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The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Northwestern Virginia-New Affairs are reported North. (search)
kinson, is doing much in the way of publishing. We have before us two tracts, "I am a Soldier," and "Volunteers Wanted," gotten up in this way for the army. The Church has some fifty colporteurs in the field distributing their tracts and books. The most remarkable part of this enterprise, however, is the publication of the Testament. It was found suddenly that there were no Testaments to be had. There never has been an edition of either Testament or Bible published south of Mason and Dixon, a fact showing how complete has been our reliance upon the North in every branch of art. The Church determined at once that an effort must be made to supply such a want as the Testament. An edition was put in press, and is now in rapid progress. It is gratifying to see this evidence of a determination to supply wants occasioned by the interruption of our intercourse with the world. We are led pari passu with the discovery of our utter dependence on the North to undertake, by our own indu
The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1861., [Electronic resource], Northwestern Virginia-New Affairs are reported North. (search)
Fines. --The Mayor yesterday imposed in number of fines, as follows: Doggett & Ex-bank, $5 for selling spirits without license; Dominic Francisco, $5 for selling liquor to be drank at the place where sold; Edward Verge $5 for renting a kitchen to Billy Tally, a slave, without the consent of his master; Bee & Dixon, $5, (to be paid by Dixon,) for selling whiskey without a license; Patrick Keegas and Thomas O'Neal, $5 for fighting in the First Market. Fines. --The Mayor yesterday imposed in number of fines, as follows: Doggett & Ex-bank, $5 for selling spirits without license; Dominic Francisco, $5 for selling liquor to be drank at the place where sold; Edward Verge $5 for renting a kitchen to Billy Tally, a slave, without the consent of his master; Bee & Dixon, $5, (to be paid by Dixon,) for selling whiskey without a license; Patrick Keegas and Thomas O'Neal, $5 for fighting in the First Market.