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Gustavus Credson (search for this): article 3
Virginians in the battle of Shiloh, New Hope, Va, May 28, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch: In a recent issue of your paper I notice the names of several Virginians mentioned as having participated in the great battle of Shiloh. I wish to add another. I refer to Gustavus Credson. He is a native of Albemarle county, but removed several years ago with his parents to Shelby county, Tennessee, where he has been since living. He is not yet eighteen years of age and joined the army soon after the commencement of hostilities; thus furnishing another of the numberless illustrations of the unyielding determination of the Southern people of all classes to drive back the invaders or perish in the attempt. S.
Shelby (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 3
Virginians in the battle of Shiloh, New Hope, Va, May 28, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch: In a recent issue of your paper I notice the names of several Virginians mentioned as having participated in the great battle of Shiloh. I wish to add another. I refer to Gustavus Credson. He is a native of Albemarle county, but removed several years ago with his parents to Shelby county, Tennessee, where he has been since living. He is not yet eighteen years of age and joined the army soon after the commencement of hostilities; thus furnishing another of the numberless illustrations of the unyielding determination of the Southern people of all classes to drive back the invaders or perish in the attempt. S.
Albemarle (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 3
Virginians in the battle of Shiloh, New Hope, Va, May 28, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch: In a recent issue of your paper I notice the names of several Virginians mentioned as having participated in the great battle of Shiloh. I wish to add another. I refer to Gustavus Credson. He is a native of Albemarle county, but removed several years ago with his parents to Shelby county, Tennessee, where he has been since living. He is not yet eighteen years of age and joined the army soon after the commencement of hostilities; thus furnishing another of the numberless illustrations of the unyielding determination of the Southern people of all classes to drive back the invaders or perish in the attempt. S.
A negro Thief. --A man named James Austin, a native of England, who has been for the past twelve months a resident of the Confederate States, was arrested on Monday night, and committed to the jail in this city, on the most undoubted evidence that he had been endeavoring to induce negroes to ran away Some days since Marshal Maxwell learned that a white man had endeavored to induce a negro belonging to Mr. Englehardt to leave the city with him, and at once went to work to set a trap to catch the rogue. The negro was told to inform Mr. Austin that two other negroes also wished to get away, and desired to see him. A meeting was arranged for, and on Monday night the Marshal and another gentleman, haunted and colored as becomes descendants of Haet, went with the negro to the place of rendezvous. They were soon joined by Mr. A., who was rejoiced at the apparent success of his enterprise, and at once unfolded his plans. It was arranged that they should all leave the city next Friday
James Austin (search for this): article 4
A negro Thief. --A man named James Austin, a native of England, who has been for the past twelve months a resident of the Confederate States, was arrested on Monday night, and committed to the jail in this city, on the most undoubted evidence that he had been endeavoring to induce negroes to ran away Some days since Marshal Maxwell learned that a white man had endeavored to induce a negro belonging to Mr. Englehardt to leave the city with him, and at once went to work to set a trap to catch the rogue. The negro was told to inform Mr. Austin that two other negroes also wished to get away, and desired to see him. A meeting was arranged for, and on Monday night the Marshal and another gentleman, haunted and colored as becomes descendants of Haet, went with the negro to the place of rendezvous. They were soon joined by Mr. A., who was rejoiced at the apparent success of his enterprise, and at once unfolded his plans. It was arranged that they should all leave the city next Friday
Englehardt (search for this): article 4
A negro Thief. --A man named James Austin, a native of England, who has been for the past twelve months a resident of the Confederate States, was arrested on Monday night, and committed to the jail in this city, on the most undoubted evidence that he had been endeavoring to induce negroes to ran away Some days since Marshal Maxwell learned that a white man had endeavored to induce a negro belonging to Mr. Englehardt to leave the city with him, and at once went to work to set a trap to catch the rogue. The negro was told to inform Mr. Austin that two other negroes also wished to get away, and desired to see him. A meeting was arranged for, and on Monday night the Marshal and another gentleman, haunted and colored as becomes descendants of Haet, went with the negro to the place of rendezvous. They were soon joined by Mr. A., who was rejoiced at the apparent success of his enterprise, and at once unfolded his plans. It was arranged that they should all leave the city next Friday
United States (United States) (search for this): article 4
A negro Thief. --A man named James Austin, a native of England, who has been for the past twelve months a resident of the Confederate States, was arrested on Monday night, and committed to the jail in this city, on the most undoubted evidence that he had been endeavoring to induce negroes to ran away Some days since Marshal Maxwell learned that a white man had endeavored to induce a negro belonging to Mr. Englehardt to leave the city with him, and at once went to work to set a trap to catch the rogue. The negro was told to inform Mr. Austin that two other negroes also wished to get away, and desired to see him. A meeting was arranged for, and on Monday night the Marshal and another gentleman, haunted and colored as becomes descendants of Haet, went with the negro to the place of rendezvous. They were soon joined by Mr. A., who was rejoiced at the apparent success of his enterprise, and at once unfolded his plans. It was arranged that they should all leave the city next Friday
Dr. Francis Poreber, a venerable and well known physician, died in Greenville, S.C., on the 27th of May An altercation occurred a few days ago in Danville, Va, between James M Hodnett and Nelson S. Griffin, which resulted in the serious wounding of both.
Dr. Francis Poreber, a venerable and well known physician, died in Greenville, S.C., on the 27th of May An altercation occurred a few days ago in Danville, Va, between James M Hodnett and Nelson S. Griffin, which resulted in the serious wounding of both.
Dr. Francis Poreber, a venerable and well known physician, died in Greenville, S.C., on the 27th of May An altercation occurred a few days ago in Danville, Va, between James M Hodnett and Nelson S. Griffin, which resulted in the serious wounding of both.
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