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The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], Richmond and Danville R R, Sup's office, Richmond, April 5, 1864. (search)
Richmond and Danville R R, Sup's office, Richmond, April 5, 1864. Ranaway — From near Roanoke Station, Richmond and Danville Railroad, a dark mulatto boy named John, the property of R. A. A. Watson, of Nottoway county, about 18 years old, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high. He had on when he left a brown Virginia cloth coat and a blue military cap. Fifty dollars will be paid for his recovery. Chas. G. Talcott, Sup't R. & D. R. R. ap 7--2w.
ays ready to forward every good work, one of your lady readers requests that you will, through your columns, make the following proposition; in imitation of the noble example set us by some of our brave defenders in the field, (the 12th Mississippi regiment,) who were willing to fast one day that their rations might be sent to suffering amities in Richmond, it is proposed that before or after next Friday, which has been appointed by our President as "a day of fasting and prayer," the food which would under ordinary circumstances be used on that day be distributed in person among the poor, or through the agency of the ladies connected with the "Union Benevolent Society, " or through the members of the "Young Men's Christian Association" We have not only the example of our fellow men to encourage us in this matter, but the command and the promises of the Bible. "Is it not such a fast as I have chosen? Is it not to feed the hungry?" &c. See last., 58,5-11. Richmond, April 5, 1864.