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The Daily Dispatch: May 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Exiled from New Orleans. (search)
Arrival of Yankee prisoners. --One hundred and twelve Yankee prisoners were received at the Libby prison yesterday from Knoxville, Tenn., and Jackson, Miss. Included in the number were the following officers: 2d Lieut Jno. S K cavalry; 2d Lieut E P Raynold, co. G, 1st Tenn; Capt Alonzo Tubbs, co G, 23d Indiana; 1st Lieut J W Custis, co I, 23d Indiana; 2d Lieut Edwin Reed, co I, 3d Ohio; 2d Lieut J L Cook, co B, 6th Iowa. Tubbs and Reynolds are the two officers who recently escaped from the guard near Atlanta, Ga.
The Daily Dispatch: June 1, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Congressional election. (search)
The Yankees on the Peninsula. --We learn that on Saturday a party of Federals made a raid up to Custis, (Gen. Lee's farm,) on the Pamunkey river, and captured a small steamer owned by Mr. T. T. Cropper. It was afterwards stated that they were making a raid further up the Peninsula, but we have heard nothing more of their doings than the performance noted above.
The Daily Dispatch: October 17, 1864., [Electronic resource], Interesting from
Robberies. --On Thursday night last, the store-room to the residence of Mrs. Pilcher, on Penitentiary hill, was robbed of one demijohn of whiskey, two boxes of candles, three jars of lard, and various other articles of family groceries. On Friday night, the grocery and variety store of Jacob N. Hosflich, on the corner of Cary and Tenth streets, was broken into and robbed of about five thousand dollars' worth of flour, sugar, coffee, bacon, &c. Yesterday morning, officers Jenkins and Seal arrested three negroes, named Dick Drew, free, and Custis and Jacob, slaves, charged with the theft. Upon the premises of these fellows were found about four thousand dollars' worth of the goods, buried under an ash bank, which were fully identified by Mr. Hoeflich as his property.