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t, volunteered as cooks. That night our tents were full, and we had the great satisfaction of not only affording shelter and attention to the wounded, but also supplying good nutritious food to those within our tents, and those who had taken refuge on the cars. While our tents were being raised, Mr. E. B. Fairchild rode down from the village to ascertain if there had been any arrivals by the train, and found us in the midst of our preparations. He reported the arrival of Dr. Bellows and Dr. Ag. new from Harrisburgh, the position of our fieldstation at the school-house, and the presence of Messrs. Johnson, Biddle, Edgerly, Hoag, Gall Paige, and Hovey, (relief agents,) at our storehouse in the town. The lodge established, I left it in change of Mr. O. C. Bullard, who was assisted by Mr. Murray and Mr. Barton, and the Germans from Washington, and reported to Dr. Bellows. The next day our store-house was given up to the Provost-Marshal, and another room on Baltimore street was b
For Hire --Five Drivers, two Dining-room men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister, No. 1; two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks, and Washers. For Rent--Two new Tenements, in rear of my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't, Marshall st., between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
For Hire --Five Drivers, two Dining-Room men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister, No. 1; two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks and Washers. For Rent--Two new Tenements, in rear of my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't, Marshall st., between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
For Hire --Five Drivers, two Dining-room men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister, No. 1; two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks and Washers. For Rent--Two new Tenements, in rear my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't Marshall st., between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
For Hire --Five Drivers, two Dining-room men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister, No.1; two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks and Washers. For Rent--Two new Ements, in rear my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond poration line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't Marshall st., between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
For hire --Five Drivers, two Dining-room Men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister, No. 1; two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks and Washers. For Rent--Two new Tenements, in rear my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't, Marshall st., between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
Yet for hire --Five likely Men, seven Boys, four Women, one Girl one Black Smith. for Rent--Two new Tenements, in of my office and three Houses below the Poor House Spring just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't, Marshall at between 7th and 6th ja 11--3t
The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Tribute from the Nicaraguan Republic to Commodore Paulding. (search)
For hire --Five Drivers, two Dining-Room Men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister. No. 1, two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks and Washers. For Rent--Two new Tenements, in rear of my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't, Marshall st. between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
For Hire --Five Drivers, two dining-room Men, nine Boys, five nice House Girls; one Twister, No. 1; two Farm Hands, three plain Cooks and Washers. For Rent--Two new Tenements, is rear of my office, and three Houses, below the Poor-House Spring, just beyond corporation line. G. W. H. Tyler, General Ag't, Marshall st, between 7th and 6th. ja 12--ts
Capt J G Wrigh; R O Linster co C 4th regiment; W Caldwe ; Capt Rhyne; Lieut J J Parker, 2d do; Capt J Andrews, 2d cavalry; R H Earhor; J H Houpe, 57th regiment; W H Jones, co G 1st do; R F Carpenter, co E, 4th do; R P Fennister, 4th do; Capt J F Speck 57th do; Lieut C N Craige, co I 3d do; Jonas Harim 4th do; David Shavel; J N Brotherton 4th do; st Brotherton, 4th do; Lieut R Riclok; Lieut W H McCrery, 4th do; R A Balley 49th do; J H Carr; M 1st do; Lieut Falls, 4th do; Capt. K, 4th do; Capt. Carter 4th do; W Huddle, co B, 57th do; Capt. Craige, 6th do; N B Brooks, 49th do; Rich Hailey 49th do; J W Geforth, co G, 49th do; R old, co I 33d do; Capt Atwell, 48th do; Capt. co B 48th do; W A Ellison, co A, 4th do; D Garnett, 46th do; Capt L C Latham. Officers in command of North Carolina troops in Virginia will please send messengers to this Depot to convey supplies belonging to them, and forward their signatures by mail to prevent fraud. O, F. Manson. Gen'l Ag't of N. C for Va.