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federate and State authorities in building munitions of war and such other structures as they may require, provided it can be done without loss to the company. Resolved, That the President be directed to receive at par the bonds of the Confederate States in payment for transportation of soldiers and persons in their employment, and munitions of war, from and after the 15th inst. Resolved, That the President be directed to pay no debt due from this company to any Government, or the citiided it can be done without loss to the company. Resolved, That the President be directed to receive at par the bonds of the Confederate States in payment for transportation of soldiers and persons in their employment, and munitions of war, from and after the 15th inst. Resolved, That the President be directed to pay no debt due from this company to any Government, or the citizens or corporations of any Government, at war with the Confederate States, during the existence of the war.
Richmond and Danville Railroad. --At a meeting of the Board of Directors, on the 12th inst., the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That the President be authorized to use the force, shops and other property and furniture of the read for the purpose of aiding the Confederate and State authorities in building munitions of war and such other structures as they may require, provided it can be done without loss to the company. Resolved, That the President be directed to receive at par the bonds of the Confederate States in payment for transportation of soldiers and persons in their employment, and munitions of war, from and after the 15th inst. Resolved, That the President be directed to pay no debt due from this company to any Government, or the citizens or corporations of any Government, at war with the Confederate States, during the existence of the war.
Richmond and Danville Railroad. --At a meeting of the Board of Directors, on the 12th inst., the following resolutions were adopted: Resolved, That the President be authorized to use the force, shops and other property and furniture of the read for the purpose of aiding the Confederate and State authorities in building munitions of war and such other structures as they may require, provided it can be done without loss to the company. Resolved, That the President be directed to receive at par the bonds of the Confederate States in payment for transportation of soldiers and persons in their employment, and munitions of war, from and after the 15th inst. Resolved, That the President be directed to pay no debt due from this company to any Government, or the citizens or corporations of any Government, at war with the Confederate States, during the existence of the war.