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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2. (ed. Frank Moore), Doc. 125.-Southern Bank Convention. (search)
eorge S. Cameron. Tennessee.--Bank of Tennessee, G. C. Torbett; Branch Bank of Tennessee, Memphis, Jos. Lenow; Branch Bank of Tennessee, Knoxville, J. G. M. Ramsey. Virginia.--Farmers' Bank of Virginia, W. H. McFarland; Bank of Virginia, James Caskie, Alfred T. Harris, and John L. Bacon; Exchange Bank, L. W. Glazebrook and W. P. Strother; Bank of the Commonwealth, L. Nunnally, J. B. Norton, and James Alfred Jones; Merchants' Bank of Virginia, C. R. Slaughter; Danville Bank, W. T. Sutherlinters who have thus subscribed a portion of their cotton and other produce in aid of the Government, such moderate advances on the remainder of their crops as their necessities may require, to be refunded when the produce shall be sold. By Mr. James Caskie-- Resolved, That the several Banks of the Confederate States will receive and pay out the notes of each other, and also the Treasury notes that may be issued by the Confederate States for circulation, of all denominations, from five to on
McGuire, T. T. Fauntleroy, Jr., Robert Steele. Charlottesville. T. J. Randolph, George Carr, Socrates Maupin, Jas. Lobban. B. W. Snead, R. G. Crank, Wm. S. Dabney. Lewisburg. Samuel Price, Joel McPherson, Johnson E. Bell, Floyd Estell. R. B. Moorman, R. B. James, Austin Handley. Wytheville. Stephen McGavock, Ro. Crockett, Isaac J. Leftwich, Wm. Terry. A. T. Crockett, Gordon C. Kent. Wm. Gibboney. Bank of Virginia.Richmond. James Caskie, Archibald Thomas, William Gray, A. T. Harris, Thomas R. Price. R. Milton Cary, Joseph P. Jones, C. R. Barksdale, Jas. B. Ferguson, Jr. Norfolk. Myer Myers, George Reid, Wm. T. Harrison, P. P. Clements. Wm. Lamb, James E. Barry, Ryland Capps. Petersburg. Daniel Dodson, B. T. Hurt, E. G. James, J. P. May. Z. W. Pickerell, W. R. Johnson, S. W. Venable. Fredericksburg. W. P. Conway, D. H. Gordon, J. H. Bradley, Charles Herndon.
The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1861., [Electronic resource], A man killed by a lion at Astley's Theatre — a Thrilling scene. (search)
te of Outstanding Debt due to the Bank4,749,002.46 Denomination of notes issued: Post-Notes4,649.83 Ones and Twos9,895.00 Fives206,130.00 Tens326,565.00 Fifteens1,680.00 Twenties386,130.00 Fifties111,050.00 One Hundreds97,800.00 $1,143,899.83 Less Notes on hand of Bank and Branches and Cut Notes85,671.00 In Circulation$1,058,228.83 The undersigned, Directors of the Bank of Virginia, certify that the foregoing statement has been examined, and is believed to be correct: James Caskie, John L. Bacon, Alfred T. Harris, Joseph F. Jones, C. R. Barksdale, Wm. Gray, Arch'd Thomas. State of Virginia--City of Richmond, to wit: Wm. F. Taylor, Cashier of the Bank of Virginia, this day personally appeared before me, a Notary Public of the city aforesaid, and made oath that the annexed statement, made out from the books of the Bank and from the quarterly returns received from the Branches, is correct, to the best of his knowledge and belief.
and five wounded. One of the former was a man named Welch, whose head was shot off by a cannon ball. We took a good many prisoners, including three Colonels, five Captains and one Lieutenant, killed fifty or sixty, and wounded about the same number. When the enemy retreated he was pursued some distance by Capt. Jenkins' Cavalry company. The Blues were not in the engagement, being stationed some four miles distant, on the opposite side of the river. The company, we are gratified to learn, are doing well, although our correspondent thinks they have done more hard marching than any other company in Virginia. In the skirmish on Tuesday, Capts. Brock, Caskie and Becket's mounted companies were engaged, or detachments of them. The letter before us says that eighteen of the enemy were killed. A member of Brock's Rangers, named Lambert, was shot on the 18th instant, below the camp, by one of our sentinels, who supposed him to be an enemy. The wound was not considered mortal.
