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ng freshly from the eastward for two days, a number of coasting vessels have, as usual, sought shelter in our splendid roadstead; and the arrival of these may have given rise to the report that Burnside's vessels had come back to the Fort. The London Herald states that houses in London and Liverpool are making preparations for the establishment of branch houses at Norfolk, New Orleans, and Charleston, the moment trade with these places shall be re-opened; that French houses at Paris and Lyons are likewise preparing for similar direct intercourse with the south; that arrangements have been completed by enterprising parties with large resources, at Liverpool, for two lines of first-class steamers--one for this city and Charleston, and one to New Orleans. The same paper states that this city is the terminus of the Seaboard and Roanoke Railway. That paper might have added, also, the great Seacoast and Mississippi Valley line; of the Albemarle and Chesapeake Ship Canal; the Dism
Court of Appeals. --Present — John J. Allen, Wm. J. Robertson, Richard C. L. Moncure, and Wm. Daniel, Judges. The following decisions were announced on Tuesday. Marshall vs Poindexter's adm'r and others Argued by Gregory & Carey for the appellant, and John Robertson and John O. Steger for the appellee. Appeal from decree of Circuit Court New Kent county affirmed. Monroe's adm'r vs. Commonwealth. Argued by James Lyons for the plaintiff and John Randolph Tucker, Attorney General for the Commonwealth, upon a writ of supersedeas to a judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond. Affirmed. Morse vs. Hammett. Argued by Wood Bouldin and Peachy R Grattan for the appellate and James Alfred Jones for the appellee. Appeal from decree of Circuit Court of Mecklenburg affirmed. Majors' ex'or vs. alcock and others. Argued by Wm. Green for appellant and Arthur A. Morson for the appellee. Appeal from decree of the Circuit Court of Culpeper. Decree affirmed
To the voters of the Richmond Congressional District. --Vote for James Lyons, the able lawyer, the polished gentleman, the sound and sagacious statesman, the true Southern man, as shown by all his past political course. Vote for James Lyons, because of his superior qualifications to represent you in the Confederate Congress.James Lyons, because of his superior qualifications to represent you in the Confederate Congress. Vote for him, because of his early and able advocacy of the rights and interests of the slave holding States. Vote for him because of his able and earnest advocacy of immediate secession upon the election of a Black Republican President, which would have enabled us to take and hold Fortress Monroe, one of the strongest forts in n we could elect. Fellow citizens, forget party and the prejudices engendered during times of high party excitement, forget Whig, forget Democrat, and vote for James Lyons, who has more qualifications for the office, and claims to your support, than any other man in this district. I have known him since I was a boy. I know, and y