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Virginia Mechanics' Institute. --At an adjourned meeting of the Institute, held on Thursday night last, the following officers and managers were elected: President — A. M. Bailey. Vice-Presidents--Thos. H. Wynne and Wm. Macfarland. Recording Secretary — J. W. Lewellen. Corresponding Secretary — H. P. Edmond. Treasurer — Samuel P. Mitchell. Auditor — George W. Anderson. Board of Managers.-- Geo. Bargamin, James D. Browne, E. B. Spence, S. S. Cottrell, Geo. A. Ainslie, H. R. Burger, John W. McKell, James T. Pemberton, Wm. W. Snead, Jos. F. Powell, James Kersey. John H. Johnson, James A. Scott, John McFarland, John Tyler, John P. Tyler, Geo.. S Lownes, Chas. W. Allen, A. J. Bowers, and Oliver Davis. The Board are to meet at the Hall on Tuesday night next, for organization and the election of Standing Committees, at which time every member who intends to serve ought to be at his post. The Institute is now in a flourishing condition; bu
The encampment. --The troops of cavalry who are to go into encampment will reach the city to-morrow, and proceed directly to Camp Lee. Everything has been done to ensure the success of the affair, as well as the comfort of the soldiers. We are informed that a trumpet band and a field band will be on duty at the camp, and no efforts will be spared to render the place attractive to the public. Mr. S. S. Cottrell, of this city, who has supplied accoutrements to several of the companies, has presented to each of the following a splendid saddle, which is to be contested for by the men, Governor's Guard, Henrico Dragoons, Hanover Troop, Goochland Troop, Powhatan Troop, and Chesterfield Troop.--The contest will be an interesting one. The Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad Company will run trains of cars to and from the camp, and thousands will avail themselves of the opportunity to go and see the troops on duty.
The Daily Dispatch: December 31, 1860., [Electronic resource], Death of the last survivor of the battle of Bunker Hill. (search)
Wanted. A white woman as Chambermaid. Washer and Iron. None need apple unless well recommended. Apply to S. S. Cottrell, Ross st. de 31--1t*
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Contributions for the Alexandria Volunteers. (search)
. Wortham, $5; C. T. Wortham & Co., $10; R. H. Maury & Co. $10; Ed. W. Wade, $5; Lewis Webb, $5; Mr. Adams, $10; Mr. Atkinson, $2; L. L. Montague $2; J. T. Gray, $2; Thos. Jones, $10; Alfred King $10; J. B Wood, $5; Jno. Wemble, $10; J. F. Tanner $25. Total $185.00. E. B. Spence, $5.00; West & Johnston, 5.00; Starke & Cardozo, 5.00; J. E. Burluss, 1.00; E. B. Cook, 5.00; Van-Lew, Taylor & Co., 5.00; T. R. Price, 5.00; Mr. Richardson, 2.00; Tardy & Williams, 3.00; David Currie, 1.00; S. S. Cottrell, 5.00; Wm. Ira Smith, 10.00; Mr. Darracott, 2.00; Miles, Jennings & Co.,10.00; N. C. Barton, 5.00; Wm. A. Walters, 5.00; A. Schall, 3.00; M. Latouche, of Alexandria, 10,00; Andrew Antoni,2.00; Marcus Harris & Bro., 5.00; W. G. Payne, 20.00; W. Peterson & Co., 5.00; J. H. Montague, 2.00; C. Gennet, 5.00; Juan Pizzini, 1.00. Total, $127. Baldwin & Williams, one dozen pairs socks; Army Committee Y. M. C. A., two dozen pairs socks and one case domestic wines. Norfolk $182.00. G. W.
Ranaway --From the subscriber, my negro boy Lewis Washington — bright mulatto; thick set; about 15 years old. I will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell, Main street, fe 25--3t* Near corner of 13th.
Ranaway. --From the subscriber, my negro boy Lewis Washington — bright mulatto; thick set; about 15 years old I will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell, Main street, fe 25--3t* Near corner of 13th.
Ranaway --From the subscriber, my negro boy Lewis Washington — bright mulatto; thick set; about 15 years old. I will pay a liberal reward for his delivery to me S. S. Cottrell, Main street, fe 25--3t* Near corner of 13th.
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my Negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell, No. 129 Main st. mh 28--3t
Mayor's Court. --Yesterday, Louisa Jenkins, free negress, was committed for trial for stealing $100 worth of clothing from Captain John Thompson.--Wm. Taylor, arraigned for threatening personal violence to Frances Peppercorn, was discharged.--Thaddeus Scott. was examined and sent on for examination before the Hustings Court, for stealing forty-four dollars and fifty cents from William H. Gentry.--William Reynolds was remanded for indictment for a violent assault on Benedict Simon.--Case of Wm. Irwin, white lad; for stealing $29 from some unknown person, was continued.--Sally, slave of S. S. Cottrell, was acquitted of using abusive language to Jules Benedict.--Mr. Wm. J. Irving was summoned up because of his son's having cut the bark of some of the trees on Capitol Square. The case was dismissed.
$25 reward --Ranaway from my store, on Tuesday morning, 15th instant, my negro Boy, Lewis Washington. He is a bright mulatto, thick set, about 5 feet high, 15 years old; had on when last seen a brown sack coat, brown pants, and a military cap. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me. S. S. Cottrell, No. 129 Main street. ap 2--ts
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