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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
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Brigadier-General Ellison Capers, Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 5, South Carolina (ed. Clement Anselm Evans), Additional Sketches Illustrating the services of officers and Privates and patriotic citizens of South Carolina. (search)
ile business at Marion. Lieutenant McLucas is major on the staff of Gen. C. I. Walker, major-general of the South Carolina divisions of the United Confederate Veterans, and is also the historian of Camp Marion, U. C. V. He is descended from Scotch ancestry, among them being the Camerons, the MacLaughlins and the MacRaes. His ancestors emigrated to America about one hundred years ago, settling in North and South Carolina. Captain Hayne McMeekin, one of the leading planters of Monticello, Fairfield county, was born in Union county, S. C., in 1832, the youngest child of Thomas and Elizabeth (Brommet) McMeekin. He received his education at the South Carolina college at Columbia, from which institution he graduated in 1854, and was teaching school at the beginning of the war between the States. He immediately raised a company at Long Run, composed principally of his pupils and former schoolmates, which became Company F, of the Twelfth regiment, Means' light infantry. The first serv
loan,) coupons, brought 137; do. registered, 110@118; do. do, (100 M loan,) registered, 1872, 106; do. do, 8 per cent convertibles, 106½@107; Confederate Treasury notes, intereast bearing, par and interest; Virginia sixes, registered, 112@114; Georgia sevens, 49@150; Manassas Gap R. R. bonds, sixes, 58; Orange and Alexandria R. R. bonds, 2d mortgages sixes, 102: Traders' Bank stock, 124; Bank of Commonwealth, 121; Farmers' Bank, 121, (a large advance;) Bank of Richmond, 100@101; Bank of Monticello, 100, James River & Kanawha Co, 19; Richmond and Liverpool Packet Co. 620; Old Dominion Ins. Co., 31½; Va. Fire and Marine Ins. Co., 47. All the bonds were sold with interest added to the day of sale. Produce, Groceries, &c.--Apples, $31@50 per barrel; very few in market. Butter in demand at $3@3.25 per lb Bacon — hoground, $125@140.--Beeswax, $1.50 per lb. Beans, $15@18 per bushel. Corn, $10 per bushel; very scarce, and in demand Corn Meal, $10@12 per bushel. Candles, $3@3.25 per