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The Daily Dispatch: July 23, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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icient force of the National Guard of the State having arrived in this city to enable the civil authorities to maintain the public peace and enforce order, the Commander-in Chief directs that the several citizen volunteer organizations formed under his authority for the emergency, be relieved from further duty. The persons in command of the several detachments of citizen volunteers to whom arms have been furnished, upon the order of the Governor, are directed to return such arms to Brig Gen. James A Farrell Commissary-General of Ordnance, at the State Arsenal, corner of 7th avenue and 35th street. The Commissary General will receive and give receipts for the same. He will also report to these headquarters all persons to whom arms were so delivered, and who neglect to return the same, pursuant to this order. The Commander in Chief takes this opportunity of thanking those citizens who so promptly responded to his call by volunteering to assist in restoring tranquility. Many
By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation --The Board appointed by who has been elected the Judge for the Second Judicial Circuit, to apply the vacancy occasioned by the of Judge Thomas S Gadson having declared that a majority were given for William in conformity to law L John Letcher the Commonwealth of Virginia William T. James to bribe for said Second Circuit for the term of eight years. Given enter my hand as warning and under the real of the Commonwealth at Richmond, this 18th day of July, and in the eighty-eight year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor: George W. Munford Sec'y of the Commonwealth jy 2t--3t