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$15 reward --Ranaway from my residence, in Ashland, Hanover county, Va., on Thursday, 20th March, my servant woman, named Fanny; about 20 years old; low in stature; ginger-bread color; rather long hair, and when spoken to has a pleasant look. If purchased her from O. Cranz, trustee, in this city, last fall. She may be lurking about the city. I will pay the above reward of $15 if apprehended and delivered to me in Ashland, or lodged in some jail, that I may procure her. Hiram James, Ashland. ap 1--6t*
Wanted — Recruits. --The Varias Artillery, stationed at Hardy's Bluff, on James River, is desirous of filling its ranks to the number of one hundred efficient men, and we earliestly appeal to the citizens of Richmond, Henrico, and the adjoining counties, who are not now in the volunteer service, to unite with us at once in the defence of the most important position on James river. A bounty of $50, and transportation, will be given to all who report to us at this station. James H. Akin Capt., James T Cox. st Lieut mh 21--4w*
son, Rockbridge Artillery. C Sullivan, Company B 27th Va Reg't. E M Wicker, Company A, 37th Va Reg't. J R Quillan, Company D, 37th Va Reg't. H D Danforth, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. Wm H Light, Company D, 2d Va Reg't. James P Jones, Company A, 2d Va Reg't. S W Clay, Company I, 42d Va Reg't. E B Taylor, Company F, 21st Va Reg't. Albert Durham, Company C, 4th Va Reg't. James Mully, Company S, 4th Va Reg't. J J Counts, Company C, 37th Va Reg't.g't. Thomas Decourcy, Company E, Irish Battalion. Henjamin D Crouch, Company C, 42d Va. Reg't. Wm H Hatcher, Company H, 42d Va. Reg't. Alonzo East, Company H, 21st Va. Reg't. Thos A Williams, Company C, 42d Va Reg't. James D Bickett, Company D, 27th Va Reg't. D J Shepherd, Company I, 2d Va Reg't. Wm Reid, Company H, 2d Va Reg't. G H C Backhouse, Company A, 2d Va Reg't. John N Dowdy, Company D, 42d Va Reg't. Jas A Robertson, Company B, 37th
$15 reward --Ranaway from my residence, in Ashland, Hanover county, Va., on Thursday, 20th March, my servant woman, named Fanny, about 20 years old; low in stature; ginger-bread color; rather long hair, and when spoken to has a pleasant look. I purchased her from O. Cranz, trustee, in this city, last fall. She only be lurking about the city. I will pay the above reward of $15 if apprehended and delivered time in Ashland, or lodged in some jail, that he may procure her. Hiram James, Ashland. ap 1--6ts
The Daily Dispatch: April 5, 1862., [Electronic resource], Death of Confederate prisoners at St. Louis. (search)
Death of Confederate prisoners at St. Louis. --From the report of the mortality among the soldiers in the military hospitals and camps at St. Louis, for the week ending the 8th ult., we make up the following list of deaths among the Confederate prisoner. March 01--G W M Johnson, company I, 32d Tenn. March 2.--Joseph Brown, company F, 13th Ark.; James A Kirbsy, company H, 15th Ark; Alex Frange, 16th Miss. James Maxwell, 3d Miss, J. A. Sample, company B, 11th Ala. March 3.--T Gilland, company C, 31st Tenn, G. W. Paris, company D, 4th Miss. James Russell, company G, 27th Ala, Jas Logan, company G, 42d Tenn.; B. F. Gray, company D, 15th Ark.; Samuel Brown, company D, 48th Tenn., Albert Kinard, company A, 48th Tenn. J. M. Burney, company K, 30th Tenn, Clarey, company Tenn. March 4.--John Hicks, company 7th Texas, J T Fuller, company C, 42d Tennessee; L R. D. Bigble, 80th Tennessee, Geo. W Doneal, 48th Tennessee; Wm Branden, company G, 42d Tennessee, Green Stacy,
$15 reward. --Ranaway from my residence, in Ashland, Hanover county, Va., on Thursday, 26th March, my servant woman, named Fanny; about 20 years old; low in stature; ginger-bread color; rather long hair, and when spoken to has a pleasant look. I purchased her from O. Cranz, trustee, in this city, last fall. She may be lurking about the city. I will pay the above reward of $15 if apprehended and delivered to me in Ashland, or lodged in some jail, that I may procure her. ap f — 6t* Hiram James, Ashland.
Maryland Guard. We have been furnished with the last of casualties in Company "B," Maryland Guard, attached to the 21st Regiment of Virginia Volunteers, in the fight at Kernstown, on the 2nd ult. We append the list, and are assured that it is reliable. Killed.--Capt. Noonan, who volunteered for the fight, and attached himself to the company. Wounded.--T. S. Carroll, badly; James Cloves, dangerously; Jno. A. Groombil, dangerously; E. G. Robert, in the shoulder.
$15 reward. --Ranaway from my residence, in Ashland, Hanover county, Va., on Thursday, 20th March, my servant woman, named Fanny; about 20 years old; low in stature; ginger-bread color; rather long hair, and when spoken to has a pleasant look. I purchased her from O. Cranz, trustee, in this city, last fall. She may be lurking about the city. I will pay the above reward of $15 if apprehended and delivered to me in Ashland, or lodged in some jail, that I may procure her. Hiram James, Ashland. ap 1--6t*