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Richmond and Danville Railroad,Superintendent's Office,Richmond, Sept. 10, 1863. Ran Away from near Powhatan Station, Richmond and Danville Railroad, Abnes, 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 E R. se 12--5t
The Daily Dispatch: September 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Richmond and Danville Railroad, Superintendent's office, (search)
Richmond and Danville Railroad, Superintendent's office, Richmond, Sept. 9th, 1863 Ran Away, August 31st, 1863, from near Mossingford Station, R & D R R, Albert, a slave belonging to Mr. Jeffries, and hired by the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company. He is a bright negro, about 5 feet 6 inches high, speaks quick when spoken to. He may be lurking in the neighborhood of Keysville. The usual reward will be paid for his apprehension. Chas G Talcott, Superintendent. ce 10--5t
Richmond and Danville Railroad, Superintendent's Office, Richmond, Sept. 10, 1863. Ran Away from near Powhatan Station, Richmond and Danville Railroad, Abnen, a slave boy hired of Dr. Dorsett. He is about 5 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
The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Casualties among General officers on both Sides during the War. (search)
Bayard, Fredericksburg; C F Jackson, Fredericksburg; Joshua W Sill, Stone river; E N Kirk, Stone river; Edmund Kirby, Chancellorsville; Geo Boomer, Vicksburg; Stephen H Weed, Gettysburg; E J Farnsworth, Gettysburg; S K Zook, Gettysburg; Geo C Strong, Morris Island; W H Lytle, Chickamauga. Died.--Maj Gens C F Smith, O M Mitchell, Wm Nelson, E V Sumner. Brig Gens J H Helm, R L McCook, F E Patterson, Thos Welsh, C D Jamison, J B Plummer, Jas Cooper. Resigned.--Maj-Gens E D Morgan, Chas S Hamilton, C M Clay, R J Oglesby. Brig-Gens J W Phelps, C M Thurston, J W Denver, Willis A Gorman, Jas Craig, T T Crittenden, A C Harding, M S Wade, Wm G Campbell, Jas Shields, John Cochrane, Thos F Meagher, Leonard F Ross, C C Dodge. Cashiered.--Maj-Gen Fitzjohn Porter. Dismissed.--Brig-Gen J W Revere. The following is a list of the Confederate Generals killed or died from wounds received in battle: General A S Johnston, Shiloh; Lieut-Gen T J Jackson, Chancellorsvil
and 12 prs socks; N W Hightower, 6 prs socks, for Co E, 23d Va reg't; M Blair & Co, 4 quarters beef, estimated at 450 lbs; B--, 2 bbls flour; The ladies of Gamble's Hill, 20 prs gloves; Mrs. Kate H Friend, 5 prs of socks; Mrs. Hansborough, 2 pairs of socks. The Christian co-operation of Southeastern Va, per Rev W J Pettigrew, $46; Mrs. G--, 50; G W Wilson, 200; a Virginia lady, a $10 bank note, equal to 30; Henry A Holiday and wife, Spotsylvania, 24; a friend to the poor, per G W Sagby, 50; Chas E Caylett, 1st Co Washington Artillery, N O, proceeds of sale of songs, 15; Proceeds of tableau given by young ladies of Charlotte and Lunenburg counties, per Mrs. Elizabeth Lee, Treasurer, 425.15; Geo W Wilson, 100; Mrs. Pattle S Jones, Charlotte, 50; Mrs. Beverly Roy, Essex, per Dr. J N Powell, 50; E Fontaine, Hanover, 29; John Randolph Tucker, 50; Mr. A, 20; R P, of Drewry's Bluff; 20; A D Smith, Surgeon 62d Georgia reg't, 10; Dr. Skipwith, 10; Rev S B Wilson, D D, Union F Sem, 20; Mrs. K,
Runaway--$100 reward. --Ran away, a negro woman, with a male child two months old; has bad teeth, rather small hands and feet; is a seam stress; stands 5 feet 4 inches, square built, high check bones; of good manners; raised in Charleston; answers to the name of Maria Grant. She has been missing a month, and is supposed to be secreted in Richmond, Manchester, or suburbs. Any person finding her, or giving information where she can be found, will receive the above reward, by lodging her in jail, or at John B Davis's or Dickinson & Hill's jail. Chas M Chambers. no 16--6t*
Runaway--$200 reward. --Ran away, a negro woman, with a male child two months old; has had teeth, rather small hands and feet; is a seamstress; stands 5 feet 4 inches, square built, high cheek bones; of good manners; raised in Charleston; answers to the name of Maria Grant. She has been missing a month, and is supposed to be secreted in Richmond, Manchester, or suburbs. Any person finding her, or giving information where she can be found, will receive the above reward, by lodging her in jail, or at John B Davis's or Dickinson & Hill's jail. Chas M Chambers. no 16--6t*
d to the Committee on Chaplains of the Army. The hour having arrived, the Conference was resolved into a prayer meeting, conducted by the Bishop. After which the Conference adjourned. Appointments for the Sabbath. The following appointments were made for preaching on to-morrow, (Sunday,) the 22d inst: Methodist Churches--Broad Street Methodist--11 A M, Bishop G P Pierce, and ordination of Deaconst 3½ P M, Sacramental services; 7½ P M, Dr. Wm A Smith. Centenary--11 A M, Chas H Hail; 7½ P M, L M Lee, and ordination of Eiders. Clay Street--11 A M, L T Reid; 7½ P M, J S Lindsay. Trinity--11 A M, H B Cowles; 7½ P M, R O Burton. Union Station--11 A M, Jas P Garland; 7½P M, W E Judkins. Manchester--11 A M, Oscar Littleton; 7½ P M, H B Guy. Sidney--11 A M, M S Colonna. Oregon--11 A M, Jas B Fitzpatrick. Rocketts--11 A M, James A Crowder. Third Street African--11 A M, J W Howard; 3 ½ P M, J L Clark. Baptist Churches.--Leigh Street--11 A M, Thos T Campbell.
Runaway--$200 reward. --Ran away, a negro woman, with a male child two months old; has bad teeth, rather small hands and feet; is a seam stress, stands 5 feet 4 inches, square built, high check bones, of good manners; raised in Charleston; answers to the name of Maris Grant. She has been missing a month, and is supposed to be secreted in Richmond, Manchester, or suburbs. Any person finding her, or giving information where she can be found, will receive the above reward, by lodging her in jail, or at John B Davis's or Dickinson & Hill's jail. Chas M Chambers. no 16--6t*
Runaway--$200 reward. --Ran away, a negro woman, with a male child two months old, has bad teeth, rather small hands and feet, is a seamstress; stands 5 feet 4 inches, square built, high check bones of good manners; raised in Charleston; answers to the name of Maria Grant. She has been missing a month, and is supposed to be secreted in Richmond. Manchester, or suburbs. Any person finding her, or giving information where she can be found, will receive the above reward, by lodging her in jail, or at John B Davis's or Dickinson & Hill's jail. Chas M Chambers. no 16--6t
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