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00 Amount 30th September Alexandria Alexandria Canal Amount paid annual meeting annum appointed Balance bank Blue Ridge board of directors Board of public bonds bridge canal Capital stock Cash on hand cents Charlottesville chief engineer clerk coal commencement committee commonwealth completed contract contractors cost Covington creek disbursements distance dividends division dollars estimates expenses feet per mile gate Gordonsville grade herewith improvement increase interest James river James river canal John John Jett Kanawha river land damages legislature length Lynchburg masonry mountain navigation October officers Ohio river Parkersburg Petersburg plank Point Pleasant portion present president and directors railroad company repairs respectfully submitted Richmond river and Kanawha road rock salary September 1851 shares shewing Snicker's gap turnpike Sperryville Staunton stockholders Subscribed by individuals superintendent survey Tennessee timber tion tolls received transportation treasurer turnpike company valley Virginia Central railroad WALTER GWYNN whole
Page 222 - The meeting then proceeded to the election of officers for the ensuing year, and the officers elected unanimously, were : General R.
Page 205 - Legislature, the inhabitants of school districts were authorized to vote a tax, not exceeding twenty dollars, to purchase a library for their common use, and such additional sum as should be deemed necessary to procure a book case. They were also authorized to vote a further tax, not exceeding ten dollars in any one...
Page 458 - All of which is respectfully submitted. I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, JOHN POPE, Captain.
Page 106 - ... and issue permit or license in the several cases, respectively, as thus approved by the Commission, and in substantial conformity with the conditions recited. ******* OC MERRILL, Executive Secretary. I, OC Merrill, executive secretary of the Federal Power Commission, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct transcript from the record of the proceedings of the Commission in my custody of that portion of the minutes of the eighteenth meeting of the Commission, held May 20, 1921, which...
Page iii - CLAUDIUS CROZET railroads, there were 872 miles of "the most capacious and substantially constructed canals in the Union, and turnpike roads, a large portion of them of the first order of grade and construction, measuring about 3,000 miles in length." Such was the condition of the "internal improvements...
Page 137 - Charter, and authorizing a Subscription on behalf of the State to the stock of the Manassa's Gap Railroad Company.
Page 220 - Augusta may be expected to meet the cars, and it is believed by those well informed on the subject, that the iron may be carried over the mountain in back loads at a very moderate charge.
Page 137 - This act shall commence and take effect from and after its acceptance by a majority of the stockholders, given in general or a called meeting of the company assembled for the purpose, by a notice of the time and place of such meeting published for thirty days in one or more newspapers in the city of Alexandria, and a like publication in the town of Winchester, and the acceptance certified within six months from the passage of this act to the Board of public works.
Page 100 - ... and had the said fresh meat inspected by the fresh meat inspectors of the said city of Norfolk, he, the said Rebman, then and there well knowing that the said fresh meat was required to be inspected under the laws of Virginia, and that the same had not been so inspected and approved as required by the act of the General Assembly of Virginia, entitled ' An act to prevent the selling of unwholesome meat,