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The Daily Dispatch: November 13, 1860., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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The women of the War. --Madame Mario (Miss Jessie Meriton White,) is acting nobly and usefully at Naples as head nurse and hospital superintendent, Her husband, a very good-looking young Italian, has fought bravely, and was one of the small band who first cast themselves on the main shore from Sicily and took to the mountains of Calabria. The Marchioness Della Torre, who fights like a man, and of whom half the Garibaldian officers are said to be enamored, is a heroine of a different style and mold.
to the fireman; $300 to the hostler; and $250 to the Clerk of the Fire Department. The ordinance is to go into effect on the 29th of November. On motion of Mr. Burr, the salary of Messenger of the Council was increased to $800, in consideration of the extra duties imposed by the new Hustings Court. On motion of Mr. Denton, Samuel Ellis was re-elected Clerk of the First Market, and Mr. Thomas Diddep, Weigh master; and Mr. John B. Valentine was re-elected Clerk and Weigh master of the Second Market. The following mortuary statistics for the quarter ending the 31st October, were returned by the Keeper of Shockoe Hill Burying Ground: White males interred, 70; females, 56; still born, 7. Total, 133. Colored males, 50; females, 41; still born, 7. Total 98. The monthly reports of the police officers were presented and referred. A petition from E. A. Hudual, asking the use of gas in the county, was presented and referred. On motion, the Council adjourned.