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as a reply to your kind letter, your demand has been anticipated by my announcement in the Richmond papers of the 30th of October. I can but feel truly grateful for this evidence of continued confidence by so many of my fellow-citizens, and to promise by every effort of mine as a candidate, and as a representative if chosen, to continue worthy of the honor done me. Z. Kidwell. [a card.] To the Voters of the Sixteenth Congressional District, composed of the Counties of Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall, Weteal, Monongalia, Preston, and Marion. Fellow-Citizens:--In the latter part of April last, I was nominated by a Convention of the State-Rights party of our District as a candidate for Congress, and accepted the nomination, in a speech made to the members of the Convention at the time. In a few days thereafter I saw the ordinance prohibiting an election for Congress in May and postponing it to a day to be fixed by the Convention. I immediately withdrew from the c
or controlling, within said District, any lands, tenements, or hereditaments, goods, or chattels, rights, or credits, or any interest therein, of or for any alien enemy of the Confederate States of America, speedily to inform me of the same, and to render to me an account thereof, and, so far as practicable, to place the same in my hands. Any such person willfully failing to do so, will be guilty of slight misdemeanor and liable to be indicted, convicted, fined and imprisoned, as provided by law. And I also notify each and every citizen of the Confederate States speedily to give information to me, (as he is required by law,) of any and all lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods and chattles, rights and credits, within the said District, and of every right and interest therein held, owned, and possessed or enjoyed by or for any such alien enemy. Henry L. Brooke, Receiver for District No. 3. My office is room No. 7, Belvin's Block, fronting Bank st., Richmond. oc 9--1m