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September 30th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
Pay Office Engineer Depart't of Va., Richmond, Va.,Sept. 30th 1861. Notice.--The Acting Paymaster for the Engineer Department of Virginia will be in this city from the 11th to 19th of October, inclusive, for the purpose of making payments for materials and supplies, including labor furnished for Defensive Works, constructed under the direction of the Engineer Office of this city. He will then visit Norfolk and vicinity, for the purpose of paying for work done and supplies furnished under the direction of the Engineer Office there. Parties having claims will please present them to the proper office, that they may be made out and approved in time to be paid by him. James Maurice. 1st Lieut. Act'g Paymaster Eng'r Dep't. oc 3--2awt019
Pay Office Engineer Depart't of Va., Richmond, Va.,Sept. 30th 1861. Notice.--The Acting Paymaster for the Engineer Department of Virginia will be in this city from the 11th to 19th of October, inclusive, for the purpose of making payments for materials and supplies, including labor furnished for Defensive Works, constructed under the direction of the Engineer Office of this city. He will then visit Norfolk and vicinity, for the purpose of paying for work done and supplies furnished under the direction of the Engineer Office there. Parties having claims will please present them to the proper office, that they may be made out and approved in time to be paid by him. James Maurice. 1st Lieut. Act'g Paymaster Eng'r Dep't. oc 3--2awt019
Pay Office Engineer Depart't of Va., Richmond, Va.,Sept. 30th 1861. Notice.--The Acting Paymaster for the Engineer Department of Virginia will be in this city from the 11th to 19th of October, inclusive, for the purpose of making payments for materials and supplies, including labor furnished for Defensive Works, constructed under the direction of the Engineer Office of this city. He will then visit Norfolk and vicinity, for the purpose of paying for work done and supplies furnished under the direction of the Engineer Office there. Parties having claims will please present them to the proper office, that they may be made out and approved in time to be paid by him. James Maurice. 1st Lieut. Act'g Paymaster Eng'r Dep't. oc 3--2awt019
James Maurice (search for this): article 1
Pay Office Engineer Depart't of Va., Richmond, Va.,Sept. 30th 1861. Notice.--The Acting Paymaster for the Engineer Department of Virginia will be in this city from the 11th to 19th of October, inclusive, for the purpose of making payments for materials and supplies, including labor furnished for Defensive Works, constructed under the direction of the Engineer Office of this city. He will then visit Norfolk and vicinity, for the purpose of paying for work done and supplies furnished under the direction of the Engineer Office there. Parties having claims will please present them to the proper office, that they may be made out and approved in time to be paid by him. James Maurice. 1st Lieut. Act'g Paymaster Eng'r Dep't. oc 3--2awt019
Pay Office Engineer Depart't of Va., Richmond, Va.,Sept. 30th 1861. Notice.--The Acting Paymaster for the Engineer Department of Virginia will be in this city from the 11th to 19th of October, inclusive, for the purpose of making payments for materials and supplies, including labor furnished for Defensive Works, constructed under the direction of the Engineer Office of this city. He will then visit Norfolk and vicinity, for the purpose of paying for work done and supplies furnished under the direction of the Engineer Office there. Parties having claims will please present them to the proper office, that they may be made out and approved in time to be paid by him. James Maurice. 1st Lieut. Act'g Paymaster Eng'r Dep't. oc 3--2awt019
October 11th - October 19th (search for this): article 1
Pay Office Engineer Depart't of Va., Richmond, Va.,Sept. 30th 1861. Notice.--The Acting Paymaster for the Engineer Department of Virginia will be in this city from the 11th to 19th of October, inclusive, for the purpose of making payments for materials and supplies, including labor furnished for Defensive Works, constructed under the direction of the Engineer Office of this city. He will then visit Norfolk and vicinity, for the purpose of paying for work done and supplies furnished under the direction of the Engineer Office there. Parties having claims will please present them to the proper office, that they may be made out and approved in time to be paid by him. James Maurice. 1st Lieut. Act'g Paymaster Eng'r Dep't. oc 3--2awt019
0, the Chief of Police is furnished with a house, (rent free.) The First Lieutenant's salary is reduced from $1,200 to $1,000, and the Second and Third Lieutenants from $1,100 to $800. The pay of the Sergeants, except the Orderly, and the pay of the privates remain unchanged. The salaries of the Clerk of Council, Messenger, Superintendent Fire Alarm Telegraph, City Reporter, Port Physician, "c., have also been proportionably reduced. Health of the seaboard section. During the war of 1812, large numbers of the soldiers stationed at Norfolk died, and ever since sickness and death have been associated with Norfolk in the minds of many persons in the up-country. But we think facts will dispel this illusion. A comparison will show that there have been many more deaths among the soldiers about Manassas and on the Potomac and in the Northwest than about Norfolk. Many of the regiments about Norfolk have not lost a man during the season, and others only two or three. In the regime
st a man during the season, and others only two or three. In the regiments stationed at Suffolk and in the vicinity of Smithfield, but few comparatively have died. Thus figures show that the idea of this being an unhealthy section of country is not well founded. The French in New York. The Charleston Mercury, of Wednesday, says: We were yesterday visited by Prof. Du Bos, of Barhamville, who has just returned, by way of Louisville, from the North, having left New York on the 29th ult. He represents the reaction in feeling against the war as very general among commercial men. With the French population the war in especially unpopular, and the French regiment of New York, known as the Gards Lafayette, could only be mustered into service by filling up its ranks — once exclusively French--with men of other nationalities. Changeable. Cairo appears to be an unhealthy place for Yankee generals. First Gen. Prentiss was superseded by Gen. Grant, and now Grant has been
rcial men. With the French population the war in especially unpopular, and the French regiment of New York, known as the Gards Lafayette, could only be mustered into service by filling up its ranks — once exclusively French--with men of other nationalities. Changeable. Cairo appears to be an unhealthy place for Yankee generals. First Gen. Prentiss was superseded by Gen. Grant, and now Grant has been superseded by Gen. Charles. F. Smith, We have not learned who will supersede Smith. cial men. With the French population the war in especially unpopular, and the French regiment of New York, known as the Gards Lafayette, could only be mustered into service by filling up its ranks — once exclusively French--with men of other nationalities. Changeable. Cairo appears to be an unhealthy place for Yankee generals. First Gen. Prentiss was superseded by Gen. Grant, and now Grant has been superseded by Gen. Charles. F. Smith, We have not learned who will supersede Smith
he court fined him twenty-five dollars, and bound him in a bond of five hundred dollars to demean himself as a good citizen of the State and Confederate States. Extensive robbery in Charleston, S. C. On Thursday night last the house of Mrs. White, corner of Tradd and Greenhill streets, was burglariously entered, and a small box, containing jewelry and stock, with some $800 in bank bills, was stolen. The matter was immediately given over to the police, who, on yesterday, succeeded in arresting two negroes, one named Alice, belonging to Mrs., White, and the other named William, belonging to Mr. Wm. Green. From these negroes the small box was recovered, containing $2,000 in city six per cents and a lot of valuable jewelry; upwards of $600 of the bank bills have also been recovered. The negroes are in custody for examination. Wholesale reduction of salaries. The City Council of Charleston has made a decisive break for retrenchment: The salary of the Mayor has bee
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