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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 23. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Company C, Ninth Virginia cavalry, C. S. A. [from the Richmond (Va.) Dispatch, February 9, 1896.] (search)
, Robert A. Sanfard, wounded, Robert Self, John Settle, Robert Spilman, severely wounded at Ashland, Thomas M. Spilman, Bruce Stringfellow, severely wounded, Hansford Sutton, disabled by a fall, and discharged, John E. Sturman, William Smith, died in service, Garvin C. Taliaferro, adjutant of the regiment, leg fractured, and amputated at Barbee's Cross-Roads, Henry Thrift, wounded, Joseph Thrift, discharged, Robert L. Talent, died in service, Charles Taylor, Henry Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Robinson Taylor, Charles Turner, severely wounded at Upperville, Henry Turner, James Walker, discharged, Milton M. Walker, William M. Walker, severely wounded in Dinwiddie, Ro. J. Washington, wounded, promoted adjutant, William A. Weaver, killed near Shepherdstown, F. D. Wheelwright, discharged, F. D. Wheelwright, Jr., wounded, Thomas C. Wheelwright, wounded, J. N. Wright, wounded after being captured, M. U. F. Wright, wounded and captured, J. J. Yeatman, died of injuries received in service, Oscar Yea
ore the Federal visited the county. Price of Corn.--The high price of $10 per barrel has been paid for corn in the upper part of Spotsylvania by a Government agent, but it was only because of a pressing necessity at the time, when such a price ought not to have been demanded. $7 per barrel is about the ruling rate for corn in the section of the country we have named. It does not command this price in Fredericksburg, we believe. Affairs in King George.--Capt. John Taylor, of the 9th Virginia Cavalry, was captured by some Yankees who landed from a gunboat near his residence, on Friday last, and carried to Washington. Capt. T. was at home, on the banks of the Potomac, being an invalid. Robert Wallace was also captured, but subsequently released. On Friday night an incendiary fired the barn of Mr. Robinson Taylor, consuming all his farming implements, his carriage house and carriage; subsequently six stacks of wheat, tree-quarters of a mile from the barn, were burnt.