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Wheeling, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 9
sealed with the Less Seal of the Comonwealth, and made patent. Witness, F. H. Pierpont, Esq., our said Governor, at Wheeling, this fourth of June, in the year 1863, and in the eighty-seventh year of the Commonwealth. By the Governor, F. H. PEsq., President Exchange Bank, and enclosing two printed papers, dated respectively on the 4th and 12th of June last, at Wheeling, signed "F. H. Pierpont," as Governor of Virginia, appointing them "Directors on behalf of the Commonwealth in Exchange the Board of Directors a paper dated June 4th, 1863, purporting to emanate from the Executive Department of Virginia at Wheeling, and signed by F. H. Pierpont, as Governor of Virginia, which said paper appointed the above-named persons and Simon Stoin person to the Board of Directors a paper dated June 4th, 1863, purporting to emanate from the Executive Department at Wheeling, and signed by F. H. Pierpont as Governor of Virginia, which said paper appointed the above-named persons and William Wa
William Pettit (search for this): article 9
that our Governor, in pursuance of authority vested in the Executive by law, hath constituted and appointed John Fisher, Wm. H. Brooks, Col. Simon Stone, and William Pettit, Directors on behalf of the Commonwealth in the Branch of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, to execute the duties of that office according to law. of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, at a meeting held at their banking house on the 30th day of July, 1863. Whereas John Fisher, W. H. Brooks, and W. Pettit, this day presented in person to the Board of Directors a paper dated June 4th, 1863, purporting to emanate from the Executive Department of Virginia at Wheelingchmond: Therefore. Resolved, That this Board cannot, will their sense of their rights and duties, recognize the claim of the said John Fisher, W. H. Brooks, W. Pettit, and Simon Stone to take seats at this Board as Directors, and that they be so notified by sending them a copy of this resolution. A true copy. A. Tunstall,
John Fisher (search for this): article 9
ved by the Directors just named: The Commonwealth of Virginia. To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting: Know ye that our Governor, in pursuance of authority vested in the Executive by law, hath constituted and appointed John Fisher, Wm. H. Brooks, Col. Simon Stone, and William Pettit, Directors on behalf of the Commonwealth in the Branch of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, to execute the duties of that office according to law. In testimony whereof, these, mpudent and treasonable communication: Copy of a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors at the office of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, at a meeting held at their banking house on the 30th day of July, 1863. Whereas John Fisher, W. H. Brooks, and W. Pettit, this day presented in person to the Board of Directors a paper dated June 4th, 1863, purporting to emanate from the Executive Department of Virginia at Wheeling, and signed by F. H. Pierpont, as Governor of Virgin
F. H. Pierpont (search for this): article 9
recognize the State Directors appointed by the bogus Governor Pierpont, or allow them to take seats at the Board. The Virgi Virginia." In accordance with this act, His Excellency Gov. Pierpont, appointed on the 4th day of June last.-- W.eal of the Comonwealth, and made patent. Witness, F. H. Pierpont, Esq., our said Governor, at Wheeling, this fourth of -seventh year of the Commonwealth. By the Governor, F. H. Pierpont. L. A. Hagans, Secretary of the Commonwealth. on the 4th and 12th of June last, at Wheeling, signed "F. H. Pierpont," as Governor of Virginia, appointing them "Directors tive Department of Virginia at Wheeling, and signed by F. H. Pierpont, as Governor of Virginia, which said paper appointed tom the Executive Department at Wheeling, and signed by F. H. Pierpont as Governor of Virginia, which said paper appointed thncern," whether one John Letcher, traitor, or His Excellency F. H. Pierpont is to be recognized as Governor of the territory
L. A. Hagans (search for this): article 9
Stone, and William Pettit, Directors on behalf of the Commonwealth in the Branch of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, to execute the duties of that office according to law. In testimony whereof, these, our letters, are sealed with the Less Seal of the Comonwealth, and made patent. Witness, F. H. Pierpont, Esq., our said Governor, at Wheeling, this fourth of June, in the year 1863, and in the eighty-seventh year of the Commonwealth. By the Governor, F. H. Pierpont. L. A. Hagans, Secretary of the Commonwealth. Accordingly, on the 27th ult., the Directors first named, armed with this authority, proceeded to the Exchange Bank and demanded their seats. The rebel Directors asked for time to consider the matter, which was granted, and which was employed by them in concocting the insulting letter below: Exchange Bank of Virginia,Norfolk, August 1, 1863. Messrs. W. W. Wing, D. C. Crowell, Wm. R. Jones, T. Patterson, and F. Zantzinger: Gentlemen
