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The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], The movements on Richmond — the fighting around Richmond. (search)
ng or out-houses. Late in the day they swung around towards James river, and burnt Baxter's and Temple's mills in Prince George county. On Thursday night they camped at Mt. Sinal Church, in Prince George county, where they cooked up their stolen shPrince George county, where they cooked up their stolen sheep, hogs, cattle and poultry. A gentleman who saw their camp fires, says they extended for a distance of a mile or more, and presented quite a novel sight to the people in that section. Tuesday morning, at seven o'clock, the column was moving e old Baxter road to City Point, leaving Disputanta about a mile and a half to the right. Col. R. M. Harrison, of Prince George county, who saw them, states that their column was about three miles in length, numbering possibly between 1,500 and 2,00couts reported the enemy rapidly retiring on the road to Bermuda Hundreds. On the east bank of the Appomattox, in Prince George county, where the enemy advanced his negro regiments from City Point Monday, he was not to be found Tuesday, although a m
ituated on Pennsylvania avenue, between third and Four and a Half streets, is bequeathed to Franklin and Jefferson Rives, with the contents, excepting copies of the Congressional Globe and the stereotype plates of that work, which is devised to the other five children. Franklin and Jefferson Rives are to have no benefit of the balance of the estate, which is to be divided between the other five children, together with $50,000 in Missouri State bonds The country residence in Prince George's county, with the ground, 51 acres, some of which lies in Washington county, is not to be sold out of the family; one of the heirs may sell their portion to the other, and he provides that the heirs may live on the place in common, contributing equally to its support. When any of his blood relations cease to reside on the place, then the house and land is to revert to the Government then having dominion over them. He wills that his slaves shall be free, as follows: the day of emanc