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One hundred Dollars reward --For the apprehension of my negro boy Joe, who left the army, near Manassas, immediately after the last battle there, taking with him my Bay Horse and Mule. Joe is about 5 feet 7 inches high, black sprightly in manner, and quick and intelligent in his replies. He was seen about the 15th of September near Stevensville, 20 miles above Gordonsville, with the horse and mule in his possession, and said that he was trying to make his way to Richmond. I will pay the above reward for the delivery of the Negro, Horse, and Mule, or $50 for the apprehension and delivery of the Negro alone, and all expenses incurred. Geo. S. Foote, Surg. C. S. A. Address, Surgeon J. Chambliss, in charge of 2d division General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond. Va. oc 7--1m*
One hundred dollars reward --For the apprehension of my negro boy Joe, who left the army, near Manassas, immediately after the last battle there, taking with him my Bay Horse and Mule. Joe is about 5 feet 7 inches high, black, sprightly in manner, and quick and intelligent in his replies. He was seen about the 15th of September near Stevensville, 20 miles above Gordonsville, with the horse and mule in his possession, and said that he was trying to make his way to Richmond. I will pay the above reward for the delivery of the Negro, Horse, and Mule, or $50 for the apprehension and delivery of the Negro alone and all expenses incurred. Geo. S. Foote. Surg. C. S. A. Address. Surgeon J. Chambliss, in change of 2d division General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond, Va. oc 7--1m*
One hundred Dollars reward --For the apprehension of my negro boy Joe, who left the army, near Manassas, immediately after the last battle there, taking with him my Bay Horse and Mule. Joe is about 5 feet 7 inches high, black, sprightly in manner, and quick and intelligent in his replies. He was seen about the 15th of September near Stevensville, 20 miles above Gordonsville with the horse and mule in his possession, and said that he was trying to make his way to Richmond. I will pay the above reward for the delivery of the Negro, Horse, and Mule, or $50 for the apprehension and delivery of the Negro alone and all expenses incurred. Geo. S. Foote, Surg. C. S. A. Address, Surgeon J. Chambliss, in charge of 2d division General Hospital, Camp Winder, Richmond, Va. oc 7--1m*
The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], More of the raid — the division of Kilpatrick's command. (search)
"Glen-Birney," (Hix's farm,) Waller's battalion of local troops were engaged with Henley's battalion, and behaved very handsomely. The cavalry, under Maj. Wm. S. Wood, returned to the city Saturday night under the following complimentary order from Maj. Gen. Hampton: March 5th, 1864. Major Wood. Major: Move your command as seen as you are ready back to Richmond, and report to Gen. Elzey. The Chesterfield and 42d battalion will also return. I beg you to express to these troops my thanks for the promptness with which they moved to the front, and for the cheerfulness they have manifested in the discharge of their Yours very respectfully, Wade Hareson, Maj. Gen. Arrival of Dahlgren's body. Yesterday evening Lieut. Christian, of Co. H. 9th Va. Cavalry, with an escort, arrived in Richmond by the York River train, with the body of Col. Ulric Dahlgren, the leader of the Yankee, raiders, who was killed at Stevensville, King and Queen county, on Wednesday night.
By the Governor of Virginia. --A Proclamation.--Whereas, the Court House of the county of King and Queen has been destroyed by the public enemy, and for that reason the place of holding the said court has heretofore been required to be held at the house of Thomas Wyatt, near Pace's Chapel, in said county, and the court of said county having requested that for the greater convenience of the people the place may be again changed: Therefore. I, William Smith, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby require the justices composing the county court of said county, hereafter to hold its sessions at the town of Stevensville, in said county, until otherwise required by law. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the less seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this eighteenth day of May, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. Wm. Smith. By the Governor: Geo. W. Munford. Sec'y of the Commonwealth. my 19--e3t
By the Governor of Virginia. --A Proclamation.--Whereas, the Court House of the county of King and Queen has been destroyed by the public enemy, and for that reason the place of holding the said court has heretofore been required to be held at the house of Thomas Wyatt, near Pace's Chapel, in said county, and the court of said county having requested that for the greater convenience of the people the place may be again changed: Therefore, I, William Smith, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, do hereby require the justices composing the county court of said county, hereafter to hold its sessions at the town of Stevensville, in said county, until other wise required by law. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the loss seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this eighteenth day of May, 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth. Wm. Smith. By the Governor: Geo. W. Munford, Sec'y of the Commonwealth. my 19--3t
By the Governor of Virginia --A proclamation.--Whereas, the Court county of King and Queen has been the public enemy, and for that reason the holding the said court has heretofore been to be held at the house of Thomas Pace's Chapel, in said county, and the county having requested that for the gress of the people the place changed. Therefore, I, William Smith of the Commonwealth of Virginia, require the justices composing the county said county, hereafter to hold its session town of Stevensville, in said county, and wise required by law. Given under my hand of Government under the less seat of the Commonwealth at Richmond, this eighteenth day 1864, and in the 88th year of the Commonwealth Wm. Smith. By the Governor: Geo. W. Munford, Sec'y. of the Commonwealth. my 19--c3t
By the Governor of Virginia. --A Proclamation.--Whereas, the Court House of the county of King and Queen has been destroyed by the public enemy, and for that reason the place of holding the said court has heretofore been required to be held at the house of Thomas Wyatt, near Pace's Chapel, in said county, and the court of said county having requested that for the greater convenience of the people the place may be again changed: Therefore, I, William Smith, Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, 40 hereby require the justices composing the county court of said county, hereafter to hold its serious at the town of Stevensville, in said county, until otherwise required by law. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the less seal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, his eighteenth day of May, 1864, and in the 83rd year of the Commonwealth. Wm. Smith. By the Governor: Geo. W. Menford, Navy of the Commonwealth, my 19--e3t
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