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J. T. Bowen (search for this): article 2
Police matters. --At the Police Court, yesterday, Sarah, slave of J. T. Bowen, was sent on to answer the charge of stealing a gold ring, worth $30.--Milly, a negro woman, employed by Miss Mary Thompson, was charged wish stealing three dresses from her mistress and a get of Jewelry, She, too, was sent on for trial.
August 24th (search for this): article 2
From Mississippi and Arkansas. Jackson. Aug. 24 --Several gunboats were ascending the Yazon river this morning, probably on a pillaging expedition. Thirty negroes who had been stolen from Louisiana planters, near Millikin's Bend, have returned, each bringing a horse or male. Gen. Tlighman is here on his way to Vicksburg to receive the exchanged prisoners.
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): article 2
From Mississippi and Arkansas. Jackson. Aug. 24 --Several gunboats were ascending the Yazon river this morning, probably on a pillaging expedition. Thirty negroes who had been stolen from Louisiana planters, near Millikin's Bend, have returned, each bringing a horse or male. Gen. Tlighman is here on his way to Vicksburg to receive the exchanged prisoners.
Arkansas (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
From Mississippi and Arkansas. Jackson. Aug. 24 --Several gunboats were ascending the Yazon river this morning, probably on a pillaging expedition. Thirty negroes who had been stolen from Louisiana planters, near Millikin's Bend, have returned, each bringing a horse or male. Gen. Tlighman is here on his way to Vicksburg to receive the exchanged prisoners.
McClellan (search for this): article 2
Punch's account of the "Change of Base." A copy of the London Punch, lately received, contains the following veritable account of McClellan's grand strategic movement: Punch's Office, No. 85 Fleet st., July 26, 1862. Latest American Dispatch — By Hersemarine Telegraph. Camp Chickabiddy Chokee, Monday afternoon--The Federal troops have won another splendid victory. Seeing that the rebels were approaching in great force at 6 A. M. this morning, 1 issued my directions for a general advance, an order which our brave fellows were prompt to carry out. The advance was made in the identical direction as that in which the rebel army were proceeding, and was achieved, I need not say, with the most complete success. Astonishing to say, the whole of our front line escaped without a hurt, and, with the exception of a few slight wounds and bruises in the rear, I really have no casualties worth mention to report. A good deal of our baggage and some few hundred stand of arm
July 26th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 2
Punch's account of the "Change of Base." A copy of the London Punch, lately received, contains the following veritable account of McClellan's grand strategic movement: Punch's Office, No. 85 Fleet st., July 26, 1862. Latest American Dispatch — By Hersemarine Telegraph. Camp Chickabiddy Chokee, Monday afternoon--The Federal troops have won another splendid victory. Seeing that the rebels were approaching in great force at 6 A. M. this morning, 1 issued my directions for a general advance, an order which our brave fellows were prompt to carry out. The advance was made in the identical direction as that in which the rebel army were proceeding, and was achieved, I need not say, with the most complete success. Astonishing to say, the whole of our front line escaped without a hurt, and, with the exception of a few slight wounds and bruises in the rear, I really have no casualties worth mention to report. A good deal of our baggage and some few hundred stand of arms
plendid victory. Seeing that the rebels were approaching in great force at 6 A. M. this morning, 1 issued my directions for a general advance, an order which our brave fellows were prompt to carry out. The advance was made in the identical direction as that in which the rebel army were proceeding, and was achieved, I need not say, with the most complete success. Astonishing to say, the whole of our front line escaped without a hurt, and, with the exception of a few slight wounds and bruises in the rear, I really have no casualties worth mention to report. A good deal of our baggage and some few hundred stand of arms we left upon the field for a strategic purpose, and we like wise abandoned about a score of field pieces, which were found to impede the rapid movement of our troops. My next dispatch will probably be dated from Richmond, which I intend to sack at half past 5 o'clock precisely on Saturday morning next. Bunkum, Gen'l Com'g. To the Secretary of War, Washington.
August 25th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 2
Ranaway--$50 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on Thursday last, my negro boy Henry, aged about 24 years; black; about 5 feet 3 inches high; weighs about 135 pounds; with rather bushy head of hair, and quick spoken when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension, if secured so I get him. S. Hellstern. Richmond, Aug. 25, 1862. au 26--6t*
S. Hellstern (search for this): article 2
Ranaway--$50 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on Thursday last, my negro boy Henry, aged about 24 years; black; about 5 feet 3 inches high; weighs about 135 pounds; with rather bushy head of hair, and quick spoken when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension, if secured so I get him. S. Hellstern. Richmond, Aug. 25, 1862. au 26--6t*
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
From the Northwest. Advices from Staunton furnish us the intelligence that some five hundred refugees from Northwestern Virginia have arrived in that town within the past week. They are principally from Barbour and Randolph counties, and representatives of the loyal portion of the population of that region. They state that those who have heretofore been loud in their professions of devotion to the old Union are now availing themselves of every opportunity to dodge the draft which has been ordered in the Pierpoint realms Many of them would gladly become converts to Southernism but that they fear their guilt is too well known to admit of an easy pardon.
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