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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 7 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL f s—$6 a year in advance.] 11. - STATE JOURNAL, ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by TURNER & Co., Hers and Proprietors, tteis pertaining to the office must be addressed. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va. ra per annum, in advance. .e city by faithful carriers at fifteen in wrappers, all ready for mailing, To. desk, at three cents per copy. Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. LfsP ADVERTISING, J< ERl!“i, Alil> INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. C 10 cents per line. *7 cents per line for each insertion do •• “ “ “ “ estions acts per line for each iuserti on • f*. 4 vi ii i. .. ic u 01“ -3 “ “ - and over, 1 cent “ “ GNUSS CAR ns, e»AY»i:K HiEiß. Ini- and Attorney at Law, nl a»l Notary Public. J re. V. corner of King and Royal Streets, An.AEKXANDRIA. VA. hn / * van PEPPEK Vnd Counsellor at Law, Building fronting Market, hndria, Virginia, ■» ur)RNEY at law, .iee ice and Washington Streets* )nt ; LEX A NuRI A, YA. iw? up.:. J IX. G ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 7 July 1864

STATE JUUMiii- ALEXANDRIA: THURSDAY EVENING, JULi 1, 1364. W. J. COWING Principal Editor. B. W. GIEEIS Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAIIAHI Ml¥C ’« LW OF ILLINOIS. ■ FOR VICE PRESIDENT VyimiGAV JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. Progress of the Raid But little additional news is contained in the morning papers of the raid in the vicinit) of Harper’s Ferry. Nothing definite seems to be published—all is rumor and surmise. Some accounts state that the rebel force, consists of five or six thousand men—other accounts put the number as high as thirty thousand. All accounts agree, however, in stating that a portion of this force has crossed the river into Maryland, and is now engaged in indiscriminately robbing and murdering the inhabitants. Great consternation prevails among the people, and they are, leaving their homes with what little property they can convey with them ns fast as they can get away. Our exchanges state that General Hunter, with a large force, is coming up in the rear of Harper’s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 7 July 1864

■GOAL MATTERS, LEXANDKIA POST OFFICE. w.v, d. Massey, postmaster. Tor Washington and the North close at •nil 6 P. M. a the North arrive at 8 A. M., and 6 en from BA. M. to 1 ?. M., and Sundays irora 9 to 10 A. M. uite a large number of rowfellows visited Glymont y with the excursionists, oroughly fired up with oceeded to exercise their greatly calculated to carien and children present, ig themselves black-eyes, ked crowns and all conceivto an extent truly ; unsq/zsficated non-combat-y to be regretted that our cit)ermitted to enjoy a social exsuch disgraceful scenes being them, and the proprietor of jed heretofore popular resort neans to preserve good order ds or they may not expect any of patronage from the better amunity. Officers.— At a meeting of the -he Sun Fire Engine Company on , the following persons we e elece various offices for the ensuing -Hiram Webster. John Fornshill; second do. r m. Jenkins, hn A. Rudd. Webster,- Win. Jenkins, and E. Engine —R. Williams, and Martin • '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 7 July 1864

