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The Daily Dispatch: March 18, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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and Nicholas county, and establish that as the county line between Kanawha and Clay county; by Mr. D. Gibson, of establishing an inspection of leather at New Creek Station, in the county of Hampshire, or providing a general law on that subject; by Mr. Preston, of sending a copy of the Code of Virginia, and of the Acts of the Assembly, to the Library of each chartered College in the State, that may make such request through the Representative of the county in which such college may be located; by Mr. Nelson, of reporting a bill authorizing the County Court of Fluvanna to appropriate such portion of the funds as they may deem proper, already raised, or hereafter to be raised, by the issue of county bonds under the act "authorizing the county Courts of the Commonwealth to raise funds for relieving the citizens," to the uniforming and equipping of volunteer companies; by Mr. Gilmer, of authorizing the raising of a cavalry company of 45 strong, at Pittsylvania Court-House. Adjourned.
nd nearly fifty great-grand-children. John R. Branner, of Knoxville, has been elected President of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad. A house of ill-fame, in Wythville, Va., known as "Fort Sumter," was demolished by the citizens of that place last week. The woolen factory of Bailey & Bowman, in Frederick county, Va., was burnt on the 7th inst. Loss $3,000. D. M. Warren, the author of several well-known educational works, died in Baltimore on the 9th inst. Peachy R. Gilmer, a prominent citizen of Montgomery, Ala., died on the 13th inst. He was a native of Virginia. The small-pox is prevalent in Jersey City.--Fifteen cases have resulted fatally. Temperance Hall, in South Nashville, Tenn., was destroyed by fire a few days since. A recruiting office for the Confederate States army, is about to be opened in Washington. Sir Charles Fellowes has bequeathed the watch of Milton to the British Museum. Jno. W. Leonard, editor of the Masonic