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would semi-annually accrue thereon to the relief and indemnity of the citizens and loyal residents of this State who have been robbed or otherwise injured by the marauding soldiery of the Government. By Mr. Whittle--Of providing by law for the protection of the public library at Lewisburg, in the county of Greenbrier, by removing it further from the incursions of the enemy. The military bill. Mr. Johnson presented the proceedings of a meeting of Bowyer's Battery, a company of Bedford volunteers, protesting against the provisions of a bill passed by the Senate entitled an act to reorganize Virginia's quota of the Confederate States army. Read and laid on the table. Bills passed. The following bills were taken up and passed: Senate bill to establish an inspection of leather, in the city of Norfolk. House bill making an appropriation to the civil contingent fund — yeas 33, noes none. --(Appropriates $10,000.) House bill to incorporate the Petersbur
Notice --Was committed to the jail of Bedford county on the 3d of December. 1861, a Negro Man, who calls himself Isaac Rixey, and says he is the property of Daniel Hunt, of Richmond, Va. Said negro is of a ginger-bread color, about 23 years old 6 feet high, with a good set of teeth; no scars, except on the back, from whipping; and had on, when committed a suit of dark-colored domestic cloth, very much worn, and ragged. The owner of said negro is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take him away; otherwise, he will be dealt with as the law directs. Wm H. Pate, ja 14--1m Sheriff Bedford County.