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The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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k, tells me that four-fifths of the Democracy there are in favor of coercion, and one Soerman, of that city, an influential politician, reached here last night in a state of frenzied passion against the South. So, at least, I heard. At the Theatre, yesterday evening, I saw Hackett play Sir Pertinax Mac sycophant — He is a capital actor. Miss Alice Pracide Mann, a stylish, pretty, graceful, spirited woman, played her part admirably. The weather this morning is as capricious and unreliable as Buchanan's consonance.--When I went to breakfast, it was snowing; when I left the hotel for the post-office, it was raining; when I left the post-office, it was snowing again; and now it don't know exactly what it is doing. I believe it is trying to rain. Wilson, the Massachusetts cobbler, speaks in the Senate to-day. Unwilling to muddy my boots for his sake, I have stayed at home and written till I am as tired as your readers will be when they get through this letter. Zed.
Post-Office Affairs. --Virginia Offices Discontinued--Hubbard, Kent co.; Barbeetown, Hardy co.; Fisher's Point, Jackson county. Virginia Appointments--John J. Martin post-master at Hoodville, Marton county, vice Henry C. Black, moved away. Samuel Life post-master at Axton, Pittsylvania county, vice David F. Hodges, resigned. O. N. Retty post-master at Wirt C. H., Wirt county, vice Chas. B. Roberts, resigned. Clivins S. Chisholm postmaster at Hanover C. H., Hanover county, vice P. H. Winston, resigned. Eleanah Wilson postmaster at Indian Creek, Monroe county, vice P. P. Peck, resigned, Edward E. Jefferson postmaster at Roseland, Nelson county, vice Wm. N. Fortune, resigned.