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rices of their cotton goods at rates below what could have been extorted from the necessities of the people. It has also provided that they will only sell to such merchants as will pledge themselves not to charge at retail more than two cents per yard over the wholesale prices they pay the factory. This affords the merchant a fair profit for his time and labor and expenses, and protects the public from speculation on their necessities. Proposed Tax on cotton. It is stated that Governor Brown will recommend to the next Legislature of Georgia to levya tax of $26 per bale on all cotton raised in that State the present year, and if the cotton does not pay the tax, that other property of the planter be sold for that purpose. Burning of the steamer Sabine. From the Houston Telegraph, of the 29th ult., we learn that the steamboat Sablue, from a Texas port to a Louisiana port, engaged in the coasting trade, encountered a Federal blockading steamer off Calcanean, and was run
--J. C. Humphreys, R F Humphreys, J P Pritchard, Frank Livingston, Richmond, disloyalty. Committed 22d March.--Thomas Hancock, Richmond, suspicion. Committed 24th March.--Samuel Zeigler, alias Greenwall, Harper's Ferry, suspicion; D S Cates, 4th Tennessee regiment. Committed 25th March.--Wm L Schofield, Texas, Thos Robertson, Ga, spies. Committed 26th March.--W W Ritch, Washington, N C, supposed to be a spy; E S Baker, Richmond,--; Alex Morris, Gordonsville, disloyalty; Chas Brown, New Orleans,--; Price Lewis, New York, spy. Committed 27th March.--Wm B West, 13th Va Vols,--; Richard Pierce, Richmond Zouaves, Felix Hughes, Johnson's artillery, suspicion. Committed 28th March.--Christopher Bolton, Henrico, disloyalty; L P Maines, Baltimore, --; M P Morse, Matthews co, Va, disloyalty. Committed 31st March.--Michael Gately, desertion; S Z Howard, 14th Ala., desertion; Thos Johnson, desertion; W C Hughes, --; Thos Leonard, 14th Ala., assault and battery; P
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
discovered in an open field in the rear of the woods, and our artillery, masked at first by the infantry, opened fire upon them. They stood fire for a while, but at length retreated, pursued by our skirmishers. The Twenty-eighth New York, Lieut.- Col. Brown, was now brought up, and under a heavy fire of infantry and artillery, the enemy were driven back more than two miles from the pike. Col. Donnelly, being informed at that point by a citizen in great alarm that four thousand men were in theincreased force near the bridge, between Newtown and Kerntown, Col. Gordon was directed to send back the Second Massachusetts Lieut. Colonel Adam commanding; the Twenty second Indiana, Colonel Colgrove; and the Twenty-eighth New York, Lieut.-Col. Brown, to rescue the rear of the train and held the enemy in check. They found him at Newtown, with a strong force of infantry, artillery, and cavalry. The Second Massachusetts was deployed in the field, supported by the Twenty-eighth New Yo
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Extraordinary scheme of a convicted Forger. (search)
May 24th.--W. H. Cole, 7th Va., remittant fever; T. C. Christopher, 7th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 25th.--H. A. Barber, 7th Va., vulmes sclopet; N. Farmer, 13th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 26th.--James Donahue, 9th Ala., vulmes sclopet. May 27th.--James Beck, 1st Richmond Artillery, vulmes sclopet; N. B. Bryant, 19th Miss., vulmes sclopet. May 29th.--Franklin Furr, 14th Ala., vulmes sclopet; H. T. Elam, 11th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 30th.--Peter Moss, 1st Va., vulmes sclopet. May 31st.--Wm. Holden, 24th Va., plithisis. June 3d.--Wm Brown, 5th N. C., plenitis. May 25th.--E. M. Cook, 10th Alabama, vulmes sclopet. May 22d.--T. Ray, 9th Va., vulmes sclopet; J. M. Nickers, 5th N. C., vulmes sclopet. May 25th.--J. S. Dennis, 9th Ala., vulmes sclopet. May 18th.--W. R. King, 28th Va., vulmes sclopet. May 19th.--J. A. Allen, 18th Va., vulmes sclopet. June 2d.--Chas Brown, 6th N. C., vulmes sclopet. June 7th.--W Hodgkins, 115th Va., chronic bronchitis.
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bill to be entitled "an act to further provide for the public residence. (search)
Runaways. --A reward of ten dollars each will be paid for the apprehension and delivery in the City Jail, or at the Midlothian Mines, in Chesterfield county, of the following named negro men — viz:Ellic belonging to J. S. Middleton; Bon and Jim to E. Green; Jon and Jim; to Hill Bradford; Jon, to Mrs. Mary Fox; Robert, to J C. Spindle; Jacob, to Lawrence Muse; John, to Nat Tyler; William, to Mr. Brown; Edward, to J. C. Crump; William, to B. D. Roy; Iverson, to J. S. Lacy; Edwin, to Joseph H. Poindexter; Henry, to Andrew E. Ellett; Jon, to Dr. G. M. Pollard; Jacob to Julia Cogsil; Jon. to James H. Penamore, Jon, to J. K. Dabney, Charles, to Dr. Wm. Taliaferro; Ralph, to Mrs. E. W. Roy; Henry, to Jno. P. Tabb; Marcellus, to P. T. Burrust; William, to J. W. Winston Booker, to Midlothian Company. Should any of the above Negroes have returned to their homes, the owners will please advise me, or if impressed into public service, information as to their location will be thankfully re