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Strasburg; a bill authorizing the Board of Public Works to confirm the sale of the Marysville Plank-Road to the county of Charlotte; a bill for the relief of Patrick H. Scott, of Halifax county; a bill refunding to Elizabeth C. Richardson, of Henrico county, a sum of money paid by her on an erroneous assessment of land, and for correcting said assessment; a bill refunding to Moses G. Booth damages paid by him as surety of Samuel S. Turner, late Sheriff of Franklin county; a bill to incorporate the Virginia Arms Manufacturing Company; a bill to incorporate the Virginia Fire-Arms Company, and a bill to provide for taking the sense of the voters of Henrico upon giving authority to the County Court to raise $2,500 for arming the county. Resolutions of Inquiry.--By Mr. Newlon, of amending the law, passed at the last session of the General Assembly, "chartering the Monongalia Bank of Morgantown," so as to reduce the minimum capital of said Bank; by Mr. August, of amending the first and
$20 reward. --I will give $20 reward for the return of my Negro man, "Washington," who left my house, in the lower part of Henrico county, on the morning of the 17th inst., without leave or provocation. Washington is about five feet 8 or 9 inches high, very black, about twenty years old, and has very white teeth, and smiles very pleasantly when spoken to. He will probably have a forged pass in his possession, as he can read and write. I will give the above reward for his return to me at my house, or if he is secured in jail so that I can get him. [ja 18--1w] L. S. Courtney.
Selling shucks. --On Saturday morning last, a negro fellow, owned by James Poindexter, of Henrico, sold a load of shucks, which had in them five hundred and fifteen pounds of wood. Mr. James P. Tyler, Assistant Clerk at the Second Market, attempted to arrest him, but the negro escaped from him, leaving behind his team and its load, which was taken possession of by Mr. T.
$10 reward. --Runaway from the subscriber, a Boy, named Harry. He is about 5 ½ feet high; aged 22 years; very dark complected. I will pay a reward of ten Dollars if delivered to the jail of Henrico county. He is supposed to be about Richmond. R. A. Ford, ja 18--4t Henrico county, Va. $10 reward. --Runaway from the subscriber, a Boy, named Harry. He is about 5 ½ feet high; aged 22 years; very dark complected. I will pay a reward of ten Dollars if delivered to the jail of Henrico county. He is supposed to be about Richmond. R. A. Ford, ja 18--4t Henrico county, Va.
dent Tyler was appointed a Commissioner to the President, and Judge John Robertson Commissioner to South Carolina, to request them to abstain, during the pendency of negotiations, from all acts calculated to produce a collision. Bills were reported authorizing the Northwestern Bank of Virginia to establish an agency in Richmond, and the Norfolk and Petersburg Railroad Company to construct a branch and increase its capital stock; also, a bill to provide for taking the sense of the people of Henrico upon giving the County Court authority to raise money for arming the county. A resolution was introduced for amending the laws so as to regulate the issues of Bank notes by the amount of coin in their vaults; also, one declaring that, in the opinion of the General Assembly, every consideration of honor and interest demands that Virginia shall unite her destinies with her sister slaveholding States of the South. It had previously been adopted in the House, and passed the Senate unanimously