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Richmond Typographical Society. --At a stated meeting of the Society, held last Saturday evening, the following gentlemen were elected to office: President — N. G. Smith. Vice-President.--Charles Ellis. Recording Secretary.--Wm. W. Wolff. Corresponding Secretary.--J. H. Walford. Financial Secretary.--Amos K. Henry. Treasurer.--R. D. Grantland. Sergeant-at-Arms.--John H. Askew. Trustees.--M. B. Godwin, Charles Ellis; and J.H. Campbell.
Wanted to hire --By the month or for the balance of the year, a Negro Girl, who can assist generally about a house. For one possessing a good character and disposition, a pleasant home and liberal wages can be obtained Apply at the residence of M. B. Godwin, on 9th street, beyond Leigh, nearly opposite Ritchie's Cottage. an 29--3t*
Wanted to hire --By the month or for the balance of the year, a Negro Girl, who can assist generally about a house. For one possessing a good character and disposition, a pleasant home and liberal, wages can be obtained. Apply at the residence of M. B. Godwin, on 9th street, beyond Leigh, nearly opposite Ritchie's Cottage. au 29--3t*
For Hire. --By the month, a Servant Woman, who is an average Cook, Washer and Ironers. She has a little daughter, large enough to set the table, sweep up the house, &c., who will go with her. She is for hire because the family with whom she is living intends visiting the country for a few months. Apply at my residence, on 9th street, French Garden Hill, beyond Leigh. M. B. Godwin. je 30--1t*