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The Daily Dispatch: December 18, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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of Petersburg, District No. 5; John A. Pugh, of New Plymouth, Lunenburg county, District No. 7; John R. Purdie, of Smithfield, Isle of Wight county, District No. 6; John F. Regnault, of Richmond, District No. 8; M. B. Carrington, of Columbia, Fluvanna county, District No. 9; Stephen T. Dillard, Amherst Courthouse, District No. 10; Samuel A. Bailey, Lynchburg, District No. 11; Arthur Stevens, Stanardsville, Greene county, District No. 12; G. F. Carmichael, Fredericksburg, District No. 13; Wiatt Walker, Whitmell, Pittsylvania county, District No. 14; William A. Lambert, Alexandria, District No. 15; William Wertenbaker, University of Virginia, District No. 16; J. P. A. Entler, Harper's Ferry, District No. 17; J. S. Carson, Winchester, District No. 18; Joseph T. Logan, Harrisonburg, District No. 19; William T. Balthis, Staunton, District No. 20; F. Woltz, Fincastle, District No. 21; L. F. Woltz, Hillsville, Carroll county, District No. 22; L. F. Johnson, Goodson, Washington county, Distri
action. On the other hand, many resolutions of endorsement of President O'Mahoney's policy are passed by different circles. Upon the whole, the breach is apparently widening, and should the early contemplated move be attempted, the general opinion seems to be that it will terminate in a complete abortion. The courts of the city present to the world a frightful record of crime and vice. The testimony in each case discloses fresh crimes. The trial of Ward for the murder of officer Walker is in progress now. The Italian opera, under charge of Max Maretzek, is about to close for the season. The closing performance, with the exception of the matinee for this morning, took place last evening. During the evening a handsome tribute was paid to the manager by way of a congratulatory letter from some of the most prominent citizens of the metropolis. Mr. Maretzek replied in a short speech, during which he took occasion to refer to the pending difficulty between the ca