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The Daily Dispatch: May 1, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ouse amendments to the bill to provide and organize a general staff for armise in the field were concurred in. The following House bills were passed without amendment: A bill to establish a Provisional Navy — ayes 14, ness 4. A bill to provide for the appointment of military storekeepers. Bills in relation to the Congressional elections in Tennessee and Louisiana. The Senate took a recess until 7 o' clock P. M. In the House joint resolutions of thanks to Maj. J T. Brent and the officers and men under his command, for gallant conduct to capturing the Federal gunboat Indianola, was passed. Also, joint resolution of thanks to Maj. Oscar M. Walk and command, for the signal victory over the naval forces of the United States at Subine Pass, resulting in the dispersing of the enemy's fleet and the capture of two gunboats. Also, joint resolution of thanks to Gen. G. T. Beauregard and command, for the signal repulse of the enemy's iron-clad fleet before
Runaway. --On the 19th of April, 1863, from my farm, in Henrico county, near Deep Run Church, two negro men, named Hector and Griffin. Griffin is fifty years old, dark complexion, 5 feet 8 inches high, was bought from Mr. H. M. Falurkes, new Winterpeek deal Pits, where he has a wife. Hector is light complected, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, was the property of Col Drent, and was sold to Mr. Eliott, of Richmond. The said negro has a wife at Col Brent's, and was purchased by W. W. Morion, of Bernice county. I will give $50 reward if taken in the State, or $100 if taken out, for their delivery to me, or to Wm. Ready at No. 220 Main st, or lodged in jail where I can get them. W. W. Morien, Henrico-county sp 21--6t*