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Ellett & Weisiger, Thos. R. Price & Co., W. S. Triplett, W. T. Staples & Co., Brown & McClelland, Andrew Pizzini, Jos. Brummel & Co., Ragland & Bro., Benj. Davis, E. Wortham & Co., Peyton & Archer, Mead & Baker, Apperson & Dupuy, John Howard, Mitchell & Tyler, O F. Breses, Wm. A. Wyatt, Geo. W. Royster, M. T. Starke, Darracott, & Co., W. H. Haxall, John Dooley, Jas. S. Kent, J. R. Anderson & Co., Fisher & Shepherd. P. T. Moore & Co., Jas. Woodhouse & Co, B. F. Harris, Johnson & Pugh, Geo. S, Palmer, Bacon & Baskerville, Edward Novell, Wm. L. Maule, H. K. Ellyson, Chiles & Chenery, Christian & Lathrop, P. K. White, Jno. C. Page, Jr., Stebbins, Pullen & Co., S. McGruder's Sons, Marcus Harris & Bro., Watkins & Ficklen, George L. Bidgood, W. L. Waring, Goddin & Apperson, Kent, Paine & Co., Solomon A. Myers, Ginter, Alvey & Arents, Bridgford & Co., Johnson, Truheart & Vaughan, I. N. Coc
American Almanac for 1861. James Woodhouse &Co. have received the American Almanac and Repository of Useful Knowledge for the year 1861. Price $1. Also, Rev. Dr. Seabury's New work on Slavery, entitled American Slavery Distinguished from the Slavery of English Theorists, and Justified by the Laws of Nature. Price $1. Negroes and Negro Slavery. The first an inferior race, the latter its Normal condition. By J. H. Van Evrie, M. D. fe 25--lt
& Bros. These are the well known lectures of Thackeray, gotten up in handsome style and illustrated. For sale by J. W. Randolph. Nicaragua; its People, Scenery, Monuments, Resources, Condition and Proposed Canal; with one hundred maps and illustrations. By E. G. Squier, formerly Charge d'affaires of the United States to the Republic of Central America. New York: Harper & Bros. This book is published in good style and has peculiar interest now when the ill-fated expeditions of the American filibusters are fresh in the memory. For sale by J. W. Randolph. We have received from Messrs. West & Johnston, the publishers, a neat pamphlet, comprising the speech of Mr. Voorhees, of Indiana, in defence of Cook, and his address before the Literary Societies of the University of Virginia. These efforts of one of the greatest orators of this day are worthy of preservation. Westminster Review.--We have from the agents, Messrs. Woodhouse & Co., the October number of this Review.
The Daily Dispatch: January 27, 1862., [Electronic resource], The New York Herald upon the Somerset affair. (search)
mmittee on Propositions and Grievances. Mr. Richardson asked the clerk to read a letter from certain citizens to the citizens of Monroe, detailing the terrible outrages committed upon the people of that county by the Federals and Tories. The paper was referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. The Speaker appointed the following Special Committee under the resolution offered yesterday to provide for more effective measures to prevent the escape of slaves to the enemy: Messrs Woodhouse, Baker, Collier, Wilson, of Isle of Wight, and Murdraugh. A resolution was offered by Mr. Mallory, that the House meet daily at 11 o'clock, A. M. Objection being made, the resolution laid over one day under the rule. The House then took up the bill to organize the State troops and volunteers of Virginia. The question, when the House adjourned, yesterday, was the proposed amendment to provide for the filling of vacancies in companies by promotion, except in the office of l
