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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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Ten Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on Saturday last, a Negro Man named Bob Shelton, a Blacksmith by trade. He was hired of Mr. Geo W. Cox, of Goochland court-House. --Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, of a dark complexion, when spoken to is very polite, and smiles a great deal. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, at my Foundry, in Richmond [au 7--3t*] P. Rahm
Trying the Temper of the troops --The Pensacola Observer, of the 1st inst, relater the following: At about half past 1 o'clock this morning, an alarm was given by a sentinel on duty, which was answered by every one until it went the whole rounds. In precisely sixteen minutes from the time of the alarm that noble and gallant corps of Artillery, the Mobile Continentals, were in front of Col. Jackson's quarters, some half or three-fourths of a mile from their encampment. Captain Cox, with his brave and daring Prattville Dragoons were there in much less time. Too much praise cannot be given these two companies for the promptness and eagerness with which they responded to the call. They knew not — tye, they anticipated that in a few moments they would be engaged with those whom they are so anxious to meet; for the rumor was that a great army was crossing the bay in all kinds of boats, &c. They were the first upon the field. Then came Georgia's noble sons from Camp Stephens