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The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], The capture of an Express train on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. (search)
ersations with Lieutenant. General Winfield (or Wingfield) Scott, insisting at the same time, upon the title of its author, st of all supposed to afford the key to his real character, Scott will go down to posterity in company with that memorable diir minds.--No one has drawn himself with more fidelity than Scott, and we have the picture in the words which we have recordet. Such as he wrote himself down on this occasion, has Scott been through his whole life. A few acts of frantic valor iate race, but they had been cowed by repeated defeat before Scott had anything to do with them. This campaign, notwithstandiricked the public, and it burst, never to be restored. Scott has now taken up the trade of a prophet, with what pretensierhaul his accounts and prove him a defaulter, and does not Scott boast of his long memory? P. S.--We forgot to record aforgot to record among Scott's sayings the "hasty plate of soup," and the "fire in the rear." They are both characteristic.
200 dollars reward --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 19th inst, my boy Austen. The said boy is about 16 years old, about five feet high, and of a light brown complexion. He look with him my dark bay horse, small in size, but compact and in good order. Austen has a high forchek but narrow, and his hair extends very low on either side. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to Messrs Lee & Bowman, in Richmond, or secured in any jail, and the recovery of the horse. D. Scott, Bostland P. O, Esser co, Va. ja 26--ts