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Ohio Railroad. " It was read a third time and debated, and the question being on the passage of the bill, Mr. Walker demanded the previous question, which call was sustained. The vote on the bill was as follows. Yeas.--Messrs. Crutchfield, (Speaker,) Alderson, Anderson, Bailey, Ball, Ballard, Barbour, Baskerville, Bentley, Bisbie, Caperton, Carpenter, Carter, Chapman, Christian, Coleman, Duckwall, Edgington, Ferguson, Fleming, Frost, John T. Gibson, Grattan, Hanly, Harrison, Hackley, Hunter, Warner T. Jones, Kemper, Locke, Lockridge, Lucas, Magruder, Wm. Martin, Massie, Matthews, Maupin, McCamant, McCue, McDowell, McGruder, John R. Miller, Montague, Morgan, Myers, Newton, Orgain, Patterson, Preston, Rutherford, Saunders, Seddon, Sibert, Isaac N. Smith, Staples, Thompson, Tyler, Walker, Ward, Welch, Willcox, Witten, and Woolfolk--63. Nays.--Messrs. Arnold, Bassel, Bell, Booker, Brown, Burks, Cassin, Childs, Collier, Crane, Crump, Davis, Dickenson, Edwards, Ferrill, Friend,
The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Southern Confederacy--an Answer to the Charleston Mercury. (search)
-Senate--Mr. Bragg presented his credentials, as successor of Senator Clingman, from the State of North Carolina for the next term. Mr. Hale's resolution for the discontinuance of the postal service in the seceded States was taken up. Mr. Hunter said if these States were within the Union the Government had no power to deprive them of the right, under the Constitution, of mail facilities. He disliked the word insurrection — it looked to coercion, and was the first step to war and all ito have a peaceable separation. If that was understood to-day, commerce and trade would resume its regular channels, and the country would again be prosperous. Mr. Doolittle said this was not a coercive measure, but was one of peace. Mr. Hunter was glad to learn that the Senator from Wisconsin did not vote for this bill as a coercive measure. He hoped no party would commit itself to coercion; but, if such was not the intention, he saw no need of the bill. Mr. Fegenden defended t
er week; in private rooms, $7 to $15 per week. Slaves--$5 per week. Lee than a week, $1 per day; but not to exceed $5 per week. Fractions over the first week 71 cents per day. No extra charges except for surgical operations, and then an additional fee ranging from $2 to $30 will be charged. Bills payable on the removal of the patient. No small-pox admitted. A covered spring wagon will convey patients to and from the Hospital when desired. Orders may be left at the Hospital, or at the office of A. L. Holladay, 12th street, between Main and Cary. The subscriber, who has been connected with the institution since its foundation, having taken assistants, solicits a continuance of the liberal patronage of his friends and of the public generally. Attending Physician and Surgeon. James Bolton, M. D., Grace street, between 4th and 5th. assistants; C. W. P. Brock, M. D., Church Hill, cor. 25th and Marshall sts. C. M. Hunter, Resident Physician. ja 18--ly