pts following are at present deposited with Mr. J. L. Reeve, at the store of Messrs. Yancey & Harrison; A. K. Johnson, $5; Edw'd Mayo; 5; J. A. Inloes, 5; Yancey & Harrison, 10; Cash, 5; Miles Seldon, 2; Geo. Whitfield, 25; a lady, (Mrs. J. G. B.,) 2; Miss Josephine elecon, 2; N. C. Barton, 2; Cash 5; Alfred Moses, 5; R. W. Powers, 5; P. H. Starke 5; Jno. Blair, 5; Purcell, Ladd & Co., 50; Richardson & Co., 5; Christian & Lamrop, 10; R. C. Howe, 5; E. Gathrigut, 5; Bulkley & Co., 5; Jas. Woodhouse & Co., 5; John T. Gray, 5; P. J. Wright, 5; H. T., 1; J. R. F., 1; W. K. Watts, 5; J. W. handolph, 10; R. L. Dickinson, 5; mitchell & Tyler, 10; Wm Greanor, 5; J. A. Clarkson & Co., 5; J. W. Wright, 5; Jas. A. Scott, 5; Belvidere Manufacturing Co., W. R. Whitfield, 10; S. S. Cottell, 10; C. R. D., 1; Miss N. Cassell, 5; And. Johnston, 5; Thos. R. Price, 5; John C. Page, 5; P. K. W., 1; Williams & Elliott, 5; Mrs E. A. Jones, 5; Johnson & Bransford, 5; West & Johnson, 5; G. & A. Bargamin,
. John G. Blair, 16 pairs gloves for N. W. Mrs. George Hannah, 11 pairs socks, 1 pair gloves. Arthur McClash, contribution $5. Contributions for soldiers' Lodge. Lewis D. Crenshaw$25 00 Richard Meade25 00 R. B. Haxall25 00 Ginter, Alvey & Arents25 00 Dunlop, Moncure & Co25 00 Kent, Paine & Co25 00 John A. Lancaster & Co25 00 Wm. Ira Smith25 00 Ellet and Drewry25 00 L. Nunnally20 00 Bacon & Baskerville20 00 John C. Robson20 00 Lieut. Quinan20 00 Alfred Moses15 00 John Dunnivant10 00 S. M. Price & Co10 00 Ellet & Weisiger10 00 George J. Sumner10 00 Rev. A. E. Dickinson10 00 S. L. Johnson5 00 W. Peterson5 00 James Woodhouse5 00 Dr. George N. Skipwith5 00 William Bell5 00 Chas. E. Kent5 00 Cash2 00 Ladies Aid Society109 00 Contributions intended for the Soldiers" Ledge, or for the sick and wounded soldiers, can be left with the members of the Army Committee, as follows: W. P. Manford, at office of J. M. & K. Company; J. and Jas. near
fantry, went down in New Kent county as far as the York river. A few miles below West Point they fired on a Federal mail boat that was passing, striking her some two or three times--one shell exploding on her decks. What injury was inflicted is not known, but considerable confusion was created on board. The fire was not returned. Later in the evening the enemy's gunboats came down the river from West Point, and, after shelling the woods in the neighborhood and finding that our troops had retired, their crews landed, and, in a spirit of vindictive retaliation, burned the residences of three gentlemen in the neighborhood. The sufferers were Messrs. E. B. Lacy, W. T. Blassingham, and — Drake — the latter overseer on the farm of Mr. James Woodhouse, of this city. None of the parties upon whom these injuries were inflicted saved any of their household effects, and Mr. Lacy had not even time allowed him to secure his money, which was, with everything else that he had, destroye
Runaway. --$100 reward offered for negro man Walter, who ran away some time last summer and has lately been heard of in Richmond. He belongs to Mrs Parham, of Lynchburg; is about five feet high, of a dark brown color, with a scar on his chin. The above reward will be paid if he is secured in jail in Richmond, or delivered at the bookstore of. James Woodhouse &Co. ja 5--5t
Runaway. --$100 reward offered for negro man Walter, who ran away some time last summer and has lately been heard of in Richmond. He belongs to Mrs Parham, of Lynchburg; is about five feet high, of a dark brown color, with a scar on his chin. The above reward will be paid if he is secured in jail in Richmond, or delivered at the bookstore of James Woodhouse & Co. ja 5--5t§
Runaway. --$100 reward offered for negro man Walter, who ran away some time last summer and has lately been heard of in Richmond. He belongs to Mrs. Parham, of Lynchburg; is about five feet high, of a dark brown color, with a scar on his chin. The above reward will be paid if he is secured in jail in Richmond, or delivered at the book store of James Woodhouse &Co. ja 5--5t
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