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The Daily Dispatch: July 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], Will the Western Powers of Europe permit the Union to be restored? (search)
Runaways-$210 reward. --Absconded from the defensive works around Richmond the following free negroes, impressed from Richmond.-- John H. Brown. John H. Campbell. Patrick Coleman. Nicholas Pleasants, Timothy Roper. Junius Thomas, George Drew, By the act of the Virginia Legislature, passed 12th February, 1863, to provide for the enrollment and employment of free repress in the public service, these negroes being to the rules and regulations of the articles of war, are deserter, and a reward of thirty dollars each will be paid for their apprehension and delivers to Capt. W. G Tiepin at Engineers' office, corner 19th, and Cary sts. W. H. Stevens. Col. Eng. jy 30--6t
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her. W. H. Stevens, corner of Nineteen hand Franklin Streets, of Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
m Maryland, Mr. Creswell, and Pennsylvania, Mr. Stevens. The epithets of the campaign are re-appli to ascertain what the rebels will do. Mr. Stevens--I do not agree with Mr. Greeley, though I geance, his notions of negro equality. Mr. Stevens--I do not believe in negro equality. Mman believe all men are created equal? Mr. Stevens--Equal before the law. Mr. Cox--Black e gentleman from Pennsylvania himself. Mr. Stevens--They would not let me come back. Mr. last year, the gentleman from Pennsylvania (Mr. Stevens) said that we had acknowledged the South asccupy the position they did last year. Mr. Stevens--To what does the gentleman refer? Mr. Pruyn--Your speech of last year! Mr. Stevens--I still maintain that the South, having proclai says they are not a conquered nation. Mr. Stevens--I said no such thing! Mr. Pruyn--Then to execute vengeance on these people. Mr. Stevens--I applied Scripture to show the Lord punis
Two Hundred and Fifty dollars reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her W. H. Stevens. corner of Nineteen hand Franklin streets, or Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
Two Hundred and Fifty dollars reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her. W. H. Stevens. corner of Nineteenth and Franklin streets, or Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
The Daily Dispatch: January 13, 1865., [Electronic resource], The battle of Franklin--an Authentic Description. (search)
Two Hundred and fifty Dollars reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her. W. H. Stevens, corner of Nineteenth and Franklin streets, or Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
Two Hundred and fifty Dollars Reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January, 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her. W. H. Stevens, corner of Nineteenth and Franklin streets, or Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her. W. H. Stevens, corner of Nineteenth and Franklin streets, or Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
Two hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Left my residence, on the night of January 6, 1865, a negro girl, named Frances. She is about five feet six inches high; chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in jail, or otherwise, so I can get her. W. H. Stevens, corner of Nineteenth and Franklin streets, or Samuel Price & Co., Main street. ja 10--6t
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