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Reports have been in circulation in the streets of Richmond, for several days past, of the shooting of Maj. Jos. Street, of Hanover, by our pickets, for the alleged offence of piloting the Yankees in their incursions through Hanover. Having no confirmation of the story, we take the liberty of disbelieving it till the production of further evidence. The gentleman referred to is a nephew of Colonel Chas. P. Goodall, for many years an influential and honored citizen of Hanover county.
ty, and has worked in a tobacco factory since he was a boy. He has a wife at Mrs. Fanny Carver's, in the upper end of Hanover county, where he was seen about ten days ago. He is, also, well acquainted in the neighborhood of the Old Church. Major Joseph Street, residing near that place, owns some of his wife's relations. He probably travels in market carts between Richmond and Mrs. Carver's and the Old Church. He is fond of trading, and probably visits different camps for that purpose. Wa20 years old, 5½ feet high, is lean, and has straight black hair, and resembles, slightly, the Indian race. He was hired this year to John F. Ballard, at the Exchange Hotel. He has been seen, since he ranaway, at Mrs. Carver's and at Major Jos, Street's He may be about some of the camps. A person who knows him well, thinks he saw him in this city some three weeks ago, when he had on a soldier's cap, and appeared to be carrying an officer's baggage. It is not improbable that both of those
The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1862., [Electronic resource], One of Pierpoint's Sheriffs captured. (search)
is city, and has worked in a tobacco factory since he was a boy. He has a wife at Mrs. Fannyrver's in the upper end of Hanover county, when he was seen about ten days ago. He is, also, well acquainted in the neighborhood of the Old Church. Major Joseph Street, residing near that place owns some of his wife's relations. He probably travels in market carts between Richmond and Mrs. Carver's and the Old Church. He is fond of trading, and probably visits different camps for that purpose. Warut 20 years old, 5 ½ feet high, is lean, and has straight black hair, and resembles, slightly, the Indian race. He was hired this year to John P. Ballard, at the Exchange Hotel. He has been seen, since he ran away, at Mrs. Carver's and at Major Jos. Street's He may be about some of the camps. A person who knows him well, thinks he saw him in this city some three weeks ago, when he had on a soldier's cap, and appeared to be carrying an officer's baggage. It is not improbable that both of