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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1864., [Electronic resource],
Two hundred Dollars reward. (search)
Telegrams. --Telegraphic dispatches, which were not delivered for want of proper address, may be found at the Richmond Office, 150 Main st: Atkinson, T J Broadax, W E Brown J B. Farinholt, Capt B L Garnett, Maj J L Gibbs Dr W H Hutter, Capt F C Jones, Samuel F Lyon, Dan'l jr. Malla, Mrs O Persen, Lt E O Roads, Capt Rosenfield, E K Tucker, Judge J W Vass, Jas Wilson, Geo ap 15--1t
The Daily Dispatch: April 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], Town Election in
The Sævannah Republican says: "Strawberries have been selling in our market for a week, but we have been unable to reach them with anything shorter than a V. Green peas, we learn, will tempt us this week." In the city court of Mobile on Monday last Jacob Richmond was convicted of the crime of extortion. He was fined 8000 and sentenced to three months imprisonment in the county jail. Lt. Ed. A. West, Secretary to flag officer Tucker, at Charleston, S. C. was murdered in the streets of that city by some soldiers Friday night. Gen. N. G. Evans (Ball's Bluff) was seriously injured at Charleston, S. C., Saturday, by being thrown from his buggy.
The Daily Dispatch: June 4, 1864., [Electronic resource], How to take oil. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], Death of the
Commander of Fort Sumter. (search)
Wanted --To hire 6 negro Blacksmiths to make horse shoes and nails. Apply to Capt J S Tucker, Artillery Store, Richmond Arsenal, foot of 7th st. jy 25--6t
Wanted --To hire 6 negro Blacksmiths to make horse shoes and Apply to Capt J S Tucker, Artillery Store, Richmond Arsenal, foot of 7th st. jy 25--6t
The Daily Dispatch: December 10, 1864., [Electronic resource],
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Richmond Circuit Court, yesterday. --The testimony in the cases of Zimmerman, Herzog and Rodenkirscher having been concluded on yesterday, Mr. Aylett, for the petitioners, commenced the argument and will conclude his speech this morning. Mr. Tucker, on behalf of the Commonwealth, began his argument, but before concluding, postponed the remainder until Monday, to which day the further consideration of the cases were continued, as there are several other applications for writs to be heard this morning.