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The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Arrival of Union troops. (search)
Twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway on Thursday, the 26th of June, a negro girl named Landonia 13 years of age, of a bright ginger bread color. She had on a red check muslin dress and a blue check drawn gingham bonnet — She represents herself as a free girl. The above reward of $20 will be paid for her delivery at Grady's fail Peters, Martin & Co., jy 10--3t
The Daily Dispatch: July 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Prisoners captured. (search)
Prisoners captured. --The Fortress Monroe correspondent of the New York Herald, writing July 2d, speaking of the few Confederate prisoners in the hands of the enemy, says: Among them are fifty-three officers, two Colonels, three Lieutenant Colonels, and three Majors. The following are included in the number: Major John Link, 7th Louisiana; Captain Cornelius Page, 7th La; Surgeon Norton, 8th S. C; Capt T. W. Rogers, 1st S. C. Rifles; Captain Kirby, 17th Virginia; Capt Granberry, 1st Virginia; Capt John R. Towers, 1st Virginia; Augustus Shaw, Adj't, 30th Georgia: Col R. R. Applewhite, 12th Mississippi; Captain S. D. McChesney, 12th Mississippi; Col. Edw Pendleton, 3d Louisiana; Capt Jonathan Rives, 3d Louisiana; Capt A N Jones, 17th Virginia; Col Martin Mars, 17th Virginia; Capt Robert Simpson, 17th Virginia Chaplain Martin, 3d Louisiana.