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The Daily Dispatch: February 25, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 2 Browse Search
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, and by conciliation and compromise pursue that course which will produce harmony and prevent discord among ourselves. ResolvedThat in the judgment of this Convention, this Commonwealth should resist, with all her means, any attempt to coerce a seceded State. Resolved,That if the force of events shall present the alternative to Virginia of uniting either with the North or the South, in the opinion of this Convention her true position will be with the latter. By Mr. Wilson of Harrison: Resolved,That we, the people of Virginia, in Convention assembled, do adhere with patriotic devotion to the Union of these States, and that we will do so as long as the same can be perpetuated consistently with full security of all our constitutional rights and the maintenance of the equality of all the States. Resolved, That it is inexpedient and improper for the General Government to increase its forces at the forts, arsenals, and dock-yards, within the limits of Virginia, or
g, under command of Col. Davis, paraded on the 22d inst, as hereafter mentioned, near the city reservoir, for target practice. The prizes to be awarded to the best marksmen were three in number-- a saddle and bridle, presented by Mr. S. S. Contrell, and a saddle presented by trooper Wm. F. Mitchell. The first choice of saddles was won by private J. R. Roper; the second prize saddle rewarded the skill of private William Wayne, Jr., and the third (the bridle) that of Ord'ly Serg't J. R. Belcher. After bearing the verdict of the Judges, (Cols. Knight and Harrison, and Z. S. McGruder, Esq.,) the troop proceeded to Richmond, and were joined by the other county cavalry, the Verina. Troop, Capt. Mills, the two uniting with the First Regiment in celebrating the day. The whole number of Henrico dragoons, with the Virginia Troop inclusive, was 107. The total of cavalry in column, on the 22d, was upwards of 200. A very good display for this section of country; or, indeed, for any section.
Dead. --We regret to announce the death of our townsman, Philip Harrison, Jr., which occurred in this city on Saturday, from consumption, in the 33d year of his age. He was the son of the late well known Philip Harrison, Sr., a lawyer of the old regime. By profession a civil engineer, he had become favorably known the last few years of his life as a writer for the press, in which capacity he displayed enviable ability. Like everything human, he had his faults, but they were of the head, am consumption, in the 33d year of his age. He was the son of the late well known Philip Harrison, Sr., a lawyer of the old regime. By profession a civil engineer, he had become favorably known the last few years of his life as a writer for the press, in which capacity he displayed enviable ability. Like everything human, he had his faults, but they were of the head, and not of the heart. Very few men were gifted with a more congenial disposition or friendly nature than he. Peace to his soul.