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illiams, Fredericksburg, treasonable language. Committed on the 11th March.--Captain James E. Leonard, New York city,--; Philip Helfrick, Richmond, giving away liquor; H. L. Pelouze, Richmond, disloyalty; William R Read, King George,--. Committed on the 12th March.--Thos. Case, Richmond, treason; Francisco Dominick, Richmond, selling liquor; H. P. Derby, Richmond, treason; John Leonard, Richmond, selling liquor; Jos. Marshall, 4th Alabama regiment, for threatening the guard; J. R. Miller, Richmond, selling liquor; John McClelland, Richmond, selling liquor; Frank Ward, guard, drunkenness. Committed on the 13th March.--Wm. H. Harrison, Richmond, for refusing to take the oath; John M. Jennings, Baltimore.--; John Kelly, Baltimore, having no pass; John Nash, Baltimore, having no pass; J. B. Taylor, Baltimore, 1st Maryland regiment, deserting. Committed on the 14th March.--Col. A. H. Adler,--; Robert Gillin, Richmond, selling liquor; Jas. Rust, Parkersburg, disloyalty.
Collectors for Sidney. --The collectors of the Ladies'. Defence Association for Sidney are Mrs. J. B. Taylor and Mrs. Ritter. Other names were published on Monday, but these are the night once.
t methods" of instructing our slaves was made to consist of Elders Wm. F. Broad dus, T. Hume, J. B. Taylor, J. B. S. lomon, and T. W. Sydnor. The Secretary read the proceedings of yesterday, which were approved. Rev. J. B. Taylor reported the following from the Committee on Business: From 9 till 10 o'clock, miscellaneous business; till 10½ devotional exercises at 10½ o'clock, repor committees; at night, report of Education and Bible Board. Rev. C. Tyree, Dr. Jeter. Rev. J. B. Taylor, Rev. G. W. Briggs, Rev. A. Breadus, of Greenville, S. C; Rev. A. B. Smith, took part in tbell. Remarks were made by Elders W. R. McDowell, E. Dodson, B. Manly, Jr., W. M. Young, and J. B. Taylor, who, after stating the difficulties that existed in communicating with and transmitting fundtained that the Board will be largely indebted to their brethren in the foreign field. Rev. Mr. Taylor read a letter from Rev. J. P. Boyce, of S. C., relative to raising funds for the foreign mi
g, and until 2 P. M. to-day. It is satisfactorily ascertained that a fight of some magnitude occurred with the enemy's rear guard beyond Liberty, and that our forces are still driving them, and made considerable captures to-day. B. Mr. Charles E. Taylor of the cavalry signal corps, and son of Rev. J. B. Taylor, D. D., of this city, was captured last week in the Valley, and carried off by some of Hunter's men. Mr. Taylor was on sick furlough, at one of the watering places near Staunton. g, and until 2 P. M. to-day. It is satisfactorily ascertained that a fight of some magnitude occurred with the enemy's rear guard beyond Liberty, and that our forces are still driving them, and made considerable captures to-day. B. Mr. Charles E. Taylor of the cavalry signal corps, and son of Rev. J. B. Taylor, D. D., of this city, was captured last week in the Valley, and carried off by some of Hunter's men. Mr. Taylor was on sick furlough, at one of the watering places near Staunton.
For Hire. --A first-rate House Girl — can do anything that may be desired about housekeeping, and is a good nurse. She has been hired to Rev. J. B. Taylor for four years. Inquire at Rev. Dr. Taylor's house, second door above the Old Fair Grounds, Franklin street. ja 4--2t* For Hire. --A first-rate House Girl — can do anything that may be desired about housekeeping, and is a good nurse. She has been hired to Rev. J. B. Taylor for four years. Inquire at Rev. Dr. Taylor's house, second door above the Old Fair Grounds, Franklin street. ja 4--2
For Hire. --A first-rate House Girl — can do anything that may be desired about housekeeping, and is a good She has been hired to Rev. J. B. Taylor for four years, inquire at Rev. Dr. Taylor's second the Old Fair Grounds, Franklin street. ja 5--2t* For Hire. --A first-rate House Girl — can do anything that may be desired about housekeeping, and is a good She has been hired to Rev. J. B. Taylor for four years, inquire at Rev. Dr. Taylor's second the Old Fair Grounds, Franklin street. ja 5--2
ill more effectually to prevent the distillation of grain into ardent spirits. Mr. Johnson, of Bedford, introduced a resolution instructing the Joint Committee on Salt to inquire into the expediency of providing, by law, for a maximum price of salt and to guard against an excess over such maximum price by proper penalties. Agreed to. On motion of Mr. Christian, of Augusta, the Senate adjourned. House of Delegates. The House met at noon, and was opened with prayer by Rev. J. B. Taylor, missionary to the army. On motion of Mr. Haymond, of Marion, the House proceeded, without ascertaining whether a quorum was present, to the disposal of business, the question of a quorum to be settled when that point was raised in the proceedings. Mr. Tomlin, of King William, submitted a letter from Harold Snowden, member of the House from Alexandria county, tendering his resignation as a member of the body upon the ground that the Secretary of War had denied him a furlough
Virginia Legislature.[Extra session.] Senate. Monday, February 6, 1865. The Senate was called to order by Lieutenant-Governor Price. Prayer by Rev. J. B. Taylor, Jr., of the Baptist Church. Mr. Garnett presented some patriotic resolutions adopted by company A, Fifteenth Virginia regiment, Corse's brigade, which were referred to the Committee on Confederate Relations. Mr. Guy, of Goochland, presented the following joint resolutions, which, under the rule, lie over till to-morrow: "Resolved, That, in the opinion of the General Assembly, sufficient regard has not been had in the conduct of the war to the development of the productive interests of the country — the production of food and clothing should be stimulated by all the available means in the power of the Government.--The laws of Congress, known as the impressment laws, and schedule of prices adopted under them, have had the effect of discouraging the productive industry of the country, and should be
Mrs. Pritchard, having taken the School formerly taught by Miss Valentine, will receive pupils in the school-rooms in the basement of Grace Street Baptist Church. References: Rev. J. B. Jeter, Rev. A. E. Dickinson, Rev. J. B. Taylor. mh 23--2t*
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