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LIST OF WORKS IN THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY RELATING

TO VIRGINIA.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.
PERIODICALS.
Public DOCUMENTS.
MANUSCRIPTS.
HISTORY:

GENERAL WORKS.
MISCELLANY.

Order of Arrangement:

HISTORY (continued):

WORKS RELATING TO SINGLE PERIODS.
GENEALOGIES.
LOCAL HISTORY.
BOUNDARIES.

PART I.

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II

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BIBLIOGRAPHY. Confederate Memorial Literary Society. Catalogue of the Confederate Museum... Rich: mond, Vir. Richmond : Ware & Duke, Print, 1905. 300 p. 8°.

Phillips (P. Lee). Virginia cartography: a bibliographical description. Washington : Smithsonian Inst., 1896. 85 p. 8°. (Smith. misc. coll., 1039.)

Randolph (Joseph W.) and JOSEPH J.ENGLISH. Virginia and Washington. A catalogue of many rare and valuable books. Richmond, Va.: the publishers, 1889. 30 p. 12°.

Stanard (William G.) The Virginia archives. (Amer. Hist. Assoc. Annual rept. for 1903. v. 1, p. 645-664. Washington, D. C., 1904.)

Virginia Historical Society. Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Collection of the V. H. S., and also of some printed papers. (Supplement to the Virginia Mag. of History. Richmond, 1901. 2 p.1., 120 p. 8o.)

Virginia newspapers in public libraries. Annotated list of Virginia newspapers in the Virginia state library. (Virginia Maga. of Hist. and Biog., v. 9, p. 1-11; 130–138; 289–297; 411-413; v. 10, p. 225-229; 421-423. Richmond, 1901-03.)

Virginia State Library. A catalogue of the library of the State of Virginia, arranged alphabetically... to which are prefixed the rules and regulations provided for the government of the library. Richmond, 1856. 270 p. 8°.

Calendar of Transcripts, including the annual report of the Department of Archives and History. John P. Kennedy, state librarian. Richmond: Davis Bottom, Supt. Public Printing, 1905. 658, Ixiv p. 4°.

PERIODICALS. Business directory of the principal cities and villages of Virginia. 1873/4. Fitzgerald & Dillon, compilers. [Richmond, 1873.] 8o.

Chataigne's Virginia gazetteer and classified business directory, 1877/78, 1880/81, 1884/85, 1888/89, 1890/91. Richmond, 1877-90. 8o.

Crisis (The). Vol. 1, Nos. 1-35, Mch.-Oct., 1840. Richmond, 1840. 1°. Weekly.

Critic (The). A Monday morning newspaper. General and society news, genealogy and literature.

Vol. 1, no. 30, 41, 44-52 (1888); Vol. 2, no. 1-15, 17–20, 25, 27-37, 40, 44, 46–52 (1888–89); Vol. 3, no. 2, 4-26 (1889-90). Richmond, 1888-90. fo.

Daily Compiler. June 1, 1813; July 19, 1816.
Richmond, 1813-16. fo.
Daily Dispatch.

Jan.-June, Aug.-Dec. 1861. 123 Nos.
Jan.-Mch., July, Oct.

1862.
June 9 (extras June 23, July 9). 1863. 3
June-Sept., Nov.

1864. Jan.-Apr.

1865. 4 June 28 and July 6.

1867. Richmond: Cowardin & Hammersley, 1861–67. fo.

Daily Enquirer and Examiner. See Enquirer (The). Daily Express.

July 29, Aug. 1. 1861. 2 Nos.
Jan.-Dec.

1862. 267
Jan., Feb., Apr.-Dec. 1863. 239
Jan.

1864. 18 Petersburg, 1861–64. fo. Daily Republican.

Vol. 8, no. 87, Oct. 15. 1864.

Vol. 28, no. 59, Mch. 10. 1867. Lynchburg : Glass & Hardwicke. 1o.

Daily Richmond Enquirer. See Enquirer (The). Daily Richmond Examiner.

