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No business here. --The Mayor is, still endeavoring to clear our city of the lazy free negroes who find their way to the metropolis from the interior, for the purpose of accumulating a subsistence by practising the art of doing a great deal of nothing. Hance Jenkins, a subject of this sort hailing from Goochland, was taken before the Mayor yesterday. In addition to being here in contravention of law, he did not have a copy of his register. He was whipped and ordered to return.
Personal. --Among the arrivals in the city yesterday were Wm. N. McVeigh, (President of the Back of the Old Dominion,) Alexandria; Henry W. Thomas, Fairfax; E. J. Lloyd, Alexandria; Capt. Dan Conner and Thomas S. Lubbock, Texas; Dr. A. M. Fauntleroy and Geo. Jackson, late U. S. A.; Charles F. Pope, Goochland.
large was adopted. The second proposition, in reference to locality, was carried; and the third, to elect by districts, was also passed, and the resolution as amended was put on its passage, when. Mr. Montague moved to lay the whole subject on the table. Not carried. The resolution was then adopted. Nominations were now ordered to be made for the election of members in vacant Congressional Districts. Richmond District. Mr. Treadway nominated Hon. James A. Seddon, of Goochland. Withdrawn. Mr. Johnson nominated Mr. William H. Macfarland. Mr. Harris nominated Hon. D. C. Dejarnette, of Caroline. Messrs. Neeson and Ambler favored the election of Mr. Dejarnette. Messrs. Cox and Mallory favored the election of Mr. Macfarland. Mr. Macfarland received 73 and Mr. Dejarnette 28 votes. Fourth District. Mr. Neblett nominated Hon. Roger A. Payor. Mr. Chambliss nominated Mr. Wood Bouldin, of Charlotte county. Mr. Bouldin requested his
was named in honor of William and Mary; King William in honor of William after Mary's death; King George in honor of George I. Elizabeth City, James City, Charles City, Princess Anne, Prince George, Prince William, Prince Edward, and probably Amelia. Charlotte, Augusta, Caroline, and Louisa, are all named after members of the successive royal families. Berkeley, Culpeper, Dinwiddie, Fauquier, and Botetourt, were so called in compliment to the Colonial Governors of those names.--Goochland was also named in honor of Gov. Gooch. Shenandoah was likewise first called after Governor Dunmore, but the name was changed after Dunmore became the enemy of the Colony. Albemarle, Amherst, Bedford, Brunswick, Buckingham, Chesterfield, Cumberland, Essex, Fairfax, Gloucester, Halifax, Hampshire, Hanover, Isle of Wight, Lancaster, Loudon, Mecklenburg, Middlesex, New Kent, Norfolk, Northampton, Northumberland, Orange, Richmond, Southampton, Stafford, Surry, Sussex, Warwick, York, and p
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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], List of appointments by the Virginia annual Conference of the M. E. Church South. (search)
Wm. M. Ward, James L. Shirley; Winchester, Peter F. August; Patterson Creek, James M. Anderson; Springfield, Wm. F. Bain; Clarke, James H. Crown, J. P. Woodward, sup; Prince William, Geo. S. May; Berlin, John P. Brock; Taylor's Island, Major S. Colenna; U. S. Navy, Chas. A. Davis, Chaplain. Charlottesville District--James D. Coulling, Presiding Elder. Charlottesville, Thomas H. Early; Albemarle, Joseph H. Davis; Nelson, Lloyd Moore; Scottsville, H. H. Gary; Fluvanna, James C Watson; Goochland, Andrew J. Beckwith; Hanover, John L Clarke; Louisa, Jas. R. Waggoner; Orange, Edgar H. Pritchett; Madison, to be supplied, Joseph W. Payne, Z. E. Harrison, sup; Piedmont, James F. Finnell; Blue Ridge Mission, James W. Grant; Harrisonburg. Samuel S. Lumbeth; E. K Ran, John J. Lafferty; University of Virginia, J. G. Granberry, Chaplain. Lynchburg District--Geo. W. Langhorne, Presiding Elder, Lynchburg: Centenary, Hezekiah P. Mitchell; Court Street, John E. Edwards; City Mission, to be
Post Office affairs. --Virginia Appointments.--Wm. Swindier postmaster at Frankfort, Hampshire county, vice J. F. Moore, deceased. John F. Swink postmaster at Springvale, Fairfax county. vice Geo. A. Rouge, resigned. Ed. H. Jeffreys, Jr., postmaster at County Line Cross Roads, Charlotte county, vice John W. Spencer, resigned. John P. Bradley postmaster at Issequena, Goochland county, vice Joseph F. Howard, resigned. H. P. Mitchell postmaster at Greene Bottom, Cabell county, vice James E. Williamson, resigned. James T. B. Harris postmaster at Baileysburg, Surry county, vice Jas. Harris, resigned.
Held to Bail. --Yesterday morning, Marion F. Barbier, late of Goochland county, was arraigned before the Mayor to answer the charge of attempting to entice Nora, slave to De Grasse Drumwright, to escape from her master, Drumwright, it will be ro negroes to murder their master, but as negro evidence could not be taken, he was given until to-day to dispose of his Goochland property, when he will be escorted to the West by a strong guard, and ordered never to return again. Barbier was in the employ of Drumwright, and when arrested by the citizens of Goochland, was put on board a packet boat, and sent off. After reaching here, he wrote a very affectionate letter to the negress, Nora, inviting her to join him here, and declaring that his heart was nearly broken on her account. This letter was opened and read in Goochland, and then it was that both Barbier and Drumwright were followed to this city and taken into custody. The Mayor, after learning all the circumstances, held Barbi
Wrong Pew. --Frances Thompson, for remaining in the city with Powhatan papers — Mary Swan, of Goochland, for having no papers — and Andrew Stanton, arrested for want of a register, were before the Mayor yesterday, and besides getting striped suits for Christmas, were ordered to leave Richmond forthwit
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