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The Daily Dispatch: March 27, 1865., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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roops. --The liberal action of a meeting of farmers in Roanoke county, Virginia, in offering to emancipate such of their slaves as will volunteer in the army, has been mentioned. We append the form of the pledge and the names of the signers: We whose names are hereunto subscribed mutually pledge ourselves to emancipate such of our negro men, between the ages of eighteen and forty-five, as will volunteer as soldiers in the Confederate service, promising them that they shall be permitted to return to their homes, and that proper provision will be made for them and their families when the war is over: B. Pitzer, Jno. H. Smith; G. W. Shanks, T. B. Evans, J. W. Johnston, J. C. Deverle, C. W. Burwell, G. M. Pitzer, F. J. Chapman, J. K. Pitzer, David S. Read, G. B. Board, J. M. Trout, A. J. Deyerle, Hiram Hansburough, H. A. Edmundson, James Wade, R. B. Moorman, S. G. Wood, Wm. W. Uttz, Giles Barnette, A. E. Huff, A. R. McCorkle.