Sept.-Dec. 1862.
Jan.-Dec.

1863.
Jan.-Dec.

1864.
Feb. 16, 18, 28. 1865.

May-July. 1867.
Richmond, 1862-67. i'.
In May, 1864, title changed to Richmond Examiner.

Day Book. Vol. 9, no. 35, Nov. 11, 1861; no. 186, May 10, 1862. Norfolk: John R. Hatha

way. fo.

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Daily.
Enquirer (The). 1804-06, 1809, 1812-13.
Continued as “Richmond Enquirer."

1818–44, 1862–65.
Continued as Daily Richmond Enquirer.

1866-July, 1867. Continued Daily Enquirer and Examiner.

1867, Aug. 14, Sept, 30. Richmond, 1804-67. fo.

Daily,

32°.

Periodicals, cont'd.

Evening Courier. Feb. 25, 1865. Richmond, 1865. fo. Daily. Evening Whig. See Richmond Whig.

Family Visitor. v. 3-4, Apr. 10, 1824-Apr. I, 1826. Richmond, 1824-26. °. Weekly.

Farmers' Repository. Apr., June, Sept.-Dec., 1814. 13 Nos. Charlestown, 1814.

Grant's Petersburg Progress. Apr. 5, 7, 10, 1865. Petersburg. fo.

Weekly. Hornet (The). Apr. 11, 30, 1823. Richmond, 1823. fo. Weekly.

INDEPENDENT Chronicle. The first newspaper published in Richmond, Va. The Independent Chronicle, beginning July 20th, 1786. Richmond, 1888. I p.l., 4 p. 8°. Mounted clippings from the Richmond Critic, Feb. 13, 1888.

John P. Branch historical papers of Randolph-Macon College. Published annually by the Department of history. no. 1-4; v. 2, no. 1-2. Richmond, 1901-06. 8°.

no. I pub. by the Randolph-Macon Historical Soc. Current.

Lower Norfolk County, Virginia, Antiquary. V. 1-v.5, no. 2. Baltimore (1895-]1905. 8o9 V. 1, pts. 1-3 published at Richmond. Petersburg Intelligencer (The). June 20, 1800. Petersburg, 1800. fo. Semi-Weekly.

Petersburg Index (The). Sept. 12, 1867. Petersburg, 1867. fo. Daily.

Phenix Plough-Boy. July 23,1828. Williams. burg, 1828. fo. Weekly.

Randolph-Macon College. See John P. Branch historical papers. Record of News, History, and Literature.

June-Dec. 1863. 26 Nos. Richmond : West & Johnston. fo. Weekly.

Republican (The). May 3, 1809. Petersburg. fo.

Richmond Enquirer. See Enquirer (The).

Richmond Standard. v. 2-4. Aug. 1879Feb., 1882. Richmond: G. Watson James. fo. Weekly. Richmond Times.

April-Dec., 1866.

Jan.-June, 1867.
Richmond, 1866–7. fo.
Daily.
Richmond Whig. (Morning edition.]

Aug. 22, Sept. 22 (both extras) 1863.
May-June, Aug.-Dec., 1864.
Feb 14, 27,

1865.
Continued as:
Daily Richmond Whig.
March, June-Nov.,

1865. Richmond, 1863-5. fo.

Richmond Whig. (Evening edition.]
July-Sept. 1864. 10 nos.

Continued as:
Evening Whig.

Oct. 6, 7, 1864.

March 18, 1865.
Richmond, 1864-5. fo.
Daily.

Sentinel (The).
June 20, 23. July 6, 7. (Extras) 1863. 4 nos,
June, Aug.-Dec.,

1864. 15 nos. March 14, 20,

1865. 2 nos. Richmond, 1863-5. fo. Daily.

Southern Illustrated News. Sept., 1862Oct., 1864. Richmond: Ayres & Wade, 1862-4. fo. Weekly.

Southern Opinion. Vol. 2, no. 75, Dec. 5, 1868. Richmond, 1868. fo.

