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Blackwater Creek (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 24
there were about 20,000 Yankees at Suffolk and between there and Norfolk. The rumor which has prevailed here for several days, that Suffolk was being evacuated, has no foundation in truth. Many of the large guns mounted while General Long street was in the vicinity have been removed, and fortifications are being thrown up at Bowers's Hill, eight miles above Portsmouth. This probably gave rise to the rumor. The Yankee pickets now extend only a few miles from Suffolk, in the direction of Blackwater, though the cavalry are frequently passing through the country surrounding. It says: Our informant was in Suffolk during the siege of General Longstreet, and represents the Yankees as being greatly alarmed. Had Longstreet attacked the place on the first day of his arrival, it could have been taken with little loss on our side. But after reinforcements arrived a determined resistance would have been made. All the citizens arrested here have been released except Richard Hozier, who
Suffolk, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 24
Affairs at Suffolk. --The Petersburg Express has some news direct from Suffolk. Four days ago there wereSuffolk. Four days ago there were about 20,000 Yankees at Suffolk and between there and Norfolk. The rumor which has prevailed here for severalSuffolk and between there and Norfolk. The rumor which has prevailed here for several days, that Suffolk was being evacuated, has no foundation in truth. Many of the large guns mounted while GeneSuffolk was being evacuated, has no foundation in truth. Many of the large guns mounted while General Long street was in the vicinity have been removed, and fortifications are being thrown up at Bowers's Hill,The Yankee pickets now extend only a few miles from Suffolk, in the direction of Blackwater, though the cavalryy surrounding. It says: Our informant was in Suffolk during the siege of General Longstreet, and represese unknown. Elisha Norfleet is still a prisoner in Suffolk, and sick in the hospital. The depredations has forces retired, and the whole country surrounding Suffolk is being desolated — scores of families driven out rned. All the records of the Clerk's office in Suffolk have been removed to Fortress Monroe. The presses
Fortress Monroe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 24
and outhouses; Richard Lawrence, George W Riddick, Thomas Briggs, George R Smith, Amos Stallings, Franklin Brothers, Benj D Smith's Jones place, Irajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H Eley, have been burned. The whole country is being ruined. Many families robbed of everything like clothing and provisions, whose houses have not been burned. All the records of the Clerk's office in Suffolk have been removed to Fortress Monroe. The presses and type of the Christian Sun office have also been carried off North recently.
Hardy Norfleet (search for this): article 24
ck, Mrs Gibbs, Elisha Everett, James E Riddick, H L Eppea's barn and outhouses; Richard Lawrence, George W Riddick, Thomas Briggs, George R Smith, Amos Stallings, Franklin Brothers, Benj D Smith's Jones place, Irajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, ANorfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H Eley, have been burned. The whole country is being ruined. Many families robbed of everything like clothing and provisions, whose houses have not been burned. All the records of the Clerk's office in Suffolk have been removed to Fortress Monroe. The presses and type of the Chr
Mary Pruden (search for this): article 24
rajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn anPruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H Eley, have been burned. The whole country is being ruined. Many families robbed of everything like clothing and provisions, whose houses have not been burned.Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H Eley, have been burned. The whole country is being ruined. Many families robbed of everything like clothing and provisions, whose houses have not been burned. All the records of the Clerk's office in Suffolk have been removed to Fortress Monroe. The presses and type of the Christian Sun office have also been carried off North recently.
still a prisoner in Suffolk, and sick in the hospital. The depredations have been much increased since Longstreet's forces retired, and the whole country surrounding Suffolk is being desolated — scores of families driven out from home without a change of clothes or a mouthful to eat. The following is a correct list of houses burned during and since the siege of Longstreet, viz: Elisha Norfleet's houses on his Hand place, Pugh place, and Rawls place; John R Kilby's Retreat farm; F H Rawls, James B Norfleet's Lassiter farm; Mills E Riddick, Mrs Gibbs, Elisha Everett, James E Riddick, H L Eppea's barn and outhouses; Richard Lawrence, George W Riddick, Thomas Briggs, George R Smith, Amos Stallings, Franklin Brothers, Benj D Smith's Jones place, Irajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden,
Irajia Langston (search for this): article 24
r a mouthful to eat. The following is a correct list of houses burned during and since the siege of Longstreet, viz: Elisha Norfleet's houses on his Hand place, Pugh place, and Rawls place; John R Kilby's Retreat farm; F H Rawls, James B Norfleet's Lassiter farm; Mills E Riddick, Mrs Gibbs, Elisha Everett, James E Riddick, H L Eppea's barn and outhouses; Richard Lawrence, George W Riddick, Thomas Briggs, George R Smith, Amos Stallings, Franklin Brothers, Benj D Smith's Jones place, Irajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H El
n and outhouses; Richard Lawrence, George W Riddick, Thomas Briggs, George R Smith, Amos Stallings, Franklin Brothers, Benj D Smith's Jones place, Irajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H Eley, have been burned. The whole country is being ruined. Many families robbed of everything like clothing and provisions, whose houses have not been burned. All the records of the Clerk's office in Suffolk have been removed to Fortress Monroe. The presses and type of the Christian Sun office have also been carried off North recently.
ring and since the siege of Longstreet, viz: Elisha Norfleet's houses on his Hand place, Pugh place, and Rawls place; John R Kilby's Retreat farm; F H Rawls, James B Norfleet's Lassiter farm; Mills E Riddick, Mrs Gibbs, Elisha Everett, James E Riddick, H L Eppea's barn and outhouses; Richard Lawrence, George W Riddick, Thomas Briggs, George R Smith, Amos Stallings, Franklin Brothers, Benj D Smith's Jones place, Irajia Langston, David P Wright, Hardy Norfleet, A J Raby, Mrs J W Cherry's barn, Daniel H Byrd, John D McClenny, James R Saunders's Parker place and his mill, N E Pruden, Nathaniel G Norfleet, Amos R Harrel, E J Pruden, Mrs Mary Pruden, Richard T Riddick's Keeling place, A W Turner, Sr, A W Turner, Jr, Samuel Eley, and the barn and out-houses of Jesse Fulghman. And further up toward the Blackwater the houses of John Simons, Joshua Simons, Jas M McClenny, Wm H Gay, John R Clements, and Walter H Eley, have been burned. The whole country is being ruined. Many families robbe
Richard Hozier (search for this): article 24
ion of Blackwater, though the cavalry are frequently passing through the country surrounding. It says: Our informant was in Suffolk during the siege of General Longstreet, and represents the Yankees as being greatly alarmed. Had Longstreet attacked the place on the first day of his arrival, it could have been taken with little loss on our side. But after reinforcements arrived a determined resistance would have been made. All the citizens arrested here have been released except Richard Hozier, who is still held for some cause unknown. Elisha Norfleet is still a prisoner in Suffolk, and sick in the hospital. The depredations have been much increased since Longstreet's forces retired, and the whole country surrounding Suffolk is being desolated — scores of families driven out from home without a change of clothes or a mouthful to eat. The following is a correct list of houses burned during and since the siege of Longstreet, viz: Elisha Norfleet's houses on his Hand p
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