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West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
Pierpoint's message. The traitor Pierpoint has issued what he calls his message, to the State Legislature of Western Virginia. The tone of the document is very hopeful, and the bogus Governor seems able to discover some patches of clear sky through the political clouds that overshadow the land. He says: I have already mentioned that the people of that portion of Virginia over which reorganized State government has prevailed, had contributed their full proportion of soldiers to the army of the Union. We have now ten full regiments in the field for three years service, besides three artillery companies. Three more regiments are rapidly filling up. Of this force, from the best estimate I have been able to procure, three-fourths are residents of Virginia, the other fourth being from Ohio and Pennsylvania. The citizens of those States have been anxious to enter our service, and meet the common enemy on the soil of Virginia. We thank them for the zeal they have displayed in
Weston, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
e interests both of the public and their own stockholders, to additional legislation is, I think, necessary at this period respecting them. I desire, however, to call your especial attention to the branch of the Exchange Bank of Virginia, at Weston. It should, I think, be made an independent bank, thus severing the connection between it and the parent bank and other branches. The parent bank is located at Norfolk. It, as well as the other branches east of the Alleghany mountains, has madhanged their own issues to a large amount for the Confederate Treasury notes, which, as a ready states, are now thirty per cent, discount at Richmond, and are intrinsically valueless. The State owns a large amount of the capital of the branch at Weston, end the people of Lewis county the balance. I am informed that the branch is, itself, in very good condition, and there is no reason why the interest of the State and of the stockholders in Lewis county should be sacrificed by continuing its co
United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
in the support of the families of our volunteers who are in the United States service by of our soldiers have left their families in strai ethe volunteers of the State when called into the service of the United States. I devoted almost the entire civil contingent fund to that purthe purpose here indicated, in order that all such advances for United States service may go regularity upon the books in the Auditor's and Td be entered as they occur, to the debt of the Treasurer of the United States. I refer you to the Auditor's report, accompanying this, fheir property are protected by the laws of the State and of the United States, and yet they deny the obligation on their part to support the The property, however, of soldiers, while in the service of the United States, should be protected from execution or attachment; and persons st of the Alleghany mountains, has made large advances to the Confederate States and to the Secession State Government at Richmond. They have
Pennsylvania (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 4
ly filling up. Of this force, from the best estimate I have been able to procure, three-fourths are residents of Virginia, the other fourth being from Ohio and Pennsylvania. The citizens of those States have been anxious to enter our service, and meet the common enemy on the soil of Virginia. We thank them for the zeal they haveigations for the services they have rendered, that to meet the enemy upon our soil and drive him over the Alleghany mountains, was the surest protection to Western Pennsylvania and Southern Ohio.--Let us cheerfully recognize the great principle that we are each and all banded together in one great cause — to maintain the Constitut all aged and sexes, and that many of these must be kept at home to defend their own families and homes from rapine and murder, to which the people of Ohio and Pennsylvania have not been exposed, we may justly claim that we have done our duty in support of the common cause. I recommend that some provision be made out of the S
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
e entered as they occur, to the debt of the Treasurer of the United States. I refer you to the Auditor's report, accompanying this, for a full report on the finances of the State. When the State Government was organized, great apprehension was felt that difficulties would exist in raising the funds necessary to carry it on. But by the aid of the taxes collected in eleven counties, and of the amount received from the Federal Government, on account of the distributable share of the State of Virginia of the sales of the public lands, under the act of Congress passed in 1841, we have had full means for supplying the wants of the civil service, leaving a balance of eighty thousand dollars in the treasury on the 30th of September last. Owing to the disloyalty of the sheriffs in other counties, nothing was received from them prior to that date. But the State Government has since been reorganized in a large number of these counties, and loyal sheriffs are now actively employed in coll
Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 4
h being from Ohio and Pennsylvania. The citizens of those States have been anxious to enter our service, and meet the common enemy on the soil of Virginia. We thank them for the zeal they have displayed in our defence — It will ever be gratefully remembered by all Western Virginias. Nor can it lessen our obligations for the services they have rendered, that to meet the enemy upon our soil and drive him over the Alleghany mountains, was the surest protection to Western Pennsylvania and Southern Ohio.--Let us cheerfully recognize the great principle that we are each and all banded together in one great cause — to maintain the Constitution and the Union, and to protect and defend each other. When it is recollected that the loyal population of that part of Virginia which is under the reorganized State government cannot be estimated to exceed two hundred and twenty thousand persons, of all aged and sexes, and that many of these must be kept at home to defend their own families and home
Lewis County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
large amount for the Confederate Treasury notes, which, as a ready states, are now thirty per cent, discount at Richmond, and are intrinsically valueless. The State owns a large amount of the capital of the branch at Weston, end the people of Lewis county the balance. I am informed that the branch is, itself, in very good condition, and there is no reason why the interest of the State and of the stockholders in Lewis county should be sacrificed by continuing its connection with the institutionderate Treasury notes, which, as a ready states, are now thirty per cent, discount at Richmond, and are intrinsically valueless. The State owns a large amount of the capital of the branch at Weston, end the people of Lewis county the balance. I am informed that the branch is, itself, in very good condition, and there is no reason why the interest of the State and of the stockholders in Lewis county should be sacrificed by continuing its connection with the institution east of the mountains.
Pierpoint (search for this): article 4
Pierpoint's message. The traitor Pierpoint has issued what he calls his message, to the State Legislature of Western Virginia. The tone of the document is very hopeful, and the bogus Governor seems able to discover some patches of clear sky through the political clouds that overshadow the land. He says: I have already mentioned that the people of that portion of Virginia over which reorganized State government has prevailed, had contributed their full proportion of soldiers to the army of the Union. We have now ten full regiments in the field for three years service, besides three artillery companies. Three more regiments are rapidly filling up. Of this force, from the best estimate I have been able to procure, three-fourths are residents of Virginia, the other fourth being from Ohio and Pennsylvania. The citizens of those States have been anxious to enter our service, and meet the common enemy on the soil of Virginia. We thank them for the zeal they have displayed i
December 30th (search for this): article 4
t apprehension was felt that difficulties would exist in raising the funds necessary to carry it on. But by the aid of the taxes collected in eleven counties, and of the amount received from the Federal Government, on account of the distributable share of the State of Virginia of the sales of the public lands, under the act of Congress passed in 1841, we have had full means for supplying the wants of the civil service, leaving a balance of eighty thousand dollars in the treasury on the 30th of September last. Owing to the disloyalty of the sheriffs in other counties, nothing was received from them prior to that date. But the State Government has since been reorganized in a large number of these counties, and loyal sheriffs are now actively employed in collecting the taxes therein for the present year, which will largely augment the receipts of the revenue. I respectfully call your attention to the suggestions made by the Auditor in his report in regard to the appropriations of
I refer you to the Auditor's report, accompanying this, for a full report on the finances of the State. When the State Government was organized, great apprehension was felt that difficulties would exist in raising the funds necessary to carry it on. But by the aid of the taxes collected in eleven counties, and of the amount received from the Federal Government, on account of the distributable share of the State of Virginia of the sales of the public lands, under the act of Congress passed in 1841, we have had full means for supplying the wants of the civil service, leaving a balance of eighty thousand dollars in the treasury on the 30th of September last. Owing to the disloyalty of the sheriffs in other counties, nothing was received from them prior to that date. But the State Government has since been reorganized in a large number of these counties, and loyal sheriffs are now actively employed in collecting the taxes therein for the present year, which will largely augment the rece