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R. S. Vest (search for this): article 2
r containing full particulars will be furnished those who may desire further information. Terms.--Patients per week, $5; less than a week, $1 per diem; but the aggregate shall not exceed the charge for a full week. Patients attending the daily examinations (not fit subjects for Hospital Confinement,) charged the regular fee adopted by the profession at large. The above charges include board, medicine, medical attendance and nursing. Surgical operations charged according to rules of other Hospitals of the city. For further information, apply to the Physician resident at the Hospital, or to either of the undersigned Physicians and Proprietors. Frs. W. Hancock, M. D., Main st., bet. 3d and 4th, or No. 130 Main st. St. Geo. Peachy, M. D., Exchange Hotel, or Grace st., bet. 5th and 6th. R. S. Vest, M. D., Franklin st., Near Ballard House, or cor. Main and 7th sts. Philip S. Hancock, M. D., Resident Physician. J. G. Trevillian, M. D., Resident Assistant. ap 19--1y
Virginius (search for this): article 3
Washington, New York, &c., look to us decidedly warlike; but depend upon it, these Southern States can never be awed or driven into submission to the Government of the United States by all the combined machinations of the world. A few days ago, a young man who was about starting as a volunteer to Fort Moultrie, as he was about to buckle on his belt his mother took the belt out of his hand, and with her own put it on him, with the remark, "Go, my son, and let your mother say this to you, sever turn your back to the enemies of your State, and if you have to deal with them in deadly conflict, remember your mother's words, never submit to Black Republican rate." This was the only son of his mother, and she a widow. Such mothers could not give birth to cowards. The ladies of our city are actually, to a considerable extent, supplying the army with comforts, such as beds, blankets, clothing, and everything of the kind. One sentiment, one feeling, animates every one. Virginius.
E. W. Voss (search for this): article 6
Another fine vessel for Richmond. --A beautiful bark, of 860 tons, built for Messrs. E. W. de Voss & Co., of Richmond, is now ready for launching at the ship-yard of Cooper & Slicer, Baltimore. She is 161 feet long on deck, has 34 1-2 feet beam, and 32 feet hold. She has been constructed of the best materials throughout, and modelled especially for a freighting ship. Her cabin has been finished in handsome style, with eight state-rooms and all modern improvements. She has been named the "Roberta."
R. B. Waddy (search for this): article 2
lly Timberlake, dec'd, late of Louisa county. The sale will be continued from day to day until completed. We will also sell on the same day, a tract of Land lying in the same county, not far from Thompson's Cross Roads, being the tract on which Miss Elizabeth Timberlake resided at the time of her death. Terms of Sale.--As to the Slaves: On a credit of 6 months, the purchaser giving bonds with good security, bearing interest from the day of sale, with liberty, however, to any purchaser to pay the whole or any part of his purchase in cash to the Commissioners. As to the Land: One-fourth in cash, and as to the residue, on a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months, from the day of sale, the purchasers giving bonds with good security for the deferred instalments, bearing interest from their dates, and title to be retained until the purchase money is paid, as further security therefore. R. B. Waddy, Com'rs. Walter D. Leake, Com'rs. Alex. H. Sands. Com'rs. ja 24--td
William H. Wade (search for this): article 2
The young Guard. --A meeting of the Young Guard was held at their Armory on Tuesday night, for the purpose of electing a Captain, to supply the vacancy occasioned by the promotion of Maj. John S. Rady. The election was superintended by Col. John H. Richardson. Lieut. Smith nominated the 1st Lieutenant of the Company, George J. Austin, for the Post. Sergeant Wm. H. Wade nominated the 3d Lieutenant, Wm. A. Charters. Mr. Charters at first declined the nomination, but was prevailed on to allow his name to be used. The vote resulted — for Geo. J. Austin 18; for Wm. A. Charters 16; and several scattering. Capt. Austin acknowledged the honor conferred, and accepted the command. The Company then elected Wm. A. Charters 1st Lieutenant, and Lewis L. Smith 2d Lieutenant — postponing the election of 3d Lieutenant to Tuesday night next. After the meeting, the Company had a merry time over an entertainment of champagne and other exhilarating liquids. Several guests were present, and
John C. Walker (search for this): article 6
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Polities, &c., in Rockingham. Harrisonburg, Va, Jan. 22. After the regimental meeting yesterday, the candidates for the Convention commenced speaking. Each made his bow, announced himself, and argued his own claims, and advocated his own view of what the Convention should do. The following comprise the candidates so far; Col. A. S. Gray, Union; John F. Lewis, Union; John C. Walker, Secession; Dr. A. M. Newman, Secession; Jno. C. Woodson, Contingent; Dr. A. S. Coffiman, Union; Addison Harper, Union. Last night the Regimental officers were elected as follows; Colonel, S. B. Gibbons; Lieut. Colonel, E. T. H. Warren; 1st Major, Dr. Burke Chisman, 2d Major, Geo. W. Miller. This is a good selection, and the First Regiment of Rockinghom Volunteers will make a mark, if called into action. Yesterday was a poor day for auctioneers; the sales scarcely paid expenses. Pen.
