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Staunton Spectator: July 1, 1857

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Description of Page: News about Kansas, Utah

County Levy
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Summary: June Court arranged the county levy for the year. Population has dropped by about 300 people, because of Western emigration, and consequently the levy is higher--$1.87 1/2, up from $1.62 1/2 last year.
(Names in announcement: Mr. Kinney)
Augusta County Jail
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Summary: 324 people, black and white, committed to jail last year for a variety of reasons. Number one, public drunkeness (80 people). 152 slaves were committed for "safe keeping" by masters, traders or the Sheriff.
(Names in announcement: Geo. A. Armentrout)
Close of the Schools
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Summary: Article is very blurry. Seems to be a description of all the local academies, for boys and girls.
Mossy Creek Academy
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Summary: Hotchkiss has sold his property to White; White is the new principal at Mossy Creek Academy.
(Names in announcement: Mr. White, Mr. Hotchkiss)
Wesleyan Female Institute
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Summary: Report of commencement at Wesleyan Female Institute.
(Names in announcement: Julia Acton, Mary Jane Acton, Anne C. Babb, Theodora A. Hudson, J. A. McCauley)
For the Spectator; Augusta Church School
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Summary: Report on closeing exercises at Church School.
(Names in announcement: Mr. Packer, Rev. Wm. Brown, Mr. Link, Mr. Bruffy, Rev. J. R. Wilson)

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Summary: Carroll to Thompson, on 6/24/57.
(Names in announcement: Charles CarrollJr, Carrie B . Thompson, Judge Lucas P. Thompson)
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Summary: Resolutions passed by Guy's frineds at University of Virginia, marking his death and mourning period.
(Names in announcement: John M. Guy)

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Description of Page: Staunton Spectator extra, Richmond Ads.

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Description of Page: Staunton Spectator extra, Richmond & Alexandria Ads.