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The Daily Dispatch: December 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Averill's movements in Western Virginia. (search)
Two hundred dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension and confinement in jail of my servant John, who ran away from my mother's, in Powhatan county, Va, about the middle of July last. Said negro man is about 5 feet 11 inches high, black, features quite prominent. He is 28 years old, and was purchased in the neighborhood of Clover Hill coal mines in the winter of 1880, where he may be now loitering. Address. E J Moseley, M D, Wm H Shanden, Se, 622, Richmond, Va. de 17--7t
riculture shall be deducted the value of the tax in kind delivered therefrom, as assessed under the law imposing it, and delivered to the Government; Provided, That no credit shall be allowed beyond five per cent. II. On the value of gold and sliver wares and plate, jewels, jewelry, and watches, ten per cent. III. The value of property taxed under this section shall be assessed on the basis of the market value of the same, or similar property in the neighborhood where assessed in the year 1880, except in cases where land, slaves, cotton, or tobacco have been purchased since the 1st day of January, 1862, in which case the said land, slaves, cotton, and tobacco so purchased, shall be assessed at the price actually paid for the same by the owner. Sec. 2. On the value of all slaves or interests held in any bank, banking company, or association, canal, navigation, importing, exporting, insurance, manufacturing, telegraph, express, railroad, and dry dock companies of every kind, whet
Great Britain into mourning; for, loyal as the English generally are, no prince or princess had ever been so popular as Charlotte; who appears, indeed, to have richly deserved all the affection so profusely lavished upon her by the people. From that time, for many years, the name of Leopold very rarely occurs in the history of Europe. The crown of Greece was offered to him when that country was erected into a kingdom, but be rejected it without the slightest hesitation. The revolution of 1880 extended from Paris to Brussels — the Belgians shook off the yoke of the Prince of Orange and separated from Holland. After a war of short duration, between France and Belgium on one side, and Holland on the other, the separation was confirmed.--The Belgians chose Leopold, who had married a daughter of Louis Phillippe, King of the French, for their King, and their choice was confirmed by France and England. From that time until his death, Leopold has been King of Belgium, or rather, we bel
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