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Edward D. Eacho,General Agentand Collector. Office on 14th, between Main and Franklin sts., corner of Exchange Alley, Richmond, Virginia, Would respectfully inform his friends and the public generally, that he will continue the same line of business the ensuing year, viz: Renting out Houses, Farms, &c., Selling Real Estate, Hiring out and selling Negroes, Negotiating Loans, Collecting Bonds Notes, and Open Accounts, Adjusting Claims, and attending to all matters appertaining to a General Agent. Thankful for the liberal patronage he has received for the last nine years, would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same. Persons in the country intending to send me their servants for hire, would please do so if possible by the 1st or 2d of January, in order that good prices and comfortable homes may be secured. de 19--1m
The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Destruction of property in Washington county, Md. (search)
Runaway. --fifty dollars reward will be paid for the delivery at our office, or at our Mill in Manchester, of our absconding slave, Dick Bryant. Dick is about 5 feet 8 inches high, light ginger-bread color, and about 19 years old. Dick had on when he left a brown frock coat, dark pantaloons, and black Russia hat. de 12--10t Dunlop, Moncure & Co.
Highway Robbery. --On Wednesday afternoon last, says the Lynchburg Republican, of the 19th inst., a soldier from Amherst, who was on his return home from a visit to that place, was assaulted and robbed by two men about midway of the bridge which cresses James river. The name of the victim is George Hudson, and the amount of which he was robbed was $48.