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Marylanders, to the rescue! --We earnestly invite the attention of refugees from the State of old Maryland to the advertisement headed "Maryland Line." It will be seen that Capt. Edward Barry has been commissioned to raise a company of Marylanders to confront the despicable foe, and drive him back off the sacred soil of the old State, and thus redeem from thraldom their homes — all that is near and dear to the hearts of brave Marylanders. Those desirous of visiting their firesides under the flag of the invulnerable "Stonewall" Jackson, will do well to consult Capt. Barry. We can assure them it will be to their interest.
Yankee prisoners. --Seven Yankee prisoners including the Colonel of an Ohio regiment, who were captured by a detachment of Gen. Jackson's army, last week, west of Staunton, were brought to Richmond, yesterday evening on the Central train, and lodged in the C. S. military prison on Cary street.
The Daily Dispatch: may 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], The ladies and the
The Daily Dispatch: may 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], Throwing down trees. (search)
$50 reward. --Ranaway from the owner, on Second street, near Main, in this city, on Monday night, the 12th inst., a negro girl, Ann Jackson. She is of a bright, brown color, and of about the age of 14, and 5½ feet in height. It is believed she was enticed away by a free boy of the name of Milson Page, and is now in or near the city. The above reward will be paid for her arrest and return to us. Barksdale & Bro., Corner Cary and 13th streets, up stairs. my 14--8w.
From the Valley District. Since General Jackson so handsomely defeated the invaders under the Federal hire ling Milroy, little has been allowed to transport of the movements of our forces in the Valley. From some cause or other, a more than usual caution with regard to operations in the quarter has existed. We noticed yesterday a report that the remnant of Milroy's army had been reinforced by Fremont, that the combined force had taken position in the neighborhood of Franklin, in Pendlethad been reinforced by Fremont, that the combined force had taken position in the neighborhood of Franklin, in Pendleton ty, and that it was probable a fight would near that point. Yesterday there were other rumors on the street relative to General Jackson's movements, which we do not deem it present to mention. We have every convenience that old "Stonewall" is ready for any movement the enemy may make; and we think it not unlikely that a few weeks will witness the enemy again before him.
The Daily Dispatch: May 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], Political movements in