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eld at that time, under the old Constitution of 1775, on the County Court-day of each county, and we are induced to remember this particular day from the fact that numbers of persons were deterred from going from this city to cast their voice in Hanover. The old freehold system was then in operation, and every man had a right to vote in any county in which he held land enough to make him a voter. Numbers of Richmond residents held freeholds in Hanover. It was on the night of the 6th of NovemHanover. It was on the night of the 6th of November, 1812, that the snow began to fall upon the legions of Napoleon in Russia. In that fatal night 30,000 horses perished, and all the subsequent disasters of the campaign may be traced to that fall of snow — Would to Heaven that the invaders who pollute our soil might suffer as much or worse from the snow that began to fall on Thursday night. But our country is not far enough North for that. The snow in this latitude and at this time of the year cannot last very long. There may be much suff
Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 25th October a negro man named Griffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, 35 years old, and stammers when spoken to. Having had his left arm broken when young, it is much smaller than his right, which may be discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of last month, for Robert Love of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me at Laurel Grove, in Hanover, two miles from Atlee's station, and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, so that I get him. Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them, or to Chapel Hill, Orange county, N. C., as he has acquaintances there. [no 5--10t*] J. Monroe Carter.
stealing wood from off the Basin bank, Thursday morning, about 4 o'clock. The case of E. Hunter Taliaferro, charged with forging sundry checks and Treasury warrants of the State of Virginia for the payment of $14,000, was called, and continued until Thursday next, on account of the absence of important witnesses.--Prisoner was admitted to ball in the sum of $2,000 for his appearance, J. M. Taliaferro and G. J. Seammell becoming bound as his sureties. Alexander Askew, hailing from Hanover, was arraigned for lying on the sidewalk of Main street Thursday night, and encumbering the thoroughfare. The Mayor said he must pay a fine of $1--Askew, confessing his utter impecuniosity on the occasion, was relieved from his embarrassment by several charitable persons present, who subscribed the necessary amount, and let him go on his way rejoicing. John Lowell, a mulatto, was arraigned for impudence to Thomas Feltner, baker, and Thomas Addison, watchman. of the Spotswood House.--