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The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 23, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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To officers and Privates of Gen. R E Lee's army. --I will pay a reward of $200 for my boy Thomton, if lodged in jail so I can get him again. He is 35 years of age, a mulatto; about 5 feet 7 inches, weighs about 160 lbs, whiskers and moustache, intelligent, good looking, writes well, well built, once or two small hard lumps on side of his neck. He was formerly owned by Col. J. Willis, near Orange C H. and left there two weeks ago for the army at Brandy Station. He left Montgomery in the charge of a Brooks, and he may be in some Alabama regiment. He may go by some other name. Address me, at Montgomery, Ala. S P Wreford. no 14--cod2w*
us. The California Democratic State Convention, now in session in San Francisco, has passed resolutions declaring that the war is conducted for abolition purposes, and to revolutionize the Government, and bringing the National Democratic Convention to pledge the party to the restoration of peace upon just and honorable terms. An effort was made to condemn the war for any purpose, but failed. Ex-Govs. Bigler, Downey, and Welter have been elected delegates to the Chicago Convention. The Anniversary of the American Bible Society was held at Irving Hall on Thursday morning. --The meeting was opened with prayer by Bishop Gates, and addresses were delivered by the Rev. Dr. Taylor, the Rev. Mr. Pelit, the Rev. Mr. Thomton, the Rev. Dr. Sunderland, the Rev. Dr. Cox, and others. The report shows that the Bible has been translated into 250 languages; the receipts amount to $5,578 60; number of books printed, 1 592,196; copies of Scriptures granted to the army and navy, 2,000,000.