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elves for this peculiar service. Suitable officers will be appointed to receive the names of volunteers and organize the force as rapidly as possible. An officer for this purpose will be found at the Capital, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. Regulations for the government of the corps will be forthwith prescribed. The corps will be entitled to the same story with the Militia when called into actual service. Each volunteer will bring with him such as he may be able to procure. It is needless to appeal to the patriotism of the people of Richmond and the surrounding counties. They have heretofore evinced their spirit and said by ardently responding to every call upon and will never be found wanting. Given under my hand, and under the zeal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 25th day of May, 1862. and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor. George W. May. Ord. Secretary of the Commonwealth. my 27--3t
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selves for this peculiar service. Suitable officers will be appointed to receive the names of volunteers and organize the force as rapidly as possible. An officer for this purpose will be found at the Capital, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. Regulations for the government of the corps will be forthwith prescribed. The corps will be entitled to the same story with the Militia when called into actual service. Each volunteer will bring with him such as he may be able to procure. It is needless to appeal to the patriotism of the people of Richmond and the surrounding counties. They have heretofore evinced their spirit and said by ardently responding to every call upon and will never be found wanting. Given under my hand, and under the zeal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 25th day of May, 1862. and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor. George W. May. Ord. Secretary of the Commonwealth. my 27--3t
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selves for this peculiar service. Suitable officers will be appointed to receive the names of volunteers and organize the force as rapidly as possible. An officer for this purpose will be found at the Capital, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. Regulations for the government of the corps will be forthwith prescribed. The corps will be entitled to the same story with the Militia when called into actual service. Each volunteer will bring with him such as he may be able to procure. It is needless to appeal to the patriotism of the people of Richmond and the surrounding counties. They have heretofore evinced their spirit and said by ardently responding to every call upon and will never be found wanting. Given under my hand, and under the zeal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 25th day of May, 1862. and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor. George W. May. Ord. Secretary of the Commonwealth. my 27--3t
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elves for this peculiar service. Suitable officers will be appointed to receive the names of volunteers and organize the force as rapidly as possible. An officer for this purpose will be found at the Capital, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. Regulations for the government of the corps will be forthwith prescribed. The corps will be entitled to the same story with the Militia when called into actual service. Each volunteer will bring with him such as he may be able to procure. It is needless to appeal to the patriotism of the people of Richmond and the surrounding counties. They have heretofore evinced their spirit and said by ardently responding to every call upon and will never be found wanting. Given under my hand, and under the zeal of the Commonwealth, at Richmond, this 25th day of May, 1862. and in the eighty-sixth year of the Commonwealth. John Letcher. By the Governor. George W. May. Ord. Secretary of the Commonwealth. my 27--3t
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By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. --In order to relieve the forces who are now employed in protecting the bridges across James River; and guarding the prisoners in this city, and to place them in more active service on our important defences; and allaying are many citizens of Richmond and the surrounding counties who will cheerfully volunteer for each duty; L. John Letcher, Governor of the Commonwealth do hereby invoke all such persons, without regard to age, to come forward immediately and enroll themselves for this peculiar service. Suitable officers will be appointed to receive the names of volunteers and organize the force as rapidly as possible. An officer for this purpose will be found at the Capital, in the Hall of the House of Delegates. Regulations for the government of the corps will be forthwith prescribed. The corps will be entitled to the same story with the Militia when called into actual service. Each volunteer will bring with him such as he may
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Wanted — a Substitute, for the war, in a good Cavalry company, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply immediately at the Rough and Ready Saloon, at the corner of 9th and Main streets, opposite General Winder's office, my 26--3t* A. J. Hall.
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Wanted — a Substitute, for the war, in a good Cavalry company, for which a liberal price will be paid. Apply immediately at the Rough and Ready Saloon, at the corner of 9th and Main streets, opposite General Winder's office, my 26--3t* A. J. Hall.
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$100 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, living in Hayneville, Ala., on or about the 17th of March last, Ben. a likely mulatto boy, aged about 21 years; about five and a half feet high; weighs about 140 pounds, has a fine set of teeth; a smiling, pleasant countenance, and is prompt in reply when addressed. It is known that he was in Montgomery. Ala., on 1st April, and it is believed that he was soon in Richmond, Va., about the 24th April, dressed in uniform, with a sword suspended by his side. He was raised in the neighborhood of Knoxville, Tenn., and was brought from Knoxville to Montgomery. The above reward will be paid for his lodgment in jail, and information furnished, so that I will get him. P. S.--He is a pretty fair carriage smith and a tolerable bricklayer, and it is believed he has changed his name. William D. Sherman. Hayneville, Lowndes co., Ala., May 19, 1862. my 27--12t*
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$100 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, living in Hayneville, Ala., on or about the 17th of March last, Ben. a likely mulatto boy, aged about 21 years; about five and a half feet high; weighs about 140 pounds, has a fine set of teeth; a smiling, pleasant countenance, and is prompt in reply when addressed. It is known that he was in Montgomery. Ala., on 1st April, and it is believed that he was soon in Richmond, Va., about the 24th April, dressed in uniform, with a sword suspended by his side. He was raised in the neighborhood of Knoxville, Tenn., and was brought from Knoxville to Montgomery. The above reward will be paid for his lodgment in jail, and information furnished, so that I will get him. P. S.--He is a pretty fair carriage smith and a tolerable bricklayer, and it is believed he has changed his name. William D. Sherman. Hayneville, Lowndes co., Ala., May 19, 1862. my 27--12t*
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$100 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, living in Hayneville, Ala., on or about the 17th of March last, Ben. a likely mulatto boy, aged about 21 years; about five and a half feet high; weighs about 140 pounds, has a fine set of teeth; a smiling, pleasant countenance, and is prompt in reply when addressed. It is known that he was in Montgomery. Ala., on 1st April, and it is believed that he was soon in Richmond, Va., about the 24th April, dressed in uniform, with a sword suspended by his side. He was raised in the neighborhood of Knoxville, Tenn., and was brought from Knoxville to Montgomery. The above reward will be paid for his lodgment in jail, and information furnished, so that I will get him. P. S.--He is a pretty fair carriage smith and a tolerable bricklayer, and it is believed he has changed his name. William D. Sherman. Hayneville, Lowndes co., Ala., May 19, 1862. my 27--12t*
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