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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Virginia State Convention.forty-fifth day. Saturday, April 6, 1861. The Convention was called to order at 10 o'clock. Mr. Bouldin presented the proceedings of a meeting in the county of Charlotte, embodying resolutions in favor of immediate secession. Mr. Bouldin, in a brief speech, paid a tribute to the intelligence and gallantry of his constituents, after which, on his motion, the resolutions were referred to the Committee on Federal Relations. Mr. Chambliss presented two petitions--one from the people of Norfolk county, and one from the people of Portsmouth — in favor of immediate secession; on signed by 526 voters, and the other by 328. Mr. Holladay said he was a ware that no personal disrespect was intended to his colleague or himself, in sending the memorials to the gentleman from Greensville for presentation. It was done, he presumed, because that gentleman was a fairer exponent of the principles enunciated. He would say, further, that the signers o
One hundred dollars reward. --Released from the jail in the county of Charlotte, by the Yankee raiders, on the 25th of June, my man Claiborne; and when last heard from was going in the direction of Reams' Station. Claiborne is a mulatto, about five feet high, well set, smiles when spoken to; the only mark or scar recollected is on one of his legs, occasioned by an oxcart wheel having run over it, leaving a bad scar.--I will pays the above reward for the delivery of said negro to me, or secured in any way so I can get him. Address. Mrs. E. F. Guthery, Charlotte Court-House, Va. au 9--3aw2w*