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The Daily Dispatch: February 6, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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nnouncing the passage of a bill to incorporate the Berkeley Border Guards' Armory Company. Referred. Bills Reported.--The following bills were reported: A bill providing for the location of the Court-House, Jail, and other public buildings in the county of McDowell: a bill authorizing the sale of a portion of the Armory Grounds, and out of the proceeds thereof to purchase a site for an arsenal and quarters for the Public Guard, and to erect buildings for that purpose; a bill to distribute Mayo's Guide to coroners; a bill for the protection of the fisheries in the waters of the Potomac and Chesapeake Bays; a bill incorporating the Chesterfield Car, Locomotive, and Agricultural Implement Manufacturing Company; and a bill to incorporate the James River Shoe and Leather Manufacturing Company. Resolutions.--The following resolutions of inquiry were adopted and referred: By Mr. French, of incorporating the Marion Magnetic Iron Company, in the county of Smyth; by Mr. Armstrong, of am
The Legislature In the Senate, yesterday, bills were reported for authorizing the sale of a portion of the Armory grounds for the purpose of building an arsenal and quarters for the Public Guard, and for distributing Mayo's Guide among the coroners, Sundry bills were ordered to be engrossed. A motion was made to "secede" from the regular business of the session until the 9th inst., and it prevailed after considerable debate. In the House, bills were reported for marking the boundary line between Finvanna and Albemarie counties; for repairing the Governor's house, and for amending the law making a subscription to the Alexandria, Loudoun and Hampshire Railroad. A resolution was offered to secure the State a more equitable representation in internal improvement companies in which she may be interested. A bill was passed for allowing Court Clerks to take orders of publication in vacation. A committee was appointed to take charge of all matters appertaining to the free negro