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Mary Arnold (search for this): article 1
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.
William Ferguson (search for this): article 1
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.
John O'Brien (search for this): article 1
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.
S. P. Clopton (search for this): article 1
Fire. --The alarm of fire given at 2" o'clock yesterday was caused by the burning partially, if not wholly, of three wooden tenements on 1st, near St. Peter's street, owned by Mr. Wm Wade, and occupied respectively by Wm. Ferguson, of the City Watch; S. P. Clopton, of New Kent, and John O'Brien. The fire originated in the tenement used by the last named as a grocery. He saved the greater portion of his stock. The occupants of the two other tenements also succeeded in rescuing their furniture. An adjoining house, occupied by Mrs. Mary Arnold, was also slightly damaged.
The Yankee raid into Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Nov. 9. --Seventy-five Yankees came here to-day. They said that Stuart made a daring raid into Maryland Thursday, capturing 150 prisoners; that the Democrats have swept the North; that England and France have recognized the Confederacy, and that Lord Lyons is so instructed. The raid was most bold and daring.
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The Yankee raid into Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Nov. 9. --Seventy-five Yankees came here to-day. They said that Stuart made a daring raid into Maryland Thursday, capturing 150 prisoners; that the Democrats have swept the North; that England and France have recognized the Confederacy, and that Lord Lyons is so instructed. The raid was most bold and daring.
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The Yankee raid into Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Nov. 9. --Seventy-five Yankees came here to-day. They said that Stuart made a daring raid into Maryland Thursday, capturing 150 prisoners; that the Democrats have swept the North; that England and France have recognized the Confederacy, and that Lord Lyons is so instructed. The raid was most bold and daring.
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The Yankee raid into Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg, Nov. 9. --Seventy-five Yankees came here to-day. They said that Stuart made a daring raid into Maryland Thursday, capturing 150 prisoners; that the Democrats have swept the North; that England and France have recognized the Confederacy, and that Lord Lyons is so instructed. The raid was most bold and daring.
35 Negroes for Sale at public auction. --In pursuance of a decree of the Circuit Court of the county of Henrico, in the suit of Darracott a guardian against Darracott and others, the undersigned will offer for sale at public auction; to the highest bidder, for cash in currant the late residence of Mr. John Darracott, deed about one mile from the city of Richmond, on the Brook. Turnpike on the 14th day of the present month. (November,) at 11 o'clock, thirty-five Negroes belonging to Mr. Darracott's estate. Many of them slaves are young and very likely. Some of them are house servants and five of them good workers and three many are, I am interested, good cooks, and being sold for no fault, persons desiring of procuring servants for their own use will have a opportunity of doing so. no 4 Benj. Pollard Com'r. Sale conducted by Goddin & Apperson, Aucts.
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