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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events, Diary from December 17, 1860 - April 30, 1864 (ed. Frank Moore),
The Daily Dispatch: July 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Pipe for Lincolnites to Smoke. (search)
A Pipe for Lincolnites to Smoke. --The Concordia Rifles who have arrived here, says the New Orleans Delta, are commanded by Zeb York, a man who, it is said, is able to buy the Washington Administration. Capt. York and Mr. Hoover, of Concordia, raised the company at their own expense. They pay their men $15 a month, give $20 a month to the support of each man's wife in necessitous circumstances, and $5 to each soldier's child. If any individual or corporation can beat this, we would like to know it.
The Daily Dispatch: April 14, 1864., [Electronic resource], Stop the
Runaways-- $1600 reward (search)
We have Northern dates of Saturday, the 9th inst., and make up the following summary of the intelligence which is most important: Inroads upon leased plantations — no cotton to be raised. A correspondent of the St. Louis Democrat, writing from Natchez, Miss., March 10 says: In Concordia and Tenses parishes, in Louisiana, the rebels have recently caused much trouble. Nearly all the Government plantations in that locality have received visits from marauding parties to such an extent that labor upon them has been almost entirely suspended. The first attempt to break up the scheme for the production of cotton was made more than a month ago by the forces under Gen. Polignac. At that time they came up nearly to the bank of the river, and within full view of Natchez. Every plantation that they visited was stripped of mules and horses, necessary for carrying on work. Since that time the same depredations have been carried on by small hands of the enemy detached for t