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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1864., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: March 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Mr. Lincoln, and that the Forts would be surrendered, and that it was brought about by Mr. Seward.--This needs confirmation, and is, I think, exceedingly improbable. I am glad to see that your people are waking up all over your State, and I cannot see what your Convention can be waiting for, unless it is to kill time. A gentleman said to me a few days ago, "those Virginians love to speak very much; pity what they loved to act as well. " Are you a ware that Gov. Brown, of Georgia. Hon Wm. L Yancey, Hon. Mr. Benjamin, Hon Mr. Wigfall, and most of the leading men in the secession movement, every where, are Carolinian? A rumor reached this city, a few days ago, in the effect that President Davis had vetoed the bill for suppressing the African slave trade. That report needs confirmation, and your Convention need not be at all alarmed upon that subject. The weather to day was clear and fine, but as my present writing a regular March wind is blowing, and there is every
200 dollars reward. --Ran away, on Sunday night, the 17th inst, my negro man James; he is about 22 years old, quite likely, with smooth skin, black complexion, full suit of hair, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, weighs about 150 pounds, and with his index finger on his right hand stiff. In attempting to make his escape he will do bless pass through Richmond, as his mother haves there with Mr. Wm R , on Grace street, between 7th and 8th. The above reward will be paid on his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him. Wm. R Green. Massingford, Charlotte Co., Va. ja 21--12t*
h office of Central Presbyterian, 200; W R Jones &Co, 100; Thomas Jones, 100; Mrs. Chas S Carrington, Secretary L S A S, Halifax C H, 224.55; do, premium on specie, 16; Wm W Carrington, for Hays's brigade, 16; M, 100; Miss S T Polard, for Hays's brigade, 10; Miss D E Pollard, do, 10; G H Hutcheson, 20; Andrew Johnston, 20; Miss Maria Courts, 10; Thomas Samson, 300; J Millhiser & Bro, 100; M Mittled offer 50; G Heller. 10; G N Anders a 100 stel a, 5; A B Gwathmey; 100; Mrs. Edmond James, 25; Hon Wm C Rives, 100; young ladies of Pittsylvania Court House and vicinity proceeds of a tableau, 618 35; Chas E Kent, 20; a friend, 15; Rev--,100; Eliza and Mary Hall, proceeds of a fair, 200; Capt Jno Covert, 50; Peter V Daniel, 50; Dr O Fairfax, 25; Gen Carson, 20; Jno Randolph Tucker, Co.;--, through Post Office, 150; Jas Warwick, 50; L R Spliman, 100; Prof G E Dabney, 10; J B Wath, 30; D T Williams, 100; Robt A Lancaster, 200; Dr B, 20; R H Maury &Co, 500; Kent, Paine &Co, 200; Purcell, Ladd &