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The Daily Dispatch: December 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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for the employment of negro convicts on the public works," with certain amendments, as follows: "To provide also for the employment of negro convicts in salt works or any other company engaged in the manufacture of iron, &c. The House concurred in these amendments. The Speaker announced the following special committees. Committee to consider the extravagant prices demanded for articles of prime necessity — Messrs Anderson of Rockbridge, Miner Wayne, Priman, Flood, Laidley, Daniel, James. Committee to consider the condition of the free negro papulation of the Common wealth. Messrs. Woolfolk, Rivers, Woodhouse, Thomas, Baskerville, McCamant, Orgain. Wilson of is in of Wight, Kanman, West, Lockridge. Mr. Hunter presented a petition from the President Direction and Stockholders of the Bank of Benkelay. Referred to the Committee on Finance. The following special committee was appointed by the Speaker to procure committee accommodations--Messrs. Hass. Wayne, and
--Mr. James has had his stook of sulphur at his Chemical Works, in this place, by order of .
their mile for the relief of the patriotic and suffering volunteers of Elizabeth City. They join with me, in regret, that their offering in the present instance is so small, but we all indulge the hope, that the suffering families of our noble soldiers in our respective native counties may be so relieved, that we may soon again present a cheerful, (though small) and willing offering to the relief of the noble sons of Elizabeth City. Wm., H. Moozh, Geo. Sohoppert, Matthew Gemmell, Isaac James, Wm., D. Seal, James Holt, Chas. Holt, Thos. Newman. Enclosed please find $8, sent you for the relief of the Elizabeth City soldiers by the above armorers. You are at liberty to appropriate to such company of the Elizabeth City volunteers as in your judgment may need it most. I think the armorers under my charge here will organize, and make a monthly contribution to the suffering people of Elizabeth City. Very respectfully, Wm. H. Moozh. The soldiers of El
The Daily Dispatch: December 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], Fatal difficulty between two families in Mississippi. (search)
Runaway.--$10 reward. --Ranaway from the Monument Hotel, in the city of Richmond a mulatto Boy named James, the property of Miss Ann Hule. James is 15 years of age, and not well grown; is an intelligent and capable boy. He has a mother, Lucy Gunn, residing on Church Hill. He went off with two free boys about his own age. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me in Richmond, if he is taken out of the city; and $20 if taken within the city. Helen J. King. Cor Broad and Mayo sts. no 27--12t*
Ranaway.--one hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway, October 18, Joe, a dark mulatto; 23 years old; six feet high, weighs 180 pounds; well built, and very likely bushy head of hair, and heavy beard; can read and write, but writes badly; came from Hardy county, Va. may have free papers. I will give the above reward for his confinement in jail, so I get him. James J Cotheau, Roxboro, N. C. no 23--1m*
, and in form frail as a girl. Suspicion being aroused, an examination discovered the party to be Miss Franc Miller, of the 32d New York regiment. She came into our lines about a week ago, near Tuscumbia, Ala., accompanied by a gaunt fellow, Isaac James by name. They said that they were tired of the service and wanted to go home. The girl had enlisted when the war began, and has fought through nearly all the battles of the West. Love — that knavish elf — was the inspiring cause of her martght through nearly all the battles of the West. Love — that knavish elf — was the inspiring cause of her martial peregrination. Her "true love" (the aforesaid Isaac James) had "gone in," and she couldn't feel it in her heart to stay at home, so she listed too, and has marched and battled by his side till now. The pair exhibit great affection, and declare if they ever get "tu hum," they'll make a match of it. The Provost Marshal has sent them forward to Richmond.-- Atlanta (Ga.) Confed