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Wanted-- Tree sprightly Lads, from 18 to 19 years of age, to learn. the Lithographic Printing business. Apply on corner of Thirteenth Cary strets, over Tardy &Williams. mh 31--
Wanted--Recruits, For the Third Company Richmond Howitzers.--This old and well known company having reorganized under Capt. Mosreny, a few recruits will be received, Arare opportunity is offered to young men of good character to join this favorite arm of the service. Persons wishing to enlist, can call upon Lieut Carter, at Kent, Pal &Co.'s; Geo. P. Thaston, at Wadeworth&Palmer's; R. Channing Price, at T. R. Price Co.'s; or, Wm. S. White, at Tardy & Williams's. The bounty of $50 will be paid on enlisting. Lt. Henry C. Carter. Recruiting Offer. Also--Two Drummers wanted. mh is 12t*
The Virginia.[from the Examiner] Go sport Navy Yard, March 29, 1862. Having from an article in the Richmond Inquirer, and one also in the Whig claiming the plant of the Iron clad ship. Virginia for Lieutenant John M Brooke of the Navy. thereby doing myself and Engineer Williams on the greatest injustice, I feel called upon to make a statement of facts in the case for the for her information of the reading public in the history of this ship. In jobs last Lieutenant Brooke made a attempt to get up a floating battery at the Navy Department. The Secretary sent to this yard for the master, ship carpenter to come up and enlist him. After trying for a week he failed to produce anything, and the master carpenter returned to his duties at the yard Secretary Mallory then sent for me to come to Richmond, at which time I carried-up the model of an iron-clad flooding battery, with the shield of the present Virginia on it, and before I ever saw Lieutenant Brooke This model may now be