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Ran away--ten dollars Reward. --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a mulatto; she is about 39 years of age; medium size; rather delicate; she has bad teeth; quite a singular purchased her of Anderson Edwards, Esq., of Chesterfield county, about seven miles from . She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my residence in Richmond corner of Clay and 10th streets. G. A. W. Taylor. no 19--6t*
Ranaway.--ten dollars Reward --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a she is about 30 years of age; medium size; rather delicate; the has bad teeth; quite a singular voice I purchase her of Anderson Edwards, Esq., of Chesterfield county, about seven miles from Richmond She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my resider Richmond corner of Clay and 10th streets. G. A. W. Taylor. no 19--
Runaway.--ten dollars reward. --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a mulatto; she is about 10 years of age; medium size; rather delicate, she has bad teeth; quite a singular voice. I purchased her of Anderson Edwards, Esq. of Chesterfield about seven miles from Richmond. She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her, I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my residence in Richmond, corner of Clay and 10th streets. no 17--t* G. A. W. Taylor.
and the Seventh lowa, Col. Lanman, upon the Memphis and Montgomery; Taylor's battery of artillery and a battalion of Col. Noble's cavalry, alshe centre, and the 31st, Col. Logan, on the left, and two guns from Taylor's battery, the other four being in a corn-field in the rear. At nie also prisoners, they refusing to leave the wounded. G. White, of Taylor's Battery, was shot through the head, a very serious wound. Col. Lrection all last evening. The Seventh Iowa led the attack with Taylor's batteries, but fell back, and the Twenty-second Illinois took the lead. Taylor's battery did splendid service. They brought off two guns and spiked two. The Twenty-second took the batteries at Belmontt soon became general, and all our men were brought up except 500. Taylor's battery had two pieces in action. Gen. McClernand was in froregiments took the lead. There was a severe fight of musketry, and Taylor's battery played heavily on the enemy, driving them back. We then
Ranaway--ten dollars reward. --On Thursday, the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a mulatto she is about 14 years of age; medium size; rather delivery she had bad teeth, quite a singular voice. I purchase her of Anderson Edward, Esq. of Cheyenne county, about seven miles from Richmond, she has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have believe that she is in the city. I warn all person against harboring her. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my residence in Richmond corner of Clay and 10th streets. -- G. A. W. Taylor.
Ran away--ten dollars reward. --On Thursday, the 14th instant my Caroline. She is a m to, she is years of age medium size; rather d bad quite a singular voice. I her of Anderson to Edwards, Esq., of Che county, about seven miles from Richmond She has in Manchester, but I have that she is in the city. I warn all per gather. I will give the above for active to me at my reside in Richmond corner of Clay and 10th streets. G. A. W. Taylor.
Ran away --ten dollars Reward--On Thursday; the 14th instant, my servant Caroline. She is a mulatto; she is about 30 years of age; medium size; father delicate; she has had teeth; quite a singular voice. I purchaser her of Anderson, Edwards, Esq., of Chesterfield county, about seven miles from Richmond. She has acquaintances in Manchester, but I have no doubt that she is in the city. I warn all persons from harboring her. I will give the above reward for her delivery to me at my residence in Richmond, corner of Clay and 10th streets. no 19-- * G. A. W. Taylor.
$50 reward for my Servants, John and black well. John is about twenty-three years old and a carpenter by trade; black and not stout. He left my residence at the corner of Clay and 10th streets, Sunday morning, the 23d instant. I have no doubt he is in the employment of some of the companies as a free man, in or near the city, or he may have left it. Blackwell left my farm, in the county of Chesterfield, ten miles above Richmond. He is 15 years old; a bright mulatto; he has large, full eyes, thick underlips, spare made knees, and ankles inclined inward. He left on the 13th instant; he is a house-servant. I will give twenty-five for one, or fifty for the two, delivered to me in Richmond at my residence, corner Clay and 10th streets, or in any jail, so that I can get them. fe 25--6t* G. A. W. Taylor.
l near by attending to the wounded men, in company with other surgeons. Every attention possible was given them, and every effort made to relieve their sufferings. Towards morning, owing to frequent use of opiates and anodynes, they became easier, and I went down to the battery to see the result of the bombardment. It was after two o'clock in the morning. Passing by the quarters of Major Hill, we found the gallant officer already up and preparing for the forthcoming fight. By him was Capt. Taylor, C. S. A., the officer in general charge of the ordnance on the island, and also Lts. Talcott and Loyall, all of whom fought nobly and bravely during the engagement. The night was intensely dark and misty. The light of the burning huts reflected its red glare upon the ramparts of the fort, and showed us where the enemy's shots had taken effect.--Just below us was the beach, up which the little waves washed musically, and far beyond the lanterns hung in the rigging of the ships indicatin
as a reserve. From the commencement of the battle in the morning until 1 o'clock the fighting was terrible. The troops on the right were disposed as follows: First, McArthur's brigade, consisting of the 9th, 12th and 41st Illinois, having temporarily attached the 17th and 19th Illinois. Next came Oglesby's brigade, the 8th, 18th, 29th, 30th and 31th Illinois, and Schwartz's and Dresser's batteries. Next, Col. W. H. L. Wallace's brigade, the 11th, 12th, 45th and 48th Illinois, and Taylor's and McAllister's batteries. These three brigades composed McClenand's division, and bore the brunt of the battle. The enemy concentrated his main force on our right, to turn it, which was done by our men getting out of ammunition, and the confusion created in getting up reinforcements. The division retreated about half a mile. As soon as McClernand's division, who had stood their ground so manfully for three hours, retired to procure ammunition, the enemy occupied the field.
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