Times (The) and District of Columbia Daily Advertiser, Sept. 23, 1801. Alexandria, :801. fo. Daily.

Virginia (The) Almanack, for the years 1753, 1772, 1776, 1777, 1792, 1793. Williamsburg: Printed and Sold by William Hunter. 12°, 16°,

1776-7 by David Rittenhouse, 1792 by Robert Andrews.
1772 printed by W. Rind.
1776-7 printed by J. Dixon and W. Hunter.
1792 printed by Augustine Davis at Richmond.
1793 printed by W. Prentis at Petersburg.
Virginia Argus.
Jan. 10,

1809.
Jan. 2-Dec. 28, 1810.
Jan. 2-Dec. 31, 1812.
Jan. 4-Dec. 30, 1813.

Jan. 6-Sept. 28, 1814.
Richmond: Samuel Pleasants, 1809-1814. fo.
Semi-weekly.

Virginia Gazette. Dec, 7, 1739. no 175. Williamsburg: William Parks. fo.

Virginia Gazette. Feb.-Dec., 1751 (44 nos.), Jan.-Dec., 1752 (50 nos.) Williamsburg: William Hunter, 1751–2. fo.

Virginia Gazette. Feb. 12, 1762 (no. 579). Williamsburg: J .Royle & Co. fo.

Virginia Gazette. Jan.-Dec,, 1775 (52 nos.) Williamsburg: Wm. Dixon & Hunter. fo. Virginia Gazette. Feb. 2, 9, 1775.

Wil liamsburg: John Pinckney. fo. Weekly. Virginia Gazette.

Oct. 13, 1775.

Williamsburg: Alexander Purdie. fo. Weekly.

Virginia Gazette. Sept. 21, Oct. 4, Nov. 1, 1776. Williamsburg: Dixon & Hunter. fo. Weekly.

Virginia Gazette. Jan. 8-Aug. 9, 1780. 25 nos. Williamsburg & Richmond: Dixon & Nicole

fo. Weekly. Removed to Richmond some time between the issues of April 8 (no. 61), and May 9 (no. 62).

Virginia Gazette, or the American Advertiser. Jan.-May., 1782. 9 nos. Richmond: James Hayes. fo.

Virginia Gazette and Alexandria Advertiser. Vol. 4, no. 214. Aug. 29, 1793. Alexandria,

son.

1793. fo.

I no.

I no. I no.

6 v.

in 3.

Periodicals, contd.

Virginia Herald and Fredericksburg Advertiser (Timothy Green & Co.).

Jan. 15, 1789.

Continued as:
Virginia Herald.

Oct. 23, 1798.

Apl. 20, 1811.
Fredericksburg: Timothy Green & Co. fo.

Virginia Herald. Vol. 75, no. 38, May 10, 1861. Fredericksburg: Harrison Kelly. fo. Semi-weekly.

Virginia historical register (The) (annual]... edited by William Maxwell... 1848–1853. Richmond: Macfarlane & Ferguson, 1848–53.

8o. v. 1-2 title reads: Virginia historical register and literary adviser; 3-4, Virginia historical register and literary note-book; 5-6, Virginia historical register and literary companion.

Virginia Historical Reporter. See Virginia Historical Society.

Virginia Historical Society.

WYNNE (T. H.) Bibliography of the Society. (Historical Magazine. 2. ser., v. 7, p. 340-341. New York, 1870.)

COLLECTIONS of the Virginia Historical and Philosophical Society, to which is prefixed an address, spoken before the society at an adjourned... meeting, ...Feb. 4. 1833. By Jonathan P. Cushing... vol. 1. Richmond: the Society, 1833. 85 p., il. 8°.

COLLECTIONS... New Series, V. I-II. Rich. mond: the Society, 1882–1892. 4°.

v. 1-2, Spotswood letters.
v. 3-4. Dinwiddie Papers (1751-1758).
v. 5, Huguenot emigration to Virginia.
v. 6, Miscellaneous Papers, 1672-1865.
v. 7-8, Virginia Company, 1619-1624.
v. 9-10, Virginia Convention, 1788.
v, 11, Proceedings, 1891, Historical Papers.

