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larendon; Bank of Commerce, Newbern, Bank of Fayetteville, and Bank of Washington, all 1 per cent. discount. Sales of Stocks in Richmond — reported by John A. Lancaster & son, for the week ending May 8 1862. Confederate States Bonds — sales at $98 ¼. Confederate States bonds--$100,000,000 issue — sales 95. Tennessee State bonds--(interest suspended,) sales, 100. Virginia 6 per cent. Registered Bonds, sales at 100. North Carolina State bonds — held at 11 Richmond City bonds — last sales 105 and int. Petersburg City Bonds — last sales 92. Exchange Bank stock — sales 97 ½. Farmers' Bank stock — sales, 96. Bank of Virginia stock — sales 67 ½. Bank of the Commonwealth stock--sales 9 Old Dominion Insurance Stock — sales, 25. Insurance Company of the State of Virginia--sales 24. Virginia Life Insurance Company Stock — last sales, $1.15. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance--32½. Richmond Fi
rel. Robertson's Hospital, corner of Main and 3d streets. St. Frances D'Sale, Brook Avenue, near Beacon Quarter Branch. Hospitals Generally opened Ligson and Howard's (factory) Hospitals, Main street, between 25th and street. Ross's (factory) Hospital the above--North side of Main. Crow's (factory) Hospital corner of Cary and 21st streets. Seabrook's Warehouse, corner of Grace and 18th streets. Kent. Paine & Code Hospital, Main, between 11th and 14th street. Keen, Baldwin & Co's Hospital, Main, below Governor street. St. Charles of Main and Wall street, Richard Main street, below 14th Maschic Hell, 25th street, Church Hill. Breeden Street, street, Shockoe Hill. Spotswood Hospital, under Spotswood Hotel. Mayo's and Dibre Warehouses, and the Danville workshops in Manchester, will be used us hospital as soon as the necessary arrangements can be made. Hospital tents are being erected at Howard's Grove.
Arrest. --A young man named Jas. Tate was arrested in Manchester last evening, by detective Washington Goodrich, on suspicion that he was the person who passed a $10 counterfeit Confederate note on Isaac Greentree's clerk, Moses Myers. The accused was carried before Commissioner Watson, but as Myers was unable to swear positively to the identity of the party, he was discharged from custody. Tate had no other money in his possession answering the description of the alleged counterfeit.