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Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Hampshire County (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Pendleton (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Wheeling, W. Va. (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Joseph S. Wheat (search for this): article 10
ght off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virg Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Aaron Bechtol (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Thomas M. Shrives (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Virginians (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
Robert Flas (search for this): article 10
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
A "Union Leaguer" Gobbled up. --On the 16th inst. Maj. O'Ferrall, with about thirty Confederate cavalrymen, dashed into Bath, Mergan county, Va., and brought off as prisoners the following members of a "Union League" in session there. Aaron Bechtol, who has been representing the district composed of Morgan, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties in the new State Legislature at Wheeling; Jos. S. Wheat, member of the House of Delegates from Morgan county in same Legislature; Robert Flas, Commonwealth's Attorney for Morgan county, formerly a county Judge in Missouri; Thos. M. Shrives, laborer, and two members of the 13th Lincoln Western Virginia infantry, names not given nor material.--Bechtol and Wheat are native born Virginians, and Flan is an original New Yorker. These prisoners have come on to swell the number at Richmond.--They conversed very freely, and expressed their gratification being so kindly treated by our people.
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