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The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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sy and kindness, replied briefly and appropriately upon thus severing his connection with the Senate. Adjourned. In the House, Mr. Burwell introduced a resolution, addressed to the Committee on Confederate Relations, having for its object the relief of the country and the currency by a more equalized distribution of food by the railroads, &c., which was adopted. Mr. Haymond proposed an increase to the select committee of five appointed to confer with the proprietors of the several Richmond newspapers in the matter of publishing the report of proceedings of the House. The motion to enlarge the committee was agreed to, and the Speaker appointed Messrs. Haymond, of Marion, Hutcheson, Holden, English, and Richardson. A motion that the House take the recess agreed upon, the Senate was informed of the readiness of the House. Speaker Sheffey then addressed the House in a few parting remarks, and in closing announced the House in recess until the 6th of January, 1864.
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at Wakefield, the farm next adjoining Mr. George W Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Thursday, the 31st of December, 1863, about forty Negroes, consisting of men and women, boys and girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvement or in occupations considered hazardous — and with the further express understanding that they are not to be rehired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B W Richardson, Ex'or of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 22--d9tsw