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The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The
Southern Confederacy tariff. (search)
Veteran members of the Convention. -- Ex-President Tyler, a member of the present Virginia Convention, was a member of the Convention of 1829-30. Samuel McD. Moore, of the present Convention, was also a member of the one of 1829-30. But the veteran of Virginia Conventions is Fleming Bowyer Miller, of Botetourt. He has been a member of all the State Conventions called since the old Revolution. He first answered to the Convention roll-call in 1829-30, next in 1850-51, and lastly in 1861.
Arms for Volunteers. Volunteer Companies, and Counties Desiring Arms, Are hereby informed that we have made arrangements for a supply of the best English and American Guns, including the Minnie Musket, English Enfield Rifle, Rifled Muskets, with either Angular or Sword Bayonets. Fine Navy Pistols. Also, French Cavalry Sabres, a superior article, at a low price. Samples of the above may be seen at our Store. Orders respectfully solicited. Also, on hand our usual large variety of Officers' Swords, Belts, Sashes, Epaulette, Pissants, Gloves, Spurs, &c. Together with Buttons, Laces, Bindings, and all necessary Trimmings for Uniforms. Mitchell & Tyler, 103 Main street. mh 16--d(2dp)&cw1m
The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1861., [Electronic resource],
General Assembly of . [ Virginia extra session.] Senate. (search)
Southern rights meeting, &c., &c. Louisville, March, 16. --A large Southern Rights meeting was held at the Court-House last night and attended with considerable confusion, and finally broke up in a row. Levi Tyler and B. O. Davis, old and prominent citizens, the latter of Boston, died last night.