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Twenty five dollars reward. --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Manchester, Monday, March 16th, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond. Celia is about 30 years old, but looks older, is a little under the medium height; very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick, but remarkably narrow eyebrows, looks somewhat grum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home made linsey dress; a gay colored, double blanket shawl, and a quoted hood. She carried a band's of clothes with her. Address Jos. Wells, Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Eb Richmond city; ap 1--5t*(W. F & M. W. F)
Twenty-five dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Manchester, Monday, March 16th, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond. Celia is about 30 years old, but looks older; is a little under the medium height; very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick, but remarkably narrow eyebrows; looks somewhat grum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home-made linsey dress; a gay-colored, double blanket shawl, and a quilted hood. She carried a bundle of clothes with her. Address Jos. Walle, Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Trees. Richmond city. ap 1--5t* (W. F & M, W, F)
Runaway. --Ran away, yesterday morning, a negro girl named Ellen, hired of Mr W S Phillips, and owned by Peter R Thornton. She is about fifteen years old, and of quite dark color. I suppose she is somewhere near 2d and Leigh sts, where a sister of her's is living. For the apprehension of said negro I will pay the usual reward. Henry Boehmer, At Chas L Hobson's Factory, Corner of Cary and 11th sts. ap 29--1t*
One hundred Dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Manchester, Monday, March 16, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond. Celia is about 30 years old, but looks olders; is a little under the medium height; very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick but remarkably narrow eyebrown; looks somewhat grum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home-made linsey dress; a gay-colored, double blanket shawl, and a quilted broad. She carried a bundle of clothes with her. Address Jos. Wells, Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Tebbs. Richmond city. ap 23--law5t*
The Daily Dispatch: May 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Yankees in Goochland and Louisa. (search)
One hundred dollars reward. --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her of my negro women Chilia. She left me in Man heater, Monday March 16, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and his believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond Celia is about 40 years old but looks older; is a little under the medium very made; of a gingerbread color; has thick but remarkably narrow eyebrows; looks somewhat glum and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home made linsey dress; a gay colored double blanket shawl, and a quilted hood. She carried a bundle of clothes with her. And Jes Jos. Willi Manchester Va., Chas B Teber. Richmond city. an 21--law5t*
One hundred dollars reward. --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so mat I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Man baster, Monday, March 16, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond. Calla is about 30 years old. but looks older; is a little under the medium but his very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick but remarkably narrow eyebrows; looks somewhat glum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home-made linsey dress; a gay-colored double blanket, shawl, and a quilted hood. She carried a bundle of clothes with her. Address Jos Wells, Manchester. Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Tebes. Richmond city. ap 21--1aw5t*
everesur. co K 145th Pa; G F C Smart co do; E J Fulkerson, co H, 29th Ohio; A McWilliams, co F. 157th N Y; Jos Gu swider, co F, 82d Ohio; E G Jackson, co H, 84th Pa; F W Mitchell co I 12th ill John E Beynolds, G, 68th Pa; A H Nixon, K, 84th; Pa; Chas J Smith, K, 2d Del; L E Witman, 1st Lieut and Adj't. 47th Pa; Chas Van Vosburg. F, 37th N Y; 2d Lieut F J Patterson, D, 5th Maine; W D Had I 72d N Y; P E Bishop, B, do; Gen C Peck, I, 17th Pa; Clay McCauley, D, 126th Pa; J W Fletcher, H, do; W S lby Nugent, Geo Olivia, Chas Jordon, W H R Taylor. Company B--Capt Bowden.--Killed: H T Coldwell. Wounded: Charles J Pearman, wounded and a prisoner; Robert Wells, slightly in hand; Thos Bass, in hand. Missing: Nelson Guess, James C Birdsong, Chas W Benezett. Company C--Capt Marka.--Wounded: Corporal Wm T Harrison, in arm, slightly; E B Peebles. Missing: W B Echols, L H Powell, W A Showacre. Company D--Capt Tyler.--Killed: Alex Chandler. Wounded: Serg't Jas Blankenship, John Bryant,
One Hundred Dollars reward. --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Manchester, Monday, March 16, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond. Cellar is about 30 years old, but looks older; is a little under the medium height; very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick but remarkably narrow eyebrows; looks somewhat grum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home made linsey dress; a gay-colored double blanket shawl, and a quilted hood. She carried a bundle of clothes with her. Address Jos. Wells. Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Teess, Richmond city. ap 23--law5t*
One hundred Dollars reward. --Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Manchester, Monday, March 16, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city of Richmond. Celia is about 30 years old, but looks older; is a little under the medium height; very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick but remarkably narrow eyebrows; looks some what grum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a home-made linsey dress; a gay-colored double blanket shawl, and a quilted hood. She carried a bundle of clothes with her. Address Jos. Wells, Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas R Teebs, Richmond city. ap 23--1aw5t*
by Holliday; 13th District, Walter Preston, beaten by McMullin. In the 2d and 7th Districts Messrs. Chambliss and Holcombe, present members, were not candidates for re-election. In the 9th District Funston succeeds Smith, present member, who is elected Governor. State Senate. Accomac, &c — G T Garrison. Norfolk co., &c — Alex Coke, (reported) Dinwiddie &c — T T Jones. Lunenburg, &c — Asa D Dickinson. Pittsylvania, &c — E F Keen. Franklin, &c — Peter Sanders, sr. Campbell, &c.--Chas H Lynch. Henrico, &c.--John R Garnett. City of Richmond — Geo W Randolph. Fairfax, &c.--Wm H Delany. Louisa, &c--Mr. Guy, (reported) Frederick, &c — Jas H Carson. Bath, &c.--Wm Frazier. Smyth, &c — Wm E Peters. Boone, &c. --Jas Lawson, (reported.) Mason, &c.--W W Newman. Harrison, &c — Kenna L Stephenson. Marion, &c — Jas Neeson. Preston, &c — C W Newton. Wheeling, &c — Daniel M Shriver. Jefferson, &c — Edwin L Moore, Rockingham, &c — Dr S A Coffman. Ho
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