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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1864., [Electronic resource], Monumental Cenotaph in Memoryop Gen. Stonewall Jackson. (search)
Notice. --One Dollars Reward — I offer the above reward for the delivery to me, or confinement in jail so that I get them again, of four negroes: William a black man about 55 to 60 years old, short and stout built. Mary, his wife, bright colored, and about 40 to 45 years old, and limps in walking. Shirley, their child about 6 or 7 years old, chubby faced, and be color of his mother. Also, Napoleon, about 55 years old, light colored, moves very snow. Or I will for either of them. T W Pajro Navy Yard, Rocketts, will identify any of the above, if caught and carried to Richmond. H T Pajro, Prince Edward county Va, Mr Post-Office is Prospect Bill my 21--ts
Sala, a correspondent of a London paper, says: There are few more curious subjects for speculation than that involved in the probable reception which would be met with by the political refugees whom the chances of this contest may force long, to seek an asylum in Great Britain. We have been, from time immemorial, accustomed to extend a frank hospitality to exits of every shade of creed and party. The dethroned tyrant and the escaped have been equally welcome. Louts Philippe or Louis Napoleon; Metternich or Mezzini; Kossuth or Jean de Bourbont Charles the Tenth or Clausidies; it is all one to us. We should be happy to harbor Souleque; we should be happy to see Juarez; and if His Hollness the Pope turned up some fine morning at Exeter Hall would leave its card upon him to strive to convert him. Abraham Lincoln in condon would be a lien, and Mr Beresford Hope, the Marquie of Bath, and Lord Robert Ceell would be proline of civilities to Jefferson Davis. But how would it be if