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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Arrival of
Death of a soldier --Mr. Wm. H Waddell. a member of the Halifax Light Infantry, died recently at Camp Page, near Williamsburg. Va. The members of the company held a meeting and passed suitable resolutions of respect and sympathy.
The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Fatal Accident. (search)
Fatal Accident. --Col. Wm. C. formerly of Lewisburg, Va., was killed miles below Charleston. Kanawha few days ago, by the wheel of a cannoning over his body.
The Daily Dispatch: August 6, 1861., [Electronic resource],
Twenty-five dollars reward (search)
Acknowledgment Messrs. Editors:--Please acknowledge, through your paper, the following contributions to the sick and wounded soldiers: Lieut Wm C Carrington, Co D, 19th Reg't Va Vols, Howardsville, Va$10.00 Committee of Rixbon, N C, through G D Satterfield132.00 J Dixson, Wilmington, N C25.00 J C W, Norfolk, Va50.00 Citizens of Henrico, through Josiah Dabb12.50 Edmund Ruffin, Hanover, Va60.00 Dr J J Tompkins, Norfolk, one barrel sweet potatoes Jas. Kyle, Fayetteviltterfield132.00 J Dixson, Wilmington, N C25.00 J C W, Norfolk, Va50.00 Citizens of Henrico, through Josiah Dabb12.50 Edmund Ruffin, Hanover, Va60.00 Dr J J Tompkins, Norfolk, one barrel sweet potatoes Jas. Kyle, Fayetteville, N C, 192 dozen eggs. Mrs Wm T Martin, Mrs Macon Trabue, and Mrs James Gregory, sheets, drawers, linens, &c. Box, per Southern Express Co, to Jos Mayo, Esq, containing clothing, bandages, liquor, &c. Isaac W. Walker, Chairman Committee Collections.
The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Northern war News. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: September 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], A brave woman. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: September 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Appointment. (search)
Appointment. --Dr. Wm. H. I' Anson, late editor of the Petersburg Bulletin, has been appointed Brigade Quartermaster, with the rank of Major, on Gen. Grayson's staff, Fla. Dr. I' Anson was Sargeou of the Virginia Regiment in Mexico, and was a popular and efficient officer.
The Daily Dispatch: October 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Runaway
Yankee recaptured. (search)
A Runaway Yankee recaptured. --A Federal soldier named Washburne, formerly of the 4th Maine regiment, escaped from the prison (Ross's factory) in this city on Wednesday night last, but was recaptured yesterday at Tunstall's Depot, New Kent county, and returned to his old quarters. The arrest was made by Dr. Tazewell Tyler, Mr. Apperson, and Mr. Wm. W. New.
The Daily Dispatch: November 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], From
Suspected person. --A ragged specimen of humanity, named John Dulaney, was brought to this city yesterday by special constable Wm. L Stanley, of Hanover, on suspicion of being a spy. The prisoner was carried before the Mayor, who said that he would investigate the matter, and in case the charge was sustained he would be turned over to the Government authorities; but if not, he would send him back to Hanover, since there were already as many vagabonds in Richmond as the good of society required.