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The Daily Dispatch: July 11, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Recent Deaths --C. D. Yancey, a native of Bedford county, Va., died in New Orleans on the 4th instant. Charles Moncure, a native of Richmond, Va., died in Plaquemines Parish, La., on the4th. Alluding to the death of Mr. Yancey, the Delta says, editorially: New Orleans loses by this death almost enterprising, high-spirited and energetic citizen. In his be loved Virginia how many who knew him in boyhood, in youth, and in manhood, as the type of that class of true Virginia gentlemen who never forget the manly principles and ideas in which they were trained by the founders of that venerable Commonwealth, will grieve over the premature departure of this most excellent gentleman.
Returning to their homes. During the occupancy of Culpeper county by the enemy's forces, forty negroes, the property of Charles Moncure, Esq., of that county, left their homes and sought refuge in the camps of the invaders. Since the reoccupation by our forces, thirty-nine of the forty, disgusted with their new associates, have returned to their former homes, and express themselves as entirely satisfied with their sojourn among the Yankees.