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J. B. Jones, A Rebel War Clerk's Diary, chapter 42 (search)
for some purpose, perhaps. It is rumored that Gen. Hampton captured 4000 men last night or this morning; but I doubt. Without that, the week's work is good-Grant losing from 10,000 to 15,000 men. A few more weeks, at that rate, will consume his army, and then---peace? Gen. Bragg complains, in a letter to the Secretary of War, that the orders of the department, and of the Adjutant-General, are not furnished him, which must diminish, if persisted in, his usefulness in the important position to which the President has called him. They, are all inimical to Bragg-all but the President, who is bound in honor to sustain him. The price of flour has fallen again; Lee's victory frightening the dealers. Robert Hill, commission merchant, Bank Street, gave me two pounds of coffee to-day when I told him of Lee's dispatch. It was accepted, of course, and is worth some $20 per pound. Guns are heard down the river again this evening, and all are wondering what Lee is doing now.
o T. B. Rees, No. 3 Tenth st., below Main. Wanted — A substitute on board Confederate States steamer Patrick Henry, as wardroom steward. Apply at the Dispatch office. Wanted.--to all Subject to Militia Duty.--I want fifty men to man the Game Point Battery at Aquia Creek. All persons not wishing to be drafted in the militia, who are desirous of being convenient to their families, will find this a very desirable post. Substitutes will be received in this company. All persons wishing to enrol themselves will apply at once at the corner of Tenth and Main streets, or at Crawford's saloon on Tenth street. Our country needs fighting men. So come at once. For particulars apply at either of the above places to Wm. J. Dabney, Lieutenant. Wanted.--Notice to Artillerymen.--I wish it to be distinctly understood that I want to-day fifteen substitutes to go in the very best company, and that the price of bounty is no object to get the men.--Robert Hill, Substitute Agent, Bank street.
Rev. James K. Ewer , Company 3, Third Mass. Cav., Roster of the Third Massachusetts Cavalry Regiment in the war for the Union, Company H. (search)
1862. Died June 10, 1865. John Gilmore, New Bedford, 21, s; seaman. March 28, 1864. Deserted Sept. 1864. Thomas Gill, Barre, 23, s; farmer. Nov. 6, 1863. Deserted Aug. 1864. Erastus Gould, Lawrence, 39, m; laborer. Sept. 27, 1862. Trans. to 5th Co. 1st Batt. V. R.C. April 22, 1863. Disch. April 18, 1864. Gros. Granadino, Boston, 32, m; sailor. Oct. 15, 1862. M. O. Sept. 28, 1865. Eli Hawkins, Boston, 25, s; sailor. Sept. 30, 1862. Disch. May 20, 1865. Unof. Robert Hill, Rockport, 22, s; sailor. Oct. 22, 1862. Deserted, Nov. 30, 1862, Jamaica, L. I. James Hickey, Worcester, 24, s; mechanic. Jan. 16, 1864. Deserted Aug. 1864. Martin Healey. Clinton; 28, s; laborer. Jan. 5, ZZZ6. Disch. June 26, 1865. Francis T. Hazlewood, Boston, 43, m; piano-maker. Sept. 22, 1862. Died Jan. 29, 1864, New Orleans, La. Unof. William H. Holden, Stoneham, 30, m. Sept. 28, 1862. Died Sept. 19, 1863, Baton Rouge, La. Randall F. Hunnewell, Salem, Me. 28
Twenty Dollars Reward. --Left my house, on Sunday last, without provocation, my servant girl, named Jane, about 29 years of age, small stature, and holds her head sideways when spoken to; she has the scar of wattles, being cut just below each ear, and has a few-small-pox marks about her face. The above reward will be paid for her arrest. Robert Hill, au 7--6t* 1st., bet. Main and Cary.
The Daily Dispatch: August 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The assassination of Gen. W. R. Caswell. (search)
Twenty Dollars reward. --Left my house, on Sunday last, without provocation, my servant girl, named Jane, about 20 years of age, small stature, and holds her head sideways when spoken to; she has the scar of wattles, being cut just below each ear, and has a few small-pox marks about her face. The above reward will be paid for her arrest. Robert Hill, au 7--6t* 1st st., bet. Main and Cary.
The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy's Raid upon Frederick Hall. (search)
Twenty Dollars reward --Left my house, on Sunday last, without provocation, my servant girl, named Jane, about 20 years of age, small stature, and holds her head sideways when spoken to; she has the scar of wattles, being cut just below each ear, and has a few small-pox marks about her face. The above reward will be paid for her arrest. Robert Hill, au 7--6t* 1st st., bet, Main and Cary.
Twenty Dollars reward. --Left my house, on Sunday last, without provocation, my servant girl, named Jane, about 20 years of age, small stature, and holds her head sideways when spoken to; she has the scar of wattles, being cut just below each ear. and has a few small pox marks about her face. The above reward will be paid for her arrest. Robert Hill, au 7--6t* 1st st., bet. Main and Cary.
Twenty Dollars reward. --Left my house, on Sunday last, without provocation, my servant girl, named Jane, about 20 years of age, small stature, and holds her head sideways when spoken to; she has the scar of wattles, being cut just below each ear, and has a few small-pox marks about her face. The above reward will be paid for her arrest. Robert Hill. 1st st., bet. Main and Cary. au 7--6t*
Fifty Dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension of my Girl, Jane, who goes by the name of Virginia Monroe. She left on Sunday, the 8th instant, without cause, and is of a gingerbread color, about 20 years old, small stature, and has a few marks of small-pox about her face and the prints or wattles being cut off below each ear. She dresses neatly, and has, I hear, hired herself out as a maid to a lady in this city. au 16--5t* Robert Hill.