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Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Southern secession movement. Meeting at Wilmington, N. C.--The U. S. troops in North Carolina--News from Georgia. Alabama and South Carolina, &c., &c.,
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Southern secession movement. Meeting at Wilmington, N. C.--The U. S. troops in North Carolina--News from Georgia. Alabama and South Carolina, &c., &c.,
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
The Southern secession movement. Meeting at Wilmington, N. C.--The U. S. troops in North Carolina--News from Georgia. Alabama and South Carolina, &c., &c.,
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The Southern secession movement. Meeting at Wilmington, N. C.--The U. S. troops in North Carolina--News from Georgia. Alabama and South Carolina, &c., &c.,
"Don't Tread on Me," is the motto inscribed on the Virginia rifles, manufactured at the State Armory in this city, and issued to the volunteers of Dinwiddie and other counties in 1808. Immediately under the inscription, which is on the stock of the rifle, is a figure of a rattlesnake, at full length. This old rifle, which carries a large ball, and has a flint lock, is said to be identical with the new English rifle, which is so highly approved in Europe. A more formidable weapon for service we have not seen, and it would be well for the Commissioners to examine and pass upon its merits, before leaving home in search of new arms. We were also shown by Capt. Dimmock, yesterday afternoon, one of the Cavalry Swords manufactured at the Virginia Armory, in this city, fifty years ago, which is almost an exact pattern, in every respect, of the government sword now in use. Strange as it may appear, here are two weapons of war, manufactured in the Old Dominion more than half a century
nties in 1808. Immediately under the inscription, which is on the stock of the rifle, is a figure of a rattlesnake, at full length. This old rifle, which carries a large ball, and has a flint lock, is said to be identical with the new English rifle, which is so highly approved in Europe. A more formidable weapon for service we have not seen, and it would be well for the Commissioners to examine and pass upon its merits, before leaving home in search of new arms. We were also shown by Capt. Dimmock, yesterday afternoon, one of the Cavalry Swords manufactured at the Virginia Armory, in this city, fifty years ago, which is almost an exact pattern, in every respect, of the government sword now in use. Strange as it may appear, here are two weapons of war, manufactured in the Old Dominion more than half a century ago, one of which, not withstanding all the improvements in the implements of war, has lately been adopted and patented in England, (we mean the rifle,) and the other (the swo
James Banks (search for this): article 1
General suspension of the Banks. Yesterday all the Banks of this city followed the example of the Farmers' Bank, by suspending specie payments. This proceeding has met with the almost unanimous approval of the citizens of Richmond. The embarrassments of the times are not attributable, in the slightest degree to commercial or financial errors or excesses. They are altogether owing to causes of a political nature, over which neither our Banks nor this community could have control, and for which they are altogether irresponsible. But the effects of these causes penetrate every part of the country, and occasion a universal disturbance of the industry and trade of the nation. A commercial revulsion, having its origin in merely commercial and financial extravagance, could be in some measure controlled, and need not be so widespread in its effects; but the storm which threatens the Union with destruction, spreads its disastrous consequences everywhere, and produces that sort of pa
November 20th (search for this): article 1
Schr. Brunett, Johnson, down the river, light. Schr. M. C. Cramner, Ludford, river, light. Schr. Chericoke, Crump, the river, light. Baltimore,Nov. 20.--Cl'd, schr, Ashland, Norfolk. New York, Nov. 19.--Cl'd, schr. Ann, Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Mary, Fredericksburg. Nov. 20 Cl'd. steamship Jamestown, Rich-Cl'd, schr. Ann, Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Mary, Fredericksburg. Nov. 20 Cl'd. steamship Jamestown, Richmond. Boston. Nov. 13.--Arr'd, schr. S. R. Allen, Richmond. Rio Janeiro, Oct. 1.-- Arr'd, bark Sally Magee, Richmond. 5th, ship Grey Eagle, Norfolk. Alexandria, Nov. 20.-- Arr'd, schr. Sarah E Jones, Richmond. Cl'd, schr. Ann, Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Mary, Fredericksburg. Nov. 20 Cl'd. steamship Jamestown, Richmond. Boston. Nov. 13.--Arr'd, schr. S. R. Allen, Richmond. Rio Janeiro, Oct. 1.-- Arr'd, bark Sally Magee, Richmond. 5th, ship Grey Eagle, Norfolk. Alexandria, Nov. 20.-- Arr'd, schr. Sarah E Jones, Richmond.
Port of Richmond, November 21high water this day (Thursday) 11 ¾ o'clock. arrived Schr. Dan'l Townsend, Townsend, Jacksonville, lumber, Schr. M. S. Patridge, Rockland lime. Sailed Schr. Julia Main, Preston, New Orleans, mdze., W. D. Colquitt &Co. Schr. E. Goldsborough, Todd. Baltimore, light. Schr. Brunett, Johnson, down the river, light. Schr. M. C. Cramner, Ludford, river, light. Schr. Chericoke, Crump, the river, light. Baltimore,Nov. 20.--Cl'd, schr, Ashland, Norfolk. New York, Nov. 19.--Cl'd, schr. Ann, Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Mary, Fredericksburg. Nov. 20 Cl'd. steamship Jamestown, Richmond. Boston. Nov. 13.--Arr'd, schr. S. R. Allen, Richmond. Rio Janeiro, Oct. 1.-- Arr'd, bark Sally Magee, Richmond. 5th, ship Grey Eagle, Norfolk. Alexandria, Nov. 20.-- Arr'd, schr. Sarah E Jones, Richmond.
November 13th (search for this): article 1
Port of Richmond, November 21high water this day (Thursday) 11 ¾ o'clock. arrived Schr. Dan'l Townsend, Townsend, Jacksonville, lumber, Schr. M. S. Patridge, Rockland lime. Sailed Schr. Julia Main, Preston, New Orleans, mdze., W. D. Colquitt &Co. Schr. E. Goldsborough, Todd. Baltimore, light. Schr. Brunett, Johnson, down the river, light. Schr. M. C. Cramner, Ludford, river, light. Schr. Chericoke, Crump, the river, light. Baltimore,Nov. 20.--Cl'd, schr, Ashland, Norfolk. New York, Nov. 19.--Cl'd, schr. Ann, Petersburg. Arr'd, schr. Mary, Fredericksburg. Nov. 20 Cl'd. steamship Jamestown, Richmond. Boston. Nov. 13.--Arr'd, schr. S. R. Allen, Richmond. Rio Janeiro, Oct. 1.-- Arr'd, bark Sally Magee, Richmond. 5th, ship Grey Eagle, Norfolk. Alexandria, Nov. 20.-- Arr'd, schr. Sarah E Jones, Richmond.
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