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The Daily Dispatch: January 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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s doubtful whether, but for the ridicule of the world, he would have stopped by this time. In the beginning of the present war, he dabbled again in the art military, confining himself for a time to military criticism, in which he showed how the war ought to be carried on, in order to make it successful. He pointed out that "two well equipped armies, consisting each of 25,000 men, one marching from Washington and the other from Fortress Monroe," might easily reduce Richmond. He patronized Scott considerably, gave other Generals an occasional nod or hint, and, in short, contributed a good deal to the information of the volunteers and the amusement of the regular officers, who have an idea that newspaper editors know as much about the managing of an army as officers do about editing a newspaper. Nevertheless, although Raymond is as vindictive as a snake, and has made himself very disgusting by his pretensions to military knowledge, he has had the candor on several occasions to admit
200 dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 19th inst, my boy Austen. The said boy is about 56 years old, about five feet high, and of a light brown complexion. He took with him my dark bay horse, small in size, but compact and in good order. Austen has a high forehead but narrow, and his hair extends very low on either side. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to Messrs Lee & Bowman, in Richmond, or secured in any jail, and the recovery of the horse. D Scott, Bestland P O, Essex co, Va. ja 26--ts
Stealing clothing. --Four negroes, named Robert, Washington, and Ann Scott, slaves, and Ann Banks, free, were arraigned on the charge of stealing, some time since, from Mr. Robert Richardson, two boxes of crockery ware, one large box of clothing, and a rocking chair, valued at $300. Witnesses were examined, who established the guilt of the parties, whereupon the Mayor sent them on to the Hustings Court for further trial.