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April 20th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
Ran away--$100 reward --From Sherwood, (the late residence of Roger B. Atkinson, dec'd, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862, a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey freck coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn, through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was arrested and lodged in jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men, (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said negro in some jail so that I got him again, besides all reasonable expenses. My
, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862, a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey freck coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn, through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was arrested and lodged in jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men, (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said negro in some jail so that I got him again, besides all reasonable expenses. My address is Non-intervention P. O, Lunenburg county, Va. my 29--12* Sanford J Ramey.
Roger B. Atkinson (search for this): article 1
Ran away--$100 reward --From Sherwood, (the late residence of Roger B. Atkinson, dec'd, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862, a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey freck coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn, through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was arrested and lodged in jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men, (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said negro in some jail so that I got him again, besides all reasonable expenses. M
Loudoun (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Ran away--$100 reward --From Sherwood, (the late residence of Roger B. Atkinson, dec'd, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862, a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey freck coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn, through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was arrested and lodged in jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men, (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said negro in some jail so that I got him again, besides all reasonable expenses. M
Lunenburg (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Ran away--$100 reward --From Sherwood, (the late residence of Roger B. Atkinson, dec'd, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862, a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey freck coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn, through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in Marc jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men, (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said negro in some jail so that I got him again, besides all reasonable expenses. My address is Non-intervention P. O, Lunenburg county, Va. my 29--12* Sanford J Ramey.
Hanover Court House (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862, a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey freck coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn, through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was arrested and lodged in jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men, (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said negro in some jail so that I got him again, besides all reasonable expenses. My address is Non-intervention P. O, Lunenburg county, Va. my 29--12* Sanford J Ramey.
Hessian bravery. --Gen. Nelson, who commanded the 4th Federal division in the battle of Shiloh, in his official report thus gives the result of his observations on approaching the battle field: "I found cowering under the river bank, when I crossed, from 7,000 to 10,000 men, frantic with fright, after demoratized, who received my gallant division with cries" "that we are whipped," cut to pieces, etc., etc. They were insensible in shame and tried both on them, and indignant at
April, 2 AD (search for this): article 10
Hessian bravery. --Gen. Nelson, who commanded the 4th Federal division in the battle of Shiloh, in his official report thus gives the result of his observations on approaching the battle field: "I found cowering under the river bank, when I crossed, from 7,000 to 10,000 men, frantic with fright, after demoratized, who received my gallant division with cries" "that we are whipped," cut to pieces, etc., etc. They were insensible in shame and tried both on them, and indignant at
First Baltimore Rangers. --Capt Thomas J-Goodrick is now engaged in raising, and has nearly perfected the organization, of a corps of mounted riflemen, to be called as above. It will be the mission of this company to aid in the redemption of Maryland from the clutches of her oppressors. Natives of that State, and others favorable to the objects proposed, will please read the advertisement for recruits, to be found in another column of this paper.
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 10
First Baltimore Rangers. --Capt Thomas J-Goodrick is now engaged in raising, and has nearly perfected the organization, of a corps of mounted riflemen, to be called as above. It will be the mission of this company to aid in the redemption of Maryland from the clutches of her oppressors. Natives of that State, and others favorable to the objects proposed, will please read the advertisement for recruits, to be found in another column of this paper.
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