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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], The seizure of the New Orleans Mint, &c. (search)
No more arms for Virginia. We learn from the Norfolk Day Book that. Captain Parrish, of the steamship Yorktown, plying between Richmond, Norfolk and New York city, was informed on his recent trip that he must take no more arms on board his vessel for Virginia, and that it, disregarding this injunction, he took on any they would be seized! It is thus that our fellow-citizens of the North, who affect so much regard for Virginia, are showing their distrust of her, and endeavoring to deprive her people of the means of self-defence, should she find it necessary to assert her rights. This measure of hostility, which is an outrage upon the rights of our people, utterly unjustifiable upon any pretext, is aggravated by the attitude of Virginia, who, in the language of President Tyler, "is making every possible effort to redeem and save the Union." It comes from the greatest beneficiary of the vast trade of Virginia! It is due to the city of New York, however, to say that the police w
U. S. Treasury. --On the 21st ult., there was $2,089,297 in the U. S. Treasury subject to draft, of which $27,592 was at Richmond, $60,655 at Norfolk, and $9,304 at Wilmington, N. C. A transfer of $50,000 was ordered to Norfolk. U. S. Treasury. --On the 21st ult., there was $2,089,297 in the U. S. Treasury subject to draft, of which $27,592 was at Richmond, $60,655 at Norfolk, and $9,304 at Wilmington, N. C. A transfer of $50,000 was ordered to Norfolk.
The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Convention of States at Washington. (search)
New York, Feb. 1. --Cl'd. schr. T. J. Tull Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Alice, Norfolk. Plymouth, Jan. 15. --Arr'd,schr. Europs, Wilmington,N. C., for London. Philadelphia, Feb. 1. --Arr'd, steamship City of Richmond, Richmond. Cl'd, schr. B. D. Pitts, Petersburg.Feb. 2-- Cl'd, schr. L. Andendried, Richmond. Lewis, Del., Feb. 1. -- Schr.Geo. F. Brown, of Cape May, Capt. Joline, bound to Norfolk with a load of wood, was towed in by the Atland, schr. B. D. Pitts, Petersburg.Feb. 2-- Cl'd, schr. L. Andendried, Richmond. Lewis, Del., Feb. 1. -- Schr.Geo. F. Brown, of Cape May, Capt. Joline, bound to Norfolk with a load of wood, was towed in by the Atlantic, having been struck by a heavy squall from N. W., which carried away fore gaff and split fore sail, and the schooner would probably have foundered but for the timely aid of the Atlantic. Captain Jones, of the Forward, promptly offered assistance to repair damages.
Naval intelligence, &c. Boston, Jan. 31. --The United State brig Bainbridge is being rapidly fitted for sea at the Charlestown Navy-Yard. The Merchants' and Miners' Steamship Company of steamships, owned in Baltimore and Boston, has discontinued trips to Savannah, and will hereafter run to Baltimore and Norfolk.