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Fredericksburg, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 8
Sequestration. --By reference to our advertising columns, the public will find an important notice from Mr. Thomas T. Giles, who has been appointed a Receiver under the act of sequestration. We are authorized to state that in a few days, or as soon as Judge Halyburton can properly apportion the Eastern District of Virginia, several other Receivers will be appointed for the purpose of dividing the labors and of giving the greatest possible efficiency to the law. The appointment of other Receivers will prove of great convenience to the people of Lynchburg, Norfolk, Petersburg, and Fredericksburg, and other localities. The rules and regulations of the Attorney General of the Confederate States for the guidance of Receivers, and of others interested in the sequestration act, will appear in a few days, and the work of sequestration will then commence.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 8
Sequestration. --By reference to our advertising columns, the public will find an important notice from Mr. Thomas T. Giles, who has been appointed a Receiver under the act of sequestration. We are authorized to state that in a few days, or as soon as Judge Halyburton can properly apportion the Eastern District of Virginia, several other Receivers will be appointed for the purpose of dividing the labors and of giving the greatest possible efficiency to the law. The appointment of other Receivers will prove of great convenience to the people of Lynchburg, Norfolk, Petersburg, and Fredericksburg, and other localities. The rules and regulations of the Attorney General of the Confederate States for the guidance of Receivers, and of others interested in the sequestration act, will appear in a few days, and the work of sequestration will then commence.
Thomas T. Giles (search for this): article 8
Sequestration. --By reference to our advertising columns, the public will find an important notice from Mr. Thomas T. Giles, who has been appointed a Receiver under the act of sequestration. We are authorized to state that in a few days, or as soon as Judge Halyburton can properly apportion the Eastern District of Virginia, several other Receivers will be appointed for the purpose of dividing the labors and of giving the greatest possible efficiency to the law. The appointment of other Receivers will prove of great convenience to the people of Lynchburg, Norfolk, Petersburg, and Fredericksburg, and other localities. The rules and regulations of the Attorney General of the Confederate States for the guidance of Receivers, and of others interested in the sequestration act, will appear in a few days, and the work of sequestration will then commence.
Halyburton (search for this): article 8
Sequestration. --By reference to our advertising columns, the public will find an important notice from Mr. Thomas T. Giles, who has been appointed a Receiver under the act of sequestration. We are authorized to state that in a few days, or as soon as Judge Halyburton can properly apportion the Eastern District of Virginia, several other Receivers will be appointed for the purpose of dividing the labors and of giving the greatest possible efficiency to the law. The appointment of other Receivers will prove of great convenience to the people of Lynchburg, Norfolk, Petersburg, and Fredericksburg, and other localities. The rules and regulations of the Attorney General of the Confederate States for the guidance of Receivers, and of others interested in the sequestration act, will appear in a few days, and the work of sequestration will then commence.