• ' LEGAL NOTICE* , . No. states for District Court of the lTn ‘ tr-Wmia To Joseph Hart, a**. Greeting ; , .riven. That, ou the 25th day of righ;, title, interest and esil in and to, all that piece or parlute a nou: one half mile west of Morrisonce/ " 1 jjSa'te. lying and being in the County of Lour" nithe Eastern District of Virginia, and boundoda^follows : On the east by the land called the Whiteman tract, on the north by the Marsh farm, on the west by the Merchant farm and on the south by theThos. White farm, containing seventy-five acres more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United States for said District as forfeited to the use of the United States, and the same is libeled and prosecuted i this Court in the name of the United States, for coudemnation'for fctd'cause's in the said libel set forth, and that said cause will stand for trial at the Court-room in the City of Alexandria, on the third Fir Jay of June next,when and where ail persons are warned to appearto showc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 8 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. :■■ : 'Ur. . ‘ ‘ -Jib.. ! 1 Terms—s6 a year in advance.] » VOL. 11. <VV\ ;'-71RGliNia STATE JOURNAL 01 , (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) 1 OtUiblished every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) bj T P. TURNER & Co., Publishers ami Proprietors, a«Q> whom all matteis pertaining to the office musi , Cv r be addressed, W*plfice No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va -R Six Dollars ’per mmum, In advance, dV.ivered in the city by laichiuioarriers at fifteen • Tit* per week. ’ iuglocopies.!u wrappers, all ready for mailing, ■H- • be bad at tuc de-k, at three cents per copy. ?•' Irtirisrs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. UA'lWat' AUVKRI'ISING, ,tY 1 OWEST TERMS,AM 1) INVARIABLY IN ADVANCEL* • I insertion 10 cents per line. > hi 2 Insertions 7 cents per line Tor each insertion ■>f.“o “ " “ “ ild fi- * I- insertions 5 cts. perl laeforeachinsertion ° ) 24 “ J “ jenen'X , -■ s •> • ■ ao- ci.W 2 ” 2 - “ " “ “ “ ’ “ ° ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 8 July 1864

STATE' JOURNAL. ■ VJwmi ■ - : ALEXANDRIA: FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 8, 1864. W, a. COWING,. Principal Editor. B. W. GIT/L 15.,... ....... Associate Editor , . FOII PRESIDENT ABitAMM OUKY? Li*, OF ILLINOIS.. ‘ ' FOR -VICE PRESIDENT AjvtmEW OF TENNESSEE. Who waft* Whipped? It is" quite doubtful whether the victory over the Alabama should be regarded as a victory over;-the. Confederates or over the English’ , The, New York Times well *sks “Js it not strange that at her birth and her. death, abd all through the course of her short existence, .whenever the Alabama needed help there was always an Englishman theretorender .it ? She was constructed by an Englishman in’an English port; she was taken to’ sea, armed, equipped and started on her career of pillage and devastation bv Englishmen; she was fed, harbored, petted and protected in English ports; and, finally, when she arrives at the last tragic scene in her dcafructive existence, there steps in an Englishman to steal away her Captain and of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 8 July 1864

M A'ITERS ALEXANDIiIA POST OFFICE, WM, I). MASSEY, POSTMASTJSR. MAI ’.S for Washington and the North dost* P. M., and 6 P. M. ilA-JJiS from the North arrive at 8 A. M., anti 6 OFFICE open from BA. M. to 1 P. M. and irom 2to6P. M. Sundays from 9toloA. M, ’ The .Fqpimi.—Alexandria, Va..,- July 6th, 1864.— fiditprs jQui-hal : At a meeting on the morning of the 4th, day of July, 1864, at Grace Church Hospital, Alexandria, Va., the patients appointed the following persons as a committee to wait on Dr. Louis Hasson, on purpose of celebrating the anniversary of American independence. , The following request was presented to Dr. Masson, Acting Assistant Surgeon, in charge : Dear Sir: We, the undersigned, on behalf oMh* paints ht this hospital, have the honor ot addressing these few lines to you, hoping it will meet with your kind approval—that is, we shall be very happy, indeed, to hear the Declaration of Independence read to us at any time during this day you think proper. Hoping, by this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 8 July 1864

