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The Daily Dispatch: February 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Death of Judge Tyler. --A gentleman from Fa nier, on yesterday, confirms the statement by telegraph, that Judge John Webb Tyler died on Thursday night, at his residence, in Warrenton, Va., after an illness of Few days.--Richmond Enquirer, 1862. Death of Judge Tyler. --A gentleman from Fa nier, on yesterday, confirms the statement by telegraph, that Judge John Webb Tyler died on Thursday night, at his residence, in Warrenton, Va., after an illness of Few days.--Richmond Enquirer, 1862.
of their circulation. This will operate justly for the note- holders, and will adequately protect their interests. I recommend also that the Treasurer be directed to notify the note-holders to present their notes within twelve months for redemption, or they will be barred of all participation in the fund realized from the sale of the stocks belonging to those institutions. Returns of the election in the judicial circuit to supply the vacancy occasioned by the lamented death of Hon. John Webb Tyler, have not been received at this department. The only return that has been received is here with transmitted. [Appendix E.] Under the circumstances, I have had no means of ascertaining the result, and hence the proclamation required in such cases has not been issued. The subject is now brought to the attention of the General Assembly, for such action as may be deemed proper to supply this vacancy temporarily, until an opportunity shall be afforded for holding an election according t