Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 51 total hits in 20 results.
The Uprising in the West--Salt manufacture — the Conscript law. Ball Knob, Giles Co., Va., Sept. 6. I must write a short letter, as your paper is scarce and mine scarcer. On my way to this place, yesterday, I met about fifty volunteers, on foot, and some barefooted, all the way from Jackson county, Va., which is on the Ohio river, on their way to join Gen. Floyd; and you will be glad to hear that eight hundred more, they say, are coming from the same county to join our forces. Some were armed with old Virginia rifles and some with shot guns. All looked cheerful, and seemed to breathe free and stand erect, like freemen released from bondage.--They say the West is rising, and thousands are hemmed in by the few traitors and Yankees that infest the country. Open the way and they will come. Salt, salt, is all the cry here. I left the Washington county Salt Works a few days since and was surprised to learn that four of the Southern States had made contracts to manufactur