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John Dobs (search for this): article 1
For Hire --A No. 1 Blacksmith. Also, one Striker by the week or balance of the year. Apply to John Dobs. Corner of 5th and Broad streets. AlsoߞFor rent, one Room, for a single gentlemen. Appply as above je 17--4t*
Headquarters Home Guard, Richmond, may 17, 1861. General Order No. 9. The Battalion will assemble at the City Hall on Wednesday, the 19th instant, at 6 o'clock P. M., with arms. By order of Col. Robertson. je 18--2½ A. Morris, Adj't.
Robertson (search for this): article 1
Headquarters Home Guard, Richmond, may 17, 1861. General Order No. 9. The Battalion will assemble at the City Hall on Wednesday, the 19th instant, at 6 o'clock P. M., with arms. By order of Col. Robertson. je 18--2½ A. Morris, Adj't.
May 17th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
Headquarters Home Guard, Richmond, may 17, 1861. General Order No. 9. The Battalion will assemble at the City Hall on Wednesday, the 19th instant, at 6 o'clock P. M., with arms. By order of Col. Robertson. je 18--2½ A. Morris, Adj't.
A. Morris (search for this): article 1
Headquarters Home Guard, Richmond, may 17, 1861. General Order No. 9. The Battalion will assemble at the City Hall on Wednesday, the 19th instant, at 6 o'clock P. M., with arms. By order of Col. Robertson. je 18--2½ A. Morris, Adj't.
820 reward. --Run away from my farm, near Trevillian's Depot, Louisa county, Va., on Sunday, 19th May, my man Sam. He is about 6 feet high, yellow complexion, thin vieage, bushy hair, very little beard. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me, or in some jail so that I can get him. Wm. A. Netherland. Trevilian's Depot, June 17, 1861. je 18--6t
June 17th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
820 reward. --Run away from my farm, near Trevillian's Depot, Louisa county, Va., on Sunday, 19th May, my man Sam. He is about 6 feet high, yellow complexion, thin vieage, bushy hair, very little beard. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me, or in some jail so that I can get him. Wm. A. Netherland. Trevilian's Depot, June 17, 1861. je 18--6t
William A. Netherland (search for this): article 1
820 reward. --Run away from my farm, near Trevillian's Depot, Louisa county, Va., on Sunday, 19th May, my man Sam. He is about 6 feet high, yellow complexion, thin vieage, bushy hair, very little beard. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me, or in some jail so that I can get him. Wm. A. Netherland. Trevilian's Depot, June 17, 1861. je 18--6t
Louisa (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
820 reward. --Run away from my farm, near Trevillian's Depot, Louisa county, Va., on Sunday, 19th May, my man Sam. He is about 6 feet high, yellow complexion, thin vieage, bushy hair, very little beard. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me, or in some jail so that I can get him. Wm. A. Netherland. Trevilian's Depot, June 17, 1861. je 18--6t
James Lyons (search for this): article 1
Habeas Corpus. --A writ of the above character was sued out before Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court, at 12 o'clock yesterday, at the relation of a man named Wm. R. Snow. The latter was sent to this city a few weeks since by order of Gen. Beauregard, from Manassas Junction, having been found in Prince William county, where en laid by the heels for his traitorous course of conduct. The application of Major Snow for a discharge, on the grounds of illegal detention, was heard by Judge Lyons, and time taken to consider of a decision in the premises. If Judge Lyons were to instal the "Major" as a member of the Chain-Gang, it would not exactly be law of conduct. The application of Major Snow for a discharge, on the grounds of illegal detention, was heard by Judge Lyons, and time taken to consider of a decision in the premises. If Judge Lyons were to instal the "Major" as a member of the Chain-Gang, it would not exactly be lawful, but it would be exactly right and just.
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