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Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about ago, my negro, Ben. Said boy at the auction house of Messrs. Lee Franklin street, Richmond, and was Ming, of Petersburg. He said he was Magill, at the Theatre, previous to the age is nineteen or twenty; well built.; five feet eight or nine inches in doubt lurking about Richmond or I will give the above reward for his Lee & Bowman, Franklin street. J. B. Pace. Danville, Virginia. Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about ago, my negro, Ben. Said boy at the auction house of Messrs. Lee Franklin street, Richmond, and was Ming, of Petersburg. He said he was Magill, at the Theatre, previous to the age is nineteen or twenty; well built.; five feet eight or nine inches in doubt lurking about Richmond or I will give the above reward for his Lee & Bowman, Franklin street. J. B. Pace. Danville, Virginia.
The Daily Dispatch: October 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Fifty dollars reward. (search)
e met with a surprise, but we doubt if Mosby was with them. There are two sides to a story as well as to a tree, and Mosby will give his own account of the affair; then we shall learn the truth — not before. From East Tennessee. The following official dispatch was received yesterday: "Headquarters Army Northern Virginia, "October 19, 1864. "Hon. James A. Seddon. Secretary of War: "General Breckinridge reports that his scouts, on the night of the 16th, burnt the railroad bridge over Mossy creek. Before daylight, on the 18th, the enemy hurriedly evacuated Bull's gap, retreating towards Knoxville. General Vaughan is pursuing. "R. E. Lee." Military change in Florida. General John K. Jackson is at present in Savannah. He has been relieved from his command in Florida and ordered to report to Lieutenant-General Hardee for duty. He is succeeded by General William Miller, of Florida, who has been recently promoted to the office of brigadier-general.