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The Daily Dispatch: January 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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e for its strength, while the ornamentation is of such a character as to give it the appearance of lightness. The ground work on the exterior is salmon color; on one of the side panels is a beautiful painting of Pocahontas saving the life of Captain Smith, and on the other a representation of Smith's famous com bat with Bonney Mulgrove. The door panel is ornamented with a picture of a Knight Templar in full costume, as a compliment to E. H. Gill, Esq., former Superintendent of this railroad. Smith's famous com bat with Bonney Mulgrove. The door panel is ornamented with a picture of a Knight Templar in full costume, as a compliment to E. H. Gill, Esq., former Superintendent of this railroad. Besides the historical illustrations, the sides of the vehicle are decorated with arabesque drapery, Cupids and wreaths of roses. Inside are eighteen beautiful vignettes, representing landscapes and water scenes. The roof is constructed in what is called the "French style," enabling a tall man to stand erect without peril to his beaver.--The omnibus was made by John Stephenson, of New York, to the order and under the direction of the company. Last, but not least, we may mention that it has
porate the Jackson Orphan Asylum of Norfolk," passed Feb. 26, 1856; a bill to amend an act passed January 3d, 1860, entitled "an act to incorporate the Virginia Life Insurance Company;" a bill to incorporate the Merchants' Savings Bank, of Richmond; a bill to release John W. Murrill from the payment rendered by the Circuit Court of Lynchburg against him; a bill for the relief of Robert Y. Overby, of the county of Mecklenburg, on account of tax improperly paid; a bill for the relief of John W. G. Smith, of Rockingham county; a bill to protect the interests of the Common wealth and other stockholders of internal improvement companies in this State from injurious competition; a bill for the relief of Charity Casey. Mr. August, from the Committee on Military Affairs, reported a bill legalizing the purchase of arms by the counties of the State, and authorizing levies by the Courts for that purpose. The rules having been suspended, the bill was passed to its third reading, when