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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1864., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
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Confederate Congress. Senate. Monday, December 26, 1864. House currency bill was received and referred to the Finance Committee. The Chair laid before the Senate a communication from the Secretary of the Treasury recommending the passage of an act providing that all four per cent. bonds and certificates received under the act of 17th of February, 1864, in payment of taxes, be considered as redeemed, and be cancelled, and charged against any funds in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. The communication was ordered to be printed. On motion, by Mr. Hill, of Georgia, the Senate resolved into secret session. The doors being opened, on motion, by Mr. Barnwell, the Senate adjourned.
Five Hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from my farm, in Fluvanna county, Virginia on the 21st instant, two Negro men — Charles and Giles. Charles is about twenty-two years old, of a tawny color, and about five feet ten inches high, and has a mole on the side of his neck. Giles is a mulatto, about five feet nine inches high; has a small depression in his jaw, caused by a defective tooth; stammers a little, and has his hair cut short. He has a free woman for a wife who resides in Manchester, Virginia. I will give the above reward of $500 for both, or $250 for either, upon their delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co., of Richmond, who are my agents. Robert Alvis. Fluvanna county. de 27--5t
One thousand Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on Friday night last, one Negro Boy, named Phil, purchased from David Baker, Jr. He is about eighteen years of age, with slightly bumpy face, and of black color. He was originally owned in Madison county, and may be trying to get back there. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co. or Ro. H. Davis. de 27--ts
Two Hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from Mrs. Lucy C. Binford, on the 21st instant, Lucinda, a dark brown negro woman, aged about twenty years; of medium size. She were away a dark red calico dress, with black sack. She took away considerable clothing. She was raised in Hanover county, at the head of the Mechanicville turnpike road, and may be lurking in that neighborhood or about Richmond. I will pay the above reward of two Hundred Dollars for her delivery to me, or to Hill, Dickinson & Co., Auctioneers, Richmond. J. B. Keesee, Administrator of William A. Binford. Henrico county, December 23, 1864. de 24--3t*