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$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Car Male Driver, Beverly He is twenty seven years old; color, black; six feet high. face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brows and curling eve-lashes. He probably travels in a summer coat, or blue cloth with brass button, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass and shaved off his beard when he read this. He has relatives at Mr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Tailiaferro s. in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making hiway Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise $5. [au 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard
musing ourselves at their efforts to get their wagons and their army selves over the river. The girls would occasionally give them taunting cheers, and cry out: Hurry on, my braves ! Torch Johnston is just behind you ! 'Don't stop, Yankees, for Stewart's Cavalry are now coming down street ! Sometimes they would attempt to frighten us by pointing their guns at us — and that would being a shout from us. 'Hurrah for Jeff D vis and the Southern Confederacy !' we shouted. One fellow, when he got orm of a crescent, and Gen. Beauregard would take pleasure in showing it to him — and its contents were intended expressly for gentlemen like himself' The fellow turned, and marched on without making a reply. They don't like to hear of eriea and Stewart's Cavalry. Some of these miserable fellows had no shirts — only Jackets with a border. A more ignorant, ugly, and fifty set of men I have never seen. We told them, Virginians were noted for their hospitality --but of course they did not come <
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly He is twenty seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Tallaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise $54. [au 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise. $50. A. N. Bernard. [au 2--2w*]
The Daily Dispatch: August 7, 1861., [Electronic resource], List of wounded men in General Hospital, Charlottesville, Va. (search)
Shanklin C. A, 27th Virginia, D — hand, not severe. Silby, Wm H, 4th Virginia, H — forehead, slight. Simmons Joseph C, 2d Virginia, D — thigh, severe. Singleton W F, Pendleton Artillery — arm, slight. Skellet, Lieutenant 2d Mississippi, D--3 ribs broken. Smith, 4th Alabama, D — foot. Stephen W C, 17th Mississippi, H — chest, died on the cars. Strickland T R, 3d Sergeant 2d Mississippi, E — leg and side, severe. Stamper Troy, 4th Virginia, F — jaw, severe. Stewart B P, 27th Virginia--died in removal. Stevens G S 4th Alabama, G — hip, not severe. Saunders Marion, 8th Georgia, G — hip, slight. Talbot Allen, 2d Mississippi, company B--thigh, severe. Tarver, B, 4th Alabama, C — thigh. Taylor Andrew, 27th Virginia, D — cheek, not severe. Taylor--4th Alabama, C — knee. Teaney Chas. L, 4th Virginia, C — leg, severe. Thomas Winton R, 4th Virginia, C — knee. Thomas W F, Corp'l 4th Alabama, E — calf
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly He is twenty seven years old; color, black; six feet high, face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in dark gray mixed summer coat, or blue cloth wish brass button, and carpet-bag. He says he has rags Shakespeare, and may travel with a forget pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs Dr. Frank Tallaferro in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise A. N. Bernard. [au 2--2w*]
on. They yesterday returned without success, owing, it appears, to the communication having been addressed, "To whom it may concern, " and not to some particular prominent officer in the Confederate army. This objection removed, there is no doubt that the body can be recovered, as the place of interment is marked, and every facility promised to accomplish that purpose. The gentlemen carrying the flag speak in high terms of the courteous and kind manner in which they were treated by Col. Stewart, commanding the First Virginia Regiment, and other officers within the field of his operations. They, however, were not permitted to approach directly to Fairfax Court-House. Whatever they may have seen of interest in the neighborhood, they have the prudence to conceal, having gone thither on an errand of mercy, and not for reconnoitering purposes. One of the communications recently sent hither under a flag of truce from General Johnston, was, it is understood, in relation to a rep
$100 reward. --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brown and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise, $50 A. N. Bernard. [au 2--2w*]
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Tailiaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making hi, way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise, $50 [au 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward. --For the delivery to me of my carriage Driver, Beverly He is twenty seven years old; color, black; six feet high, face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brown and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in shark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with Brace buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Mr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise $5. [an 2--2w*] Bernard.
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