G. W. Camp (search for this): article 9
63. Messrs. W. W. Wing, D. C. Crowell, Wm. R. Jones, T. Patterson, and F. Zantzinger: Gentlemen — I send you herewith a copy of a resolution,&c., passed by the Board of Directors of the Bank at their meeting this morning. Respectfully. G. W. Camp, Cashier. Copy of resolution, &c. The President laid before the Board a letter signed by W. W. Wing, D. C. Crowell, Wm. R. Jones, T. Patterson, and F. Zantzinger, dated July 31st, 1863. and addressed to W. W. Sharp, Esq., President Ex Crowell, Jones, Patterson, and Zantzinger; and it was. Ordered, That the Cashier deliver a copy of this resolution to Messrs. Wing, Crowell, Jones, Patterson, and Zantzinger, in reply to their letter. A true copy from the minutes. G. W. Camp, Cashier. The Directors next mentioned proceeded to the Bank of Virginia on the 28th ult., presented their credentials and demanded their seats as members of the board of officers. They were requested to wait a little. In the cours
Samuel Patterson (search for this): article 9
Governor. on behalf of the State; Provided, however, that five of the nine Directors, for each parent Bank, and four of the seven Directors for each of the Branches, shall hereafter be appointed by the Governor on behalf of the State, for the Bank of Virginia, the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, and the Exchange Bank of Virginia, and the Bank of the Valley of Virginia." In accordance with this act, His Excellency Gov. Pierpont, appointed on the 4th day of June last.-- W. W. Wing, Samuel Patterson, D. C. Crowell, F. Zantzinger, and W. R. Jones, Directors of the Exchange Bank in this city. Peter H. Whitehurst, John T. Daniels, T. P. Crowell, and William Ward, Directors of the Bank of Virginia in this city. In addition to the persons mentioned in the following commission, one similar to which was received by the Directors just named: The Commonwealth of Virginia. To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting: Know ye that our Governor, in pursuance of au
Peter H. Whitehurst (search for this): article 9
4th day of June last.-- W. W. Wing, Samuel Patterson, D. C. Crowell, F. Zantzinger, and W. R. Jones, Directors of the Exchange Bank in this city. Peter H. Whitehurst, John T. Daniels, T. P. Crowell, and William Ward, Directors of the Bank of Virginia in this city. In addition to the persons mentioned in the followiniarism upon the treason of Governor Letcher's friends in the Bank of Virginia: Office of the Bank of Virginia, Norfolk, Va., July 28, 1863. Whereas, P. H. Whitehurst, Thos. P. Crowell, and J. T. Daniels, this day presented in person to the Board of Directors a paper dated June 4th, 1863, purporting to emanate from the Exeichmond and by the Executive: Therefore, Resolved, That this, Board cannot, with their sense of their rights and duties, recognize the claim of the said P. H. Whitehurst, T. P. Crowell, J. T. Daniels, and William Ward, to take their seat at this Board as Directors, and that they be so notified by sending them a copy of this r
D. C. Crowell (search for this): article 9
y Gov. Pierpont, appointed on the 4th day of June last.-- W. W. Wing, Samuel Patterson, D. C. Crowell, F. Zantzinger, and W. R. Jones, Directors of the Exchange Bank in this city. Peter H. etter below: Exchange Bank of Virginia,Norfolk, August 1, 1863. Messrs. W. W. Wing, D. C. Crowell, Wm. R. Jones, T. Patterson, and F. Zantzinger: Gentlemen — I send you herewith a copy py of resolution, &c. The President laid before the Board a letter signed by W. W. Wing, D. C. Crowell, Wm. R. Jones, T. Patterson, and F. Zantzinger, dated July 31st, 1863. and addressed to W. WResolved, That this Board does not recognize the rights and privileges claimed by Messrs. Wing, Crowell, Jones, Patterson, and Zantzinger; and it was. Ordered, That the Cashier deliver a copy of this resolution to Messrs. Wing, Crowell, Jones, Patterson, and Zantzinger, in reply to their letter. A true copy from the minutes. G. W. Camp, Cashier. The Directors next mentione
William H. Brooks (search for this): article 9
nts shall come, Greeting: Know ye that our Governor, in pursuance of authority vested in the Executive by law, hath constituted and appointed John Fisher, Wm. H. Brooks, Col. Simon Stone, and William Pettit, Directors on behalf of the Commonwealth in the Branch of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, to execute the duties at the office of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at Norfolk, at a meeting held at their banking house on the 30th day of July, 1863. Whereas John Fisher, W. H. Brooks, and W. Pettit, this day presented in person to the Board of Directors a paper dated June 4th, 1863, purporting to emanate from the Executive Department of Virembled at Richmond: Therefore. Resolved, That this Board cannot, will their sense of their rights and duties, recognize the claim of the said John Fisher, W. H. Brooks, W. Pettit, and Simon Stone to take seats at this Board as Directors, and that they be so notified by sending them a copy of this resolution. A true copy. A
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