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Arabia left, and returned in consequence of an accident. Her mails and passengers were transferred to the Arabia. Capt. Henry says his steamer broke both the flanges of her screw, Feb. 20th, in latitude 30 deg., longitude 34 deg., but continued on her voyage until the 26th, under canvas, when she encountered a heavy gale from westward, and put before it and reached Queenstown on the third, During one day's sail she made 280 miles under canvas. The Canada arrived at Queenstown on the 2d inst. The siege of Messina was expected to commence at an early day. In the House of Commons the Syrian question had been under debate, and the conduct of the French troops in Syria generally condemned. Lord John Russell, in a speech on the question, admitted that the occupation by the French army had been useful, but thought it desirable that it should terminate as soon as possible. The Great Eastern would probably be ready next month to make another voyage to New York.
arrived yesterday. She brings ½260,000 in specie. The Australasian arrived at Queenstown the day the Arabia left, and returned in consequence of an accident. Her mails and passengers were transferred to the Arabia. Capt. Henry says his steamer broke both the flanges of her screw, Feb. 20th, in latitude 30 deg., longitude 34 deg., but continued on her voyage until the 26th, under canvas, when she encountered a heavy gale from westward, and put before it and reached Queenstown on the third, During one day's sail she made 280 miles under canvas. The Canada arrived at Queenstown on the 2d inst. The siege of Messina was expected to commence at an early day. In the House of Commons the Syrian question had been under debate, and the conduct of the French troops in Syria generally condemned. Lord John Russell, in a speech on the question, admitted that the occupation by the French army had been useful, but thought it desirable that it should terminate as soon as
, known as "Fort Sumter," was demolished by the citizens of that place last week. The woolen factory of Bailey & Bowman, in Frederick county, Va., was burnt on the 7th inst. Loss $3,000. D. M. Warren, the author of several well-known educational works, died in Baltimore on the 9th inst. Peachy R. Gilmer, a prominent citizen of Montgomery, Ala., died on the 13th inst. He was a native of Virginia. The small-pox is prevalent in Jersey City.--Fifteen cases have resulted fatally. Temperance Hall, in South Nashville, Tenn., was destroyed by fire a few days since. A recruiting office for the Confederate States army, is about to be opened in Washington. Sir Charles Fellowes has bequeathed the watch of Milton to the British Museum. Jno. W. Leonard, editor of the Masonic Signal, died at Atlanta, Ga., on the 14th inst. The California Senate has endorsed the Crittenden resolutions. Geo. W. Helm was drowned in Harrison county, Va., on the 3d inst.
The United States Constitution. -- Thomas L. M. Chipley qualified as an attorney before the County Court of Hardy county, Va., on Monday, the 4th inst. It is the practice of the courts of the Commonwealth to require of an applicant to practice to take an oath to support the Constitution of the United States, but, in this instance, Mr. C. refusing to take said oath, it was omitted.
Nine Cheers for the gallant Cockade. Petersburg has covered itself with glory. At one time the strongest Union town in Virginia, the manifest coercion policy of the Irrepressible Conflict Administration at Washington has opened its eyes to the truth that secession is now the only remedy consistent with the honor and independence of Virginia. The vote for instruction shows a clear gain of 309 votes over the vote received by Mr. Wallace, on the 4th ult. We should like to hear Richmond speak, and all slaveholding Virginia to let its voice be heard. The same revolution which has carried the citadel of Unionism has swept over every portion of the State which is identified with the slavery institution. We have never doubted for one moment that the majority of the people of both parties, with few and inconsiderable exceptions, are true to the Southern cause, and to their Southern brethren — that they are candid, honest, and open to conviction, and only need to see the light to embra
Trustee's Sale of land and five Negroes, in Hanover. --Pursuant to the provisions of a deed of trust, dated the 24th October, 1860, and recorded in the Clerk's Office of Hanover County Court, on the 25th October, 1860, from Burwell B. Dickinson, and Otery F., his wife, to the subscriber, I shall, at the request of-- & Hutcheson, the beneficiaries in said deed, on the 19th of April, 1861, (if fair; if not, the first fair day thereafter. Sundays excepted,) proceed to sell at auction, for cash to the highest bidder, at Green Bay in the upper end of Hanover, three miles from Beaver Dam Depot, on the Virginia Central Railroad, and half a mile from Green Bay Crossing, the following property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the debt, $2,084 80, secured by said deed of trust, with interest thereon from the 24th October, 1860 and all costs of preparing and enforcing said deed or trust selling the Negroes first. The property to be sold is thus described in the deed of trus
things at the present juncture. Mrs. Elizabeth Fudge died in Washington county, Va., on the 9th inst., leaving 100 grand children and nearly fifty great-grand-children. John R. Branner, of Knoxville, has been elected President of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad. A house of ill-fame, in Wythville, Va., known as "Fort Sumter," was demolished by the citizens of that place last week. The woolen factory of Bailey & Bowman, in Frederick county, Va., was burnt on the 7th inst. Loss $3,000. D. M. Warren, the author of several well-known educational works, died in Baltimore on the 9th inst. Peachy R. Gilmer, a prominent citizen of Montgomery, Ala., died on the 13th inst. He was a native of Virginia. The small-pox is prevalent in Jersey City.--Fifteen cases have resulted fatally. Temperance Hall, in South Nashville, Tenn., was destroyed by fire a few days since. A recruiting office for the Confederate States army, is about to be opened in W
Colonel Forney, in command of the Pensacola Navy-Yard, informed the commander of the sloop- of-war Brooklyn, on the 8th inst., that he could get no more water or coal at that station.
h he is a member. Wm. H. Russell, the well-known correspondent of the London Times, will, it is said, come to this country to describe men and things at the present juncture. Mrs. Elizabeth Fudge died in Washington county, Va., on the 9th inst., leaving 100 grand children and nearly fifty great-grand-children. John R. Branner, of Knoxville, has been elected President of the East Tennessee and Virginia Railroad. A house of ill-fame, in Wythville, Va., known as "Fort Sumter," the citizens of that place last week. The woolen factory of Bailey & Bowman, in Frederick county, Va., was burnt on the 7th inst. Loss $3,000. D. M. Warren, the author of several well-known educational works, died in Baltimore on the 9th inst. Peachy R. Gilmer, a prominent citizen of Montgomery, Ala., died on the 13th inst. He was a native of Virginia. The small-pox is prevalent in Jersey City.--Fifteen cases have resulted fatally. Temperance Hall, in South Nashville,
End of a Tragedy. -- Richard Hadden, who was shot by James McLain, (whose suicide has been noticed,) at the Spring House, Wheeling, Va., on the 12th inst., died of his wound the next day. Before death, he heard of the death of McLain, and expressed much regret, as they had always been friends before the rencontre. This terrible affair was the result of drinking. Both victims were buried on Wednesday.
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