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The Daily Dispatch: February 23, 1865., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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For sale, privately, a likely Girl, a good Nurse for her age — say ten years old. Also, a Washer and Ironer, twenty years old. Burton & Wallace, No. 3 Belvin's Block, Governor street. fe 23--ts
0 bales cotton, North Carolina; Alonzo Brett, 3,000 bales, 3,000 barrels turpentine, North Carolina; Jeptha White, W. H. Stiner, Frank E. Winslow, P. A. Harvey, R. K. Cobb, H. C. Hicks, C. S. Palmer, small amounts cotton, from North Carolina; Fergus Pennington, 17,500 bales, Louisiana and Mississippi; Samuel Noble, 250,000 bales, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana; Robert E. Coxe, 50,000 bales, 10,000 barrels turpentine, 20,000 boxes tobacco, any Southern State; L. B. Wilson, G. O. Wallace, H. C. Hicks, J. O. P. Burnside, Alonzo Brett, Francis V. Haskins, and P. H. Whitehurst & Co., all small lots of cottons, shingles, etc. By the terms of these permits, one-fourth of the net profit goes to the Treasury, the balance to the person holding the permit. A large amount of testimony has been taken by the House committee as to how these permits were obtained and how these parties are carrying them out. It will probably be published in a few days. Miscellaneous. Linc