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October 10th, 1863 AD (search for this): article 1
s a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all probability making his way back to Kentucky, where he was purchased about a year ago. Dan is black, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Airy Depot, Wythe Co., Va, Oct. 10, 1863. oc 15--6t
Daniel Riley (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscribers, on the night of the 5th inst, two negro men, named Riley and Dan. Riley is a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very largeDan. Riley is a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Airy Depot, Wythe Co., Va, Oct. 10, 1863. oc
Joel Cormany (search for this): article 1
s a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all probability making his way back to Kentucky, where he was purchased about a year ago. Dan is black, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Airy Depot, Wythe Co., Va, Oct. 10, 1863. oc 15--6t
H. Q. A. Boyer (search for this): article 1
is a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all probability making his way back to Kentucky, where he was purchased about a year ago. Dan is black, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Airy Depot, Wythe Co., Va, Oct. 10, 1863. oc 15--6t
Hanover County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
s a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all probability making his way back to Kentucky, where he was purchased about a year ago. Dan is black, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Airy Depot, Wythe Co., Va, Oct. 10, 1863. oc 15--6t
Dan (China) (search for this): article 1
h inst, two negro men, named Riley and Dan. Riley is a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all probability making his way back to Kentucky, where he was purchased about a year ago. Dan is black, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Ai
Wythe (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
s a very bright mulatto, 18 or 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, and has on his right side a very large scar, the effect of a burn in boyhood; had on when he left a soldier's cap, and either a dark frock coat or gray sack, and carried with him a black oil cloth satchel and red checked counterpane; would pass for a white man in any crowd. He is in all probability making his way back to Kentucky, where he was purchased about a year ago. Dan is black, 24 or 25 years old, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, stout built, short hair and short whiskers; had on when he left a new suit of black jeans, and may follow Riley in the direction of Kentucky, or may have induced Riley to follow him to the county of Hanover, where he has a wife — in either case, trying to make their way to the Yankee lines. The above reward will be paid for their arrest and confinement, or $50 will be paid for either of them. H. Q. A. Boyer, Joel Cormany, Mt. Airy Depot, Wythe Co., Va, Oct. 10, 1863. oc 15--6t
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 1
osecrans — Dahlgren Shares the same fate — Meade about to follow — Lincoln's call for 300,000 men — movements of Meade's army, &c. ward. There is no probability of a battle. Proclamation from Lincoln — he wants 300,000 more men to close the War with. The following is a copy of Lincoln's proclamation for more men. His reference to the "victorious armies now in the field" is particularly good, alluding— not, however, exceeding three years: Now, therefore, I, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and Commander-in-Chief of the the independence of the United States the eighty-eighth. Abraham Lincoln. By the President: W. H. Seward, Sec. of State. Gov. Seymour, of New York, has issued a proclamation to back up Lincoln, and lustily calls on the people to volunteer and "save the Union.lders in that State; so much indeed, that a deputation was seat to Lincoln to request a withdrawal of the recruiting officers. He repli
ailing in so doing, he has presented himself for that object. Be this as it may, we learn that he has informed the President that he cannot make a forward movement under three weeks at least, on account of the condition of the railroad, which has been utterly destroyed. It will take at least sixteen days to replace the bridge at Rappahannock Station, and, until that structure is rebuilt, no extensive advance can be made. In connection with this subject we may state that it is rumored that Ewell's corps has been sent to reinforce Bragg. A Washington telegram to the Philadelphia Inquirer says: General Meade, and General Humphreys, Chief of Staff, arrived this afternoon from the front, and are in town to-night. Speculation is busy concerning the object of this visit, and some wiseacres have it that Meade has been relieved, and ordered to Washington because he failed to attack Lee, as ordered several days ago. In view of this some are already canvassing who will be h
Rosecrans (search for this): article 1
Latest from the North. removal of Rosecrans — Dahlgren Shares the same fate — Meade aboutf the news they contain: The removal of Rosecrans — Government opinion of his cowardice — Mead York papers of Friday is the removal of General Rosecrans from the command of the Army of the Cumbght have been. We do not presume to judge. Rosecrans has gained great credit in former actions, a of the enemy. It says: The removal of Rosecrans is the subject of much and contradictory com use of opium. The relations between General Rosecrans and the General-in-Chief, Halleck, have e, it appears, is about to share the fate of Rosecrans. The Washington Republican, (Government org particularly good, alluding, as it must, to Rosecrans, beleaguered at Chattanooga, and Meade chasens from Richmond to shell it out. Meanwhile, Rosecrans is awake, and our fortifications grow apace. The Archbishop Purcell, accompanied by Bishop Rosecrans, appeared at the polls in Cincinnati on T[1 more.
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