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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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instrels of the 3d Regiment of Alabama Volunteers, amounts to about $513, which, with a donation of $20 from Hon. J. G. Shorter, Governor elect of Alabama, has been paid over to the treasurer of the "Ladies' Aid Society." A soldier named Jordan Johnson was shot at by some unknown person on Monday night, while on guard at the Pig Point battery.--Johnson was not hurt. The luscious bivalves--"King of Moluska" --with which our waters abound, are now sold without hindrance in our market, alJohnson was not hurt. The luscious bivalves--"King of Moluska" --with which our waters abound, are now sold without hindrance in our market, although they are bought and eaten here by many persons during the greater part of the summer. The price here now is 75 cts. per gallon. The quantity of oysters planted in the coves and rivers in this vicinity last winter was, I learn, much less than in former seasons. But there will be a plentiful supply for home consumption, and for other cities of the State. The finest oysters in this section are found in Lynnhaven river. They are, as is quite well known, of very large size, firm, fat
Virginia military Institute. --The Board of Visitors assembled again yesterday. Present, the same members as on the day before, and, in addition, Samuel S. Williams, Esq., of Shenandoah. The proceedings were not of general interest, and nothing was done which demands publication. The subject before the Board is, we presume, the best disposition to make of the institution while the war continues, Professors Smith, Preston, Johnson, (the Manassas hero of that name,) and perhaps others of the officers, being now engaged in active service.