PUBLICATIONS. New series. no. 1. Richmond: the Society, 1874. 712. sq. 4°. Contains letters of Governor Thomas Nelson, jr.

VIRGINIA (The) Historical Reporter. Conducted by the executive committee of the Virginia Historical Society.

Richmond, 1854-60. 8°. v. 1 in 3 parts, 2 in 1 part. No more published.

VIRGINIA Magazine of History and Biography. Published quarterly by the Virginia Historical Society. v. I (1892)-date. Richmond, 1892-date. 8o.

ROBINSON (Conway). Account of discoveries in the West until 1519, and of voyages to and along the Atlantic Coast of North America from 1520 to 1573. Richmond, 1848. xv, 491 p. 8°.

MACFARLAND (William H.) An address on the life, character and public services of the late Hon. Benjamin Watkins Leigh, delivered before the Virginia Historical Society, at its late annual meeting. January, 1851. Richmond : the Society, 1851.

the Virginia Historical Society, at their annual meeting, held in the Athenæum, in the City of Richmond, Dec. 15, 1853. Richmond: the Society, 1854. 104 p. 8°.

HUNTER (Robert Mercer Taliaferro). Observations on the history of Virginia... delivered before the Virginia Historical Society, at their eighth annual meeting, December 14, 1854. Richmond : Clemmitt & Fore, pr., 1855. 48 p. 8°. Also in the Virginia Historical Reporter.

HOLCOMBE (James P.) Sketches of the political issues and controversies of the Revolution: a discourse delivered before the Virginia Historical Society, at their ninth annual meeting, Jan. 17, 1856. Richmond: the Society, 1856. 63 p. 8o.

WASHINGTON (George). The diary of George Washington, from 1789 to 1791; embracing the opening of the First Congress, and his tours through New England, Long Island, and the Southern States. Together with his journal of a tour to the Ohio in 1753. Edited by B. J. Lossing. Richmond: Press of Historical Society, 1861. 248 p. 8o.

ORGANIZATION of the... Society, officers and members, with a list of its publications. Richmond, Va., the Society, 1881. 12, 1 l., 13-22 p., 1 l. 8°.

PROCEEDINGS ..at the annual meeting, Feb. 24, 1882, with the address of William Wirt Henry: the settlement at Jamestown, with particular reference to the late attacks upon Captain John Smith, Pocahontas and John Rolfe. Richmond, Va.: the Soci. ety, 1882. 63 p. 8°.

SLAUGHTER (Philip). Address at the annual meeting of the Historical Society of Virginia, in the capital at Richmond, in January, 1850. Reported and printed for the society by its secretary, William Maxwell, LL.D. Richmond: W. Ellis Jones, 1888. sq. 8°.

STUART (Alexander H. H.) A narrative of the leading incidents of the organization of the first popular movement in Virginia in 1865 to reestablish peaceful relations between the Northern and Southern States, and of the subsequent efforts of the “Committee of Nine," in 1869, to secure the restoration of Virginia to the Union. Richmond, 1888. 72 p. 8o.

HENNEMAN (J. B.) Historic elements in Virginia education and literary effort. A paper read before the Society, December 21, 1891. [Richmond, 1892.] 22 p. 8°. Reprinted from Virginia Historical Collections, v. 11 (1892).

PROCEEDINGS...at the annual meeting, held December 21-22, 1891, with historical papers read on the occasion, and others edited by R. A. Brock. Richmond, Virginia: The Society, 1892. xix p., il., 3-386 p. 4o. (Collections. v. 11.)

ORGANIZATION and list of publications of the Virginia Historical Society. Richmond (1894).

V. 1-2.

7 p. 8°.

12 p. 8°.

WASHINGTON (H. A.) The Virginia Constitution of 1776. A discourse delivered before the Virginia Historical Society, at their annual meet. ing, Jan. 17th, 1852. Richmond: the Society, 1852. 51 p. 8°.

