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f the 7th day of December last, and gave to it my approval. My attention has been again called to the subject, and the pressing necessity for immediate legislative action, by the energetic and enlightened Superintendent of the Armory, from whom I have received a communication herewith transmitted for your consideration. I will be pardoned, I am sure, for the expression of a wish that the subject may be finally acted upon at the earliest practicable moment." The communication from Charles Dimmock, Captain and Superintendent of the Armory, says, "it is thought indispensable to the carrying out of the law for converting the Armory into a manufactory, that the grounds and buildings occupied by the Public Guard should be appropriated for the building necessary to the heavy machinery." Petitions Presented.--By Mr. Lockridge, the petition of sundry citizens of Randolph and Pocahontas counties, for a further appropriation to the Huttonsville and Huntersville Turnpike Road; by Mr.
satisfaction in the thought that they live in the land that gave birth to the hero, the patriot and the sage. The day will be appropriately observed by a nearly unanimous cessation of business pursuits, and the usual military parade by our citizen soldiery. At 9 o'clock this morning the spirit- stirring drum and ear-splitting fife will challenge our admiration for the "Young Guard," Capt. Geo. J. Austin; an hour later, and the martial tones of the Armory Bank will summon us to view Capt. Dimmock's well-drilled corps; and at 2 o'clock P. M. citizens and strangers will have the pleasure of seeing the gallant 1st Regiment in all the "pomp and circumstance" attendant on an occasion of the kind. P. S.--From the great annoyance heretofore experienced, it is the earnest desire of the Colonel that the crowd will not press upon the Regiment while on the Square. Upon reference to the Militia Law, we find a very rigid provision on the subject, and it is the determination that it shal