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Fifty Dollars will be paid for the apprehension of E. B. Simms, of Culpeper county; #30 will be paid for the apprehension of J. R. Milton, J. W. Hawkins, Philip Freeman, and Henry Nax, deserters from Company C, 7th Virginia Infantry. Dr. Straughn having taken the oath of allegiance to the Federal Government, $50 is offered for his apprehension. Ph. S. Asby, Capt. Co. C., je 27--3t 7th Va. Infantry. Culpeper Observer please copy.
The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Committed to jail. (search)
Committed to jail. --Philip Freeman, arrested as a supposed ranaway, but said he was free, though not in possession of proper papers, was committed to jail.