ground lime, turpentine, flaxseed oil, silicate of lead, and burnt copperas.
Davies proposes sulphur and flaxseed oil.
Barff and Sullivan: treatment with alumina, carbonate of zinc, and silicate of potash.
Hardwicke: potash, alum, fish-oil, and flaxseed oil.
Bernays: fluo-silicic acid, washed with alkaline solution.
Rust and Mossop: solution of caustic barytes, washed with fluo-silicic acid.
Gros: a paint of wax 10, oil 30, litharge 1, heated to 212° Fah.
Spiller: superphosphate of lime, followed by ammonia (for magnesian limestone).
Crookes' fuller's earth in a dilute solution of hydrofluoric acid.
A machine for channeling stone in the quarry, making vertical cuts and grooves, which will enable it to be split off in layers.
Fig. 5873 has a reciprocating saw, armed with diamond points, so formed as to cut from the terminal holes formed by the drills, both saw and drills operating simultaneously.
n of service.
Smith, James,21Brighton, Ma.July 31, 1861Jan. 5, 1864, re-enlistment.
Smith, James,23Boston, Ma.Jan. 6, 1864Aug. 11, 1865, expiration of service.
Smith, John,40Roxbury, Ma.Sept. 15, 1864Aug. 11, 1865, expiration of service.
Smith, Stephen F.,31Orleans, Ma.Jan. 28, 1864Died Nov. 1, 1864, New Orleans, La.
Spaulding, Joseph,44Boston, Ma.Jan. 16, 1864Aug. 11, 1865, expiration of service.
Spaulding, Winfield, S.,19Boston, Ma.Aug. 16, 1864Aug. 11, 1865, expiration of service.
Spiller, James W.,36Charlestown, Ma.July 31, 1861Aug. 16, 1864, expiration of service.
Stevens, John E.,31Melrose, Ma.July 31, 1861Aug. 16, 1864, expiration of service.
Stimpson, Jefferson,38Boston, Ma.Jan. 25, 1864Jan. 25, 1864, rejected recruit.
Stone, Calvin,27Boston, Ma.July 31, 1861Feb. 15, 1864, re-enlistment.
Stone, Calvin,29Boston, Ma.Feb. 16, 1864Aug. 11, 1865, expiration of service.
Stone, Royal W.,33Rowe, Ma.Aug. 30, 1864Jan. 30, 1865, disability.
Sullivan, Daniel,35Boston, Ma.Jan.
Jones, Bedford county, Va; Silas Jones, 31st Virginia regiment; Sam M Wilson, Virginia; Bathurst L Smith, Richmond, Va; Wesley P Gregg, Petersburg; Wingfield Griffin, Salem, Roanoke county, Va; N Turrian Walton, Richmond, Va; James W Johnson, Petersburg; George K Macon, Hanover; John A McNeal, Monterey; Wm Gordon, Nelson county, Va; John T. Riddick, Nansemond county Va; M J Ezekiel, Richmond, Va; Robt E Nelson, Fluvanna county, Va; E Harvie Smith, Richmond, Va; Wm Hodgson, Fluvanna county;--Spiller, Wythe county, Va; George Logan, Goochland county, Va; John Logan, do; Hugh W Fry, Richmond; James Goods, company K, 11th Georgia regiment; Wm Pendleton, 3d Louisiana battalion; A C Wood, Albemarle country, Va; Wm G Bennett, Lewis county, Va; John J Coleman, Louisa co, Va; Clarence Coleman, do; Alfred Marshall, Richmond; F C Watkins, Halifax co, Va; Macon A Leigh, Yalobusha county, Miss; John P Leigh, Yalobusha county, Miss; J L Brockenbrough, Westmoreland county, Va; Thos M Williams, Hilli
for Chimborazo hospital.
From--, one coop chickens, one box and one bbl hospital supplies.
From--, bbl buttermilk, &c.
Baileyville Relief Society, Powhatan, 34 chickens, 35 lbs butter, 15 doz eggs, vegetables, pickles, &c.
Mrs Spiller, King William county, bandages.
Mrs S E Wilkes, Diamond Grove, 23 doz eggs.
Mrs Nelson, lint, vials, &c.
C J Brook and Mrs L J Waring, Essex, one box hospital supplies.
Miss E Robb, Essex, 36 chickens.
Meads & Baker, arrSociety, Chowan, N C, through Doct R H Winborne, 50.
Robert T Hubbard, Buckingham, 10.
Miss Mary and Jane Nott and Virginia Bowers, proceeds of a Fair, 42.50.
B W Leigh, Mecklenburg, 20.
Miss Ida and Ella Cardwell, 23.
Mrs Spiller, King William, 5.
Chas J Fox, 4
G W Herring, Concert in Micosakee, Fla, 67.50.
Mrs Emily Rutherfoord, 30.
Mrs Emily Aylett, 20
Mrs Mollie Denoon, proceeds of Fair; 120.
Mr Walker, for E P Hairston, of Henry county, 100.