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Mr. George M. Brewer, of Mobile, has given a hundred cords of wood for the use of the garrison at Fort Morgan, and proffered the services of twenty negro men as laborers on the works. Sudden Death Of A Clergyman.--The Rev. J. T. Woodbury, of Milford, Mass., died very suddenly Wednesday morning, probably in an apoplectic fit. He was brother of the late Hon. Levi Woodbury. A son of Capt. James R. Fleet, of King & Queen county, Va., accidentally shot himself in the right arm while hunting, a few days ago. Amputation was rendered necessary. The stable at Farley Vale, King George co., Va., belonging to S. W. Corbin, was destroyed by fire recently. Loss about $2,000--partly insured. The last County Court of Northampton Va., issued bonds to the amount of $5,000 to arm the people for resistance to Northern invasion. A man named James Ibson, on board a vessel at Fredericksburg, Va., fell against a stove on Wednesday night, and was burned to death. Rev. Dr.
Corned Beef. --Jordan Fox, a free negro, and James, slave of F. T. Hundley, were awarded suitable punishment yesterday, by the Mayor, for stealing a quantity of corned beef from F. R. Farline.
knowing that you possess the qualifications requisite to represent the true interests of Virginia in the State Convention about to be held, we earnestly request you to allow your name to be presented to the voters of the city as one of their delegates to said Convention. Very respectfully,your friends and fellow-citizens. Geo. W. Hobson, R. H. Meade, Hubert P. Lefebvre, W. Willis, T. Roberts Baker, V. H. Claiborne, A. M. Bailey, Wm. G. Williams, Th. Pollard, M. D., Jos. S. James, E. S. Taliaferro, P. A. Wellford, Chas. A. Rose, Thos. R. Price, R. P. Richardson, Ed. C. Drew, Maxwell T. Clarke, Walter K. Martin, B. E. Meade, Lewis H. Blair, Samuel J. Harrison, P. T. Moore, J. H. Claiborne, Wm. P. Paimer, M. B. E. B. Mende, Jno. P. Little. M. D, Geo. W. Jones, A. Morris, Loraine F. Jones, J. P. Duval, E. Payson Reeve. W. L. Baker, N. P. Sheppard, James Walsh, J. H. Munford, R. M. Nimmo, J. H. Blair, W. O. Har
we earnestly request you to allow your name to be presented to the voters of the city as one of their delegates to said Convention. Very respectfully,Your friends and fellow-citizens, Geo. W. Hobson, Samuel J. Harrison, R. H. Meade, P. T. Moore, Hubert P. Lefebvre, J. H. Claiborne, W. Willis, Wm. P. Palmer, M. D., T. Roberts Baker, E. B. Meade, V. H. Claiborne, Jno. P. Little, M. D., A. M. Bailey, Geo. W. Jones, Wm. G. Williams, A. Morris, Th. Pollard, M. D., Loraine F. Jones, Jos. S. James, J. P. Duval, E. S. Taliaferro, E. Payson Reeve, P. A. Wellford, W. L. Baker, Chas. A. Rose, N. P. Sheppard, Thos. R. Price, James Walsh, R. P. Richardson, J. H. Munford, Ed. C. Drew, R. M. Nimmo, Maxwell T. Clarke, J. H. Blair, Walter K. Martin, W. O. Harvie, B. E. Meade, F. J. Sampson, Lewis H. Blair, W. G. Pollard. Richmond, Jan. 16, 1861. Richmond Jan. 16th, 1861. To Messrs. George W. Hobson, Samuel J. Harrison, R. H. Meade, P. T. Moore, and others. Gentlemen:
Henrico County.--Messrs. Jos. C. Burton, Garland Hanes, James T. Redd.-- Gentlemen: I have received a communication, signed by yourselves and one hundred and seventy-eight other citizens of Henrico county, calling upon me "as one who will truly represent the sentiments of a majority of the people of Henrico," to allow you to use my name as a candidate for Henrico for the Convention. Whilst I have no ambition to be a member of the Convention, I do not feel that I have the right to refuse to comply with a request, made under such circumstances. I therefore consent to your making such use of my name as you may deem proper. I am one of those who are most hopeful of the honorable and final settlement of the questions that now distract the country. Should you elect me, I will devote myself to the earnest effort to secure all our rights as Virginians and as Southern men, and to the preservation of the Union. I would proceed with prudence and deliberation; i
Notice. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Dayton, Marengo county, Ala., my dining-room servant, James, sometimes calling himself James Clarke, a bright mulatto, about twenty-five years of age, slightly bowlegged; was raised in Richmond, Va., by a Mr. Totty. His parents still live there.--James was in the army last summer at Winchester. A reasonable reward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him again. my 10--1m* Edward Baptist. Notice. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Dayton, Marengo county, Ala., my dining-room servant, James, sometimes calling himself James Clarke, a bright mulatto, about twenty-five years of age, slightly bowlegged; was raised in Richmond, Va., by a Mr. Totty. His parents still live there.--James was in the army last summer at Winchester. A reasonable reward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him again. my 10--1m* Edward Baptist.
