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The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ll be advertised as deserters, and treated as such, viz: Richard B Binns, Wm. B. Haynes, W. F Beckett, Geo. H Ealy, R W Gill, John W New, C C Woodcock, Thos New, Wm T Oakly, Jas E Vaughan, M E Binns, Wm A Fowler, H B Hopkins, F C Motzler, A C Adams, F. W Binns, Wm B Ammons, R H Marable, O P Lampkin, C D Binns, Wm H Phillips; Thos. Peyton, gentry; R B Gill, O J Gill, J A Gill, and F J Bullifant. Men absent on special duty are required to send a copy of the order detailing them on detached service. I am aware that many of the parties above named are under medical treatment, but the army regulations require that they report through their Surgeons, in order that they may be accounted for on muster rolls, returns, &c. Some are shirking duty in this day of our country's need, and deserve to be severely punished. J. C. Harwood, Capt. co. K, 53d Va. Reg't. Camp 53d Regiment Virginia Vols., 4th Brigade, Anderson's Division, Falling Creek, Chesterfield county, Va., jy 25--2t*
The Daily Dispatch: July 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], The accident on the South-side road. (search)
Thirty dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to the Provost Marshal for the city of Richmond, or to myself, of Robert W. Evans, private in Co. K, 53d Va. regiment, who deserted from his company on the 14th July, 1862. Said Evans is a resident of Charles City county, where he is supposed to be at this time; is about 5 feet 10 inches high, has light complexion, sandy hair, blue eyes, and a very peculiar gait. J. C. Harwood. Captain Co. K, 53d Va. reg't, 4th Brigade, Anderson's Division, Camp Falling Creek, Chesterfield county, Va. jy 25--3t*