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W. Wilson (search for this): article 1
the Legislature. Both Houses of the Legislature met yesterday at 12o'clock. The Senate adjourned until to-day, there being no quorum present. In the House Mr. Hugh W. Sheffey of Augusta, was nominated for Speaker and elected without opposition. In taking the seat he made a brief and very eloquent address, which we regret we have not space to publish. He assured the House that though our arms continued to be blessed with history the contact was by no means ended, and it us to see that no distracting conflicts should among those who are the pilots of the State. He said that "Virginia, after the struggle in past, will stand as the majestic oak of the forest after the storm, stripped, it may be, of its leaves, but still with trunk and proudest branches unscathed." Gen. W. Wilson of R was elected 2d Doorkeeper. Tuesday next, the 12th, was fixed upon for the balloting for a Confederate States Senator. After the Governor's Message was read the House adjourned.
Hugh W. Sheffey (search for this): article 1
Meeting of the Legislature. Both Houses of the Legislature met yesterday at 12o'clock. The Senate adjourned until to-day, there being no quorum present. In the House Mr. Hugh W. Sheffey of Augusta, was nominated for Speaker and elected without opposition. In taking the seat he made a brief and very eloquent address, which we regret we have not space to publish. He assured the House that though our arms continued to be blessed with history the contact was by no means ended, and it us to see that no distracting conflicts should among those who are the pilots of the State. He said that "Virginia, after the struggle in past, will stand as the majestic oak of the forest after the storm, stripped, it may be, of its leaves, but still with trunk and proudest branches unscathed." Gen. W. Wilson of R was elected 2d Doorkeeper. Tuesday next, the 12th, was fixed upon for the balloting for a Confederate States Senator. After the Governor's Message was read the House
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
the Legislature. Both Houses of the Legislature met yesterday at 12o'clock. The Senate adjourned until to-day, there being no quorum present. In the House Mr. Hugh W. Sheffey of Augusta, was nominated for Speaker and elected without opposition. In taking the seat he made a brief and very eloquent address, which we regret we have not space to publish. He assured the House that though our arms continued to be blessed with history the contact was by no means ended, and it us to see that no distracting conflicts should among those who are the pilots of the State. He said that "Virginia, after the struggle in past, will stand as the majestic oak of the forest after the storm, stripped, it may be, of its leaves, but still with trunk and proudest branches unscathed." Gen. W. Wilson of R was elected 2d Doorkeeper. Tuesday next, the 12th, was fixed upon for the balloting for a Confederate States Senator. After the Governor's Message was read the House adjourned.
John H. McCarthy (search for this): article 1
Fatal Accident. --Howard McCarthy, aged six year's son th late John H. McCarthy, fell from a brick wa adjoining the residence of his grandfather, (Mr. Jacob Barns) on Grace street, near St. Paul's Church, on Tuesday last, striking on his head and producing concussion of the brain, from the effect which he died yesterday.
Howard McCarthy (search for this): article 1
Fatal Accident. --Howard McCarthy, aged six year's son th late John H. McCarthy, fell from a brick wa adjoining the residence of his grandfather, (Mr. Jacob Barns) on Grace street, near St. Paul's Church, on Tuesday last, striking on his head and producing concussion of the brain, from the effect which he died yesterday.
Jacob Barns (search for this): article 1
Fatal Accident. --Howard McCarthy, aged six year's son th late John H. McCarthy, fell from a brick wa adjoining the residence of his grandfather, (Mr. Jacob Barns) on Grace street, near St. Paul's Church, on Tuesday last, striking on his head and producing concussion of the brain, from the effect which he died yesterday.
St. Paul's church (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 1
Fatal Accident. --Howard McCarthy, aged six year's son th late John H. McCarthy, fell from a brick wa adjoining the residence of his grandfather, (Mr. Jacob Barns) on Grace street, near St. Paul's Church, on Tuesday last, striking on his head and producing concussion of the brain, from the effect which he died yesterday.
Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 1
nals in Paris announced the fact in terms which would have been offensive to any Government but that of the United States. The correspondent says that although indications are that while better feeling is growing up towards us in England the contrary is true of France. Smith the Secretary of the Interior, has resigned and gone home. Rumor says that Lincoln was shot at, and his coachman wounded, while riding through the streets of Washington on New Year's evening. A grand reception was given by the President on New Year's day, which was largely attended by Congressmen and foreign Ministers. The Inquirer says that the whole movements of the rebel armies in the West show that they made desperate exertions to cut Grant's army off. It says the movements were planned by Jeff. Davis himself but signally failed. The Captain of the bark Trent reports the destruction of his vessel by a new rebel privateer on the 5th of December. Himself and crew were sent adrift.
Southern Association Dispatchesfurther Northern news. Resignation of Lincoln's Secretary of the Interior--a New rebel privateer out. Petersburg, Jan. 7. --The Philadelphia Inquirer, of the 4th inst., has been received at Ivor Station. It has no general news of importance, but contains some items of interest. The Paris correspondent of the New York Commercial under date of December 15th, says there is no doubt that a secret league exists between Mr. Slidell and the French Government, Slidell being naturally interested in affairs at New Orleans, where his property has been confiscated; and the French Government looking upon Louisiana as almost a French province. The arrival of a French fleet at New Orleans was received with great joy by the Southerns, and the official journals in Paris announced the fact in terms which would have been offensive to any Government but that of the United States. The correspondent says that although indications are that while
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up towards us in England the contrary is true of France. Smith the Secretary of the Interior, has resigned and gone home. Rumor says that Lincoln was shot at, and his coachman wounded, while riding through the streets of Washington on New Year's evening. A grand reception was given by the President on New Year's day, which was largely attended by Congressmen and foreign Ministers. The Inquirer says that the whole movements of the rebel armies in the West show that they made deption was given by the President on New Year's day, which was largely attended by Congressmen and foreign Ministers. The Inquirer says that the whole movements of the rebel armies in the West show that they made desperate exertions to cut Grant's army off. It says the movements were planned by Jeff. Davis himself but signally failed. The Captain of the bark Trent reports the destruction of his vessel by a new rebel privateer on the 5th of December. Himself and crew were sent adrift.
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