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The Daily Dispatch: January 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], Foster's raid in North Carolina, and the Abduction of negroes. (search)
Servants for hire. --Two good Cooks and Washers, one superior Washer Woman two good Seemstresses and House Servants one good Nurse and House Servant, two small Girls, about 10 or 11 years old, accustomed to house service, and one likely Boy, 12 years old, suitable for house service. Apply to me at I. H. Walke's store, Main street. Ed. M. Morgan. ja 1--ts
captured one gun, but was compelled to leave it. Stuart also had a brush with Col. Candy, at Occoquan, in which the Yankees sustained considerable loss. Stuart next made his way to Annandale, by way of Bull Run and Wolf Run; thence to Vienna, which place he passed through at midnight. The Herald says all he got was some sutlers' wagons and some ambulances. The Herald reports that Fort Hudson has been captured. The retreat of Gen. Hatch across the Tallahatchie is confirmed. Gen. Morgan made a successful raid to Elizabethtown, Ky., on the 27th, and drove the troops from their stockade defences, capturing six hundred prisoners, and so destroyed the Nashville and Louisville Railroad, the Herald says, as to suspend communication by this line for at least thirty days. Banks's expedition had arrived safely at New Orleans, and the General has assumed command of the department of the Gulf. The State of Texas has been added under the new regime. Banks issued an order on th
Servants for hire. --Two good Cooks and Washers, one superior Washer Woman two good Seamstresses and House Servants, one good Nurse and House Servant, two small Girls, about 10 or 11 years old, accustomed to house service, and one likely Boy, 12 years old, suitable for house service. Apply to me at I. H Waler's store, Main street. Ed. M. Morgan. ja 1--ts
Great victory in the West. Great victory in the West--the left wing gives away--Yankees routed in every Quarter. The following official dispatches were received last night at 11 o'clock, at the War Department: To Gen. S. Cooper, Adjutant-General. The expedition under Forrest, has fully accomplished its object. The railroads in East Tennessee are broken in various places, large amount of stores destroyed, many arms captured, and 1200 prisoners paroled. Morgan has done his work, but the extent is not fully known. The enemy in Tennessee and Mississippi are without telegraphic communication with their rear. (Signed) Braxton Bragg. To Gen. S. Cooper, Adjutant General. The enemy has yielded his strong point, and is falling back. We now occupy the whole field, and shall follow. Gen. Wheeler, with his cavalry, made a complete circuit of their army on the 20th and 1st inst, and captured and destroyed 300 wagons loaded with baggag
For hire --Two cook women, without encumbrance; three chambermaids; one superior washerwoman; four small girls, from 10 to 14 years old accustomed to house service; one sprightly boy, 13 years old These servants are of good character. Apply to me at I H Walke's store, Main street Ed. M. Morgan. N. B.--Also, two factory hands, and one valuable man, accustomed to general service. E. M. M. ja 1--3t*
For hire. --Two cook women, without encumbrance; three chambermaids; one superior washerwoman; four small girls, from 10 to 14 years old, accustomed to house service; one sprightly boy, 13 years old These servants are of good character. Apply to me at I. H. Walke's store, Main street. Ed. M. Morgan. N. B.--Also, two factory hands, and one valuable man, accustomed to general service. E. M. M. ja 1--3t*
Gen. Jos. E. Johnston has issued an order transferring the command of the "Army of the Mississippi to Lt.-Gen. Polk. W. B. Ryle, of Wilkinson county, Ga., a few days ago, slaughtered a hog which weighed, in gross, eleven hundred and twenty nine pounds. Morgan's command, which is about reassembling, is in want of horses, blankets and clothing. There were 6,199 barrels of flour inspected in Lynchburg, Va., last quarter. The race mare, Mollie Ruckner, won a race at Mobile a few days since. Time, 2.39½.
The Shaving of Gen. Morgan's head. --We have seen a letter stating that a lady in the cars asked Gen. Morgan for a look of his hair, when he pulled off his hat and showed her that he had none to give her, the Yankees having shaved his head in the Ohio penitentiary.--Fayetteville (N. C.) Observer. The Shaving of Gen. Morgan's head. --We have seen a letter stating that a lady in the cars asked Gen. Morgan for a look of his hair, when he pulled off his hat and showed her that he had none to give her, the Yankees having shaved his head in the Ohio penitentiary.--Fayetteville (N. C.) Observer.
For hire. --Two cook women, without encumbrance; three chambermaids; one superior washerwoman; four small girls, from 10 to 11 years old accustomed to house service; one sprightly boy, 13 years old. These servants are of good character. Apply to me at I H Walke's store, Main street. Ed. M. Morgan. N. B.--Also, two factory hands, and one valuable man, accustomed to general service. E. M. M. ja 4--1t*
Servants for hire. --Two good Cooks, without encumbrance; three Chambermaids, (two of them good nurses and plain seamstresses); three or four small Girls, from twelve to fifteen years old; one good House Boy, fourteen years old; and one superior Man, accustomed to general service. Apply at I. H. Walke's stare, Main street. Ed. M. Morgan. ja 2--ts
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