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Mount Jackson (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 4
One of Pierpoint's Sheriffs captured. A private letter from Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah county, dated the 18th inst., states that a noted Confederate scout, with five associates, a few days previously, entered the enemy's lines and captured the Sheriff of Berkeley county, under the Pierpoint dynasty. It is said that this official had in his possession some thirty thousand dollars that he had collected from the people of that county.
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One of Pierpoint's Sheriffs captured. A private letter from Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah county, dated the 18th inst., states that a noted Confederate scout, with five associates, a few days previously, entered the enemy's lines and captured the Sheriff of Berkeley county, under the Pierpoint dynasty. It is said that this official had in his possession some thirty thousand dollars that he had collected from the people of that county.
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One of Pierpoint's Sheriffs captured. A private letter from Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah county, dated the 18th inst., states that a noted Confederate scout, with five associates, a few days previously, entered the enemy's lines and captured the Sheriff of Berkeley county, under the Pierpoint dynasty. It is said that this official had in his possession some thirty thousand dollars that he had collected from the people of that county.
One of Pierpoint's Sheriffs captured. A private letter from Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah county, dated the 18th inst., states that a noted Confederate scout, with five associates, a few days previously, entered the enemy's lines and captured the Sheriff of Berkeley county, under the Pierpoint dynasty. It is said that this official had in his possession some thirty thousand dollars that he had collected from the people of that county.