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any invasion of that city, or to move beyond it if necessary, and who desire no pay or emolument for their services. The U. S. chartered steamer R. R. Cuyler was put formally in commission on Monday at the Brooklyn Navy-Yard. She mounts nine guns, long thirty-twos, and heavy place. Her crew consists of about 100 men and officers. She is destined for the blockade fleet. Two more of the New York volunteer regiments, the 3d, Col. Townsend, and the 4th, (First Scott Life Guard,) Col. Taylor, sailed on Monday for Fortress Monroe. The steam frigate Niagara arrived at the mouth of the Mississippi river on the 28th ult., and it was supposed was to assist in the blockade of the port of New Orleans. During the month of May three hundred and seventy-five men were enlisted for the naval service in New Bedford. It is stated that the Federal troops have raised the National flag over ex-President Tyler's summer residence, "Marguerite Villa." Hampton, Va. Instead of
n spoken to, speaks rather slowly. I bought him from Capt Belcher, near Fairfield Race Course, who owns his wife, and about whose premises he may be lurking, or he may have hired himself out as a free man on some of the public works near the city, or attempted to escape with some of the volunteer companies leaving the city. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me in Richmond or in some jail so that I may get him. Jas. M. Taylor, je 5--tf Of the firm of Jas. M. Taylor & Son. n spoken to, speaks rather slowly. I bought him from Capt Belcher, near Fairfield Race Course, who owns his wife, and about whose premises he may be lurking, or he may have hired himself out as a free man on some of the public works near the city, or attempted to escape with some of the volunteer companies leaving the city. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me in Richmond or in some jail so that I may get him. Jas. M. Taylor, je 5--tf Of the firm of Jas. M. Taylor & Son.
when spoken to, speaks rather slowly. I bought him from Capt. Belcher, near Fairfield Race Course, who owns his wife, and about whose premises he may be lurking or he may have hired himself out as a free man on some of the public works near the city, or attempted to escape with some of the volunteer companies leaving the city. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me in Richmond or in some jail so that I may get him. Jas. M. Taylor, je 6--tf Of the firm of Jas. M. Taylor & Son. when spoken to, speaks rather slowly. I bought him from Capt. Belcher, near Fairfield Race Course, who owns his wife, and about whose premises he may be lurking or he may have hired himself out as a free man on some of the public works near the city, or attempted to escape with some of the volunteer companies leaving the city. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me in Richmond or in some jail so that I may get him. Jas. M. Taylor, je 6--tf Of the firm of Jas. M. Taylor & Son.
ia county, with only 480 men between 18 and 45, has already sent and had mustered into service four companies, and has just raised and equipped within a few days another splendid company of between 60 and 70 men. with two ministers as officers; one the Rev. Richard McIlwain, Pastor of the Amelia Presbyterian Church, the other the Rev, Mr. Barnes, of the Methodist Church--the whole amounting to about 300 men; and five gentlemen in the county have 20 so is in the field: L. E, Harvie, Esq.,4; Mr. Taylor, 4; Mr. Ryall, 4, Mr. Kitt Roberts, 4; and Capt Jackson will have 4 as soon as his son, Dr Jackson, recovers from a broken hand and joins his company. I think these facts are worthy of record, and may stimulate other counties to do likewise. The citizens of the county and the County Court together have subscribed over $10,000 for their equipment and support of their families. P. S.--Yesterday afternoon a hardy looking company of Irishmen, sixty-three strong, arrived in town from She
