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Sale of the Armory grounds.

--The bill offering for sale a portion of the Armory grounds for the purpose of procuring funds to build suitable quarters for the officers and men, provides that the Superintendent of the Armory shall cause to be marked off so much of the Armory grounds as may, in the opinion of the Governor and himself, be spared without impairing the efficiency of the Armory, as a place for the manufacture of arms as contemplated by law, and cause accurate maps thereof to be made, and shall advertise such surplus ground for sale, by inviting written proposals for the same up to the first day of December, 1861, and shall report a list of all such proposals to the Governor, to be by him submitted to the next General Assembly for its ratification or rejection. Another bill which has been introduced, having reference to the same matter, says that the Governor shall cause to be prepared suitable designs and plans for the buildings necessary for quarters for the Public Guard, and a depot for arms and munitions of war, and cause the same to be erected on a site to be selected and purchased by him and the Superintendent of the Armory for that purpose.

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