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g joint resolutions, which lie over under the rule: 1.The public enemy, invited by domestic foes being in power in a number of counties in Western and Northwestern Virginia, where they are confiscating the property of loyal citizens, and other wise oppressing them in cruel manner; and whereas the traitors there, contemplating hout the Commonwealth of their desire and intention to protect them: Therefore, Resolved by the Senate and House of Delegates. That in no event will the State of Virginia submit to, or consent to, the loss of a foot of her soil; that it is the firm determination of the State, and known to be that of the Confederate Government, to assert and maintain the jurisdiction and sovereignty of the State of Virginia, to the uttermost limits of her ancient boundaries, at any and every cost. That the Governor be requested to present a copy of this resolution, properly certified, to the Provisional Congress now in session, and to the Permanent Congress to conve
Death of a Virginian in Montgomery, Ala. --From the Montgomery Hail, of the 10th inst, we take the following: It is our melancholy duty-to announce today the unfortunate and untimely death of Mr. John Polleck, which took place yesterday evening at the Exchange Hotel, from the effects of a pistol shot received on Wednesday last, in a difficulty with a party of soldiers of Col. Clanton's regiment, encamped near this city. This difficulty is sorely to be lamented. Mr. Pollock was born and reared in the State of Virginia; and he was a gentlemanly, sociable, and unassuming young man, kind and accommodating in his manners, and was highly esteemed by his acquaintances. He was connected in this city with the sinking business, and was only twenty-two years old.