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The Daily Dispatch: January 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], Outrage upon the person of our Commissioner to Mexico. (search)
Ranaway. --$ Reward.--Runaway from the jail of Jones, of this place, on Monday, 21st of October, 1861, a Negro man, named James; dark brown complexion, 21 years old, and nearly six feet high. He had on a dark suit when he left; also, a military overcoat. I expect he will try to pass for a free boy. I will pay the above reward for said boy, if taken out of this city, or $25 if found in it, to be de delivered to me at E. H. Stokes's, Richmond. Va. de 19--1m* J. A. Burdett.
as an intelligent man? He hoped the bill would pass, but for the present, he would waive his opposition to the motion to lay on the table and renew that motion himself. The subject was further discussed by Messrs. Laidly, Bradford, and Jones, in defence of the bill. The bill was then laid on the table. Several bills were read a first and second time. The following resolutions of inquiry were referred to the appropriate Committees: By Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert Mr. Jones: Of refunding to Robert C. Selden the tax paid by him on certain bonds due him in the State of New York. By Mr. James: Of reporting a bill to regulate by law the charges of Express Companies upon the different railroads of Virginia. By Mr. Robinson, of Berkeley: Of constructing a railroad from the town of Winchester, in the county of Frederick, to the town of Martinsburg, in the county of Berkeley, as a military necessity as well as a public convenience. By Mr. Baskervill: Of so amending the charter of