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ge may be said to have done very well during the session just terminated. We append the List of graduates. James A. Alexander, Augusta county, Va. Robert T Baldwin, Jr., Winchester, Va. Simon Baruch, Camden, S. C. Edwin Sarnes, Wilson county, N. C. Marshall T. Bell, Iredell county, N. C. David Berry, Burke county, N. C. Cyrus Brooks, Chesterfield county, Va. Jesse P Brown, Pitt county, N. C. Thomas C. Dennis, Halifax county, Va. Henry V. Dunstan, Murfreesboro, N. C. Thounty, Va. George W Garmany, Newberry, S. C. Wm. H Gibbs, Lexington, Va. Robert M. Harper, Prince Edward county, Va. Wm. R. Harris, Oxford, N. C. Samuel M. Hileman, Lexington, Va. John C. Hyde, Augusta co., Va. Robert W. King, Wilson co., N. C. Algernon M. Lee, Sampson co., N. C. Henry B Melvin, Accomac co., Va. Robert A. North, Appomattox co., Va. Seaborn K. O' Neal, Harris co., Ga. Asa F Osborn, Oxford, N. C. Wm. M Palmer, Halifax co., Va. Robert S J. Peebies, Pet
or Mumford, the New Orleans martyr. The late freshet in Roanoke river, N. C., was very heavy and destructive. Apprehensions are felt of severe losses in crops, cattle, &c., in Halifax and Northampton counties. The Cincinnati Commercial calls the New York Tribune's information regarding Unionism in Texas, "a cock and bull story." It is stated that Col. Graves, of the 8th Michigan regiment, was killed in the recent fight at Secessionville, S. C. Ample and well-arranged measures should be taken in season to procure a supply of fresh fruit and preserved vegetables for the use of our army. Mis. Mary C. Thorne, the last surviving witness of the execution of Major Andre, died in New York a few days since at the age of 92. Dr. George W. Ruffin, a well-known physician, died at his residence in Wilson county, N. C., on the 5th instant. The veteran soldier and patriot, General Twiggs, has taken up his residence near Augusta Georgia, the place of his nativity.
The Daily Dispatch: May 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Jonathan and John Bull-Pent-up wrath (search)
groes: Fhn, 5 feet 9½ inches high, 46 years old, complexion brown eyes black, scar on forehead, on wrist and on the first of left thumb. Wy 5 feet 6¼ inches high 45 years old, complexion black eyes black very bad teeth, steam mere a little when talking. tall, gu bread color, about 24 years old, large knots on first ts of big toes. Joh Harris, 5 feet 8 inches high, complexion black, eyes black limps in his walk. Washington hired of Remand Ruffin, Jr, of Hanover county, Va. Jos, hired of W K Delaney, of Wilson county, H. C. The above reward of $150 will be paid for the arrest and delivery to the nearest jail of all of the above-named negroes, or $50 will be paid for each one arrested clogly. If delivered at the office of the Richmond Railroad Company, in Danville, all necessary expects will be paid and $5 per day in addition to the above for the time employed in him on E D Wilburn Supt Piedmont Railroad. Danville Va. May 19th, 1863 my 22--2w