The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties of the 23d meet. (search)
List of casualties of the 23d meet. Lieut-Col. W. P. Barclay, commanding. and Staff — Killed Adj't Company A, Capt W J Bottom, commanding.--Killed: Sergt Jas Alexander, Privates John B Keen and J L Compton. Wounded Privates A J Copeland, J L Compton, and W M Dunn. Jno Copeland is missing, and he supposed since to have died. Aggregate, 6. Company B, Capt James H Hugg us, commanding — Killed: None, Wounded Corp'l W J Ingram, in hand; Privates A C King, slightly; Jno Queen, slightly; B R Freeman, slightly; H L McBee, slightly; L B Byers, slightly; slightly. Aggregate, 7. Company C, Capt M R Ballanger, commanding.--Killed: Privates J M Martin, F M Brown, and Meredy Ro son Wounded; B A Adkins, severely; John R McClain, left thigh broken; Wm Akin, severely J N L Johnson, slightly; L W Patman, slightly. Aggregate, 8. Company D, Capt J commanding. Killed: Corp'l J Keter and private A H Jones, Wounded: Brave 2d Lieut A J Glenn, severely; Sergt J L Gibbon seve
The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], List of casualties in and 47th Reg't, Va. Vols., may 31st, 1862. (search)
Notice. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Dayton, Marengo county, Ala., my dining-room servant, James, sometimes calling himself James Clarke, a bright mulatto, about twenty-five years of age, slightly bowlegged; was raised in Richmond, Va., by a Mr. Totty. His parents still live there.--James was in the army last summer at Winchester. A reasonable reward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him again. Edward Baptist. my 10--1m* Notice. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Dayton, Marengo county, Ala., my dining-room servant, James, sometimes calling himself James Clarke, a bright mulatto, about twenty-five years of age, slightly bowlegged; was raised in Richmond, Va., by a Mr. Totty. His parents still live there.--James was in the army last summer at Winchester. A reasonable reward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him again. Edward Baptist. my 10--1m*
t--In the absence of all the field officers, and many of the company officers, (wounded,) the report of those who distinguished themselves in this regiment is necessarily postponed for a few days. Thirty-eighth Virginia Regiment--Serg't Joseph Gardner, Co. A; Serg't Turner, Co. A, (killed;) private Mac Gilbert, Co. D; private L. P. H. Tapley, Co. D, Serg't James T Shacklefords, Co. E; private Robert Homes, Co. G.; privates Alex Gilcorts', Jno. D. All good, Giles A. Benton, James Wilson, James R Bugz, Co. G; Corp'l Hugh N. Weatherford, Co. G; private R. D. Riggins, Co. G; privates D. more, Thomas S. Size more, Anderson Solomon, Robert W. Vaughn, Richard Wilson, Jno. B. Gold, James Betchar, Co. I; Serg'ts G. W. Morrison, C. C. Marshall, Co. K; privates John Bullington, R. H. Estes, R. J. Hatcher, J. R Billings, Co. K; Corp'l R. C. Fortune, Co R, (gilled) The commanding officers of A, B, E, and F, are absent, wounded, and consequently no report is made from these companies Lt. Sam
The Daily Dispatch: June 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], The necessity of strict discipline. (search)
Notice. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Dayton, Marengo county, Ala., my dining-room servant, James, sometimes calling himself James Clarke a bright mulatto, about twenty-five years of age, slightly bowlegged; was raised in Richmond, Va., by a Mr. Totty. His parents still live there. --James was in the army last summer at Winchester. A reasonable reward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him again. Edward Baptist. my 10--1m* Notice. --Ranaway from the subscriber, near Dayton, Marengo county, Ala., my dining-room servant, James, sometimes calling himself James Clarke a bright mulatto, about twenty-five years of age, slightly bowlegged; was raised in Richmond, Va., by a Mr. Totty. His parents still live there. --James was in the army last summer at Winchester. A reasonable reward will be paid for his apprehension and confinement in jail so that I get him again. Edward Baptist. my 10--1m*
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