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Private Walter A. Chewning, of Company "F," (Warren Rifles) 17th Virginia Regiment, is sick in one of the City Hospitals, his father anxiously desires to hear from him, at Oakwood Post Office, Orange co., Va. no 8--3t*
Man killed. --An aged man named Simpson, a resident of Orange county, Virginia, was killed at Gordonsville on Saturday night, by being run over by an engine of the Orange railroad. He was walking on the track, and, meeting the engine, stepped to one side to let it pass. Immediately after passing him, the engine commenced backing, and the deceased, having gotten on the track, was run over by it, having both his legs severed from his body. He survived but a few hours after the accident.
[for the Richmond Dispatch.]a woman's appeal. Citizens of Orange County: Sons of Virginia! to you an appeal is scarcely necessary to arouse your sympathies in behalf of our country's cause, in behalf of our Southern soil, blushing with the blood of a shameless the with that of many a hero's heart. To you, so nobly daring, so bravely defying the invaders of our homes, would I write an words of commendation, for Manassas speaks eloquently enough; but I would bid you watch the enthusiasm glowing in your bosoms, that it waver not. Let not the cut I of winter have withered the flowers of hope that sprung so voluntarily in your hearts in the April of the past year. Soon will the hoary Leids be decked again, and though many a new grave is made o'er which will be strewn the flowers of another spring, and watered at morn and eve with the dawn of affection, and many a home feel desolated of what was once their hope and pride, yet may the memory for what they fought, and bled, and died
y of foes who were destroying a bridge near the middle of the field, and succeeded in obliging them to remain there. This brilliant movement was the signal for a general engagement, and a regiment of Confederacies at once advanced within our lines and inquired the way to Washington. Having given them the desired information, and allowed a number of other similar regiments to take a position between the Mackerels and the capital, the General gave orders for the Conic Section and the Orange County Howitzers to fall cautiously back, in order that the remaining Confederacies might get between us and Richmond. You will perceive that by this movement, my boy, we cut the enemy's force completely in two, thus compelling him to attack us either in front or in the rear, and giving him no choice of any other operation save flank movements. Our plans being thus perfected, Captain William Brown, with Company 3, Regiment 5, was ordered to charge into a wood near at hand, with a view to
Ranaway.--$150 reward --From Hazel Deene, the residence of the Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man, Wesley. He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black, about 22 years old, a feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 100 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert T. Goodman, Mayo S. Carrington. oc 10--1m* Ex'ors of Jos. N. Geodman.
The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The horrors of Fort Lafayette--a Bold voice at the North. (search)
Ranaway --$150 reward — From Hazel Deene, the residence of the late Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man, Wesley. He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black. about 22 years old. 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 180 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert T. Goodman, Mayo E. Carrington, oc 10--1m* Ex'ors of Jos. N. Goodman.
Ranaway --$150 reward — From Hazel Deene, the residence of the late Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man, Wesley. He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black, about 22 years old, 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 180 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert T. Goodman, Mayo B. Carrington, oc 10--1m* Ex'ors of Jos. N. Goodman.
Ranaway --$150 reward — From Hazel Deene, the residence of the late Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man. Wesley. He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black, about 22 years old 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 180 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert T. Goodman. Mayo B. Carrington, oc 10--1m Ex'ors of Jos. N. Goodman.
Ranaway --$150 reward — From Hazel Deene, the residence of the late Jos. N. Goodman, dec'd, a negro man, Wesley. He was purchased in Richmond, in 1860, of Mr. George Pannill, of Orange county, Va., and it may be that he is trying to get back in his old neighborhood. He is very black, about 22 years old 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high, and will weigh about 180 pounds; no scars remembered. For his delivery to either of us we will pay one hundred and fifty dollars, or if confined in jail we will pay one hundred dollars. Our address is Columbia, Fluvanna county, Va. Robert. T. Goodman, Mayo B. Carrington, oc 10--1m* Ex'ors of Jos. N. Goodman.
the following named Members of this company, who were taken prisoners on Roanoke Island and paroled, and since exchanged, have not yet reported, though notified and ordered to do so through the newspapers. I therefore now order them to report to me at Chaffin's farm, 8 miles below Richmond, Gen. Henry A. Wise's headquarters. Failing to do so, they will be advertised as deserters, and when arrested dealt with as such: Wm. M. Baker, of Orange county, Va. Samuel Conner, of Richmond, Va. John L. Hart, of King William county, Va. Wm. Ryan, of Richmond, Va. John L. Tarrant, of King William co., Va. Wm. Thos. Tuck, of King William co., Va. John Saunders, of King William co., Va. Jno Armstrong, of King William co., Va. G. A. Wallace, Capt. Richmond Light Guard, Wise Brigade. oc 14--ts
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