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The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], The vote on the Ordinance of Secession. (search)
ed in the negative are-- John Janney, Pres't J. G. Holladay, Edward M. Armstrong, Chester Huchard, John B. Baldwin, George W. Hull, George Baylor, John J. Jackson, George W. Berlin, John F. Lewis, Caleb B g s William McComas, George W. Brent, James C. McGrew, William G. Brown, James Marshall, John S. Burdett, Henry H. Masters, James Bu ley, Famuel McD. Moore, Benj. W. Byrae, Hugh M. Nelson, John S. Carlile, Logan Osborn, John A. Carter, Spicer Patrick, Sherrard Chamans, Edmand Pendleton, C. B. Conrad, George er R. Y. Conrad, Samuel Price, James H. Cou h, David Pugh, W. H. B. Cus John D. Sharp, Marshall M. Dent, Thomas Sittington, William H. Dalany, Barwell S lock, J Earley, Alex. H. H. Stuart, Colbert G. Fugate, Cha ma J. Stuart, Peyton Gravely, George W. Summers, Algern Gray, Campbell Tar Ephraim B. Hall, William White, Allen C. Hammond, Williams C. Wickham, Alph Haymond, W
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Patrick county. Meadows of Dan, Va., June 10th, 1861. It affords us great pleasure to inform your readers that old Patrick is ng, and her sons at the sound of the bugle are enlisting to march in defence of their ever-dear and renowned Old Dominion. The County Court of Patrick have made a levy of $1,400 for the campaign of volunteers. There are four volunteer companies made up in this county.--The first, commanded by Capt. A. M. Lybrook, 88 strPatrick have made a levy of $1,400 for the campaign of volunteers. There are four volunteer companies made up in this county.--The first, commanded by Capt. A. M. Lybrook, 88 strong, has marched to the seat of war; the second, commanded by Capt Jeffererson T. Lawson, has swelled out to 108, which will leave in a few days for its place of rendezvous, (Lynchburg) In both these companies the "red mouthed Yankees" will find some sharp shooters and brave boys to deal with. We are all in good spirits. Men, women and children rally under the "Stars and Bars. " We all feel that the God of Battles is in our side, for our cause is the same that our fathers' was in 176--rig
The Daily Dispatch: June 17, 1861., [Electronic resource], The vote on the Ordinance of Secession. (search)
Governor, and under the scal of the Commonwealth, this 14th day of June, 1861, and in the 85th year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. by the Governor: George W. Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Fol'mate of Conjectural Majorities for and against section in Counties from which no return have been made: for Secession. Against Secession. Accomac486 Brooke700 Buchanan150 Doddridge600 Fancock800 Jackson316 Marion315 Marshall1,800 2,000 Morgan200 Patrick900 Pleasants200 Preston2,170 Randolph168 Ritchie400 Roane200 Taylor700 Tyler400 Warwick100 Wise450 wood1,500 York300 2,8541 Actusl majority for ratification from returne165,577 estimated majorities against ratification from counties not heard officially8,827 total majority 4,756 an Ordinance to Repeal the ratification of the Constitution of the United States of America, by the State of Virginia, and to resume all the rights and Powers granted under said Constitution
or, and under the Seal of the Commonwealth at Richmond, this 14th day of June, 1861, and in the eighty-fifth of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. by the Governor: George W. Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. list of Counties from which no returns of the vote on the Taxation Amendment has been received at the Executive Department. Accomac, Alleghany, Brooke, Buchanan, Doddridgn, Elizabeth City, Hancock Hanover, Jackson, Marton, Marshall, McDowell, Monongalis, Mugan, Patrick, Pleasants, Preston, Ritchie, Roane, Taylor, Tyler, Warwick, Weizel, Wise, wood, and York. an Ordinance to amend the Constitution of this Commonwealth, so as to strike out the twenty second and twenty third sections of the fourth article of the present Constitution, and insert the following in lieu thereof: Taxation shall be equal and uniform throughout the Commonwealth, and all property shall be taxed in proportion to its value, which shall be ascertained in such manner as M