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erefore," 'Resolved, that this Bank suspend specie payments until the further order of the Board' The Directors of the Bank of Richmond met yesterday morning, and after duty considering the question of suspension, adopted the following resolution: "Resolved, That the other Banks of this city having suspended specie payments this Bank deems it due to itself and to the community to do so likewise." At a meeting of the Traders' Bank of Richmond, held on the 21st inst., Hector Davis, President; John B. Davis, Jos. Brummel, Geo. W. Smith, Franklin Stearns, J. Thompson Brown, C. E. Whitlock and Thos. Jones being present, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: Resolved, That the President and Directors of the Traders' Bank, influenced alone by a desire to do justice alike to the stockholders and to the commercial community, determine to suspend, for the present specie payment. Resolved, That they will pursue such a policy as to enable them at the
$20 reward. --Escaped from Mr. Benjamin Davis' Jail Monday morning, between the hours of five and six o'clock, a Negro man and Woman, and may be together. The man Ned. is black about 30 years of age, no grey hairs, slightly bow legged about 5 feet 4 inches high, good many of his upper teeth out on one side, a scar on his cheek. He had a bundle of clothes with him, a drab over coat, grey pants and black pea jacket among them. The woman, Polly, is a bright mulatto, about 22 years of age, upper front teeth very bad, one eye cocked, about five feet four inches high, good head of hair. She has with her several articles of clothing, among them one plaid and one dark merino dress. The above reward will be paid for the delivery of both, or $10 each. Pulliam & Co. no 20--ts Hector Davis.