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July 14th, 1861 AD (search for this): article 1
$10 reward --Will be paid for my boy Pleasant, who ranaway on the 20th inst, if delivered to me at my house or to Mr. Hector Davis in the city of Richmond Pleasant is about 18 years old — dark color, not black; very large eyes speaks pleasantly when spoken to, and is supposed to be waiting on soldiers about some of the camps near the city. W. S. Curtin. Hanover, July 14, 1861. jy 24--3tawtf
Hector Davis (search for this): article 1
$10 reward --Will be paid for my boy Pleasant, who ranaway on the 20th inst, if delivered to me at my house or to Mr. Hector Davis in the city of Richmond Pleasant is about 18 years old — dark color, not black; very large eyes speaks pleasantly when spoken to, and is supposed to be waiting on soldiers about some of the camps near the city. W. S. Curtin. Hanover, July 14, 1861. jy 24--3tawtf
W. S. Curtin (search for this): article 1
$10 reward --Will be paid for my boy Pleasant, who ranaway on the 20th inst, if delivered to me at my house or to Mr. Hector Davis in the city of Richmond Pleasant is about 18 years old — dark color, not black; very large eyes speaks pleasantly when spoken to, and is supposed to be waiting on soldiers about some of the camps near the city. W. S. Curtin. Hanover, July 14, 1861. jy 24--3tawtf
Hanover Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
$10 reward --Will be paid for my boy Pleasant, who ranaway on the 20th inst, if delivered to me at my house or to Mr. Hector Davis in the city of Richmond Pleasant is about 18 years old — dark color, not black; very large eyes speaks pleasantly when spoken to, and is supposed to be waiting on soldiers about some of the camps near the city. W. S. Curtin. Hanover, July 14, 1861. jy 24--3tawtf
John J. Werth (search for this): article 1
Wanted. --A few able Negroes at the Carbon Hill Mines, for the balance of the year or by the month. John J. Werth, Agent. ap 17--tf
William Price (search for this): article 1
Subscriptions to the Dispatch. The price of the Daily Dispatch, mailed, is 64 per annum; $2,50 for six months; $1,25 for three months; and 50 cents per month for a less period. Neither the Weekly nor Semi-Weekly will be sent for a less period than twelve months. Price of the former $1, the latter $2 per annum. We make this statement just now, as our terms are not understood by many who order the paper by mail.
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
The battle at Stone Bridge. We give this morning a full and graphic narration of the great battle fought on Sunday last at Stone Bridge, from our special correspondent, who was on the spot and witnessed the fearful scenes which he describes. That in such a conflict victory should have rested upon our banners, will be viewed by the world as an assurance of the moral and physical power of the Confederate States.
Stone Bridge (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
The battle at Stone Bridge. We give this morning a full and graphic narration of the great battle fought on Sunday last at Stone Bridge, from our special correspondent, who was on the spot and witnessed the fearful scenes which he describes. That in such a conflict victory should have rested upon our banners, will be viewed by the world as an assurance of the moral and physical power of the Confederate States. The battle at Stone Bridge. We give this morning a full and graphic narration of the great battle fought on Sunday last at Stone Bridge, from our special correspondent, who was on the spot and witnessed the fearful scenes which he describes. That in such a conflict victory should have rested upon our banners, will be viewed by the world as an assurance of the moral and physical power of the Confederate States.
Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 1
Norfolk, Va., July 23, 1861. The Message of President Davis, received here yesterday, excites much satisfaction. It is an able and candid document, and as such commands an attentive perusal. A salute was this morning fired from the battery at Fort Norfolk, in honor of the victory of our arms at Manassas. A large fleet recently came in the Roads and occasionally ran in the neighborhood of our batteries, then ran away again, fearful of receiving a shot from our guns, from which they have already learned a lesson. The main object of this reconnoitering is, if possible, to gain the location of our batteries. On Thursday nine or ten "crafts" were counted off Craney Island or Sewell's Point, and from their position, one would readily suppose that an attack was immediately to occur; but they very soon went seaward. This movement is attributed to the fact that they are greatly apprehensive of a certain personage at the Gosport Yard, who is superintending naval operati
Kirby Smith (search for this): article 1
movement is attributed to the fact that they are greatly apprehensive of a certain personage at the Gosport Yard, who is superintending naval operations for the Confederacy, which will have an important bearing in our affairs. The young men, Smith and Rust, charged with shooting and stabbing Reynolds and Knight, were acquitted yesterday before the Corporation Court. An interesting spectacle was witnessed after the verdict was given.--The Captain of the Junior Volunteers, of which Messrs. llen his company; but hoped that harmony would again unite them with their brother soldiers in breasting one common enemy — the invaders of our soil. This drew out some happy remarks from the Colonel of one of the Alabama Regiments, of which Messrs. Smith and Rust are members, who, like the Captain of the "Volunteers," deeply lamented the occurrence which had taken place between the members of the two companies, and assured him that Alabama was the daughter of Virginia, and that hand in hand t
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