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Wanted to Hire-- 8 or 10 Negro men, To Hop Wood, At a in Shenandoah County, near the Mana ay Gap Ballroom, For which a liberal price will be paid. J. R. Anderson & Co, Tredegar Iron Works. ja 13--3t
ning their projectiles through and through her, in some instances, and, in others, bursting their shell inside. The boat was so badly cut up that she had to be unloaded to keep her from sinking. Having made her way slowly from under fire, she was towed off by the Monitor. The fellows on board were so frightened that they fired only one gun in reply, which was done by pulling the lanyard from below, the operator not showing himself. One of Captain F guns (a 10-pounder Parrott, captured at Mana ) bursted at the third discharge, whereby one of men lost his right arm, and Lieut. Robertson was very slightly bruised in the mouth. The brave fellow where arm was broken, (Wm. D. Jackson, of Stafford,) while the Surgeon was amputating it, held up the other, remarking, "Thank God I have one yet left to fight the Yankees with" This battery is the same that harassed the enemy so much last winter on the lower Potomac, under its then Captain (now Colonel) John R. Cook, completely blockadi