€>*F I'IC I A L LAWS OF THE UNITED STATRS. Passed at the First Sessioti of the Thirty-eighth Congress. [Public—No. 99.J An aot tff provide for the summary trial of minor offends against- the laws of the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That it shall be lawful for the judge of any district court of the United States to hold a-special of -.aid court at any time, whether in term or vacation for the trial of minor offences against the laws of the United States' as hereinafter provided. Seo. : 2. And be it furthemnacted, That whenever a complaint shall be made against any muster,, officer, or mariner of any ship or vessel' belonging, in whole or in part, to any cuizeu or citizens of th<» United Stales, of the commirsion of any offence, not capital,"or otherwise infamous, against any law of the United States made for the protection of persons or property engaged in commerce ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 9 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL ' ... * } I 1 (,-V • fc.Vi >j Terms—s6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by I). TURNER & Co., i’ublisliers and ’Proprietors, I'o whom all matters pertaining to the office must be addressed. Office No. I*2 Royal street, Alexandria, Va Six Dollars per annum, in advance. 1 yered in the city by faithfulcarriers at fifteen ms per week. >iugl.JOfOpics in wrappers, all ready for mailing, ' in be had at the desk, at three cents per copy. * Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES OP A DVERTI SING, $ VKIIV I OWEST TERMS,AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. I >• • i I insertion .10 cents per line. 44 2 insertions 7 cents per line for each insertion 14 U to -l2insert(ons 5 cts. perlinefor eachinserlJon " 1-.' to “ 4 44 44 44 44 “ 44 • '.1L0.48 “ 3 44 * 4 44 14 14 44 * 18 to 72 ' 44 2 44 44 “ > 4 “ "V 3 insertion and ever, 1 c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 9 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXANDRIA SATURDAY EVENING, JULY V, 18G4. W. J. COWING, Principal Kditor. B. W. 011 A.IS Associate Editor FOU PRESIDENT ABRAHAM ■ LIS « 1 , OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT ANDREW JDHASOM, OF TENNESSEE. Privateering. Several years ago, desperate efforts were made by several European nations, at the instance of the British government, to induce the United States to agree to a compact prohibiting privateering between those nations in any war that might thereafter arise. The matter was for a long time under advisement: various propositions were made to this country and by it, but the nations failed to agree upon the terms of the compact, and the subject was ultimately abandoned. But as we look back upon the affair, we remember well with what high sounding rhetoric the civilization of this country was denounced, which could refuse to enter into an agreement to abolish what not one of the English journals then called by a softer name than piracy. It was reiterated by the n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 9 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OFFIC E. wm. d. Massey, postmaster. MAILS for Washington and the North dose at 2* P. M., and 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A M . ami 6 P M. •y OFFICE open from SA. M. ’to 1 P tn ,.; from 2tooP. M. Sundays from 9to ID A. M ’ Death of Col. Winslow.— -Cleveland Winslow, Colonel of the sth Regiment N. Y. Volunteers, died at the Mansion House hospital in this city at half past seven, P. M., on the 7th inst. from a gun-shot wound in the shoulder, received near Mechauicsville on the 2d day of June. Colonel Winslow was a native of New York city, and was particularly admired for his unflinching bravery in action, and universally respected for his excellent moral and Christian character. He was a consistent member of the Protestant Episcopal church, and a short time previous to his demise, and while in the possession of a clear, unclouded mind, received the sacrament of the holy communion. His wound was of an exceedingly severe and painful character, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 9 July 1864

