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Eliza Frances Andrews, The war-time journal of a Georgia girl, 1864-1865, chapter 4 (search)
beauty of the country. The Joyner girls and Capt. Greenlaw were at the depot to meet us. Mr. Joyner has boan not to go with her. April 6, Thursday Capt. Greenlaw brought his flute and spent the morning. He is. . I took a long walk through the village with Capt. Greenlaw after dinner, and was charmed with the lovely gat is to become of them. April 7, Friday Capt. Greenlaw spent the day here and brought me the biggest bis talking about the gloomy aspect of affairs. Capt. Greenlaw spent the morning as usual, and the more I seexpect to leave for Macon on Monday, anyway. Capt. Greenlaw and Mr. Renaud called in the afternoon, but I wep, so none of us went downstairs to see them. Capt. Greenlaw came again in the evening, but he was either si and not a single male received the communion. Capt. Greenlaw went with me to the afternoon service while theseven. The Toombses met us at the depot, where Capt. Greenlaw, Mr. Renaud, and a number of others came to see
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 24. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.38 (search)
ling none entered more heartily than the Colonel himself. Accordingly, scouts were dispatched to ascertain the enemy's exact position, strength, disposition of sentinels, and also to search for boats sufficient to carry over several hundred troops. An application was at the same time forwarded to headquarters for permission to cross the river with 300 men. The scouts returned promptly, having ascertained that one cavalry regiment—the Eighth Pennsylvania—was on outpost duty, encamped at Greenlaw's, in King George, and picketing the river as far down as Layton's Ferry. One squadron, quartered at Leedstown, held the extreme left of their line. The scouts carefully noted the houses in which the men of this squadron slept, where their horses were picketed, and how their sentinels were posted at night. Only two boats—a large batteau and a skiff—could be secured, and these were duly provided with oars and concealed in a marshy creek, a mile or two above Leedstown, in readiness for us
using a seine boat belonging to Mr. Gouldman, the owner of the property at this place. The slaves belonged as fellows: 10 to estate of Robert. H. Montgomery, deceased; 8 to Mr. Gouldman; 4 to W. D. Watson; 5 to Fielding Lewis; all of Miss Mary Dishman's, number not known; one to T. L. Hunter; one belonging to Mr. Coleman. of this county, and hired to R. H. Hudson, King George O. H. The last man is said to be very valuable. It is also reported that several belonging to R. H. Turner and Dr. Greenlaw have gotten off. We further hear that the citizens attach great blame to the military authorities for this wholesale loss of property, and appeal most urgently and earnestly to the powers that be at Richmond to give that true-hearted but defenceless people some little measure of protection and some immunity from this whole sale deprivation of property. It is a little singular that so soon as Col. Arnold and his militia force retired that these outrages should be perpetrated. Good
Ranaway --twenty Dollars Reward.--Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for de 3--tf Greenlaw & Wicks.
The Daily Dispatch: December 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal reports from Southeastern Kentucky. (search)
Ranaway.--twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for de 3--tf Greenlaw & Wicka.
Ranaway. --twenty Dollars Reward.--Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry, formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for Greenlaw & Wicks. de 3--tf
Ranaway.--twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; Eighty bald; black color; had on drab coat and pass, and a straw hat. He is belonged to Michael has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jell, or I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for Greenlaw & Wicks. de 3--1f
Ranaway.--twenty Dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant a negro man named John Fisher. He is short 30 years old; slightly bald; black color, had indraft coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color, had drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to had Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me or placed in Jail, so I got him. N. M. Lee, Agent for Greenlaw & Wicks de 3--tf
Ranaway.--twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for de 3--tf Greenlaw & Wicks.
Ranaway.--twenty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 1st instant, a negro man named John Fisher. He is about 30 years old; slightly bald; black color; had on drab coat and pants, and a straw hat. He is from near Harper's Ferry; formerly belonged to Michael Tearney; has a wife in said neighborhood. I will give the above reward for his delivery to me, or placed in Jail, so I get him. N. M. Lee, Agent for de 3--tf Greenlaw & Wicks.
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