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river — K. J. Christian and Jas New. 17th. From 17th to 19th sts, from Main to the corporation line — Thos Clemmitt and Samuel M. Price. 18th. From Venable to Washington streets, from Shockoe Creek to corporation line — Jas R. Chamberlayne and Alex McRae. 19th. From 19th to 25th sts, from Main to Broad — Wm Willis, Jr, and Wm H. Clemmitt. 20th. From 25th to 28th sts, from Main to Broad — Wm Craig and J. W. Fergusson. 21st. From Bloody Run st to Broad, from 28th to the corporation line — R. J. Smith and A. W. Taylor. 22d. From Bloody Run st to the river, from Pear to the corporate limits — D. Parr and John L. Parr. 23d. From 10th to 17th, from Broad to Leigh — W. F. Atkinson and J. W. Haynes. 24th. From Washington to Craig, from Shockoe Creek to corporate limits — J. W. Hampton and J. H. Robinson. The Visitors are requested by the Overseers of the Poor to meet at the office of the James River and Kanawha Company this afternoon, a
100 dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of my servant girl Elmira, who ranaway about the first of August. She is black, about 16 years of age, well grown for her age has large full eyes. I purchased her last spring of Mr. R. H. Dickinson; she formerly belonged to a Mr. Fitzhugh, of Fredericksburg. She has a mother living at President Davis's. She has been seen frequently on Church Hill, going in the direction of Union Hill and Howard's Grove. A. W. Taylor, Corner 29th and Main streets. no 6--1t*
100 Dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of my servant girl, Francis, who ran off about the 15th January last. Francis is about 17 years of age, gingerbread color, well grown, and has a full head of hair. Her front teeth are somewhat decayed and wide apart. She was owned and raised at or near Louisa C. H. I purchased her in January last, of a Mr. Hayden. She is supposed to be still in this city, or she may have gotten back to Louisa, where she has relatives. A. W. Taylor, cor 29th and Main sts, Libby Hill. mh 18--1t
The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee prisoners to have the Benefit of the shelling of Charleston. (search)
; Colonels T. G. Grover, to Hawkins, W. Harrismon, J. H. Lehman, O. M. Le grange, W. C. Lee, R. White, H. C. Bolinger, H. L Brown, E. L. Dana, and E. Fardell; Lt Colonels E. S Hays, N. B. Hunter, T. N. Higginbotham. G. C. Joslin, W. E. McMakin, D. Miles, W. C. Maxwell, J. D. May hew, S. Morfitt, E. Alcott, J. Potsley, A. F. Rosers, J. H. Burnham, C. B. Baldwin, W. G. Bartholimer, W. R. Cook, C. J. Dickerson, J. T. Fe lows, G. A. Fairbans, W. Glenn, T. P. Spofford, W. W. Stewart, W. Swift, A. W. Taylor, and W. P. Lascelle; Majors C. H. Bures, W. F. Baker, E. W. Bates, J. E. Clarke, D. A. Carpenter, W. Crandad, H. D. Grant, J. Hall, and J. N. Johnson. These prisoners, we understand will be furnished which comfortable quarters in that portion of the city most exposed to the enemy's fire. The commanding officer on Morris Island will be duty noticed of the fact of their presence in the shelled district, and if his batteries still continue their wanton and hazardous work, it will be at
re was completely subdued, and people living in the neighborhood became satisfied that there was no further danger of its speeding to any other building. A few minutes after five o'clock yesterday morning the fire bells again sounded an alarm, which proved to have been caused by the burning of some rubbish in the basement story of the residence on the corner of Leigh and 10th streets, occupied by Mrs E. W. Roy, a refugee from the Northern Neck of Virginia. The room in which the fire originated was filled with lumber, which had been put there by Mr. A. W. Taylor, the owner of the property, and as it had not been unlocked and entered by any one since Mr. T's removal there is no doubt but that it was the work of an incendiary. Once before on the same night, only a few hours preceding the last alarm, the incendiary torch was applied to the basement room on the opposite side of the building, but it was extinguished in a very short time. In neither case did the fire do much damage.
200 dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of my servant girl Frances, who ran off in January last. She is 17 years of age, about 5 feet 6 inches in height, mulatto, has a full suit of hair, her front teeth wide apart. She was raised in Louisa county. A. W. Taylor, Libby Hill. jy 28--1t*
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