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The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War News — Grant Quiet — Another Reverse for Butler on the Southside — the battles in Louisiana, &c. (search)
anly appearance and behavior. They took no negroes away forcibly from their masters. They carried off only such as voluntarily joined them, and many of these deluded creatures, after experiencing the fatigues and privation and toils of the journey for a day, stopped following the Yankees and turned back towards their comfortable homes, which they had so foolishly left. The Lexington Cadets. We learn, in addition to the casualties already published in the Lexington Cadets, that Cadet Randolph has died of his wounds, and that Cadet Jefferson was mortally wounded — making seven killed, instead of five. All the other wounded are doing well, and are in fine spirits--twenty of them were able to return home. The following are the casualties in Johnson's battery, Lieut V. J. Clutter commanding, in the battles of Spotsylvania, up to the 15th instant. Wounded; Lieut. V. J. Clutter, of Richmond, severely in foot; Privates Jonas Banheiser, of Richmond, in arm; L. R. Thomas, mo
The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War News — Grant Quiet — Another Reverse for Butler on the Southside — the battles in Louisiana, &c. (search)
300 Dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 12th inst, from my farm, in Cumberland, near Columbia, servant girl "Catherine Lewis," belonging to the estate of the late Capt C C Randolph, of Fauquier. She is about seventeen years of age, tall, well proportioned, and remarkably good- looking; of a light brown color, and rather a pensive countenance; generally speaks low, with her eyes cast down; no marks recollected, except a scab or two from a recent slight contusion on the face.--She had on, or with her, wrapped in an old pillowcase, one light blue check cotton frock, worn and faded; one pink and white speckled calico; one mouslin, white, with a blue flower or vine; one handsome berege, white and green, with three flounces; one pair new shoes, lined and bound; one white (brilliant) sun bonnet, corded; and several plain white linen collars. I presume that she will endeavor to make her way back to her father, in Charlottesville, and, with his assistance, back to the enemy's lines, (near