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100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
October 5th (search for this): article 1
100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
John Howard (search for this): article 1
100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
Martha Hobson (search for this): article 1
100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
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100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w 100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
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100 dollars reward. --Ran away from Howard's Neck, Goochland co, Va, on the 5th of October, my negro man, Nelson, Said negro is about 5 feet 10 inches high, rather thin, light gingerbread color, slow in action and speech; small features, and one eye slightly bloodshot. The above reward will be paid if delivered at Goochland C H, or in jail in Richmond. He was originally from Louisa co. Jno D Hobson. oc 8--2w
gain escorted to their carriages, and the vast assemblage dispersed. Gen. Gillmore and Admiral Dahlgren. In the Morris Island correspondence of the New York Times we find the following relative to the rumor about unfriendly feelings existing between Gen. Gillmore and Admiral Dahlgren: An impression having gained considerable ground in the North to the effect that Gen. Gillmore and AAdmiral Dahlgren are, and have been, at variance in regard to the matter of prosecuting military operations before Charleston, it may be well to state on the best authority that no foundation exists foer, Gen. Gillmore maintaining that the fort was practically and effectually silenced, while Admiral Dahlgren entertained a suspicion that the structure contained guns in working order on the channel she parties expressed their views in terms plain but free from all animosity. By request of Admiral Dahlgren, Gen. Gillmore ordered that the land batteries should be again turned on Sumter, the firing
again escorted to their carriages, and the vast assemblage dispersed. Gen. Gillmore and Admiral Dahlgren. In the Morris Island correspondence of the New Yo following relative to the rumor about unfriendly feelings existing between Gen. Gillmore and Admiral Dahlgren: An impression having gained considerable ground in the North to the effect that Gen. Gillmore and Admiral Dahlgren are, and have been, at variance in regard to the matter of prosecuting military operations beforeis Island and the reduction of Fort Sumter ended the programme laid out for Gen. Gillmore, is freely admitted by all concerned. A correspondence passed some tie ago between the two commanders relative to the exact condition of Sumter, Gen. Gillmore maintaining that the fort was practically and effectually silenced, while An terms plain but free from all animosity. By request of Admiral Dahlgren, Gen. Gillmore ordered that the land batteries should be again turned on Sumter, the firin
er in the attitude of reaching him a crash towe] to wipe away his tears. [Loud laughter and applause.] The late Raid on vessels on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Capt. Townsend, of the schooner David C. Foster, which arrived at New York on Thursday, gives the following account of the capture of vessels in Wachapreague Inlet, on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, a few days since: A party of rebels--twenty-five in number — acting on information furnished them, as is supposed, by a Mr. Cobb, of Sands Shoal, made a sudden attack upon several small vessels lying for the night in Wachapreague Inlet, on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, capturing five of them. These were the schooners Ireland, Davis, John J. Houseman, the Alexander, and the Government schooner Alliance, the latter loaded with supplies to the value of $30,000. The raiders pulled into Hogg's Island, but were prevented from landing there as it was occupied by Union troops. There were several fishermen's boat around,
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