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andolph and Howard & Sands for defendants — judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond reversed. Sinton, trustee, vs. The Insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia — argued by B. R. Wellford and A. A. Morson for plaintiff, and Macfarland and Roberts for the defendants — judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond reversed. Lackey vs. Lackey — argued by F. L. Smith for appellant, no counsel for appellee — decree of the Circuit Court of Alexandria county affirmed. Sallee's adm'or vs. Hendrick's ex'x — argued by Wm. T. Joynes for plaintiff, and James Alfred Jones for defendant — judgment of Circuit Court of Chesterfield reversed. The insurance Company of the Valley of Virginia vs. Smith — argued by Macfarland and Roberts and James Alfred Jones for plaintiff, and B. R. Wellford, jr, and Wm. W. Crump for defendant — judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond reversed. Howard vs. Holt — argued by James Garland for plaintiff
The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Alexandria--Yankee foreign Enlistments. (search)
ions were pronounced by this Court on Tuesday. Present, Hon. John J. Allen, Wm Daniel, Richard C. L. Monoure, and Wm J. Robertson: The Petersburg Fire and Marine Insurance Company as the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company. Argued by MacFarland and Roberts, August and Randolph for the defendants, and James Alfred Jones and J. T. Giles for plaintiffs. Judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond affirmed. Virginia Fire and Matinee Insurance Company vs Richmond and Danville Railroad Company. Argued by MacFarland and Roberts, August and Randolph for the defendants, and Jones and Giles for the plaintiffs. Judgment of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond affirmed. Hill's executors vs. Simms ets's. Argued by A. A. Morson for the appellant, and Wm. Green for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of Culpeper county affirmed. Hill's executor vs. Flint and others. Argued by Arthur A. Morson for the appellants, and Wm. Green for the appellees. D
Supreme Court of Appeals. --The following decisions were rendered last week in cases pending before this Court. Present: John J. Allen, William Daniel, Richard C. L. Moncure, and Wm J. Robertson, Esqs., Judges: Palmore, &c., vs Redd's administrator and others. Appeal from decree pronounced by the Circuit. Court of the city of Richmond.--Myers, Howard & Sands, for the appellants; August & Randolph, Macfarland & Roberis, and Steger & Johnston, for the appellees. Decree reversed. Harvey vs. Skipwith. Upon writ of supersedeas to a judgment recovered by the defendants vs. the plaintiffs in the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond, June 31, 1859. Howard & Sands for the appellants; Crump, Wellford, August & Randolph, and Morson, for the appellees. Judgment affirmed.
offer ourselves for the work. " Rev. Dr. Woodbridge read the report of the Committee on the Episcopal Fund Mr. Pegram read the report of the Finance Committee, showing the amount in the hands of the Treasurer upon the reassembling of the Council to be $3,993.69, which, with the amount handed in during the present session, made a fund of $7,958.69, for expenses during the current year. Three thousand dollars of this amount is invested in eight per cent. Confederate bonds. Mr. Macfarland offered the following: Resolved, That the application of the Chisholm fund to the education and maintenance of Wm. Chisholm may exceed the interest of the principal should his aunt, Mrs. Page, think it proper, and the treasurer of the fund concur in her opinion. Carried. Rev. Mr. Murdaugh offered the following: Resolved, That the Clergy and Laity present in this Council mark with regret the absence of loved brethren with whom it has long been their privilege to gather in
e subject immediately it assembled. The finance committee of that body has had it under consideration and has consulted the financial officers of the Government, the presidents of the banks, and experienced commercial men, as to the best means to remedy those evils, already so grievous, and which threaten still greater inconvenience and distress. We learn upon good authority that this committee has taken into favor a scheme framed by a prominent bank officer of the city (we may say Mr. Macfarland) which has for its object the diminution of the Confederate paper circulation, the stop page of the manufacture of paper money by the Government, and the resort after a time exclusively to taxation and the sale of bonds to meet the Government expenses. A scheme that will achieve those important ends will be hailed with satisfaction by the whole country, and must confer the greatest benefits upon the people and the Government. It is simple enough, but needs the concurrence of capitalist
Appointments of Bank Directors. --The following appointments of Directors for the year 1864 by the Executive and Stockholders of the Farmers' Bank and Bank of Virginia, of Richmond and their branches, have recently been made: Farmers' Bank. By the Stockholders. By The Executive. Richmond. Wm H Macfarland, J. E. Wadsworth, Edwin Wortham, Jas Dunlop, A. Y. Stokes, S. C. Robinson, Wm. Rutherfoord Robt A. Mayo, Jas. B. Dupuy, Petersburg. John Kevan, Peter McEnry, Andrew Dann, Chas. Corling. W. L. Lancaster, Jas. M. Venable, P. H. Booth. Fredericksburg. J. H. Wallace, Jos. Alsop, John D. Stansbery, Robt B. Reanolds, John J. Chew, A. K. Phillips, John Coakley. Danville. W. S. Green, Thos. D. Stokes, W. C. Paxton, John R. Wilson, E. B. Estes, Jacob Davis, Wm T Clark. Lynchburg John M Speed, Ambrose B Rucke, Jno. S. Langhorne, Jno. T. Davis. Wm. H. Hall, Wm. A. Miller, Edwin R. Page.
tion, an election of officers took place, when the following named gentlemen were chosen: President.--Rev C K Marshall, D D, of Mississippi. Vice Presidents.--Hon James Lyons, of Va; Hon George Davis, of N G; Hon Geo Trenholm, of S C; Hon A H Stevens, of Ga; Hon R B Hilton, of Fia; Hon Benj Fitzpatrick, of Ala; Hon I G Harris, of Tenn; Hon E M Bruce, of Ky; Hon J B Clark, of Mo; Hon R W Johnson, of Ark; Hon Pierre Soule, of La; Hon Louis T Wigfall, of Texas. Treasurer.--Wm H Macfarland, Esq, of Richmond. Recording Secretary.--O F Weisiger, Esq, of Richmond. Corresponding Secretary--Dr. W A Carrington, Medical Director, C S A. Directors.--Surgeon-General Dr S P Moore, Dr T B McCaw, Dr C B Gibson, Rev M D Hoge, D D; Rev C Minnegerode, Rev J L Burrows, D D; Col John T Pickett, E L Hudson, Esq, John Enders, Esq. In addition to about $1,200 received as fees for membership, the following donations were made before the adjournment of the meeting: E M Br
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Tribute of respect. At the meeting of the Directors of the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, July 25, 1864, the President, Mr Macfarland, communicated to the Board the decease of the cashier, John Adams Smith, at 8 o'clock on the morning of the 24th inst. The lamented deceased, he remarked, had held his responsible position in the Bank for twelve years, evincing throughout the long interval the strictest integrity, fidelity, and application, and attracting to the institution confidence and good will by his urbane and conciliatory deportment. It would, he was sure, be a mournful satisfaction to the Board to express their sense of his loss, the respect and confidence with which they regarded him, and their sympathy with his bereaved family. The following Resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the decease of the Cashier, Johnadams Smith, Esq, is sincerely deplored, for his official merits and the attachment and respect which he inspired as a man. As an officer of th
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