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The prisoners captured by the State line. One hundred and eighteen of the prisoners captured by the State line in the brilliant affairs at Prestonsburg and Pikesville, in Kentucky, arrived here on the morning of the 27th of last mouth. I have had preparations made for their safe-keeping, and I have announced to the President of the United States the terms upon which exchanges can alone be made. In the meantime I have placed in the penitentiary and put at hard work Captain Gramm and Lieut. Wade, who are to remain at hard work as hostages for Capt. Duskey and Lieut. Vannor now in confinement in the District penitentiary at Washington city. I have also placed in solitary confinement Capt. Thos Damron and Lieut. Wilson Damron, and privates John W. Howe, Isaac Goble, David V. Auxier, Samuel Pace, and Wm. S. Dille, who are held as host ages for the gallant Zarvona, who has been in confinement since July 1861 and who has been treated (if the half I hear is true) with a brutality
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tions made for their safe-keeping, and I have announced to the President of the United States the terms upon which exchanges can alone be made. In the meantime I have placed in the penitentiary and put at hard work Captain Gramm and Lieut. Wade, who are to remain at hard work as hostages for Capt. Duskey and Lieut. Vannor now in confinement in the District penitentiary at Washington city. I have also placed in solitary confinement Capt. Thos Damron and Lieut. Wilson Damron, and privates John W. Howe, Isaac Goble, David V. Auxier, Samuel Pace, and Wm. S. Dille, who are held as host ages for the gallant Zarvona, who has been in confinement since July 1861 and who has been treated (if the half I hear is true) with a brutality unparalleled in the history of civilized warfare. Five others deserters from the Confederate service, have been turned over for trial. The other prisoners are confined and treated as prisoners of war, not to be released (with my consent) until some general
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esident of the United States the terms upon which exchanges can alone be made. In the meantime I have placed in the penitentiary and put at hard work Captain Gramm and Lieut. Wade, who are to remain at hard work as hostages for Capt. Duskey and Lieut. Vannor now in confinement in the District penitentiary at Washington city. I have also placed in solitary confinement Capt. Thos Damron and Lieut. Wilson Damron, and privates John W. Howe, Isaac Goble, David V. Auxier, Samuel Pace, and Wm. S. Dille, who are held as host ages for the gallant Zarvona, who has been in confinement since July 1861 and who has been treated (if the half I hear is true) with a brutality unparalleled in the history of civilized warfare. Five others deserters from the Confederate service, have been turned over for trial. The other prisoners are confined and treated as prisoners of war, not to be released (with my consent) until some general rule shall be adopted in regard to prisoners and private citizens,
, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17,691,763.49, and there will be a the Treasury on September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury notes there were in circulation December, 1862. $1,493.340. The of these notes in 1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 hav1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 have been redeemed. Of non-interest bearing Treasury notes there are $3,045,147 now in circulation. Expenses of the War. The total amount paid through the Auditor's of for the war, is $7,337,118.50, of which sum $1,314,951.29 is chargeable to the Virginia State Lice. It is cause for congratulation, that although be pecuniary burden upon Virginia has been heavy from the commencement of the war, she has sustained it with a spirit and courage worthy of her revolutionary fame. All the dema
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l remain one and indivisible, and that he will never assent to an adjustment which will take from her one square foot of her territory. Finances of the State. The balance in the Treasury on the 1st of October, 1861, was $138,214.84 and the amount received from October 1, 1861 to September 30, 1862. was 954 12, making $9,093,047.96. The amount of warrants issued upon the Treasury from October 1, 1861, to September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17,691,763.49, and there will be a the Treasury on September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury notes there were in circulation December, 1862. $1,493.340. The of these notes in 1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 have been redeemed. Of non-interest bearing T
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093,047.96. The amount of warrants issued upon the Treasury from October 1, 1861, to September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17,691,763.49, and there will be a the Treasury on September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury notes there were in circulation December, 1862. $1,493.340. The of these notes in 1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 have been redeemed. Of non-interest bearing Treasury notes there are $3,045,147 now in circulation. Expenses of the War. The total amount paid through the Auditor's of for the war, is $7,337,118.50, of which sum $1,314,951.29 is chargeable to the Virginia State Lice. It is cause for congratulation, that although be pecuniary burden upon Virginia has been heavy fro
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ed upon the Treasury from October 1, 1861, to September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17,691,763.49, and there will be a the Treasury on September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury notes there were in circulation December, 1862. $1,493.340. The of these notes in 1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 have been redeemed. Of non-interest bearing Treasury notes there are $3,045,147 now in circulation. Expenses of the War. The total amount paid through the Auditor's of for the war, is $7,337,118.50, of which sum $1,314,951.29 is chargeable to the Virginia State Lice. It is cause for congratulation, that although be pecuniary burden upon Virginia has been heavy from the commencement of the war, she has s
October 1st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 5
never assent to an adjustment which will take from her one square foot of her territory. Finances of the State. The balance in the Treasury on the 1st of October, 1861, was $138,214.84 and the amount received from October 1, 1861 to September 30, 1862. was 954 12, making $9,093,047.96. The amount of warrants issued upon October 1, 1861 to September 30, 1862. was 954 12, making $9,093,047.96. The amount of warrants issued upon the Treasury from October 1, 1861, to September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17October 1, 1861, to September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17,691,763.49, and there will be a the Treasury on September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury notes there were in circulation December, 1862. $1,493.340. The of these notes in 1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 have been redeemed. Of non-interest bearing Treasury notes there are $3,045,147 now in circu
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ty very embarrassing. The owners of the works, after the Legislature had refused to buy them out, had made contracts to supply several States, and also to supply the Confederate Government with 22,000 bushels of salt per month. In view of there facts, and the many obstacles and difficulties which would necessarily have attended operating the works after they were seized, he determined to buy salt, which has been done and the salt properly distributed. The Penitentiary. On the 9th of December last there were in the State prison 301 convicts — of which 240 were white males, 3 white flimsies, 32 free negroes and 26 slaves. The total number of convict employed in mechanical pursuit was 298. There are 107 free and slave convicts hired out. The report of the institution for the year ending the 29th of September, 1862 the Governor frankly confesses he can not understand. It appears from the figures that the profits on manufactures in the several wards have amounted for the yea
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ever assent to an adjustment which will take from her one square foot of her territory. Finances of the State. The balance in the Treasury on the 1st of October, 1861, was $138,214.84 and the amount received from October 1, 1861 to September 30, 1862. was 954 12, making $9,093,047.96. The amount of warrants issued upon the Treasury from October 1, 1861, to September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the September 30, 1862, was $8,658, $46.45, leaving a balance in the Treasury October 1, 1862 of $4 4,201.51. This balance, with the estimated receipts up to September 30, 1863. which are estimated at $17,324,446.63 will make $17,758,618.14 From this deduct the estimated expenditures for 1861, $17,691,763.49, and there will be a the Treasury on September 30, 1863. of $66,884.65 Of interest hearing Treasury notes there were in circulation December, 1862. $1,493.340. The of these notes in 1861 reached $5,025,960 and $5,510,620 have been redeemed. Of non-interest bearing Treasury notes there are $3,045,147 now in circula
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