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The Daily Dispatch: December 12, 1860., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Post-office Appointments. --Virginia--James H. Wilson, postmaster at Rockbridge Baths, Rockbridge county, Va., vice J. A. Logan, resigned. John D. Davis, postmaster at Berry's Ferry, Clarke county, Va., vice John T. Lindsay, resigned. John K. Leckett, postmaster at Lombardy Grove, Mecklenburg county, Va., vice George Jefferson, resigned. John H. Nowlin, postmaster at Oakville, Appomattox county, Va., vice John W. Isbell, resigned. John J. Organ, postmaster at Loving Creek, Bedford county, Va., vice N. B. Gibbs, resigned.
Mr. Jefferson, --the comedian, is to appear at the Theatre to-night in one of his richest characters. The piece of the evening is the "American Cousin," in which Mr. Jefferson is said to be inimitable by all who have seen him. His engagement thus far has been a complete success, and night after night he has won golden opinions by his rare talents and admirable personation. See him this evening, if you wish to enjoy a rare treat. Mr. Jefferson, --the comedian, is to appear at the Theatre to-night in one of his richest characters. The piece of the evening is the "American Cousin," in which Mr. Jefferson is said to be inimitable by all who have seen him. His engagement thus far has been a complete success, and night after night he has won golden opinions by his rare talents and admirable personation. See him this evening, if you wish to enjoy a rare treat.