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The Daily Dispatch: March 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Tragedy in
The Maryland Commissioners. --The Commissioners appointed by the State Convention of Maryland to communicate the action of that body to the Virginia Convention, arrived in Richmond yesterday afternoon, and are sojourning at the Spots wood Hotel. They are Hon. E. F. Chambers, Hon. Waiter Mitchell, Hon. G. D. Jones, Dr. J. Hanson Thomas, and Wm. Henry Norris, Esq. Ex-Gov. Lowe, who was appointed as one of the Commissioners, is detained at home by sickness.
The Daily Dispatch: March 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Kentuckian from a New York point of view. (search)
Guns, Swords, &c. --Mitchell & Tyler, of this city, are prepared to supply military companies with everything they require in the way of weapons, including the latest inventions and the most approved patterns.--They have samples at their store, to which we invite attention.
Military notice. a R M S F O R V O L U N T E E R S. Volunteer Companies, and Counties Desiring arms, Are hereby informed that we have made arrangements for a supply of the best. English and American guns, including the Minnie Musket. English Enfield Rifle. Rifled Muskets, with either Angular or Sword Bayonets. Fine Navy Pistols. Also, French Cavalry Sabres, a superior article, at a low price. Samples of the above may be seen at our Store. Orders respectfully solicited. Also, on hand our usual large variety of Officers' Swords, Belts, Sashes, Epaulettes. Passants, Gloves, Spurs, &c. Together with Buttons, Laces, Bindings, and all necessary Trimmings for Uniforms. Mitchell & Tyler, mh 16--d(2dp)&cw1m 108 Main street.