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The Daily Dispatch: January 28, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Ran away From the C, S 1st Becan's Quarter Branch about the 1st of February, two negro men named Delaware and Min. Delaware was hired from F M Tabb & Son and belongs to Mrs. Jno Mutter of Hanover county, and was hired last year to Mr. George Turner. He is a sort of bricklayer, and is probably doing job work about the city. He is about 5 feet or 8 inches high, copper colored, and about 23 year of age. Ben was hired from W S Philips, and belongs to Fing Graves of Chesterfield county. He is back, about 5 feet 2 or 10 inches high and about 24 years old. I understand he is kind of backwater around the markets and the city, which occupation he may now be engaged to. A liberal reward will be paid for the delivery of the above named negroes to me, or confined many jail in the city, so that they can be procured. W. S. Wood. Major and Q. M. Army transportation. Rev' n Quarter Branch, Richmond mh 7--ts
Twenty five Dollars reward. --Ranaway, about the last of April, my servant Philips. She is about 50 years old and very black; her month is twisted one side. She was purchased from Mr. Philip Johnson, of Chesterfield county near Coalfield Station. She has been seen there several times lately. I will pay the above reward for her delivery to me or Mr. Wm. H. Bolton, in Manchester. Thos Cunningham. On Maddox Hill. tg 18--it*
The Daily Dispatch: November 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], The recent engagement of General Chalmers in Mississippi. (search)
been killed, whose name I could not learn. Our loss was seven or eight killed and thirty or forty wounded. The Federal receiving reinforcements from Sherman's forces Chalmers fell back to Byhalia. About three o'clock yesterday (Sunday) Gen. Philips, with 3,000 cavalry and eight pieces of artillery, passed through Holly Springs in a full gallon. They came in on the Salem road and went out on the same road that Chalmers and his troop did the day before. One mile north of this place PhiliPhilips divided his forces--one column taking the Hudsonville road, and the other the road to North Mount Pleasant. It was at first supposed they were endeavoring to get in Chalmers's rear, but it is now generally believed both columns formed a junction at some point north of here, and are now engaging Chalmers at Byhalia or in that vicinity. Cannonading has been heard in that direction at intervals during the entire day, and much anxiety is felt as to the probable result. Gen. Hatch, with 500 ca
McIntosh, 33d Va; A McDaniels, 61st N C; J McDaniels, 28th N C; Alex McMaley, Fauquier art; E Murphy, 45th N C; S Nance, 6th N C; Benj Ne. 6th Tenn; R A Orley, 51st Ga; Wm Packard, 7th Va cav; John Pendy, 52d N C; Wm Pusenberger, 1st Mo cav; Eil Setson, 25th N C; B A Shaw, 23d S C; J H Shofter, 13th Ala; J M Savage, 1st Md; John D Spear, 66th Tenn; A P Smith, 45th N C, H M Smith, 52d N C; W Stallen, 31st Miss; Jj Stanford, 56th Tenn; J O Sullivan, 26th N C; J W Taylor, 15th Ark; G W Vaugu, Philips's Ga leg; D Vaughn and Wm Walker, 3d Tenn; M J Webster, 61st N C; P S Wilite, 8th Ala; A Williams, 26th N C; J B Williams, 2d. N C; Wm S Mills, 1st Mo cav; S A Wilson, Rockbridge art; S Wilton, 2d Ark; J A Wright, 40th Va; W A Year-gin, 48th Ala; G P Yearket, 36th Va; J Young, 23d N C; J E White, 28th N C; J L Austen, 37th N C; F Avery, 4th N C; Y Hambars, 52d N C; T E Boney, 4th N C cav; W T Beall, Blair light ar'y; a Ball, 60th Tenn; L G Budd, 55th N C; L Bishop, 52d N C; A T Bright, 22d
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