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Wanted. Any one wishing to act as a substitute for a man subject to the conscript act, will receive the following compensation: a likely negro boy and five hundred dollars. Address B., Appeal Office.--Vicks-burgh Whig, August 6.
Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 7. (ed. Frank Moore), General Stuart's dinner eaten by General Buford. (search)
General Stuart's dinner eaten by General Buford. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Press, writing from Brandy Station, Va., on the sixth of August, says: Some people have contended that Stuart no longer had command of the Rebel cavalry, but that Fitz-Hugh Lee was the chief of that branch of the army. Whether this be so or not, as I before stated, Stuart fought Buford last Saturday, for Buford ate his dinner in a cosy little house, nestled among pines, cedars, and jessamine about one and a half miles from Culpeper, where General Stuart and staff were going to dine. Every luxury and delicacy that could be procured in this poor ransacked country was smiling on the white, spotless linen which covered the table. The chairs were placed, the wine ready to be uncorked, the piano in the dear little parlor open as it was left but a few minutes before. The fair occupant of the stool (I hope I am not slandering her features when I call them fair) had no doubt hurried on a sun-bonnet