language, and appealing to the Court in pathetic terms to grant the request embodied in the motion. Mr. Crump then stated the motion in form as follows: The counsel move the Court to defer the examination of the accused upon the ground that she is of non-sane mind and a lunatic, and not capable of understanding the character of the accusation against her, or of defending herself upon this trial. Mr. Daniel asked the Court to proceed with the examination. Senior Alderman Regnault announced the decision of the Court as follows: The opinion of the Court (four to one) is, that the examination be gone into; that this is an examining court, and not a court of trial. The witnesses for the Commonwealth were then called and sworn. Alexander Edwards testified that Kirby stayed at his house, this night before he was killed. Mrs. Kirby was down at the market the day before, but he got aw
The Committee on Roads and Internal Navigation reported back House bill to incorporate the Norfolk City railway. Mr. Bentley, from the Committee on Banks, reported a bill restraining the banks of the State from making any disposition of their assets until otherwise provided by law. Mr. Lee, from the minority of the same committee, reported a bill concerning banks of the State, and providing for the liquidation of their liabilities. Both bills were ordered to be printed. Mr. Daniel from the Military Committee, reported a joint resolution authorizing the Governor to purchase thirty muskets, and accoutrements and ammunition, for the use of the Public Guard, which was passed. The hour of one o'clock having arrived, the House proceeded to the consideration of the standing order, viz: "A bill providing for staying the collection of debts for a limited period." A large number of amendments, sufficient to make the bill a new measure, were offered and received by the Sp
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