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or 1862. The subscribers have associated themselves together to conduct a General Agency Business in the city of Richmond, embracing the Hiring out of Negroes, Renting out Houses, Selling Real and Personal Estate, &c. Their special attention will be given to Hiring out Negroes; and from the long experience which each have had feel confident that they will be able to procure fair prices and good homes for all negroes entrusted to their care. They solicit a continuance of that liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon each of them. They have made ample arrangements to have negroes cared for till hired out; and in cases of sickness will give our personal attention. We earnestly request our friends to send their negroes to us by the 1st of January. Better prices and better homes can be obtained by sending them in early. E. A. J. Clopton, Ro. B. Lyne. Officer corner of Franklin and Wall streets, opposite Dickerson & Hill, up stairs. de 25--dt15thJan.
The Daily Dispatch: January 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], Interesting particulars of the last bombardment at Warrenten. (search)
ir heels, laying in the shade the celebrated race of Billy Wilson, near the same locality. These troops were supposed to be a Massachusetts regiment and some New York volunteers--the latter, however, I will do the credit to say, behaved much better, and towards night, after their fright had subsided, frequently cheered what they considered good shots at our batteries.--Whether any of them were killed we have no means of ascertaining; but their tents and camp were knocked into the middle of January, certain. After the dispersion of these regiments, the guns of the Louisiana Infantry were principally directed against Fort Pickens and the batteries east of her. The Alabama and Georgia Regiments, about the same time, commenced on the batteries looking to McRae, shooting away their colors and damaging one of the guns of Pickens. Through almost the entire night our guns kept up at regular intervals their fire. The scene was grand beyond conception — the shells, in their screeching
Freaks of the Season. --There was very little winter in the atmosphere yesterday. In fact we begin to doubt whether we will have any winter at all. A regular spring day early in January is not very encouraging to the ice business, though pleasant enough in itself.
The Kighth of January in New-Orleans. New Orleans, Jan. 9. --The " Eighth of January " was celebrated in this city on yesterday in an appropriate manner. The occasion was a State holiday, commemorative of the valor of our forefathers, but not celebrated in exultation over the defeat of Great Britain on that memorable day. Among other demonstrations was a grand military review by Generals Lovell, Ruggles, and Lewis, and also General Jeff. Thompson, of Missouri, who is a great favorite in this city.