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Cold weather. --At Fort Shelling, Minnesotans, the army register thermometer, on a high bluff, marked fifty degrees below zero on the 3d ult.; a point only reached twice since 1821,
By the Governor of Virginia. --A Proclamation — The General Assembly of Virginia having, on the 20th instant, passed an act amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863, entitled --An act to authorize the arrest of deserters by the civil authorities, and having directed the same to be published by proclamation of the Governor, Therefore, I, William Smith Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby proclaim that the annexed is a true copy of the act aforesaid and all officers affected by its provisions are required promptly and efficiently to execute the same, and the people generally are called upon to render willing obedience to its provisions. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 21st day of January, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. William Smith. By the Governor: George W Munford, Secretary of the Commonwealth. an act, amendatory of the act passed October 27, 1863. entitled
The funeral of Thackeray. --On the 20th ult. the remains of Thackeray were interred in Kense', Green Cemetery, near London. A London paper thus describes the funeral obsequies of this brilliant writer: There was but one mourning coach, and in this and the succeeding carriage, which was the private one of the deceased, were created the Rev. F. St John Thackeray and Mr. James Rodd, cousins of the deceased; Captain Shaw, his brother-in law, and the Hon. R. Curzon. The remaining carriages were those of Mr. Martin Thackeray, Gen. Low, Lord Gardiner, Sir W. Frazer, Hon R Curzon, Earl Granville, Mr. Macan by, Q. C., Sir James Colville, and Messrs. Bradbury and Evans. The funeral service was read by the chaplain of the cemetery, the Rev. Chas. Stewart. When the coffin was placed in the little chapel of the burial ground a strong desire was manifested by nearly every one to enter the building, but the space inside was soon occupied as far as it could be conveniently, and the
Burned to death. --In Ware county, Ga., on the night of the 23d ult., a negro entered the house of a lady where there were no males, and violated her person. He was recognized, and the next day pursued by dogs and caught. He was condemned by a jury of citizens to be burned to death, and the sentence was immediately carried into execution.
January 1st (search for this): article 11
500 dollars reward --Will be paid for the delivery to me or securing so that I can get them, two negro men belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Hines Adam, 6 feet high very black with thick lips, left on the crening of the first of January. Peter, 5 feet 8 inches high, brown skin, thick lips, with some impediment in his speech, left Monday, the 14th of January. It is supposed that both are making for the lines of the enemy. $250 for the recovery of either one will be given. Charles Bruce. of 17th st. ja 21--10t*
January 14th (search for this): article 11
500 dollars reward --Will be paid for the delivery to me or securing so that I can get them, two negro men belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Hines Adam, 6 feet high very black with thick lips, left on the crening of the first of January. Peter, 5 feet 8 inches high, brown skin, thick lips, with some impediment in his speech, left Monday, the 14th of January. It is supposed that both are making for the lines of the enemy. $250 for the recovery of either one will be given. Charles Bruce. of 17th st. ja 21--10t*
January 24th (search for this): article 11
Invasion of North Georgia and Western North Carolina --Barbarity of the Invaders and Tories.--a correspondent of the Atlanta Register, writing from Walhalla, South Carolina, Jan. 24th, says: This point is the western terminus of the Columbia and Anderson Railroad, and verges upon the confines of North Georgia and West North Carolina. I presume you have heard of the recent invasion of Western North Carolina and a small portion of Towns county, Ga., by a column of Yankee cavalry 1,500 in number. They came from East Tennessee and entered North Carolina through the county of Cherokee. They were stopped by the want of subsistence for themselves and nurses, and the frequent assaults upon them in their forages by the Carolina Home Guards, and a portion of the indian forces of Thomas's Legion, then scouring the mountains in quest of bush whackers. In their invasion and retreat, as usual, they pillaged indiscriminately, and carried off with them many negroes, horses, cattle
January 25th (search for this): article 9
200 dollars reward. --Ranaway from Lee & Bowman's jail, Franklin st, on the 25th of January, a negro man named Armistead. He is about 35 years old, black complexion, black board and moustache, one of his little fingers is stiff. He was raised in Alleghany county. Va, at the Sweet Springs; when he left he had on home made Jeans clothing; wore one boot and one shoe. The above reward will be paid for his recovery. W A Hoppe. ja 30--6t*
January 28th (search for this): article 5
300 dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension and delivery so me of my boy Austin, who absconded from the residence of B W Hoxal, Esq. of this city, on the night of the 28th of January. He is 20 years old, bright mulatto, spare built, height 5 feet 8 or 9 inches. John H. Claiborne, Commissary Depot, Dock and 17th sts. fe 2--3t
January 30th (search for this): article 2
300 dollars reward --Ran away on Saturday the 30th January, my negro man, named Colston. He is about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, stout built, not very dark complected, good countenance. I will give the above reward if delivered to me, or $200 if confined in any part of the State so I may be able to get him. Andrew Pizzini, Broad street fe 2--1w*
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