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wn to be repeated. His acts and his character are identified with the history of our State and country, and are known in Europe. I am confident that no dissenting voice will be heard upon the passage of these resolutions. It is in consequence of my representations. It is in consequence of my representing. this district that I felt it incumbent on me to make these few remarks. Mr. Robertson was followed by Mr.Collier of Petersburg, Mr. Dickinson of Prince Edward, and Mr. Isbell of Jefferson. We regret that we have not space to add to the above even the substance of their feeling and eloquent remarks upon the character and services of the subject of the resolutions. It was evident that in the tributes that were thus paid, it was the aim of the several speakers to rest the merits of the distinguished statesman upon the single and appropriate language of justice and truth. The committee nominated on the part of the Senate to meet the committee on the part of the House, to
lo House, and is insured in the Valley Company for $5,000; his loss is perhaps $2,000. Mr. A. Bodeker owned the wood and store buildings; he is insured in Richmond for $1,500--his loss is double that amount. The old "Stone Tavern" is where Jefferson, Madison, and their colleagues, originated the University of Virginia, and where La Fayette was received and welcomed by Mr. Jefferson and our citizens. It has been on fire several times, but escaped destruction till the present time. Misred in Richmond for $1,500--his loss is double that amount. The old "Stone Tavern" is where Jefferson, Madison, and their colleagues, originated the University of Virginia, and where La Fayette was received and welcomed by Mr. Jefferson and our citizens. It has been on fire several times, but escaped destruction till the present time. Miss Margaret Rives, the sister of the Hon. Wm. C. Rives, died this morning at Carlton, near town, the residence of Alexander Rives, Esq. Monticello.