GRIGSBY (Hugh Blair). The Virginia Convention of 1829–30. A discourse delivered before

Souvenir guide book to the building of the... society, the war residence of Gen. Robert E. Lee, 707 E. Franklin Street, Richmond, Virginia. [Richmond, 1896 ?] 41. 8°.

ILLUSTRATED (An) description of some of the pictures, relics, and curios in the Virginia Historical Society's building, Richmond, Virginia. [Rich. mond, 1897 ?] 31. 8°.

2 v.

Periodicals, cont'd.

PROCEEDINGS of the Virginia Historical Society, at its annual meeting, held in the Y. M. C. A. Association Hall, December 18, 1903, with the list of officers and members of the society. Richmond: W. Ellis Jones, 1903. XXV p.

8o. (Va. Mag. of Hist. and Biog., vol. II, p. 1-xxv. 1904.)

Virginia Journal, and Alexandria Advertiser. Vol. 3, No. 139. Sept. 28, 1786. Alexandria : G. Richards & Co. fo.

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. See Virginia Historical Society.

Virginia State Bar Association. Report of the 9, II annual meeting... Aug., 1897, 1899. Edited by E. C. Massie. Richmond, 1897-99.

8vo. BLACKFORD (Charles M.) The Virginia State Bar Association. Paper entitled: The trials and trial of Jefferson Davis,” read...at the twelfth annual meeting...at Old Point Comfort, Virginia, July... 1900. Richmond: J. T. West, 1900. 46 p. 8o.

HOAR (George Frisbie). The Virginia State Bar Association. Annual address...“ Relation of the American Bar to the state." Delivered at the tenth annual meeting held at... Fort Monroe, Virginia, July 5, 6 and 7, 1898. Richmond: The Williams Co., 1898. 30 p., i port. 8o.

Virginias, The; a mining, industrial, and scien. tific journal, devoted to the development of Virginia and West Virginia; edited and published by Jed. Hotchkiss; Vol. 1., 1880. Staunton, 1880– [81]. ill. maps. fo.

Washington and Lee University. Historical papers. no. 1–3 (1890–1892). Baltimore, 1890–92. 8°.

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine. v. i-date. Williamsburg, 1892– date. 4°.

Current: With supplement for Oct., 1897, v. 6, no. 2. Titlepage of v. 1-2: “ William and Mary College Quarterly, Historical Papers.”

Agriculture, Department of. Annual reports of the commissioner, nos. 3-7 (1879-1884). Richmond, 1879-84. 8°.

Continued as; Annual report of the State Board. nos. [1]3-4,

6-9 (1888, 1890-91, 1893-96). Richmond, 1888-96. 8o.

Continued as: Annual report of the Commissioner. no. 24 (1902). Richmond, 1902.

8o.

Continued as: Report of the Department. no. 26–27 (1904-5). Richmond, 1905. 8°.

Attorney General's Office. Annual report of the attorney general, 1836–

1839, 1852-58, 1860–61, 1866, 1873–74, 1876– 1904. n.t..p. Richmond, 1836–1904. 8°. (in: House jols, and Annual reports.)

Auditor of Public Accounts, Office of. Annual report of the Auditor, 1860/1, 1863/4

64/5, 1871/2–73/4, 1875/6, 1877/8, 1883/5, 1890/1, 1892/3-98/9, 1900/01-1903/4. Richmond, 1861–1904. 8°.

Same, 1820, 1823, 1838–1904. (In: Journals and Annual Reports.) Report of the second auditor on the condition of

the public debt of Va, and the literary fund, 1871, 1873-75, 1888–89, 1892, 1894-1900. Richmond, 1871-1900. 8°.

Same, 1844-55, 1859–61, 1871, 1873–74, 1876-1904. (In: Senate Journals and An

nual Reports.) Reports of Life Insurance Companies. 1893–1900.