Carolina, at Cheraw, Allen Macfarlan; Bank of Georgetown, J. G. Henning; Bank of Chester, George S. Cameron. Tennessee.--Bank of Tennessee, G. C. Torbett; Branch Bank of Tennessee, Memphis, Jos. Lenow; Branch Bank of Tennessee, Knoxville, J. G. M. Ramsey. Virginia.--Farmers' Bank of Virginia, W. H. Macfarland; Bank of Virginia, James Caskie, Alfred T. Harris, and John L. Bacon; Exchange Bank, L. W. Glazebrock and W. P. Strother; Bank of the Commonwealth, L. Nunnally, J. B. Norton, and Jones Alfred Jones; Merchants' Bank of Virginia, C. R. Slaughter; the Danville Bank, W. T. Sutherlin; Bank of Richmond, Alexander Warwick; Traders' Bank of Richmond, Hector Davis, E. Denton, and Andrew Johnson. On motion of R. A. Cuyler, Esq., the Secretary read the resolutions adopted by the Convention at Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1861, as follows: Resolved, That this Convention do recommend to all the Banks in the Southern Confederacy to receive in payment of all dues to them
oad Bank, James Rose, J. K. Holmes; Farmers' and Exchange Bank, John S. Davice; People's Bank, D. D. McKay and James. S. Gibbes; Merchants' Bank of South Carolina, at Cheraw, Allen MacFarlan; Bank of Georgetown, J. G. Henning; Bank of Chester, George S. Cameron. Tennessee.--Bank of Tennessee, G. C. Torbett; Branch Bank of Tennessee, Memphis, Jos. Lenow; Branch Bank of Tennessee, Knoxville, J. G. M. Ramsey. Virginia.--Farmers' Bank of Virginia, W. H. McFarland; Bank of Virginia, James Caskie, Alfred T. Harris, and John L. Bacon; Exchange Bank, L. W. Glazebrook and W. P. Strother; Bank of the Commonwealth, L. Nunnally, J. B. Norton, and James Alfred Jones; Merchants' Bank of Virginia, C. R. Slaughter; the Danville Bank, W. T. Sutherlin; Bank of Richmond, Alexander Warwick; Traders' Bank of Richmond, Hector Davis, E. Denton, and Andrew Johnson. On motion of R. A. Cuyler, Esq., the Secretary read the resolutions adopted by the Convention at Atlanta, Georgia, June 3, 1861, a
antage to the public than almost any that could be devised. We are not prepared to say what trouble the measure would occasion to the Banks themselves. But as Mr. Caskie's proposition provides that all balances arising between them shall be liquidated in Treasury notes, we do not apprehend that the inconvenience could be very grtual provision for giving currency to their notes at a time like the present throughout a common country. We are glad to see, therefore, the proposition of Mr. Caskie. It alike looks to the correction of a great grievance suffered by the public, and to the compliance with a bounden obligation attaching to the Banks. The Bankficient. Mr. Memminger deserves great credit for suggesting the Treasury notes as a medium of universal exchange throughout the South; for as such, not only will the transactions of the Government be greatly facilitated, but the community itself will be relieved, upon the basis of Mr. Caskie's proposition, of a heavy grievance.
ing with great spirit and liberality to the calls of the Government, and subscribing largely in produce to the proposed loan for the defence of the Confederate States, it is hereby recommended to all the banks throughout the country to make to planters who have thus subscribed a portion of their cotton and other produce in aid of the Government, such moderate advances on the remainder of their crops as their necessities may require, to be refunded when the produce shall be sold. By Mr. James Caskie-- Resolved, That the several banks of the Confederate States will receive and pay out the notes of each other, and also the Treasury notes that may be issued by the Confederate States for circulation, of all denominations, from five to one hundred dollars; all balances between them, when required, to be settled in Treasury notes. Resolved, That each bank agreeing to an entering into this arrangement, be required to limit the circulation of its own notes, so that the amount sha
Sent on for trial. --Dennis Lynch was examined before a called Court of Hustings, consisting of Recorder Caskie and others, yesterday at 11 o'clock, at the City Hall, for having, on the 6th of April, thrust a sword in the leg of James Shea. The offence comes under the head of felonious, but the examination did not show any great amount of its chief ingredient, malice. The defendant was sent on, but the Court allowed him to give $500 bail for his appearance before Judge Lyons.
reason of the presence of the enemy on the road, a short distance from this city Mr. Whitcomb asked the permission of the Council to lay down a temporary track from the Virginia Central road to the depot of the Richmond and Fredericksburg road, on Broad street, promising that it should be made as temporary as possible, and offer no serious objections to the crossings. The permission asked for was granted. A petition was presented from Messrs. R. G. Morriss, Jos. L. Carrington & Co., James Caskie, Goddin & Apperson, and Wm. H. McFarland, owners of property on Bank Square, asking that A. Snyder & Co. be prohibited from erecting a foundry on said square, and representing the same to be a great nuisance, and liable seriously to injure the property of complainants and other inhabitants of that section of the city. The petition was referred to the Committee on Police. The Council went into the consideration of the question of burning or otherwise destroying the tobacco now stored
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