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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), The Roll of Company
forty-ninth Virginia Infantry. (search)
A working men's meeting in Alexandria, Va., Monday night, broke up in a row, with cheers for the Union and groans for South Carolina. The sum of $500 has been subscribed in Monroe county, Va., to arm the military. Col. Braxton Bragg, of a "little more grape" celebrity, and Capt. J. K. Duncan and J. M. Taylor have been selected by the Governor of Louisiana as his aids-de-camp. The Louisiana Legislature has instructed its delegates in Congress to retire. The theatrical corps at the Varieties theatre, in New Orleans, has formed itself into a military company. Jno. E. Owens is Captain; George Jordan, 1st Lieutenant; and Mark Smith, 2d Lieutenant. A. H. Davenport is 21 Sergeant. M'lle. Frances is the vivandiere of the Company. Joel E. Matthews, of Dallas county, Ala., has offered the services of 200 negroes to the Governor of Alabama. In addition to this, the same gentleman deposited in the Bank of Mobile on the 23d of January, $15,000 to the credit of Al
The Daily Dispatch: January 31, 1862., [Electronic resource], Highway robbery. (search)
Highway robbery. --Alderman Taylor yesterday issued a warrant against M. Welsh, at the instance of James Matheny, a soldier, who charges him with robbing him on Wednesday, January 29th, at the corner of Cary and Pearl streets, of a pocket-book containing four $20 Confederate Treasury notes of the value of eighty dollars. The robbery is alleged to have been committed on the evening of the day named. Up to a late hour yesterday evening the police had not succeeded in apprehending the offender.
The Daily Dispatch: January 31, 1862., [Electronic resource], Late Southern intelligence. (search)
Aid to the 35th Va. Regiment. In addition to the amounts heretofore acknowledged subscribed in behalf of this regiment, whose homes are now in the hands of the enemy, the following additional sums have been received by Mr. J. L. Reeve, the Treasurer of the fund, at Messrs. Yancey & Harrison's. The total amount received up to this time is $1,445.82: Jas. Thomas, Jr., $10; Eliott & Drewry, $35; C. T. Worthem & Co., $10; J. M. Taylor & Son, $10; I. & G. B. Davenport, $10; C. W. Purcell, $10; Nicholas Mills, $15; Mrs. Bettle C. Jones, $2; N. A. Thompson, $2; Cash, $5; R. T. Hubard, Jr., $17; Cash, $10.
The Daily Dispatch: February 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], New Railroad. (search)
High Price for real estate. --We understand that Messrs. J. M. Taylor & Son, real rstate auctioneers, sold, on Wednesday last, several lots of vacant real estate on Franklin street, between 7th and 8th steeets, at the high price of $143 per front foot. They were on the north side of the street, and of the kind called "shallow," running back only 110 feet. They were also "inside" lots. The above sale will give the reader some idea of the estimate now placed on the description of property alluded to. No doubt the rise is owing to the fact that the stagnation in business has caused an immense accumulation of money in Richmond, which, according to the rules governing trade, must seek an outlet somewhere. There is a great deal of real estate now in market, but "figures, " whether at private sale or public vendue, are always "good," such is the demand.
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1863., [Electronic resource], Government
ures in Lynchburg (search)
For hire --I have for hire a Servant man, who is everyday qualified to attend to office work. Nestor H. Forbes, at J. M. Taylor & Son's. ja 14--1t*