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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], The cause of Morgan's raid into Ohio. (search)
until after about two months of importunity I received a letter from his Chief Aid, Maj. Van Buren, stating that the General admitted the justice of my claim; but, unfortunately, all power had been recently centred in the Secretary of War, and he had no further control over paroles, but had sent a statement of my case to the Secretary of War, and recommended that I be paroled and sent to City Point. I at once sent a copy of this letter to the Secretary of War, and wrote at the same time to Gen. Cox, Commanding Department of Ohio, to urge the matter and see that it was not overlooked in the hurry of official business. Finally an order came from the Secretary that "In consequence of my honorable conduct on a former occasion, he had determined to make mine an excepted case, and directed that I be immediately released and sent to City Point." What joyous news, for I had almost began to despair. In fact I was regarded by my brother officers as having a mania on the subject, and whenever
One hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, in Nelson county, on the 27th of October, a negro man named Overton; said negro is about five feet ten inches high, bright mulatto; he has a wife at W. P. Harrison's, near the Carbon coal mines, upper and of Henrico county, and was seen there in the last three or four days. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to Pickinson, Hill &Co. Wm P Cox. no 5--6t