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Treasury Office of Virginia, Richmond, October 15th, 1860. Dear Sir: --In conformity to law, I herewith transmit a synopses of the financial operations of this Department for the fiscal year, ending the 30th September, 1860 I am, very respectfully, your Excellency's ob't servant, John S. Calvert. Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Virginia. To John Letcher, Esq., Governor of Virginia. Synopsis. Aggregate balance in the Treasury on the morning of the 1st day of October, 1859, as per last annual synopsis$222,885.00 To the credit of the Commonwealth$104,013.36 To the credit of the Literary Fund42,519.69 To the credit of the Board of Public Works9,217.23 To the credit of the Sinking Fund67,137.72 222,888.00 Received from the 1st day of October, 1859, to the 30th of September, 1860 On account of the Commonwealth$4,182,510.27 On account of the Literary Fund495,518.60 On account of the Board of Public Works1,800,417.18 On account of the Sinki
its capital. Resolution. By Mr. Ball That the Committee for Courts of Justice inquire into the expediency of providing for the taking of acknowledgments of deeds and the writing by persons in the military service. Election of officers. On motion of Mr. Armstrong, the joint order of the day — postponed from yesterday — having for its object the election of certain State officers, was taken up, and the Senate proceeding to the execution of the same, the following candidates were declared elected for two years from the 2d day of January next: Storekeeper of the Penitentiary.--R. M. Nimmo, of Richmond. First Auditor.--J. M. Bennett, of Lewis. Second Auditors.--Henry W. Thomas, of Fairfax. Secretary of the Commonwealth.--G. W. Munford, of Richmond. Treasurer.--J. S. Calvert, of Shenandoah. Register of the Land Office.--Stafford H. Parker, of Caroline. Public Printer.--Wm. F. Ritchie, of Richmond. On motion the Senate adjourned
and sent to the Senate. A bill for the relief of Levi Johnson was rejected — ayes 6, noes 70. Election of State officers. The special order of the day, being the election of a General Agent and Storekeeper of the Penitentiary, was called. For this office Mr. Robertson, of Richmond, nominated Walter D. Blair; Mr. Crockett nominated Mitchell B. Tate; Mr. Mallory nominated John T. Knote; Mr. Corenove nominated Robert M. Nimme. On the 9th ballot Mr. Mimmo was duly elected. A message was received from the Senate with the following nominations for the remaining officer: First Auditor, J. M., Sennett; Second Auditor, Henry W. Thomas, of Fairfax; Treasurer. John S. Calvert; Register Land. Office, Stafford H. Parker; Public Printer. W. F. Ritchie; Secretary of the Commonwealth, George W. Munford. No additional nominations were made by the House. The vote was taken, and all the gentlemen designated were unanimously elected, and so declared by the Speaker. Adjourned.
Treasury Office of Virginia,Richmond, Oct. 8, 1863. Dear Sir In conformity to law, I herewith transmit a synopsis of the financial operations of this department, for the fiscal year ending 30th September, 1863. I am, very respectfully,Your Excellency's ob't serv't, John S. Calvert. Treas'r of the Comm'th of Va. To John Letcher,Gov'r of Va. synopsis: Aggregate balance in the Treasury on the morning of the 1st day of October, 1862, as per last annual synopsis$563,794.44 To the credit of the Commonwealth.$434,778.96. To the credit of the Literary fund12,179.12 To the credit of the Board of Public Works.12,669.16 To the credit of the Sinking fund104,167.20 563,794.44 Received from the 1st day of October, 1862, to the 30th day of September, 1863, inclusive: On account of the Commonwealth.16,874,995.51 On account of the Literary fund.119,834.83 On account of the Board of Public Works.1,626,001.78 On account of the Sinking fund.2,073,542.44 20,194,3
ry was adopted to ascertain whether, under the terms of the Confederate Constitution, it is the duty of the General Assembly to elect a Confederate States Senator at the present session. The two Houses proceeded to the execution of the joint order for the election of State officers, when the following gentlemen were chosen by the joint vote: Geo. W. Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. J. M. Bennett, Auditor of Public Accounts. Henry W. Thomas, Second Auditor. John S. Calvert, Treasurer. S. H. Parker, Register of the Land Office. Colin Bass, Superintendent of the Penitentiary. The election of Public Printer was postponed until the 18th of February inst. The following bills were passed: A bill authorizing the collection of dividends from the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, due the city of Norfolk. A bill to authorize the sale of certain slaves now in the penitentiary. A bill vacating the commissions of officers of the line of the m