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The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], The rights and duties of Co-Partnership. (search)
a state works a dissolution of co-partnership. If, as we understand you to say, your New York partners considered it "treason to their Government." that they should manufacture goods according to the terms of co-partnership, to be sold and used in this city, there can be no better illustration of your mutual inability, consistently with your public duties, to carry out the objects of the co-partnership, and, therefore, the law holds after the breaking out of war, a commercial co-partnership existing between the citizens of two countries at war is dissolved by the very act of war. This doctrine is well expounded by the Court of Errors of New York, in the case of Griswold vs. Waddington. (16 Jones' Report, 443.) We are of the opinion that your co-partnership with the citizens of New York is dissolved by the act of war, and that it is your duty to give notice to that effect, and to conduct your business hereafter without the use of their names, and for your account and benefit.
Lee Guards. --The above name has been chosen by a corps of splendid fellows "bound for the wars and the ascertainment of Southern independence," who arrived yesterday evening, to the number of about 93, from Buckingham county, via Danville Railroad. The men were without uniforms or arms, but the former is being fabricated, and the latter they will get in Richmond. All the men express a desire to have the best arms that can be obtained, as they want to inflict all the damage possible on the cohorts of Old Abe when brought in contact with the motley crew. The following are the officers of the company: Captain, C. H. Irving; 1st Lieut., Geo. P. Bondurant; 2d Lieut. Jno. D. Haskins; 3d Lieut., J. G. S. Boyd; 1st Sergeant, Wm. H. Allen; 2d Sergeant, Jas. E. Jones; 3d Sergeant, R. D. Moseley; 4th Sergeant, Samuel P. Moseley. The company were mustered into service yesterday evening.
The Daily Dispatch: may 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], The rights and duties of Co-Partnership. (search)
Fall of a Bridor. --We learn from the Fredericksburg Recorder that on Tuesday morning all that portion of Chatham Bridge which crosses the Island, fell to the ground.--Two workmen, Messrs. Webb and Jones, at work upon this portion of the bridge, were severely injured by the accident.