Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Newton or search for Newton in all documents.

Your search returned 4 results in 2 document sections:

Standing Committees. The President announced the Standing Committees of the Senate, as follows: On Privileges and Elections,--Messrs. Thomas of Fairfax, Newton, Dickerson of Grayson, Thomas of Henry, Early, Spitler, and Finney. On Courts of Justice--Messrs. Coghill, Robertson, Neeson, Day, Christian of Middlesex, Bae, Robertson, Lynch, Early, Christian of Middlesex, Hart, and Branch. On Banks.--Messrs. Ishell, Christian of Augusta, Robertson, Thomas of Henry, Claiborne, Newton, and McKenney. On Lunatic Asylums.--Messrs. Claiborne, Urquhart, Greever, Isbell, Garnett, Christian of Augusta, and Branch. On Agriculture and Commerceessrs. Pennybacker, Spitler, and Branch. On the Bonds of Public Officers.--Messrs. Newman, Caraway, and Christian of Middlesex. On Public Printing.--Messrs. Newton, Hart, and Pate. On Enrolled Bills.--Messrs. Thomas of Henry, Logan, Pennybacker, Thompson, and Massie. On Clerk's Office.--Messrs. Early, Taliaferr
e Government loan in this city. The Rev. Dr. Sunderland, of the First Presbyterian Church, is quite ill at this time. In the agricultural division of the Patent Office, generally there are in the months of December, January, and February, about sixty females employed in putting up seeds for distribution in the Spring. They are paid one dollar per day for working from nine till three, and for months previous to engaging them they pour in their applications upon the Superintendent, Mr. Newton. The rule is to receive no application until a week before the time, and as December is now so near, the applicants, nearly one thousand, have already called. There seem to be more women out of employment this winter than ever before, who claim to need situations. Affairs on the lower Potomac — arrest of Confederates in Maryland, &c. A letter in the New York Herald, from its special Washington correspondent, dated 23th November, furnishes us with the following items: The