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Negroes for hire or sale. --The undersigned has the following valuable Servants for hire or sale at Richmond: Moses, 35 years old, Farm Hand; Lucinda, 25 years old, valuable Cook, 3 children, aged 4 years, 2 years, and 6 months; Anderson, 35 years old, House Servant and Coachman; Susan 25 years old. House Servant, 2 children, 3 years, 18 months; Marish, 25 years old, House Servant and Washerwoman 3 children, aged 4,3 and 1 year; Henry, 48 years old, accomplished Dining Room Servant; Isaac, 17 years old, House Servant, Judy, 28 years old, Cook and Washerwoman. The above slaves are favorite servants, for whom I am anxious to secure good homes. Moderate hires rather than sell them. If not hired in the next two days, I will offer them for hire at Charlotte C. H., on Friday, upon the arrival of the cars. I can be found at the Ballard-House at 10 A. M. and 4 P. M. Wm. Wiet. [ja 14--1t*]
ion the House proceeded to the confederation of the joint order, when. Mr. McDonald moved that the House adjourn, upon which the eyes and nays were demanded and resulted in the negative eyes 18, nays 83. Fomiactions for Senator.--air. Anderson, of Rockbridge put in nomination the Hon. Wm. C. Rives, which was ascended by Messrs. Prince, Mag Rives, and Staples. Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, nominated Judge John J. Allen. Mr. Green, of Jefferson, presented the name of Hon, Chas.Mr. Anderson, of Botetourt, nominated Judge John J. Allen. Mr. Green, of Jefferson, presented the name of Hon, Chas. W Russell Wheeling, which was accorded by Messrs, Edmund and Lairdly. Mr. Wynne nominated Gen. John B Floyd, each gentleman taking occasion to pay an appropriate to the candidate of his choice. It's being found impossible to conclude the election today, its further consideration, was on motion, postponed until 15½ P. M. to-morrow, and, at 4½ o'clock, the House adjourned.