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The Daily Dispatch: January 25, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Sayors, Allea T. Crockett, Jas. M. Stuart, Bank of Virginia.Richmond. James Caskie, Alfred T. Harris, Thos. R. Price, Samuel C. Tardy, *Alex Garrett. D. J. Saunders, Joseph P. Jones, *Ambrose Cariton, *Wm. H. Fowle. Petersburg. T. T. Broocks, Z. W. Pickrell, W. R. Johnson, *R. W. Brodeax. John B. Wilson, R. A. Young, *J. P. Williamson. Fredericksburg. W. P. Conway, M. Slaughter, J. H. Bradley, *John L. Marye, Jr. Wm. A. Little, Thos. F. Knox, *Robt B. Reynolds. Lynchburg. Criswell Daley, Jas. M. Cobbs, *W. T. Vancey, *Chas H. Lynch, Seth Woodraff, Sam M. Garland, *A Alexander, Danville. Thos. P. Alkinson, J. E. White, John A. Smith, *Jas. C. Voss. Wm. Risen, Wm. P. Graves, *Jas. E. Lipscomb, Union. John Echols, Geo. W. Hutchinson, N. H. Roberts, *J. W. Laniue. John A. Nichol, B. G. Dunlop, *Henry J. Relly. Buchanan Chas. T. Beale, Wm. W. Boyd, Jas. R. Wilson,
sburg from citizens of that place who have just arrived in Richmond. During their occupation of the town the Yankees arrested sixty-eight citizens of Fredericksburg and vicinity, and sent them to Washington, whence most of them were transferred to Fort Delaware, and are now held as hostages for a number of Yankee stragglers who were picked up in the place and sent to Richmond. Ten of the number, whose names we give, were released at Washington, and have returned, viz: James H. Bradley, Thomas F. Knox, James McGuire, Counsellor Cole, Michael Ames, John G. Hurkamp, John J. Chew, George H. Peyton, W. H. Thomas, and John D. Elder. The houses in Fredericksburg were generally occupied as hospitals, and the number of wounded is represented to have been very great; indeed, some of the citizens say there were more than they supposed could have been disabled had "all the armies in the world" been engaged. A Yankee "Christian Sanitary Commission" came from the North to assist in the care