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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1860., [Electronic resource], Land and Slaves in the county of Amelia, for sale privately. (search)
'n Ward.Mad'n Ward.Mon'e Ward.Tot'l Bell and Everett6519137552,359 Breckinridge and Lane3494463751,170 Douglas and Johnson312221219753 Recapitulation. Bell's majority over Breckinridge1,189 Bell's maj. Over Breckinridge and Douglas436 the vote of the city in may, 1859, for Governor, was as follows: Goggin 2,043, Letcher 1,589. total vote 3,632. the following shows the increase in the total vote of the city: Vote in 18604,282 Vote in 18593,632 Increase650 Henrico. Court-House.--Bell 762; Breckinridge 341; Douglas 124. Alley's — Bell 204; Douglas 44; Breckinridge 41. Dickman's Store.--Majority for Bell 148. Sweney's.--Majority for Bell 50. Hughes's.--The vote here is a tie between Bell and Breckinridge. Eacho's. --The vote here is a tie between Bell and Breckinridge. Chesterfield. Manchester.--The vote stands Bell 326; Douglas 110; Breckinridge 90. Opposition gain of 198. Clover Hill.--Breckinridge 232; Bell 20; Douglas 0. Court-Ho
The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1860., [Electronic resource], Land and Slaves in the county of Amelia, for sale privately. (search)
By Goddin & Apperson, Auct's. Valuable Farm in Henrico, five miles above Richmond, Slaves and Stock, for sale.--Having determined to remove to Richmond to reside I will sell at public auction, on the premises, on Thursday, the 8th November, 1860, at 11 o'clock A. M., (if fair; if not, on first fair day thereafter,) the Farm on which I now reside, lying on the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad, five miles above Richmond, containing 170 acres of land. After the sale of the land, I will sell, in like manner, my Slaves. Milch Cows, Horses, Mules, Corn, Oats, Fodder, Household and Kitchen Furniture one Rockaway, and two Carts, and whatever also there may be on the farm for sale. Terms.--For the land, a credit of 1, 2, and 3 years, bearing interest, secure by personal and real security. For the slaves, a credit of 6 months, interest added, for negotiable notes and approved endorsers. For the residue of the personal property, cash for all sums under $50; over that amount, 6
below we give the respective gains of Bell and Breckinridge in 82 counties and 5 cities: Breckinridge GainsBell Gains Accomac213Alexandria192 Albemarie82Alleghany46 Amherst250Amelia22 Appomattox150Augusta1562 Barbour191Bath41 Bedford171Berkeley180 Brooke91Botetourt246 Buckingham44Chesterfield654 Caroline360Clarke72 Carroll550Dinwiddie172 Culpeper22Doddridge301 Cumberland45Elizabeth City30 Franklin216Fauquier42 Floyd200Fairfax38 Gloucester184Harrison52 Goochland155Henrico350 Fluvanna120James City8 Grayson174Jefferson541 Greene189Loudoun177 Halifax366Lewis90 Hancock49Norfolk City239 Isle of Wight225Montgomery31 King and Queen97Nottoway40 Louisa349Petersburg439 Lunenburg21Pittsylvania300 Madison246page109 Marshall115Powhatan96 Marion129Preston55 Mecklenburg249Pulaski28 Nansemond133Rappahannock74 New Kent82Richmond City744 Northampton36Ritchie15 Northumberland40Roanoke53 Nelson20Rockbridge870 Orange95Rockingham1908 Ohio573Shenandoah400 Prin
George42 King and Queen255 King William173 Lewis.300 Lunenburg275 Madison750 Mecklenburg471 Northumberland126 Orange48 page796 Prince Edward47 Prince William479 Roanoke80 Shenandoah1440 Tyler100 Warren186 Washington280 Wetzel549 Wythe177 11,943 Bell's majorities Albemarle201 Alexandria446 Amelia24 Augusta2330 Bath40 Berkeley83 Botetourt1 Bedford429 Buckingham22 Campbell317 Chesterfield456 Culpeper1 Dinwiddie135 Elizabeth City83 Fairfax7 Fluvanna32 Henrico700 James City88 Jefferson801 Loudoun1253 Marshall80 Montgomery287 Nansemond58 Nelson336 New Kent94 Norfolk City547 Norfolk county255 Northampton53 Nottoway57 Ohio280 Petersburg747 Portsmouth118 Powhatan98 Prince George75 Princess Anne72 Pittsylvania645 Pulaski82 Rappahannock120 Richmond City1234 Rockbridge892 Rockingham206 Spottsylvania95 Stafford1 Surry74 Taylor50 Williamsburg6 13,909 Breckinridge's majorities11,943 Bell's clear maj. over Breckinridge1,966
School Commissioners. --The County Court of Henrico have appointed the following School Commissioners for said county: District No. L. James C. Leake. No. 2 John E. Woodward. No. 3, Wm. H. Pace. No. 4, John W. Sheppard. No. 5, James T. Redd. No. 6, J. B. Keesee. No. 7, John R. Mountcastle. No. 8, John W. Russell. No. 9, Jackson F. Childrey, No. 10, Wm. Brackett. The Commissioners are to meet at the Court-House on the first Monday in December, to organize.
known to engage in an altercation of any kind until about the time of the murder. About four years ago, he married one of the daughters of Wm. Thom, an old citizen, and soon after became connected with the Night Watch of Richmond, which position he filled with entire satisfaction until October, 1859, when he became addicted to intemperance, and resigned his place. From that period until about the 1st of July last, Totty kept a small grocery at the corner of Grace and Monroe streets, in Henrico county, where his wife, her father and her sister resided, and where he committed the deed which cost him his life. The murder. On the morning of the 18th of July, Totty visited the residence of his father-in-law, and repairing to the kitchen, found Catherine J. Thom, Mrs. Adams, and a young man in the act of eating breakfast. He drew up a chair near to where Miss Thom was sitting, and was asked to participate in the meal, but declined. He then asked her whether she would go away wit
The U. S. Circuit Court will commence its winter term to-day. Judge Hallyburton presiding. The Grand Jury will assemble at the appointed hour, and besides passing upon the case of William A. Northern, charged with robbing the post-office at Warsaw, Richmond county, while acting as Deputy Postmaster, and two or three other cases of a similar character, they will have before them the charge against the eleven men now in Henrico county jail, awaiting their trial for piracy.
The Daily Dispatch: November 27, 1860., [Electronic resource], Death of Judge Larrabee, of Wisconsin. (search)
Outrage. --A slave named Patrick has been committed to the jail of Henrico county, for attempting a violent assault upon the person of Miss Wingfield.
Public meeting. --The citizens of Henrico county, without regard to party, are to hold a meeting at their Court-House in the course of a few days, to take some action on the propriety of urging the holding of a State Convention.
Stabbed. --A difficulty occurred between two youngsters, near the old Fair Grounds, in Henrico county, when one of them, John Clark, was stabbed in the right hand.
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