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night of the 3rd of June, and stealing $1,000 in money and three watches, were examined and remanded for final trial before the Judge. In the Hustings Court yesterday the following cases were disposed of: Wm Fitzpatrick, garroting Philip L Gregory, on the 30th of May, of a watch and $67 in money. Sent on to Judge Lyons's Court. Lewis Harcum, stealing $72 in money from Robert Reid, on the 29th of June. Sent on for trial. James Welsh, stealing a horse, valued at $200, from Chas P Word, on the 14th of June Sent on. James Miller, stealing a horse, valued at $500, from the Confederate States, on the 6th of June. Sent on. Ansuron Jackson, free negro, stealing $300 from James Stanley. Acquitted. Peter Burress and Jas McDonald, stealing $800 and a gold watch from Wm Riley. Discharge. Wm H Rose, free negro, stealing $1,500 from Samuel T Reamy. Found guilty and ordered to be sold into slavery. Gus, slave to Mrs. Susan Hill, charged with aiding and ab
The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Wounded Yankees from Savage's Station. (search)
their own surgeons having deserted them and repaired up town. One or more of them died.--Among the wounded officers brought here since Monday evening from Savage's Station, are the following, the list including also their medical attendants. Chas H Hatch, 2d Lieut 4th N J; Wm P Russell, Surgeon 5th Vt; Geo B Cogswell, Assistant Surgeon 20th Mass; Wm Pattle, Assistant Surgeon 49th N Y; J D Brumley, 7th Mass; T Newell, Surgeon 1st R I Cavalry; Chas M Ellis, Assistant Surgeon 6th Pa; C MunsonChas M Ellis, Assistant Surgeon 6th Pa; C Munson, Assistant Surgeon, 5th N Y; A Lanbry, 2d Lieut 26th Pa; Jno H Donovan, 1st Lieut 69th N Y; Wm. Deltz, Capt 1st N Y; Jno T Bell, Capt 62d Pa; Jno Doherty, 2d Lieut 9th Mass; N S Bull, 1st Lieut 61st Pa; Osro Miller, Major 18th Mass; B M Barbour, 2d Lieut 5th Vt: Chas Wheeler, 1st Lieut 10th Mass; D McMicken, Jr, 2d Lieut 5th Pa; J L Smith, 2d Lieut 4th Mich; GMallory, Capt 71st Pa; C S Newtin, Capt 71st Pa; J B Moore, Capt 57th Pa; B R Jenne, Capt, 5th Vt; D F Corbin; Capt, 3d Vt; W B Reynolds,
The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Yankee raid on the Petersburg and Weldon Railroad. (search)
R &Der Sup'ts office Richmond July 28, 1863. Runaways.--From the 11th and 14th of the Richmond and Danville Railroad. John belonging to Mrs. Martha Dissolved of Halifax county, is about 5 feet 6 inches high, jet black, bushy hair, quick spoken, and very stoutly built. Bill, belonging to R B Deakley, of county, is about 24 years of age ball, crossed and baggy hair. The annul reward will be paid for their recently. Chas G Talooty, Cap't. je 12--2w
nment of the country and encouragers of rebellion and treason, and who reside within a distance of six miles from the points where the barns were burnt: James A Amos, $221; Clement Butler, $44; Thos L. Emory, $18; &braham A Gilbert, $28; Shadrack R. Gilbert, $22; Jno Hawkirs, $34; Thos Hope, $85; Wm B. Jarrett, $10; George Lemmon, $49. Richard Meechem, $30; Nathan Nelson, $79; Nicholas H. Nelson, $190; Robert Nelson, $68; Evan S. Rogers, $472; Abraham Rutlege, $74; Jno W. Rutlege, $178; Chas H Raite, $155, John Rush Street, $20; Dr. St. Clair Street, $129; Shadrack Street, Jr. $29; Dr. Abraham J. Street, $247; John Walter Street, $56; Shadrack Street, Sr. $40; Jas R. Scarf, $110; Ell Turner, $48; Jas W. Folly, $58; Howard Walters. $25; Caleb Wright, $30; Jno D. Alderson, $17; Thomas Alderson, $40; Jas Watt, $38; Nathan Hurst, $18; Nathan Grafton, $10; Thos Bay, $10; Howard Whitaker, $20. Total, $3,000. The several persons above named will be notified that they are required
A & D R E, Sup'ts office, Richmond, July 28, 1863. Runaways — From the 11th and 14th sections of the Richmond and Danville Railroad: John, belonging to Mrs. Martha Dismukes, of Halifax county, is about 5 feet 6 inches high, jet black, bushy hair, quick spoken, and very stoutly built. Bill, belonging to R E Dunkley, of Halifax county, is about 21 years of age brown complexion, about 5 feet 6 inches high, stout built, round face, and snaggy hair. The usual reward will be paid for their recovery. Chas G Talbott, Sup't. ly 19--2w
E & D E R, Sup'ts office,Richmond, July 28, 1863. Runaways — From the 11th and 14th sections of the Richmond and Denville Railroad: John, belonging to Mrs. Marths Dismukes, of Halifax county, is about 5 feet 5 inches high, jet black, bushy hair, quick spoken, and very stoutly built. bill, belonging to R E Dunkley, of Halifax county, is about 21 years of age brown complexion about 5 feet 6 inches high, stout built, round face and snaggy hair. The usual reward will be paid for their recovery. Chas G Talcote, Sup't. jy 19--2w
Runaway--$50 reward. --I will give $50 reward for the apprehension of my man Isaac. He left my house on Thursday, the 13th inst. He has a wife at Mrs. Wm Coghill's, in Caroline county. Isaac is about 5 feet high, quick spoken, and dark gingerbread color. Chas C Blanton. au 26--3t*
The Daily Dispatch: August 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Loss of a Confederate Cotton steamer. (search)
made for the land, and discovered it at about three o'clock Wednesday. At six o'clock the boats passed through the breakers and surf, and the party landed on St. Catherine's Island, where they remained all night. By great exertions they were enabled to obtain a fire, and it was made along side of a tree, the trunk of which, during the night, was burnt through, and a heavy wind prostrated it, injuring the following persons: Peter Faithful, 3rd Assistant Engineer, skull dangerously fractured; Chas, Smith, seaman, left side of cheek out slightly; Adolphus Moore, cabin boy, (colored,) leg fractured. The wounded having been taken care of, the party at daylight put to sea, and at 19 o'clock made the inlet to St. Catherine Sound. After getting about half a mile inside the mouth of the Sound a Yankee gunboat, schooner rigged propeller, mounting a pivot gun fore and aft and a broadside gun, discovered them and fired a blank cartridge. The men in the coats put all strength to their cars to
The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], Proposal for a Confederate Credit mobilizer. (search)
Richmond and Danville Railroad, Superintendent's office, Richmond, Sept. 10, 1863. Ran Away from near Powhatan Station, Richmond and Danville Railroad, Abner, a slave boy hired of Dr. Dorsett. He is about 6 feet high, ginger-bread color, and when spoken to speaks very slow, and is quite an intelligent looking boy. The usual reward will be paid for his apprehension. Chas G Talcott, Sup't R & D R R. se 12--5t
Richmond and Danville Railroad,Superintendent's office,Richmond, Sept. 10, 1863. Ran Away from near Powhatan Station, Richmond and Danville Railroad, Abner, a slave boy hired of Dr. Dorsett. He is about 6 feet high, ginger-bread color, and when spoken to speaks very slow, and is quite an intelligent looking boy. The usual reward will be paid for his apprehension. Chas G Talcott, Sup't R -- D R R. se 12--5t
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