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Francis J. Thomas (search for this): article 1
The manufacture of Cartridges, &c. --The preparations of all implements for the destruction of human life involves a certain degree of peril, which, however, is generally readily obviated by timely precautions, else they would not be made at all. We find that we were led by an over-cautions friend, a few days since, to perpetrate an injustice towards the Confederate officers having in charge the cartridge manufactory, located in Thomas' tobacco factory, near the banks of James River, east of the Petersburg Depot, On a visit thither, our informant thought he had discovered powder scattered on the floor, over which hundreds walked with iron nails in their shoes, rendering the liability great for a blow up at any moment. The fact stated by him was produced by annular delusion, He could not have seen that which is not allowed to exist. A visit to the building has convinced us that an explosion there is an impossibility, unless by spontaneous combustion, and that exigency no human f
Wanted. --to Hire — A slave, or free colored man, to go into camp near Williamsburg, to wait on an officer and attend to his horse. Apply at R.A. Mayo's Tobacco Factory, jy 12--2t* Corner of irv and 15th
$40 reward. --Run away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, quick in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I ran get them. jy 11--5t Sen. J. Williamson.
$40 reward. --Run away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, quick in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I ran get them. jy 11--5t Sen. J. Williamson.
Thomas H. Taylor (search for this): article 1
$40 reward. --Run away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, quick in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I ran get them. jy 11--5t Sen. J. Williamson.
J. Williamson (search for this): article 1
$40 reward. --Run away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, quick in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I ran get them. jy 11--5t Sen. J. Williamson.
uggest precious memories to patriot minds in this new Southern Confederacy; as it has suggested pious thoughts to the hearts of all saints since Jacob created and anointed his memorial pillar, and called it Bethel." Bethel--the very word so sweetly suggestive of God's presence and favor — how appropriate that the name should be associated with our first important conflict and victory. Bethel — where god gave hop to the desponding, confidence to the doubtful, strength to the weak, in the year 1861, as He did to His servant Jacob, more than 4,000 years before. Bethel — where the pious leader of our forces reiterated the very sentiment of the Patriarch, uttered forty centuries ago.--said Jacob: "surely the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not; and he called the name of that place Bethel." Said Col. Hill, in his official report from our New Bethel: "Our Heavenly Father has most wonderfully interposed to shield our heads in the day of battle. Unto His great name be all the praise for <
s new Southern Confederacy; as it has suggested pious thoughts to the hearts of all saints since Jacob created and anointed his memorial pillar, and called it Bethel." Bethel--the very word so sweetly suggestive of God's presence and favor — how appropriate that the name should be associated with our first important conflict and victory. Bethel — where god gave hop to the desponding, confidence to the doubtful, strength to the weak, in the year 1861, as He did to His servant Jacob, more than 4,000 years before. Bethel — where the pious leader of our forces reiterated the very sentiment of the Patriarch, uttered forty centuries ago.--said Jacob: "surely the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not; and he called the name of that place Bethel." Said Col. Hill, in his official report from our New Bethel: "Our Heavenly Father has most wonderfully interposed to shield our heads in the day of battle. Unto His great name be all the praise for our success. " In each place God was pres
oquent tract, written by Rev. J. Lansing Barrows, D. d. which is being published by the Baptist Colportage Board, of this city. It is founded on the text, "Surely the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not. And be called the name of that place Bethel." We give the opening paragraph : "Bethel--a name which will henceforth suggest precious memories to patriot minds in this new Southern Confederacy; as it has suggested pious thoughts to the hearts of all saints since Jacob created and anointed h4,000 years before. Bethel — where the pious leader of our forces reiterated the very sentiment of the Patriarch, uttered forty centuries ago.--said Jacob: "surely the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not; and he called the name of that place Bethel." Said Col. Hill, in his official report from our New Bethel: "Our Heavenly Father has most wonderfully interposed to shield our heads in the day of battle. Unto His great name be all the praise for our success. " In each place God was present.
J. Lansing Barrows (search for this): article 1
Bethel. --This is the title of a very eloquent tract, written by Rev. J. Lansing Barrows, D. d. which is being published by the Baptist Colportage Board, of this city. It is founded on the text, "Surely the Lord is in this place, and I knew it not. And be called the name of that place Bethel." We give the opening paragraph : "Bethel--a name which will henceforth suggest precious memories to patriot minds in this new Southern Confederacy; as it has suggested pious thoughts to the hearts of all saints since Jacob created and anointed his memorial pillar, and called it Bethel." Bethel--the very word so sweetly suggestive of God's presence and favor — how appropriate that the name should be associated with our first important conflict and victory. Bethel — where god gave hop to the desponding, confidence to the doubtful, strength to the weak, in the year 1861, as He did to His servant Jacob, more than 4,000 years before. Bethel — where the pious leader of our forces reiterated the <
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