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Gauly Bridge Turnpike Company, by way of Clay C. H., terminating at the upper three forks of Sandy; by Mr. Bell, of changing the time of holding the Circuit Courts of Page county. Petitions, &c., Presented.--By Mr. Graham, the petition of Solomon D. Maxwell and others, asking for an extension of the Black Lack and Plaster Bank Turnpike; by Mr. Jones, of Appomattox, the petition of members of the County Court of Appomattox, asking authority to borrow money for the purchase of arms; by Mr. Morris, the petition of Robt. Alexander and others, to release John Ray from the payment of a fine; by the same, the petition of W. H. Cecil and others, for releasing Henry Snider from the penalties of a conviction for permitting unlawful gaming at his ordinary, in Marshall county; by Mr. Lucas, the petition of citizens of Giles and Monroe counties for a turnpike road; by Mr. Friend, the petition of Jas. Wallace, a free negro, to remain in the Commonwealth; by Mr. Graham, the resolves of a meetin
Duane, Captain Evans, stationed at Norfolk, Va, and almost a new vessel. Philip Allen. Captain Sands, stationed at Baltimore, Md., and almost a new vessel. Forward, Captain Nones, stationed at Wilmington, Del., an old vessel, and carries two guns. Harriet Lane, Captain Faunce, stationed at New York, is a new ship, propelled by steam, carries four 24-pound Dahlgren side guns, with a long 32-pound pivot gun forward, and a full crew. James Campbell, Captain Clarke, stationed at New London, Conn, nearly new, carries one 32-pound pivot gun, and is pierced for four side guns. Morris, Captain Whitcomb, stationed at Boston, is an old vessel, and carries two 12-pound guns. Caleb Cushing, Captain Walden, stationed at Portland, Me., hull in good condition, is pierced for four side guns, and could carry a pivot gun, but only has one 12-pounder on board. Jackson, Captain Carson, stationed at East-port, Me., hull good, carries two 12-pound guns and a good name.