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B. Carden, 3d do.; Geo. M. Moon, 4th do.; Silas R. Bostick, 1st Corporal; J. J. Cole, 2d do.; Thomas L. Roberts, 3d do.; John L. Burnes, 4th do. Sixty brave and patriotic sons of the South responded to the call, and no doubt our company will number one hundred in a few days. Our Captain leaves for Richmond to-day, for the purpose of procuring arms and uniforms. Our company is now anxiously awaiting a call, and will no doubt gladly respond. A Member. Washington College, Va., April 24th. It is a historical fact that the students of Washington College, (then Liberty Hall Academy,) in 1776, marched, with Rev. Wm. Graham at their head, to Rockfish Gap, in order to keep back Tarleton from invading West Virginia, and now they are as ready to keep back Lincoln and his hirelings from invading the soil of Virginia. To-day we organized a volunteer company, called "Liberty Hall Volunteers." The company numbers 60 men. Prof. Alex. L. Nelson (Professor of Mathematics) was elect
Telegraphic dispatches. New Orleans, April 24 --The war fever here is raging intenselyerve guard of 10,000 men. New York, April 24. --The steamer Daylight is to sail withAlabama and James Adger. Van Buren, April 24. --The Van Buren Press newspaper, the lroops now occupy the fort. Trenton, April 24. --Governor Olden has called for an ext to meet on Tuesday next. New York, April 24. --The steamship Persia, which was to hr those States. Newberryport, Mass, April 24. --Caleb Cushing addressed the citizenstate or of the Union. Chambersburg, April 24. --The 7th and 8th regiments of Pennsylrstown, by every train. Cincinnati, April 24. --Ogilvie Byron Young was arrested lasourt to-morrow morning. Providence, April 24. --The second regiment, under Col. Putnment during the Revolution. Boston, April 24. --The U. S. steam frigate Niagara, whi[2 more...]
thwith forward the same to the Governor of this Commonwealth, who shall count the said votes in ascertaining the result of the said election in the State. 9. That the election for members of Congress for this State to the House of Representatives of the Congress of the United States, required by law to be said on the fourth Thursday in May next, is hereby suspended and prohibited until otherwise ordained by this Convention. Done in Convention, in the city of Richmond, on the twenty-fourth day of April, eighteen hundred and sixty-one, and in the eighty-fifth year of the Commonwealth of Virginia. A true copy. John L. Eubank, Secretary of Convention. Executive Department,April 27, 1861. The following Ordinances of the Convention of this Commonwealth are published by its order for general information. George W. Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. An Ordinance Concerning the Commissary Department Be it Ordained, That the Commissary General A
ican, and South, of Saturday last. We make up from them the following summary of news! From Annapolis. Annapolis, April 24. --Yesterday the Naval Academy here presented a more warlike appearance than ever--two steamers were constantly en Mo., have made an appropriation for a Home Guard, for the defence of the city. Excitement in Memphis. Memphis, April 24. --The excitement in this city is at a high pitch. Volunteers are enlisting for the Southern army. Business is atland. His nephew has enlisted in a Pennsylvania regiment. Rumor of an attack on Cairo, Illinois. Cairo, Ill., April 24. --About two thousand troops have already arrived here. All is quiet but a rumor is prevalent that a regiment of orrow issue a proclamation calling the Legislature together on the 6th of May. Speech of John Bell. Louisville, April 24. --The Nashville papers contain a speech made by John Bell yesterday, advocating a strong military league of all t