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October 25th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
Destruction of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad--the Difficulties of the soldiers — Burials, &c.[Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Winchester, Va., Oct. 25th, 1862. The army is now lying quietly in camp, with but excitement. Every few days a brigade or division is sent forward to destroy some part of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Most of it within reach of the army has been destroyed. They tear up the rails and then, pile them together in large heaps along the road and when some eight or ten miles have thus been piled together the whole is fired at once. The boys like this fun very much.--The Cumberland tunnel I understand, has also been destroyed in the last few days. It will certainly take Yankee ingenuity some time to clear this tunnel, for but few can get in to work at it at once, whereas bridges and such like can be formed miles away and carried to their destination already fitted together. This, together with the partial destruction of the Chesapeake an
Valley Mountain (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
It same trotting briskly up the street, in real business style, with a large dog barking at the nose of the horse as it passed. I could not but shudder at such a sight, in the midst of refined people, and think to myself that surely it must be owing to the negligence of some one. I know not why the Confederacy cannot furnish decent coffins for her soldiers, in a country where nothing but energy is required to obtain anything that is wanted. Such scenes are excusable at such points as Valley Mountain and Sewell Mountain, but not at all so at Winchester. To make this, a bad matter, worse, I have just been informed by a friend, just returned from the burying-ground to attend the remains of one in whom we all at this hospital feel a special interest, that there were no graves dug, and that there were no lass than forty one coffins lying on the ground. Some of these had lain there for several days, and seemingly with little prospect of being interred at an early hour. --Seeing the sta
Sewell Mountain (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
skly up the street, in real business style, with a large dog barking at the nose of the horse as it passed. I could not but shudder at such a sight, in the midst of refined people, and think to myself that surely it must be owing to the negligence of some one. I know not why the Confederacy cannot furnish decent coffins for her soldiers, in a country where nothing but energy is required to obtain anything that is wanted. Such scenes are excusable at such points as Valley Mountain and Sewell Mountain, but not at all so at Winchester. To make this, a bad matter, worse, I have just been informed by a friend, just returned from the burying-ground to attend the remains of one in whom we all at this hospital feel a special interest, that there were no graves dug, and that there were no lass than forty one coffins lying on the ground. Some of these had lain there for several days, and seemingly with little prospect of being interred at an early hour. --Seeing the state of affairs, my fr
October 28th (search for this): article 1
Capture of a Steamer. Charleston, Oct. 28. -- hire this evening of the capture, in Bull's Bay, of the steamship Anglia, laden with valuable army stores, and bound to Charleston. When the Anglia left Nassau news had been received that the Yankees are working night and day on iron-clads with a view of attacking Charleston soon.
Nassau River (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 1
Capture of a Steamer. Charleston, Oct. 28. -- hire this evening of the capture, in Bull's Bay, of the steamship Anglia, laden with valuable army stores, and bound to Charleston. When the Anglia left Nassau news had been received that the Yankees are working night and day on iron-clads with a view of attacking Charleston soon.
Bull's Bay, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
Capture of a Steamer. Charleston, Oct. 28. -- hire this evening of the capture, in Bull's Bay, of the steamship Anglia, laden with valuable army stores, and bound to Charleston. When the Anglia left Nassau news had been received that the Yankees are working night and day on iron-clads with a view of attacking Charleston soon.
Ranaway --From my residence on 5th street; beyond Leigh, a Negro Girl, apparently about 14 years old. named Diana. One of her upper front teeth is broken off; she is about four feet ten inches high, and had on a dress, narrow red check stripe. I will give $10 for her delivery to me. [oc 24--3t*] J. M. Baker.
Ranaway --From my residence on 5th street; beyond Leigh, a Negro Girl, apparently about 14 years old. named Diana. One of her upper front teeth is broken off; she is about four feet ten inches high, and had on a dress, narrow red check stripe. I will give $10 for her delivery to me. [oc 24--3t*] J. M. Baker.
J. M. Baker (search for this): article 1
Ranaway --From my residence on 5th street; beyond Leigh, a Negro Girl, apparently about 14 years old. named Diana. One of her upper front teeth is broken off; she is about four feet ten inches high, and had on a dress, narrow red check stripe. I will give $10 for her delivery to me. [oc 24--3t*] J. M. Baker.
William Elliott (search for this): article 1
For Hire --A Negro Woman, for the balance of the year. She is a good cook, washer and ironer. Apply (for two days) at Messrs. Williams & Elliott's Hardware store, No. 67 Main street, between the hours of 3 and 5 P. M. oc 30--1t* Dr. James C. Williams.
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