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The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Suffolk invested — Rumors about the operations there. (search)
Persecution of women. --Mrs. John James, of Baltimore, who rendered herself so obnoxious to the Lincoln authorities stationed in that city, by her devotion to the South, and the aid she rendered wounded and needy Confederate soldiers who happened to be brought to the Monumental city, arrived in Richmond on Wednesday. When the myrmidons of Lincoln had determined on getting rid of Mrs. James, an officer visited her on behalf of the United States Government and told her she could take her choice between a dungeon in Fort Lafayette or a visit to the South, where her sympathies laid. Having made her election she was allowed a very brief interval of prepaarper's Ferry. He refused to send one of his own men back, but insisted that all should return. The journey was thus made twice. The Yankee guards would not let Mrs. James have any conversation with anybody along the route, and at Winchester kept her in the guard house till an opportunity was offered to send her to our lines.
Election of a Bank President. --A general meeting or the stockholders of the Traders' Bank was held at their office, in this city, yesterday. Mr. John B. Davis (formerly of Davis &Hutcheson, Franklin street,) was elected President to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Hector Davis, the first President of the institution. The following gentlemen were unanimously elected Directors of the Bank, viz: John A, Helvin, Charles T. Wortham, James T Butler, George W Smith, Robert L. Dickinson, John M. West, Nathaniel M. Lee, and H. Stern.
The Daily Dispatch: April 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Suffolk invested — Rumors about the operations there. (search)
Notice. --The following Negro men left our Coal Mines, in Goochland county, a few days since, and we have reason to believe that they are making their way to Essex county, where they have lived: Dick: Low, stout, dark complexion, aged about 21 years. Robert: About 5 feet 8 inches high, jet black, small eye, rather delicate, about 20 years old. William: About 5 feet 4 inches high, jet black, small eye, slander, about 20 years old. James: About 5 feet 2 inches high, yellow complexion, a likely boy, about 17 years old. Solomon: 4 feet 10 inches high, yellow complexion, likely, about 15 years old. The negroes were hired by us from Mr. W. H. Dangerfield. We will pay a liberal reward for their apprehension and delivery to us at the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, or to any jail where we can recover them, or either of them. J. E. Anderson & co. ap 4--cod1w