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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs in
Nashville, as described by a Yankee correspondent. (search)
Affairs in Nashville, as described by a Yankee correspondent. The following account of the situation of affairs in Nashville were furnished the New York Herald, from its correspondent at that place, under date of the 25th instant: In Nashville, the almost universal sentiment among the residents is that the rebel army will return. They continually act upon this idea, and reports are hourly circulated of this and that advantage gained by the rebels over the Union men. With characteristic vigor, Governor Johnson has determined to stop the spread of false information coming through rebel channels, and arrests have in consequence been made of prominent personages here and in the vicinity. Instead of allaying public excitement, these arrests seem only to augment it. The rebels do not speak openly, but their murmurs are heard wherever they think the are without chance of detection of espionage. The Union men say but little, and that, with but few exceptions, at only a half brea
The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1862., [Electronic resource], Bank notes. (search)
$50 reward. --Ranaway on the night of Sunday last, the 25th inst., five negroes, engaged in cutting wood in Chesterfield county for the Virginia Iron Manufacturing Company. Charte, is about thirty-five years of age, about five feet seven inches high and of a gingerbread color. Archer. is about thirty years of age, about six feet high, very black, thick lips, and the has a very feminine voice. Jacob. is about twenty-eight years of age, five feet six inches high, yellow, and quite stout. William, is twenty-five years of age, nearly six feet high, black, speaks in a low tone. Walker is forty-five years old six feet high, of a ginger bread color, to stoop while walking. A reward of ten dollars apiece will be paid for each one of the above, if deliver either to Mr. J. D. Gardnor, at Friend's farm, in Chesterfield county, or to Mr. P. O'Nell, at the Westnum Iron Works, Lock, No. 3. J. P. & K. Thos. H. Wynne, my ts — 1w Pres't and Agent V. I. M. Co