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Adolphus Archer (search for this): article 16
Worthy of notice. --A correspondent writes as follows from Amelia Court-House, Va.: "Pompey Scott, a slave of Adolphus Archer, of this county, to-day contributed twenty dollars to be expended for the comfort of the volunteers of this county. He is a very intelligent servant, and understands what he is giving his money for. I wonder what Abe and his myrmidons would think of this? He says he wants it known that he is ready to give his money to support the war."
Pompey Scott (search for this): article 16
Worthy of notice. --A correspondent writes as follows from Amelia Court-House, Va.: "Pompey Scott, a slave of Adolphus Archer, of this county, to-day contributed twenty dollars to be expended for the comfort of the volunteers of this county. He is a very intelligent servant, and understands what he is giving his money for. I wonder what Abe and his myrmidons would think of this? He says he wants it known that he is ready to give his money to support the war."
Amelia Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 16
Worthy of notice. --A correspondent writes as follows from Amelia Court-House, Va.: "Pompey Scott, a slave of Adolphus Archer, of this county, to-day contributed twenty dollars to be expended for the comfort of the volunteers of this county. He is a very intelligent servant, and understands what he is giving his money for. I wonder what Abe and his myrmidons would think of this? He says he wants it known that he is ready to give his money to support the war."