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om the Confederate Government prohibiting, any obstruction to commerce in Southern ports.--N. Y. Herald, April 27. The second detachment of Rhode Island troops passed through New York on their way to Annapolis, Md. The officers of the detachment are:--Lieutenant-Colonel commanding, J. T. Pitman; Major, Joe. W. Bolsch; Lieutenants, Carl C. Harris, Eddy, Luther; Lieutenant Colonel, Charles C. II. Day; Surgeon, M. McKnight. The troops are subdivided as follows:--First Light Infantry, Mechanics' Rifles, Westerly Rifles, Newport Artillery; Wesley Rifles; Providence Artillery, Cadets of Providence, East Greenwich detachment, and Pawtucket detachment. The troops are well armed, each company having eight of Burnside's self-breech-loading rifles. Their countenances are expressive of strong determination, and a glance at the texture of their hands will show plainly that they have come from the mechanical and hard working classes of Rhode Island. The women of Rhode Island are not beh
such negotiation, agreement, or contract is illegal, and absolutely null and void. It is time that the law on this subject should be well understood, for no intercourse whatever, without special permission of the Government, can be lawfully carried on between enemies except that of a hostile character. The remittance of money for any purpose, the making of contracts, the acceptance of trusts, the creation of any civil obligation, or commercial relation whatever, is unlawful and forbidden, simply because it is inconsistent with the hostile attitude of the parties. The belligerent Governments have placed their respective citizens in an attitude of hostility towards each other, and no relation inconsistent with hostility can be lawfully created by the acts of individuals without the express permission of the Government. Respectfully, Thomas J. Semmes, Attorney--General. Walter G. Robinson, Esq., President Mechanics' and Traders' Bank, New Orleans. --N. O. Picayune, June 7.
Incidents of Mill Spring.--A gentleman direct from the vicinity of Somerset, informs us that there were eleven of the Tenth Indiana killed, ten of the Second Minnesota, eight of the Fourth Kentucky, eight of the Ninth Ohio, and one or two of the Wolford cavalry. The Michigan Engineer and Mechanics' regiment dug trenches and buried the dead, the funeral service having been appropriately performed on the occasion. Wounded prisoners state that there was no general enthusiasm, but that the growing discontent induced Gen. Zollicoffer to make a speech to his troops the day before he led them to battle, in which he declared with emphasis, that he would take them to Indiana, or go to h--1 himself! After Col. Fry's horse was shot and disabled, he mounted the splendid gray charger which Zollicoffer had ridden. As the Federal army advances, the Union people creep out of their holes and hiding-places, and evince the most frantic delight; they are eager to receive arms and to be marched agai
t. With great respect, your obedient servant, S. Brady, Cashier. Quarterly Statement of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling. including its Branches, ending 1st October, 1860, with a Comparative Statement for the Correspondin77.0413,973.09 due to Banks104,467.3994,727.39 $3,07,906.63$2,611,611.35 Tabular Statement of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches, for the Quarter ending 1st Oct., 1860: Capital Stock$837,090.00 Stocks used e Bank2,286,758.89 Aggregate debt due to the Bank3,021,73.67 We, the undersigned, Directors of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling, do certify the foregoing statement to be correct, according to the best of our knowledge. R. Chm. B. Quarrier, a Notary Public for the county aforesaid, personally came Sobieski Brady, Cashier of the Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling, who, being duly affirmed, declared the foregoing to be a just and true statement from the books of t
astle. Merchants' Bank, Lynchburg. Monticello Bank, Charlottesville. Southwestern Bank, Wytheville. Branch of the Bank of the Valley, Staunton. Branch of the Bank of the Valley., Christiansburg List of Virginia Bank Notes Unbankable in Richmond. Bank of the Valley and branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers' and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Barkeley Marrinsburg. Branch of Bank of the Old Dominion at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester. Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1½@2 per ct. discount. Virginia Bank Notes that are at twenty Five per cent. Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent. discount:
Bank, Lynchburg. Monticello Bank, Charlottesville. Southwestern Bank, Wytheville. Branch of the Bank of the Valley, Staunton. Branch of the Bank of the Valley, Christiansburg. List of Virginia Bank notes Unbankable in Richmond Bank of the Valley and branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers' and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Berkeley, Martinsburg. Branch Bank of the Old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent. discount. Virginia Bank notes that are at twenty-five per cent. Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25
Merchants' Bank, Lynchburg. Monticello Bank, Charlottesville. Southwestern Bank, Wytheville. branch of the Bank of the Valley, Staunton. branch of the Bank of the Valley, Christiansburg. List of Virginia Bank Notes Unbankable in Richmond. Bank of the Valley½ and Branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and Branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Berkeley, Martinsburg. branch Bank of the old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Phillippi, Phillippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. the Notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent. Discount. Virginia Bank Notes that are at twenty-five per cent. Discount. the Notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cent.
merchants' Bank, Lynchburg. Monticello Bank, Charlottesville. Southwestern Bank, Wytheville. Branch of the Bank of the Valley, Staunton. Branch of the Bank of the Valley, Christiansburg. list of Virginia Bank notes Unbankable in Richmond. Bank of the Valley and branches, save at Staunton and Christiansburg. Bank of Wheeling, Wheeling. Manufacturers' and Farmers' Bank of Wheeling and branches. Northwestern Bank of Virginia, Wheeling, and branches. Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank of Wheeling and Branches. Bank of Charleston, Malden, Kanawha. Bank of Berkeley, Martinsburg. Branch Bank of the Old Dominion, at Pearisburg. Bank of Philippi, Philippi, Barbour county. Bank of Winchester, Winchester. Fairmont Bank, Fairmont. The notes of the foregoing Banks are bought by the brokers of this city at 1 per cent, discount. Virginia Bank notes that are at twenty-Five per Cent, Discount. The notes of the following Banks are at 25 per cen
eive from any railroad or other company who has received State bonds at par in payment for State subscriptions or loans, to pay, in settlement of interest due the State, the bonds of the State at par; by Mr. Crump, of amending the 55th section of chapter 85 of the Code of 1860, so as to authorize the committee of a lunatic to afford a maintenance or advancement to such of the children of an insane person as shall have attained their majority; by Mr. Myers, of incorporating the Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance Company, of the city of Richmond; by Mr. Magruder, of amending the law for ascertaining and running the boundary line between Albemarle and Fluvanna counties; by Mr. Gilmer, of amending an act passed March 20th, 1860, entitled an act to establish a Circuit Court for the town of Danville; by Mr. Medley, of authorizing Wm. T. Ballon and G. B. Major, trustees, to sell a church lot in the county of Halifax; by Mr. Richardson, of exempting from military duty all employees of the seve
r limits, and the Capital at Washington, before the 4th of March next, coming up for action, the Senate adopted a resolution to the effect that no just grounds existed in which to predicate such an assumption, and "therefore all preparations intended to resist the same are unnecessary, so far as this State is concerned." In the House, resolutions were offered to authorize the 2d Auditor to receive State bonds in payment of interest due the Commonwealth; to incorporate the Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance Company of the City of Richmond; to exempt employees of telegraph companies from military duty; and asking the Governor for information relative to the State muskets sold Joseph R. Anderson & Co. Joint resolutions of the Kentucky Legislature, in response to the Virginia invitation to all the States to appoint Commissioners to meet in Washington, on the 4th of February, to attempt an adjustment of the present difficulties, were read and ordered to be printed; a second series of r
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