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Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
Meeting of the people of Henrico. In Henrico County Court this day, on the motion of the Commonwealth's Attorney, John B. Young, Esq., the session of the court and grand jury was adjourned for a short time, to give place to a general meeting of the people, for the purpose of devising ways and means for obtaining supplies for e invited the people of these States to assemble in public meetings and manifest anew their spirit of devotion to the cause of Independence, we, the people of Henrico county, do therefore resolve: 1. "That having taken up arms in the beginning of this war from a conviction of right, and impelled by a sense of duty and honorit was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrs. William F. D. Garnett, John A. Hutcheson and George D. Pleasants a committee for Henrico county, to call the attention of every family to the wants of the army, and to urge them to contribute, in some way, as large a portion of their supplies as can poss
United States (United States) (search for this): article 6
; and there fore we promise such systematic measures, in this regard, as may seem to be necessary and proper. 5. "That we have unshaken confidence in the ability, patriotism and devotion of President Davis; and applauding him for what he has accomplished in furtherance and support of our country's cause, we would cheer and sustain him in the performance of the high duties of his responsible office. 6. "That the appointment of General Lee as General-in-chief of the Armies of the Confederate States is received by us with great satisfaction; we confide in his ability to use to the utmost possible advantage the means placed at his disposal; and we trust that he may be preserved from all peril, to glorify with us the only Giver of all victory. 7. "That with reference to the employment of negroes as soldiers in our army we defer to the opinion of the General-in-chief that it is expedient and necessary — and therefore we will not withhold from him such an element of strength; it b
Joseph J. English (search for this): article 6
or hereafter contributions in food or money." the resolutions were sustained in appropriate remarks by Messrs. Robert A. Mayo, John N. Davis, John B. Young, Daniel Radcliffe and William F. G. Garnett, and, having been seconded by Captain Joseph J. English, were unanimously adopted. it was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrs. William F. D. Garnett, John A. Hutcheson and George D. Pleasants a committee for Henrico county, to call the attention of ever, the Justices of the Court then appointed the following committees under the first resolution offered by the Rev. Dr. Walker, to wit: First District: W. C. Knight, R. A. Mayo, Jackson F. Childrey. Second District: Miles Eggleston, Jos. J. English, P. H. Huffman. Third District: James M. Carter, D. S. Delaplaine, George W. Carter. Fourth District: B. W. Green, Jr., William C. Moncure, Henry Austin. On motion, the meeting then adjourned. John Nettles, Chairman. James T.
Robert A. Mayo (search for this): article 6
ke effort for the raining of further supplies to the army. 2. "resolved, that said committee be authorized to receive at once or hereafter contributions in food or money." the resolutions were sustained in appropriate remarks by Messrs. Robert A. Mayo, John N. Davis, John B. Young, Daniel Radcliffe and William F. G. Garnett, and, having been seconded by Captain Joseph J. English, were unanimously adopted. it was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrss can possibly be spared. to act in co-operation with that committee, the Justices of the Court then appointed the following committees under the first resolution offered by the Rev. Dr. Walker, to wit: First District: W. C. Knight, R. A. Mayo, Jackson F. Childrey. Second District: Miles Eggleston, Jos. J. English, P. H. Huffman. Third District: James M. Carter, D. S. Delaplaine, George W. Carter. Fourth District: B. W. Green, Jr., William C. Moncure, Henry Austin. On m
George W. Carter (search for this): article 6
and, having been seconded by Captain Joseph J. English, were unanimously adopted. it was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrs. William F. D. Garnett, John A. Hutcheson and George D. Pleasants a committee for Henrico county, to call the attention of every family to the wants of the army, and to urge them to contribute, in some way, as large a portion of their supplies as can possibly be spared. to act in co-operation with that committee, the Justices of the Court then appointed the following committees under the first resolution offered by the Rev. Dr. Walker, to wit: First District: W. C. Knight, R. A. Mayo, Jackson F. Childrey. Second District: Miles Eggleston, Jos. J. English, P. H. Huffman. Third District: James M. Carter, D. S. Delaplaine, George W. Carter. Fourth District: B. W. Green, Jr., William C. Moncure, Henry Austin. On motion, the meeting then adjourned. John Nettles, Chairman. James T. Redd, Secretary.