OFFICIAL LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Passed at the First Scssioji of the Thirty-eighth Congress. • [Public— No. 102.] An Act to incorporate the Home for Friendless W omen and Children. Be it enacted by■ the Senate and House of Representatives of the- United States of America in Congress assembled., That Alary T. Hay, ICliza M. Morris, Jane P. James, Eliza Wade Fitzgerald, Georgiana F. Speaks, Emily B Buggies, Indiana Plant, Mary Gray ham, Maria Virginia Brown, and their associates and successors, are hereby created a body corporate and politic, with a common seal* the right of succession, with ability to sue and liability to be sued as a natural person. And the said corporation shall be known by 'he name ol ‘•The Home for the Relief of Friendless Women and Children?' The business of said corporation shall be the establishment, in the city of Washington, or at a convenient and eligible point not cxceem ng in distance seven miles from the city, of an institution where provision can be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 11 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms —$6 a year in advance.] VOL. 11. VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL, (late ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening', (Sundays excepted,) by I>. TURNER & Co., Pub Ushers ami Proprietors, To whom all matteis pertaining to the'office mh’st be addressed. Office No. 12 Royal’street, Alexandria, Va. Six Dollnrs per anmnii. In advance. Ib.Avered in the city by faithfulcarriers at fifteen ms per week. Sing loco pies \u wrappers, all ready for mailing, cm he had at Hie,desk, at three cents per copy. Carrit-rs and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. RATES OF ADVERTISIXG, VKKY 1 OWE3T TERMS, AND INVAR! AULT IN ADVANCE F«»» I insertion 10 cents per line. “ 2lnsertions 7 cents per line for each insertion ‘3 “ 6 44 .“ “ “ “ “ 44 0 to 12iasertians 5 cta.^erliueforeachinsertion 12 to 24 “ 4 “ u “ “ “ ‘ 2-i ’to 48 44 S “ “ “ “■ “ “ • -:S to 72 44 2“ 44 “ “ “ “ 73 insertion.-, ami over, 1 cent “ “ 4 ‘ BUSINESS CARDS. LVSAWDIESS HUM Aj, Counsellor and Attorne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 11 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXANDRIA MONDAY EVENING, JULY 11, 1864. VV. J. COWING,.. ..Principal Editor. B. W. G1L1i15........... .Associate Editor FOR PRESIDENT ABRAHAM UDTOOLN, OF ILLINOIS. FOB VICE PRESIDENT A A BREW JOHNSON, OF TENNESSEE. The Maryland Raid. The people of Washington and Baltimore are again suffering from the annual J*ly panic, which comes round with a great dea l more regularity , than the courses of an intermittent fever. The rebels, supposed by some to be forty thousand strong, are demonstrating with considerable energy upon one or both of those cities. It would not be proper for us to say what means have been taken by our government to resist and even captare the whole in- vading force, .but suffice it to say that the government is not idle, nor are the means in its reach by auy means unequal to the end. We shall be much disappointed if this last raid into northern territory is not by all means the most disastrous of them all to the rebel cause. For our part we rejoice i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 11 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. AL.rCXANjpii.l A POST OFFK'K.. wm. d. Massey, ro.simaster MAILS for Washington anti the North close ai 2* P.M., mcl 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at B_A. M , and 6 |P M. . v -open from BA. M- to V P- AL,.--nml--2t06 P. M. Sundays from Dtolo A. M The growing,crops, especially vegetables, are greatly suffering for the waul of rain in this vicinity. The ground is ! dry au.d.sciiorehed, and even, the foliage of the ' trees begins (u wilt during the middle of the day, With tijf.r amount of rain now i t would be difficult to raise uver a half crop of anything. To-day has been one of the warmest and most oppressive we have experienced during the season. At three o’clock the mercury stands at 91° in the shade. Another Benefit.— The bills are out for a benefit at the Theatre to the charming and accomplished Mrs. H. A. Hotto. This benefit is to takd pldce on Friday evening, on which occasion a splendid programme will be presented. We sincerely hope the friends of this lad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 11 July 1864

OFFICIAL r ■ LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES. Passed at tht Jpirst Session-of the Thirty-eighth . • , Congress. • - : [Public—No. 106.] an act to amend an act entitled £ An act to authorize the ;orporation oj Georgetown, in the district of Columbia, to lay and collect a water tax, and forbther purposes,” approved May 21,1862. Be it 'enacted by Hie Senate and House of Represenalives of the United States of America in Congress assembled , Tim l in all cases in which an original town lot in Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, entirely owned by the sumo person or persons, or any subdivision of an original lot separately owned, as aforesaid, shall be situated at the intersection of two.streets, so as to bind or front on both, and in which both fronts \Vould he liable to the front-fcot lax authorized by the act entitled “An act to authorize the Corporation of Georgetown, in the District of Columbia, to lay and collect a water tax, and for other purposes,” approved May tw.enty-one, eighteen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 July 1864