S. M. Walton (search for this): article 10
James P. Holcombe, Professor of Constitutional Law in the University of Virginia, has resigned his position in that institution and announced himself a candidate for the State Convention. Mrs. S. M. Walton, mother of Madame Lo Vert of Mobile, and an accomplished lady of the old Virginia school, died in Mobile last week. Mrs. J. Von Freeden and child, and J. Wasmer, wife and child, all of Richmond, Va. , sailed from New York on Saturday, in the steamer Bremen. The Rev. C. M. Callaway, formerly of Virginia, but more recently in Kansas, has accepted the call of the vestry of the Church of the Ascension, in Baltimore. An address to the Queen of England for a separate Irish Parliament, and the right of self- government, has already received over 30,000 signatures in Ireland. There are fifty-seven cities in the world which contain from 100,000 to 200,000 inhabitants, twenty-three from 200,000 to 500,000, and twelve which contain above 500,000. Verdi is c
Hannah Frances Wanicott (search for this): article 12
A child Burnt to death. --A distressing casualty occurred yesterday morning, at the old United States Hotel, corner of Main and 19th streets, which resulted in the death of a little child, named Hannah Frances Wanicott, daughter of a widow lady residing in the building. The mother, we are informed, went from home in the morning, to go to market, leaving her three young children in the room, and locking the door. While the children were at play, the clothing of one of them caught fire from the grate. Their shrieks of terror attracted the attention of persons in the house, and when they gained admission to the room, a shocking spectacle met their view. The little girl, named above, aged between three and four years, was lying on the floor, in agonizing struggles, her garments having been consumed by the fire, and her face, body and limbs terribly burned. The little sufferer survived the accident but an hour or two. The distress of the mother, on returning home, may be better
R. P. Waring (search for this): article 5
Presentation to a Consul. --R. P. Waring, United States Consul at St. Thomas, a native of Virginia, was presented by the merchants and shipmasters there, on the 8th ult., with three silver vases, very tastily decorated with American flags wrought of silk. The occasion selected, and so indicated by the inscription on the vases, was the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans. Gen. Soto, of South American celebrity, was present and made a speech.
E. T. H. Warren (search for this): article 6
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Polities, &c., in Rockingham. Harrisonburg, Va, Jan. 22. After the regimental meeting yesterday, the candidates for the Convention commenced speaking. Each made his bow, announced himself, and argued his own claims, and advocated his own view of what the Convention should do. The following comprise the candidates so far; Col. A. S. Gray, Union; John F. Lewis, Union; John C. Walker, Secession; Dr. A. M. Newman, Secession; Jno. C. Woodson, Contingent; Dr. A. S. Coffiman, Union; Addison Harper, Union. Last night the Regimental officers were elected as follows; Colonel, S. B. Gibbons; Lieut. Colonel, E. T. H. Warren; 1st Major, Dr. Burke Chisman, 2d Major, Geo. W. Miller. This is a good selection, and the First Regiment of Rockinghom Volunteers will make a mark, if called into action. Yesterday was a poor day for auctioneers; the sales scarcely paid expenses. Pen.
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