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Sent on for burglary. --On Tuesday night last the office of John N. Davis and E. E Orvis, on Bank street, near 12th, was entered, a lodging-room forced open, and sundry articles of wearing apparel and bed clothing were stolen and carried away. The facts being made known to Lieut. Carter, of the Night Watch, he set to work to discover the thief, and on the night following arrested Lorenzo W. Frazier, a white fellow, who then had in his possession a portion of the stolen goods.--Yesterday morning the accused was examined before the Mayor, and remanded for a further hearing for burglary, before a called Court of Justices, to be held on the 20th inst.
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Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 12th inst, a negro man named Griffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, and 35 years old. Having had his left arm broken when young it is much smaller than his right, which maybe discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of this month, for Robert Love, of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me, in Richmond, and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, so that I get him. Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them. J. Monroe Carter, oc 14--10t* Church Hill, cor, 25th and M. sts.
Twenty Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 12th inst, a negro man named Grieffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, and 35 years old Having had his left arm broken when young it is much smaller than his right, which may be discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of this month for Robert Leve, of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me, in Richmond and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, so that I get him: Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them. J. Monroe Carter, oc 14--10t* Church Hill, cor. 25th and M. sts.
Twenty Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 12th inst., a negro man named Griffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, and 35 years old. Having had his left arm broken when young, it is much smaller than his right, which may be discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of this month, for Robert Love, of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me, in Richmond, and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, so that I get him. Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them. J. Monroe Carter, oc 14--10t* Church Hill, cor. 25th and M. sts.
For Hire. --A small boy, very quick and intelligent. Apply to Mrs. Pollard, at Mrs. Carter's, on Clay street, between 1st and 2d, second door from 2d. oc 17--3t*
Twenty Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 12th inst, a negro man named Griffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, and 35 years old. Having had his left arm broken when young, it is much smaller than his right, which may be discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of this month, for Robert Love, of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me, in Richmond, and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, go that I get him. Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them. J. Monroe Carter, oc 14--10t* Church Hill, cor, 25th and M. sts.
Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 25th October, a negro man named Griffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, 35 years old, and stammers when spoken to. Having had his left arm broken when young, it is much smaller than his right, which may be discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of last month, for Robert Love of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me at Laurel Grove. In Hanover, two miles from Atlee's station, and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, so that I get him. Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them, or to Chapel Hill, Orange county, N. C., as he has acquaintances there [no 5--10t*] J. Monroe Carter.
Twenty dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, for no cause whatever, on the 25th October a negro man named Griffin, a dark mulatto, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, 35 years old, and stammers when spoken to. Having had his left arm broken when young, it is much smaller than his right, which may be discovered from the peculiar position of the hand and fingers. Said negro was sold by Dickinson & Hill, on the 6th of last month, for Robert Love of N. C. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me at Laurel Grove, in Hanover, two miles from Atlee's station, and all reasonable expenses paid, or lodged in some jail, so that I get him. Griffin was raised in Norfolk, and has a mother and wife and children there. No doubt he will attempt to make his way to them, or to Chapel Hill, Orange county, N. C., as he has acquaintances there. [no 5--10t*] J. Monroe Carter.
The Daily Dispatch: January 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Dashing operations of our cavalry in rear of Rosecrans. (search)
story: At 1 P. M., the night of the 29th, Gen. Wheeler with a command of his old brigade, under Col. W. W. Allen, a regiment of Gen. Pegan's brigade under Col. Carter, and a section of Roberts's battery, started upon an expedition from the right wing, the purpose of which was not known nor even guessed. Passing around the lethe enemy was feeling the strength of our lines. Before us we saw moving along the pike a long train of Federal wagons hurrying to the battle-field. Detaching Col. Carter to intercept their advance. Gen. Wheeler fell upon their rear with a charge and a whoop which spread consternation among the guards and teamsters. Quick as ths, overalls, pistols, revolving rifles, saddles bridles, horses, mules, or what else might suit his fancy or comfort. "To saddle and away" before the roar of Carter's pieces in the rear should bring up superior forces of the enemy. Over stock and rock, hills, fences, and ravines burning wagons behind us, roaring artillery fa
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