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The Daily Dispatch: May 18, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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e cannoneers captured.--Jones's Virginia brigade, whose commander was killed at the Wilderness while trying his men, was the first to break; the old Stone wall and other brigades belonging to the division, becoming involved, soon followed its example, and the last seen of Gen. Johnson, the hero of Alleghany, he was standing almost alone, with a musket in his band, contesting the ground single handed with the multitudinous foe. The brigades composing the division are the stonewall brigade, Gen James M Walker, and Jones's brigade, both of this State, Stuart's brigade of Virginians and North Carolinian, and Stafford's brigade of Louisianian.--Jones and Stafford fell at the Wilderness Walker was wounded yesterday; Stuart, and Johnson, the commander of the division, were taken prisoners, and the Colonel commanding Jones's brigade is reported killed, with many other officers the guns left on the field, but which neither party has been able to move on account of the fire of the other — some
One hundred Dollars Reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 9th inst, Daniel, about 28 years old; said negro is square built, dark but not black, slight squinching about the right eye, and is very muscular; had on when be left blue pants, twilled jeans, gray track coat, black marine vest, quilted cloth cap; has a sister at Mr. Henry Drury's, Chesterfield country, near Manchester. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, near Atice's Station, Hanover county, Va. or lodged in some jail so that I get him, and all reasonable expenses paid. Said negro was bought of Messrs Davis & James, in this city, in the fall of 1862. J. Monroe Carter my 11--6t*