ble military skill, much less genius, in his whole career. His stand-up fights with the British in the late was were valuable exhibitions of game and endurance on both sides, but no generalship was attempted or required. In the Mexican war, General Taylor whipped the poor devils so often and so thoroughly before General Scott appeared upon the field, that the latter, with the aid of Lee's engineering, had a comparatively easy task to accomplish. He made one or two awful blunders notwithstandiwas there a more complete back down than Jackson forced upon Scott. He was foolish enough to pitch into old Marcy, and Marcy replied in a cool and excoriating epistle, which scarcely left a whole spot upon his body. He fell out with noble old Gen. Taylor a man so just, so self-poised, and so amiable as well as valiant, that no one was ever before his enemy, except the enemies of his country. And last, but not least, he tried the game of "rebel," which now fills his soul with horror, against h
From Manassas Junction.[Special correspondence of the Dispatch.] Camp Pickens, June 13th, 1861. The unfortunate Mr. Taylor, who was accidentally shot by a member of the Alexandria Rifles, has since died of the effects of the wound. Mr. John T. Alvey, of Richmond, of the Governor's Guard, lost his horse and saddle at the hands of Lincoln's scouts. The sad intelligence has just reached us that a Mr. Furcron, of the Powhatan Cavalry, was shot by our own guards and immediately killed.--Mr. F, who was out on duty, left his post and went to a spring to drink. There he saw several soldiers who he supposed belonged to the enemy. He immediately wheeled, put spurs to his horse and darted off. The soldiers who Mr. F. mistook for the enemy, ordered him to halt; which, refusing to do he was immediately fired upon and killed, they supposing him to belong to a scouting party of the Federal troops, from his failing to stop when commanded.--Such intelligence mingles sadly with the
when spoken to speaks rather slowly I bought him from Capt. Belcher near Fairfield Race Course, who owns his wife, and about whose premises he may be lurking; or he may have hired himself out as a free man on some of the public works near the city, or attempted to escape with some of the volunteer companies leaving the city. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me in Richmond, or in some jail so that I may get him. Jas. M. Taylor. je 15--3t Of the firm of Jas. M Taylor & Son. when spoken to speaks rather slowly I bought him from Capt. Belcher near Fairfield Race Course, who owns his wife, and about whose premises he may be lurking; or he may have hired himself out as a free man on some of the public works near the city, or attempted to escape with some of the volunteer companies leaving the city. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me in Richmond, or in some jail so that I may get him. Jas. M. Taylor. je 15--3t Of the firm of Jas. M Taylor & Son.
$10 reward --Ranaways from my farm, 5 miles below Richmond, about ten days ago, my woman Mary, who is about 45 years old, of a very black complexion, has a fine head of hair, is very likely, and about 5 feet 4 inches high. I purchased her of Dr. James Beale, of the city of Richmond, and I have no doubt but that she is lurking about the said city I will pay the above reward for her delivery to me, or in some jail so that I can get her. Jas M. Taylor, Je 20--2t Of the firm of Jas. M. Taylor & Son.
Surry troop. --This fine body of cavalry left by steamer for home on Saturday morning last. The officers of the company are, Capt. Taylor, Lieut. E. P. Crenshaw, and Lieut. Wm. Allen. The last named gentleman was at the camp, but unable to parade with the troop, having met with an accident while riding to the polis on the day of election; not while en route for Richmond, as stated before.
4 Lewis355Norfolk City547 Lunenburg275Norfolk county255 Madison760Northampton20 Mecklenburg471Nottoway57 Marion768Ohio285 Matthews57Petersburg747 Northumberland74Portsmouth118 Orange48Powhatan98 page796Prince George52 Pleasants23Princess Anne72 Prince Edward47Pitisylvania645 Prince William479Pulaski82 Ritchie320Rappahannock80 Roanoke80Richmond City1234 Shenandoah1440Rockbridge892 Smyth50Rockingham206 Southampton23Spotsylvania187 Tyler100Stafford1 Upshur230Surry74 Warren186Taylor72 Washington280Warwick49 Wetzel549Westmoreland344 WoodtieWilliamsburg6 Wythe177 15,631 14,245 14,245 majority for Bell 1,386 the following table shows the vote in 1859, in the counties yet to be heard from: Letcher. Goggin. Boone142Braxton32 Buchanan91Clay41 Cabell91Giles111 Calhoun251Kanawha671 Craig164Lancaster49 Fayette39Lee64 Grayson113Louisa99 Hanover117Mason141 Jackson122McDowell82 Logan386Mercer128 Middlesex35Morgan13 Patrick90Nicholas61 Pendl
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