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He thought that he could go before his county and carry it upon that issue, and that there was a strong feeling throughout the State. Mr. McRae, of Chesterfield, denied indignantly that the people of Virginia would ever consent to repudiation. The bill was referred to the Committee on Courts of Justice. On motion of Mr. Robinson, the Senate then adjourned until January 3d, 1866. House of Delegates. The House met at the usual hour. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Burrows. Manchester cotton Company. House bill extending Manchester Cotton and Wool Manufacturing Company's charter, with amendment from the Senate, which was concurred in, and the bill passed. Finance. Mr. Grattan, from the Committee on Finance, reported the following bills, which were read the first and second times and ordered to be printed: Bill to authorize the conversion of registered bonds into coupon bonds. Bill to amend fourth section, one hundred and forty-first chapter Code 1
Manchester. We are profoundly grateful to our friends in Manchester for the large lists of subscribers they have sent us, and shall strive to deserve their patronage by promptly delivering to them, early every morning, the beat and cheapest daiManchester for the large lists of subscribers they have sent us, and shall strive to deserve their patronage by promptly delivering to them, early every morning, the beat and cheapest daily paper sent from this city. Mr. James A. Gentry, so long and favorably known to the public as an enterprising news dealer, is our agent for Manchester, and will receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Dispatch. Mr. Benjamin Mahone, ouManchester, and will receive subscriptions and advertisements for the Dispatch. Mr. Benjamin Mahone, our active and successful canvasser, will continue to call upon the people, and we commend him and his work to their favorable consideration. Remember that the Dispatch, always the favorite of the citizens of Manchester, is only two Cents Per Copysser, will continue to call upon the people, and we commend him and his work to their favorable consideration. Remember that the Dispatch, always the favorite of the citizens of Manchester, is only two Cents Per Copy, or Twelve Cents Per Week.