John Nettles (search for this): article 6
ion of the court and grand jury was adjourned for a short time, to give place to a general meeting of the people, for the purpose of devising ways and means for obtaining supplies for the Army of Northern Virginia. On motion of Mr. Young, John Nettles, Esq., presiding justice, was appointed chairman, and Mr. James T. Redd appointed secretary. Before entering upon the proposed business, the following preamble and resolutions, offered by Colonel Thomas H. Ellis, were adopted, without dishe Court then appointed the following committees under the first resolution offered by the Rev. Dr. Walker, to wit: First District: W. C. Knight, R. A. Mayo, Jackson F. Childrey. Second District: Miles Eggleston, Jos. J. English, P. H. Huffman. Third District: James M. Carter, D. S. Delaplaine, George W. Carter. Fourth District: B. W. Green, Jr., William C. Moncure, Henry Austin. On motion, the meeting then adjourned. John Nettles, Chairman. James T. Redd, Secretary.
D. S. Delaplaine (search for this): article 6
and, having been seconded by Captain Joseph J. English, were unanimously adopted. it was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrs. William F. D. Garnett, John A. Hutcheson and George D. Pleasants a committee for Henrico county, to call the attention of every family to the wants of the army, and to urge them to contribute, in some way, as large a portion of their supplies as can possibly be spared. to act in co-operation with that committee, the Justices of the Court then appointed the following committees under the first resolution offered by the Rev. Dr. Walker, to wit: First District: W. C. Knight, R. A. Mayo, Jackson F. Childrey. Second District: Miles Eggleston, Jos. J. English, P. H. Huffman. Third District: James M. Carter, D. S. Delaplaine, George W. Carter. Fourth District: B. W. Green, Jr., William C. Moncure, Henry Austin. On motion, the meeting then adjourned. John Nettles, Chairman. James T. Redd, Secretary.
offered the following resolutions for adoption: 1. "resolved, that the Justices of this Court be authorized to appoint a committee of three for each magisterial district to make effort for the raining of further supplies to the army. 2. "resolved, that said committee be authorized to receive at once or hereafter contributions in food or money." the resolutions were sustained in appropriate remarks by Messrs. Robert A. Mayo, John N. Davis, John B. Young, Daniel Radcliffe and William F. G. Garnett, and, having been seconded by Captain Joseph J. English, were unanimously adopted. it was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrs. William F. D. Garnett, John A. Hutcheson and George D. Pleasants a committee for Henrico county, to call the attention of every family to the wants of the army, and to urge them to contribute, in some way, as large a portion of their supplies as can possibly be spared. to act in co-operation with that committ
R. E. Lee (search for this): article 6
to aid in supporting the families of our needy soldiers; and there fore we promise such systematic measures, in this regard, as may seem to be necessary and proper. 5. "That we have unshaken confidence in the ability, patriotism and devotion of President Davis; and applauding him for what he has accomplished in furtherance and support of our country's cause, we would cheer and sustain him in the performance of the high duties of his responsible office. 6. "That the appointment of General Lee as General-in-chief of the Armies of the Confederate States is received by us with great satisfaction; we confide in his ability to use to the utmost possible advantage the means placed at his disposal; and we trust that he may be preserved from all peril, to glorify with us the only Giver of all victory. 7. "That with reference to the employment of negroes as soldiers in our army we defer to the opinion of the General-in-chief that it is expedient and necessary — and therefore we wil
George D. Pleasants (search for this): article 6
. 2. "resolved, that said committee be authorized to receive at once or hereafter contributions in food or money." the resolutions were sustained in appropriate remarks by Messrs. Robert A. Mayo, John N. Davis, John B. Young, Daniel Radcliffe and William F. G. Garnett, and, having been seconded by Captain Joseph J. English, were unanimously adopted. it was announced that the Bureau of Subsistence had already appointed Messrs. William F. D. Garnett, John A. Hutcheson and George D. Pleasants a committee for Henrico county, to call the attention of every family to the wants of the army, and to urge them to contribute, in some way, as large a portion of their supplies as can possibly be spared. to act in co-operation with that committee, the Justices of the Court then appointed the following committees under the first resolution offered by the Rev. Dr. Walker, to wit: First District: W. C. Knight, R. A. Mayo, Jackson F. Childrey. Second District: Miles Eggles
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