[Richmond,] 1893–1900. go. Financial statement and suggestions relative to

defects in the revenue laws. n. p. (1860]

104 p. 8o. Muster rolls of the Virginia militia in the war of

1812, being a supplement to the pay rolls printed and distributed in 1851. Copied from rolls in the Auditor's Office at Richmond. Richmond : W. F. Ritchie, public printer, 1852. xiv, 858 p. 8°.

Climate and Crop Service. Report, monthly, v. 8–16 (1898–1906). Richmond, 1898–1906. 8°.

Constitution. See Bulletin of the N. Y. P. L., v. 8, p. 195-6, and the chronological arrangement below.

Corporation Commission. Annual report. no. 1-2 (1903–4). Richmond, 1904–

1905. 8o. Virginia corporation law. Constitutional provisions

and statutes of Virginia relating to issuing, amending and taxing charters of corporations ... Richmond : J. H. O'Bannon, 1905. 71 p. 8o.

Council. Virginia Council and General Court Records, 1640–

1641. (From “Robinson's notes,” Virginia Historical Society Collection.) (Virginia Mag. of Hist. and Biog., vol. 11, p. 277–284. Richmond, 1904.)

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PUBLIC DOCUMENTS AND OFFICIAL PUBLICA

TIONS. An analysis of the Collected Documents of Virginia has been made for the Carnegie Institution of Washington and the results will appear in one of its publications, probably in the autumn of 1907.

Adjutant General's Office. Annual Report, 1897/9, 99/1900, 1900/01

1901/2, 1903/4. Richmond, 1899-1904. 8°.

Same, 1846/7-1855/6, 1859/60-1863, 1866, 1873–74, 1876, 1879-81, 1883-1903. (In : Journals and ann. repts.)

Agricultural Experiment Station. Annual report, 1891/2, 92/3, 96/7, 99/1900

1900/01, 1902/3-1903/4. Richmond, Roanoke,

1893–1905. 8o. Balletins, Old series, nos. 2, 9-11. New series,

12-16, 18-19, 21-32, 34-38, 40-45, 50-52, 5456, 61-63, 73, 77-78, 80-83, 88--90, 105-132, 137–16. Lynchburg, 1889-1904. 8°.

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Public Documents, cont'd.
Journals of the Council of Virginia in executive

sessions, 1737-1763. (Virginia Mag. of Hist.
and Biog.

v. 14, p. 1-35. 1906.)

Courts. Reports of cases determined in the General Court

of Virginia. From 1730, to 1740; and from 1768 to 1772. By Thomas Jefferson. Charlottesville: F. Carr & Co., 1829. viii, 145 p.

8o. Decisions of cases in Virginia by the High Court

of Chancery, with remarks upon decrees by the Court of Appeals reversing some of those decisions. Richmond : T. Nicholson, 1795.

166 p., il. fo. Reports of cases argued and determined in the

Court of Appeals and in General Court of Virginia. 1790–1860. Richmond, etc. 1798–

1860. 8°. Reporters: Bushrod Washington. 1790-1796. 2 v. Richmond, :17981799.

W. W. Hening and W. Munford. 1806-1810. 4 v. Flatbush and New York, 1809-1811.

W. Munford. 1810–1820. 6 v, New York, Fredericksburg, Richmond, 1812-21.

Peyton Randolph. 1821-1828. 6 v. Richmond, 1823-29.
B. W. Leigh. 1829-1842. 12 v. Richmond, 1854-7, 1834-44.
Conway Robinson. 1842-1843. 2 v. Richmond, 1843-4.
Peachy R. Grattan. 1844-60. 15 v. Richmond, 1845-60.

MUNFORD (William). General index to the Virginian law authorities, reported by Washington, Call, Hening, and Munford, jointly, and Munford separately. With notes. Richmond: John War. rock, 1819. xi, 576 p. 8o.

Entomologist and Plant Pathologist, Office of. Report on the San José scale and administration

of the crop pest law. no. 5 (1903/5). Richmond, 1906. 8o.

