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Wanted --$120,000.--$20,000 wanted for one year, secured by mortgage on valuable realestat in Mississippi. $100,000 wanted for five years or mopre, secured by mortgage on valuable real estate in the State of Louisians. For particulars apply to. R. H. Maury &Co. mh 4--ts
conference. Mr. Brannon moved that the proposition be concurred in. The motion prevailed, and thereupon the chair appointed the following committee: Messrs. Brannon, Robertson, Day, Thomas of Henry, and Urquhart. Coupon bonds. On motion of Mr. Brannon, the resolution authorizing C. W. Purcell & Co. to convert certain coupon bonds held by them into the registered debt of the Stage (or other coupons) was taken up. Mr. Brannon moved to amend the resolution by including Messrs. R. H. Maury & Co. The amendment was agreed to, and the question being on the adoption of the resolution, it was lost for the want of a constitutional majority — ayes 19, noes 18. On motion of Mr. Coghill, the rules were suspended in order to allow him to take up the several bills and resolutions reported by him from the Committee for Courts of Justice, (above mentioned.) The motion was agreed to, and the bills were advanced to their third reading and passed. The resolution requiring the Aud
For Rent. --The office now occupied by us, under St. Charles Hotel. Possession given about 1st April. mh 7--ts R. H. Maury & Co.
The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The gunboat — patriotic appeal--Capt. Maury's Address. (search)
The gunboat — patriotic appeal--Capt. Maury's Address. Editors of the Dispatch: We send you for publication a copy of the address by Capt. Maury, for the Ladies' Defence Association. The address was read by the Rev. Or. Doggett, before the Association, in consequence of the unavoidable absence of Capt. Maury. It isCapt. Maury, for the Ladies' Defence Association. The address was read by the Rev. Or. Doggett, before the Association, in consequence of the unavoidable absence of Capt. Maury. It is our wish to publish, from time to time, the list of subscribers to the Association. The Dispatch will oblige the Association by giving a place in its columns to the following appeal: To the Ladies and gentlemen and Boys of Richmond and the surrounding country: In consequence of the great scarcity of iron, lead, and brCapt. Maury. It is our wish to publish, from time to time, the list of subscribers to the Association. The Dispatch will oblige the Association by giving a place in its columns to the following appeal: To the Ladies and gentlemen and Boys of Richmond and the surrounding country: In consequence of the great scarcity of iron, lead, and brass, it is of the utmost importance that every one should collect, and send to the Tredegar Works, all the metals they can, for the gunboat now to be built by the Ladies' Defence Association; a great deal of the successful accomplishment of this object will depend on this effort, and we urge every one in town and country to assist
Capt. Maury's Address. Flagrant war rages within our borders. The enemy has laid a tyrant's hand upon the green bosom of dear old Virginia. He is threatening her lovely fields with devastation; weak, aged, and defenceless women with outrage, and their protectors with ruin. A terrible crisis is upon our beloved Commonwealth. She is called upon to put forth all her energies; and while her sons are rushing to her defence, it becomes not her daughters to stand idle. Yielding to the impulties ever so small, will be thankfully received, if delivered at the Tredegar Iron Works, in this city, where it may be put into the furnace, reduced, and wrought into shape, or turned into shot and shell. Subscriptions in money, plate, or jewelry, should be sent to Mrs. R. H. Maury, Treasurer of the Association; if made in building materials, or tools, they should be sent to Capt. Farrand, Rocketts; and if in grain, or kind, to--; all in the city of Richmond. All papers please copy.
The gunboat fund. The following letter enclosed the sum of $200, which has been handed over to Mr. Maury, who has charge of the gunboat fund so patriotically begun by the ladies. We publish the letter of the patriotic contributor, who appeals justly and with proper emphasis to his fellow-countrymen, and especially the men of means, to aid in the important enterprise: Bristol April 7, 1862 To the Editors of the Dispatch: It affords pleasure to see an occasional response to the fund to build the gunboat Richmond Enclosed find check for two hundred dollars; place it in proper hands. We need many such boats as the one contemplated.--There is no telling the disasters that will befall us in the delay of their construction.--Why so much apathy among your princely merchants and elsewhere? Be not deceived — this contest cannot be carried on without individual sacrifices, and whilst so many can command thousands upon thousands to speculate in sugar, tobacco, cotton, bacon
Patsy --A bright mulatto girl, 16 or 17 years of age, ran off on Thursday last. Her apprehension, or any information that will lead to her arrest, will be duly rewarded. au 6--3t R. H. Maury & Co.
The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Money and stocks — the produce Market. (search)
Patsy --A bright mulatto girl, 16 or 17 years of age, ran off on Thursday last. Her apprehension, or any information that will lead to her arrest, will be duly rewarded. au 6--3t R. H. Maury &Co.
Patsy --A bright mulatto girl, 16 or 17 years of age, ran off on Thursday last. Her apprehension, or any information that will lead to her arrest, will be duly rewarded. R. H. Maury & Co. au 6--3t
Thirty dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the return of negro man Aaron. A short time ago he was hired at Crew's Hospital, and since then he has been looking for a home, but has not been seen for two weeks. He is about 24 years old, brown color, very high forehead, has a scar on or near the temple, large mouth, walks very erect, and stammers badly. Apply to James T. White. At R. H. Maury & Co.'s. se 1--3t
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