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The Daily Dispatch: November 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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urday, in the business of indicting persons engaged in violating the banking laws. To bring all the parties to "condign" will be a work of no little magnitude, yet the vigorous manner of its beginning gives promise of some practical result. True bills of indictment for misdemeanor have been found against the following, charged with issuing notes of a smaller denomination than five dollars: Almetus P. Brown. two cases: The Old Dominion Savings Bank; David Baker, jr., four cases; Thaddens B. Starke. six cases; William G. Dandridge, two cases; Benjamin M. Harris, two cases; Emanuel Semon, four cases; George I. Herring, four cases; The Metropolitan Savings Banks, five cases; Francis B. Hart, two cases; Peachy R. Grattan; David J. Burr; Moses L. Stratton; Thomas Lawson; D. J. Saunders. jr.; David J. Saunders; The City of Richmond, three cases; John F. Regnault; James M. Taylor; Charles W. Purcell; Stephen Mason, two cases; Thos. Mason, two cases; James L. Porter; Garinta Barker; Th
Notice Virginia Savings Bank The increase of business of this institution forces the Treasurer to notify its customers that. hereafter, the business hours will be from 9 o 'clock A. M. to 3 P. M. No business, therefore, can be transacted with said institution, except between the hours aforesaid. Office at Spence & Gary's, No. 120 Main st. oc 31--3m T. B. Starke, Treasurer.