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Fifty dollars reward. --The above reward will be paid for the delivery to me, at Little Dover, Goochland county of my servant, Sample, who ran away on the 24th day of March. He is a bright mulatto, 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high; hair very thick and usually worn long. On his left jaw, and side of his neck, and left arm, are deep scars the result of a severe burn and his left thumb is also contracted from the same burn. He is a very capable servant. He also is a good butcher. 7 inches high; hair very thick and usually worn long. On his left jaw, and side of his neck, and left arm, are deep scars the result of a severe burn and his left thumb is also contracted from the same burn. He is a very capable servant. He also is a good butcher. He was employed from Oct, 1861, to March, 1862, on Jar R. Anderson Cols canal boats. Any information that may laid to his detection may be addressed to me by mail, to Dover Mills P. O. Goochland county. Wm R Trene. my 7--3t*
The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Yankees at Columbia, Fluvanna county. (search)
wooden beams of the canal locks below Columbia. Six negroes of Mr. Galt left with tee Yankees. --They took all the good horses they could find; stole four from Mr. Elsom. and shot one because it was too fat to travel. The Yankees had been in Columbia about four hours, and were busy committing their depredations, when one of their couriers dashed into the village and told his comrades that Fitzhugh Lee's cavalry was after them. They were soon in the saddle, and took the route towards Goochland. --Later in the day General Lee appeared, and, continuing the pursuit, came up with the Yankees the next day (Monday) at Hadensville, Goochland county, 15 miles cast of Columbia, when a skirmish ensued, and the Yankees rapidly retreated. Our informant does not think there are any Yankees this side of the Three Cropped road. Whole at Columbia they broke open a warehouse belonging to Mr. Hodgson, and distributed its contents — sugar, rice, bacon, &c — to the negroes. A part of the goods we