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The Daily Dispatch: July 8, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Yankee deserters. (search)
Yankee deserters. --A large number of Yankee deserters were brought to this city yesterday and committed to Castle Thunder. Among the number were the following new Yankees, who had not been assigned to any command, they having deserted the day after their arrival at City Point: Jos Quiman, Newton Franklin, and John Nixon.
Ran away --From the subscriber, Wednesday evening, the 6th inst, my servant girl Maria. She is about 18 or 20 years of age, tolerably bright mulatto, low, thick built, good set of teeth, and quite sprightly; well dressed, and carried with her several good calico dresses; says she had acquaintances on Grace and Franklin sts above 1st and 2d sts. She no doubt will endeavor to get days' work or jobs, as she has been accustomed to such work. A liberal reward will be paid for the apprehension or delivery of said girl to me, on Belvidere streets, just at the back gate of the penitentiary. G W Yager. jy 8--6t*