Fish Commission. Annual report of the commissioners, 1875-79,

1881, 1884/5, 1887/8-1889, 1891-92, 1894, 1900–1904. Richmond, 1875-1904. (In: Annual Reports.)

Same, separate, 1875, 1877–79, 1882-83. Richmond, 1875-1884. 8°.

Same, reprinted, 1-2. 1875/6–1876/7. Richmond, 1877. 75 pp. 8o.

General Assembly. Virginia legislative documents [forming the rec

ords of the General Assembly of Virginia, 1764, '65, '70, '74, '75]. (Virginia Mag. of Hist. and Biog. v. 9, p. 353-368; v, 10, p. 1-16; v. 12, p. 417-424; v. 13, p. 36–59, 411-424; v. 14,

p. 50–79. Richmond, 1902-1906.) Annual reports of officers, 1846/7-1853/4, 1855/6

1857/8, 1859/60, 1866, 1871-1904. Richmond,

1847-1905. 8°. Manual of the Senate and House of Delegates, 1891/2–1901/02. Richmond, 1891-1902. 24°.

Geological Survey. Bulletins, no. 1-3. Richmond, 1905-1906. 8°.

Governor. Annual message, 1861–62, 1864, 1865; Dec., July,

1866; 1870-'72, 1874-'77. 1881, 1887, 1891, 1895–96, 1902, 1904. Richmond, 1861-1904. 8°.

Same, 1810-1904. (In: Senate and House

journals and ann. reports.) Inaugural addresses, 1856, 1874, 1898, 1902. Richmond, 1856–1902. 8°.

ne, 1816, 1820, 1848, 1864, 1870, 1882, 1897, 1901-1902. (In: House and Senate

journals.) A list of commissioners in other states, &c., ap

pointed by the executive of Virginia, and appearing to be in office on the 31. day of December, 1857, with dates of appointment and residence of each commissioner). n. t..p. (1857?] 7 pp. 8°.

Same. (Commissioners appointed during 1858 and 1859.] n. p. (1860?) 8 pp. 8°. (Doc.

36. 1860?) Message of the Governor, vetoing Senate bill no.

27, to ratify and confirm the consolidation of the Richmond and Southwestern Railway Company with the Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio Narrow Gauge Railroad Company, under the name and style of the Richmond and Louisville Railroad Company. n. t.-P. (1882] 3 p.

8o. Special message of the governor of Virginia to the

general assembly relative to oysters. (In: Virginia. Governor. Message... December 2,

1891. Richmond, 1891. 8o. pp. 41–63.) Proclamation, Thanksgiving Day. November 26, 1903. 21. 4o.

Health Board.
Annual report, 1871/2. Richmond, 1872. 8°.
Same, 1874. (In: Annual Reports.)

House of Burgesses.
Journal of the House of Burgesses (Feb. 10-Apr.

11, 1772]. (Colophon: Williamsburg: Printed

by W. Rind, 1772.] 164 p. fo. Journals of House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1770

1772, 1773-1776. Edited by John Pendleton

Kennedy. Richmond, 1906–1905. 2 v. fo. 1773/6 contains records of the Committee of Correspon. dence as well as Journals of the Burgesses.

House of Delegates. Journal, 1776-1790,'1792, 1797/8, 1810/1, 1812/13,

1814/5, 1836/7, 1838-1857/8, 1859/601904. Richmond, 1776-1904. fo and 8o.

Immigration Board. Annual report, 1866, 1869, 1875-1877. n. 1.-p.

(In: Sen. and House jols. 1867-1877.)

Labor and Industrial Statistics Bureau. Annual report, no. 1, 3-8 (1898/9, 1900–1905).

Same, 1–7 (1898/9-1904). (In: Annual Reports, 1899-1901).

Penitentiary. Annual report of the Board of Directors, 1875,

1877, 1879, 1881, 1883, 1888, 1890-92, 189499, 1901-1905. Richmond, 1875-1905. 8°.

Same, 1812-62, 1866, 1873, 1876-1904. (In: House and Senate Journals and Annual Reports.)

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