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The Daily Dispatch: March 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Carolinian volunteers as seen by a Northerner. (search)
ired by law. The amendment was adopted. Mr. Keen moved a further amendment, striking out "six months," so that executions would not be returnable under twelve months. Mr. Burks opposed the entire bill. He had intended to vote for a stay law, but as such an one could not be framed constitutionally for the relief of all classes of creditors, he should vote against the present bill. Messrs. Robertson and Wilson opposed the substitute, which was advocated by Messrs. Duckwall and Anderson, and the vote being called on the adoption of the substitute, in place of the original bill, the House refused by a tie vote--54 to 54. On the third reading of the bill, Mr. Kaufman moved to strike out the 3d section. Mr. Segar said the bill before the House was no stay law, and he would therefore move to indefinitely postpone the whole subject. The motion was agreed to — ayes 59, noes 36. The House was informed, by a message through Mr. Douglas, of the passage by the Se
that he had received two letters since he had arrived in the city stating that he would be assassinated. The fact was, that no man in the city knew that he was the man until after he had applied for the guard. The clerks in the office at the hotel swear that no letter came through the office for the "Kurnel," and that the hotel-keepers themselves knew not who he was until after he was put under guard. He also stated that he came on here to see Mr. Huger, the Postmaster, and not to see Maj. Anderson. The man was scared, and hence he lied. The servants at the hotel said his clothes were not made to order--the caterer said that he wore an old swallow-tail coat, bought at a "slop-shop," and that no one was a gentleman who did not have his clothes made to order. An elegant Government, that — bankrupt, corrupt, defunct, disgraced, and ignorant. For mercy's sake, beg all Virginians who have any respect for the Old Dominion, if not for themselves, not to take office under such men. V
Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from our mill, in Henrico county, on the 4th instant, a Negroman named Ned, about 24 years old, of dark, gingerbread color, slender frame, about 5 feet 8 inches high, and downcast expression when spoken to. We will give the above reward of $20 if he is returned to us in this city. He is supposed to be in Charles City county. C. E. & W. E. Anderson. mh 29--1t