VIRGINIA STATE JOURNAL. Terms—s6 a year in advance.] , VOL. 11. VIRGINIA' ’STATE JOURNAL, j (LATE ALEXANDRIA NEWS,) Published every Evening, (Sundays excepted,) by | D. TUitNER & Co., ‘-.Publishers and Proprietors, To whom all .matters pertaining to the office Tdum be addressed. ■fcjFOffice No. 12 Royal street, Alexandria, Va. Six Dollars per annum, in ndvivnc I'* vered in the city by faithful carriers at lifted .per week. single-copies in wrappers, all ready for hfailin-,. an be bad at the,desk, at three cents-per copy Carriers and Newsboys supplied at liberal rates. KATES OF ADVERTISING, V iHV I OWES! TERMS, AND INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. •‘‘h 1 insertion ...... 10 cents per lino. iC 2 insertions? cents per line for ir&clr insertion •'.3 “ 6 •• “ « “ “ ft to 12insertious 5 eta. perlineforeachinsorlion “12to 24 !l 4 “ “ u “ 48 u - 3 “ “ •' fc " ‘ k9 t) 73 " 2 •• 73 insertion amlbyer v l cent “ V.. BUSINESS' CAR! LVSA V!)i:i{ HILL , Counsellor and Attorney at Law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 July 1864

STATE JOURNAL. ALEXA FURIX: TUESDAY EVEN: NG, JULY 12, 1864. tv,reu! a - matter. B, W. OUhLISi .Associate Suitor FOR PRESIDENT AISOASSAM OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT MVBEW JOHNSON, OP TENNESSEE. The Rebel Movements. Strength of the invading Army. We have pretty reliable information in regard to the movements and strength of the rebel forces now in .Maryland previous to their crossing into Maryland. They number some 40,000 or 45,000 men, a large portion being cavalry. They are commanded by Major General Jubal A. Early, of this State, a graduate of West Point, and whip served in Mexico, under Hamtrank. Bradley Johnson, Breckinridge, Ransom, Imbodcn, audMcCausland also hold subordinate commands in this force. A large portion of the troops consist of Marylanders, who would no doubt be exceedingly glad to recover the State and capture the members of the Constitutional Convention now sitting at Annapolis. Marshal Kane, of Baltimore, is alohg.wilh the expedition. Longstreet is said to h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 12 July 1864

LOCAL MATTERS. ALEXANDRIA POST OKFICK. WM. D. MaSSEY, I’ostmastxh. MAILS for Washington and the North close at 2* P. M., and 6 P. M. MAILS from the North arrive at 8 A M., and 6 P. M. .•©"■OFFICE open from BA. M. to 1 P M., and £ froin 2tooP. M. Sundays from 9tolo A. M WANTED AT THIS OFFICE two hoys, one to starry a route, the other to run errands and attend to the office. They must be active and intelligent, and bring with them good recommendations for their honesty and good character. Defense of the City. —An enthusiastic meeting of citizens took place at Liberty Hall last evening, for tHe purpose of organizing for the defense of the city. We were not aware of the call, or we should have been present at the meeting. It was called at a late hour, but we learn it vvAl attended, and its proceedings characterized by considerable ©uthusiasm. Another meeting will be held this evening, at which all who desire to show their willingness to arm for the defence of the city will be expected t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia State Journal — 13 July 1864

LEGAL NOTICES, N6.179. ~~ . "\: ‘TVS Di>stt ict Court of fcho Jinked tS tales for j fcbie Eastern District of Virginia. To Joseph Marty and to all whom it may concern , . Greeting; NOTICE is hereby given, Thai, on the 25th day of Mtiy, 1564, all the right-,' title. Interest and estfittfof Joseph Hart, in and to,all that piece or parcel of laud about one half mile west of Morrisonvilfc, situate; lying and being iirthe County of Loudoun, in the Eastern District of Virginia, and bounded iw-Jollo'ws-; On the east by -the land called -the Whiteman tract, on the north by the Marsh farm, on the west by the Merchant farm and on the south by t’urThos. White farm, containing seventy-five acres more or less. Was seized by the Marshal of the United States for saTd District as forfeited to the use of the-United States, and the same is libeled aiid prosecuted i this Court in the nameof the United Slates, for condemnation for the causes in the said libel set forth, and thatsfiid cause w...

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