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For hire --Three good Cook Women, without encumbrance; one superior Washer and Ironer, one good Nurse and Chambermaid, four Girls from 10 to 17 years old, (accustomed to house service,) and one superior Man, capable of general service.--Apply at I H Walke's store, Main street. Ed M Morgan. ja 5--2t*
The Daily Dispatch: January 5, 1864., [Electronic resource], Gen. Morgan's escape through Kentucky. (search)
Gen. Morgan's escape through Kentucky. --The Atlanta Appeal announces the arrival there of two Kentuckian, of Morgan's command, who escaped from Camp Douglas in the latter part of November. Th Louisville, they accidentally fell in with Gen. Morgan in Nelson county, near Bardstown, with whoms side of the Tennessee river. --They found Gen. Morgan with an or whip in his possession, passing ay in their power. Oftener than otherwise, Gen. Morgan made himself known to the people, who seemet Capt. T. H. Hines, who planned the escape of Morgan from the Ohio penitentiary, came through with .; they met up with some thirty five others of Morgan's men, who came out with them, crossing the Te, all the others making their escape. Here Gen. Morgan and Capt. Hines, having saved their horses,re. They are of opinion that at least half of Morgan's men have escaped from Camp Douglas, as hardlr did not make their escape. When the news of Morgan's escape reached the camp, a body of forty of