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Whipped. --Edward, the property of R. P. Archer, was ordered a whipping yesterday by the Mayor, for trespassing upon the premises of Daniel Y. Bowen.
Office Quartermaster, Bacon's Quarter Branch, Oct. 9, 1863 A reward of $20 will be paid for the apprehension of a boy named Charles, hired from W T Snead, who ran away from the C.S Lot about the middle of August. The said boy is lurking about the city. He is 18 or 20 years old, gingerbread color, about 5 feet high, stammers when spoken to, and has the general appearance of stupidity. R. P. Archer, Major and Quartermaster. oc 10--ts
, but not being prepared to report the Chair proceeded to call the Conference roll by districts, when each presiding elder reported upon the condition of his district, and the character of each minister within his bounds. When the name of the Rev. Mr. Archer, of the Mecklenburg circuit, was called, his presiding elder, Rev. Nelson Head, rose and stated that in the early part of the year Bro. Archer came under a serious charge, deeply affecting his character for morality. He had been tried by Archer came under a serious charge, deeply affecting his character for morality. He had been tried by a civil court and acquitted, and by a committee of the Church, which also acquitted him. He had not been laboring on his circuit since April last. His case was laid over until such time as he shall be present. On motion of Rev. P. Whitehead, Rev. Messrs. Doggett and Langhorne were appointed a Committee on Missions. The following preachers in the local relation were elected to deacons' orders, viz: Jas. R. Griffith, Robert Hardie, Jr., John A Jefferson, Charles Collett, Wm. Bartlow, Ge
Mayor's Court. --His Honor had quite an array of colored subjects before him yesterday, to answer for trivial offences with which they were charged: Charles and Thomas, slaves to R. P. Archer, for stealing empty bags from the C. S. Government, were ordered to be punished. John Travis was heard for threatening violence to Mrs. Ann Shea, and then discharged. Philip Lambert, charged with being a deserter, was turned over to an officer of his company. The Mayor enjoins his night police to strict, untiring vigilance when on duty, to protect the people from burglars and garroters. If they are not more successful, he threatens to apply to the Council to have the force dismissed, and let the people become their own protectors.
100 dollars reward. --A negro man named John Washington, impressed of me by Maj. R. P. Archer, Quartermaster at Bacon Quarter Branch, for the Government shops, has absented himself since Saturday evening last, and I have reason to believe is making his way to the enemy's line in company with his wife, Elizabeth, (slave of Dr. B. Burwell, of this city,) who, I understand, left her master on Sunday last in company with him.--He is owned by Mr. L. H. Ingram, of Northumberland county; he is a way to the enemy's line in company with his wife, Elizabeth, (slave of Dr. B. Burwell, of this city,) who, I understand, left her master on Sunday last in company with him.--He is owned by Mr. L. H. Ingram, of Northumberland county; he is about 35 years of age, of black complexion, about 5 feet 10 inches in height, stout and well made, and wears a full head of hair. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me or to Maj. Archer. Thos. J. Bagby, Agent, No. 8 Wall street. fe 6--1t
Ran away. --From the subscriber, about the last of June, a negro boy Sam. He rode away to medium sized iron gray mare, branded C. S. Sam is about 14 years old, spare built, ginger bread color, and has a down-cast expression when spoken to. A liberal reward will be paid for the apprehension of both or either negro or horse. Sam is the property of Mrs. Macon, and is to be with the army. R. P. Archer, Major and Q. M. jy 14--10t
Ran away --From the subscriber, about the last of June, a negro boy Sam. He rede away a medium sized iron gray mare, branded C. S. Sam is about 14 years old, spare built, ginger-bread color, and has a down-cast expression when spoken to. A liberal reward will be paid for the apprehension of both or either negro or horse. Sam is the property of Mrs. Macon, and is supposed to be with the army. R. P. Archer. Major and Q. M. Jy 14--10t
Ran away. --From the subscriber, about the last of June, a negro boy Sam. He rode away a medium sized iron gray mere, branded C. S. Sam is about 14 years old, spare built, ginger-broad color, and has a down best expression when spoken to. A liberal reward will be paid for the apprehension of both of either negro or horse. Sam is the property of Mrs. Macon, and is supposed to be with the army. R. P. Archer. Major and Q. M. jy 14--10t
Ran away --From the subscriber, about the last of June, a negro boy Sam. He rode away a medium sized Iron gray mare, branded C S. Sam is about 14 years old, spare built, ginger bread color, and has a down cast expression when spokes to. A liberal reward will be paid for the apprehension of both or either negro or horse. Sam is the property of Mrs. Macon, and is supposed to be with the army. R. P. Archer, Major and Q M. jy 14--10t
Ran away --From the subscriber, about the last of June, a negro boy Sam. He rode away a medium- sized iron gray mare, branded C. S. Sam is about 14 years old, spare built, ginger-bread color, and has a down-cast expression when spoken to. A liberal reward will be paid for the apprehension of both or either negro or horse. Sam is the property of Mrs. Macon, and is supposed to be with the army. R. P. Archer, Major and Q. M. jy 14--10t
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