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and gum overcoat. He disappeared on Sunday, the 17th inst, during the recrossing of the army near the railroad bridge on the Rappahannock. He was last een on this side of the river, near Brandy Station, and is believed to be either with the army or making his way to Liberty, Va. The above reward will be paid for his confinement or delivery to Samuel C White, at Liberty, Bedford county, Va, or Isaiah H White, Surgeon 14th Louisiana regiment 4th brig, Johnson's div, Ewell's corps no 5--5t and gum overcoat. He disappeared on Sunday, the 17th inst, during the recrossing of the army near the railroad bridge on the Rappahannock. He was last een on this side of the river, near Brandy Station, and is believed to be either with the army or making his way to Liberty, Va. The above reward will be paid for his confinement or delivery to Samuel C White, at Liberty, Bedford county, Va, or Isaiah H White, Surgeon 14th Louisiana regiment 4th brig, Johnson's div, Ewell's corps no 5--5t
Bedford County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest and delivery of a negro boy named Joe. He is about 18 years old; black, with full, bushy hair, and about 5 feet 7 inches high; had on when he left a gray military jacket and cap and blue twilled jeans pants and gum overcoat. He disappeared on Sunday, the 17th inst, during the recrossing of the army near the railroad bridge on the Rappahannock. He was last een on this side of the river, near Brandy Station, and is believed to be either with the army or making his way to Liberty, Va. The above reward will be paid for his confinement or delivery to Samuel C White, at Liberty, Bedford county, Va, or Isaiah H White, Surgeon 14th Louisiana regiment 4th brig, Johnson's div, Ewell's corps no 5--5t
Brandy Station (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest and delivery of a negro boy named Joe. He is about 18 years old; black, with full, bushy hair, and about 5 feet 7 inches high; had on when he left a gray military jacket and cap and blue twilled jeans pants and gum overcoat. He disappeared on Sunday, the 17th inst, during the recrossing of the army near the railroad bridge on the Rappahannock. He was last een on this side of the river, near Brandy Station, and is believed to be either with the army or making his way to Liberty, Va. The above reward will be paid for his confinement or delivery to Samuel C White, at Liberty, Bedford county, Va, or Isaiah H White, Surgeon 14th Louisiana regiment 4th brig, Johnson's div, Ewell's corps no 5--5t
Remington (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward --Will be paid for the arrest and delivery of a negro boy named Joe. He is about 18 years old; black, with full, bushy hair, and about 5 feet 7 inches high; had on when he left a gray military jacket and cap and blue twilled jeans pants and gum overcoat. He disappeared on Sunday, the 17th inst, during the recrossing of the army near the railroad bridge on the Rappahannock. He was last een on this side of the river, near Brandy Station, and is believed to be either with the army or making his way to Liberty, Va. The above reward will be paid for his confinement or delivery to Samuel C White, at Liberty, Bedford county, Va, or Isaiah H White, Surgeon 14th Louisiana regiment 4th brig, Johnson's div, Ewell's corps no 5--5t
Edward Verde (search for this): article 10
Bound over. --Edward Verde, for beating Albert Elders, was held to security by the Mayor for his good behavior, and required to give bail to answer an indictment by the Grand Jury.
The Iron rams. The Liverpool papers, of the 21st ult., contradict the report that a guard of marines had been put on board one of the rams in the Mersey to prevent her sailing. In the meantime the work on one of the rams, El Trousers, is being rapidly pushed forward, and no attempt is made to conceal the warlike character of the vessel. The Levant Herald, of Constantinople, confirms the report that the Turkish Government has offered to buy the rams. Two other members of the British Ministry, the Secretary of War and the Solicitor General, have made speeches on the American war. Both defended the course hitherto pursued by the Government and the continuance of strict neutrality.
Levant Herald (search for this): article 2
The Iron rams. The Liverpool papers, of the 21st ult., contradict the report that a guard of marines had been put on board one of the rams in the Mersey to prevent her sailing. In the meantime the work on one of the rams, El Trousers, is being rapidly pushed forward, and no attempt is made to conceal the warlike character of the vessel. The Levant Herald, of Constantinople, confirms the report that the Turkish Government has offered to buy the rams. Two other members of the British Ministry, the Secretary of War and the Solicitor General, have made speeches on the American war. Both defended the course hitherto pursued by the Government and the continuance of strict neutrality.
S. Bassett French (search for this): article 2
Robbers Foiled. --On Tuesday night last a party of rogues from this city procured a boat, and, with the hope of making a raise in grain, pulled to the south side of the river, below the Falls plantation, landed at Col. S. Bassett French's farm, and, each supplied with empty bags and oil cloth wrappings, proceeded to his corn-house, and commenced appropriating his grain to their purposes. They had made but little progress when the Colonel's guards discovered them and reported to him what was going on.--Feeling no disposition to have his grain thus distributed without his consent, the Colonel sallied out, well armed, and opening a flank fire upon the thieves, caused them to beat a hasty retreat, leaving their bags, wrapping, and boat in his hands. The Colonel continued the watch through the night, and as no one appeared to lay claim to the boat he yesterday morning ordered it to be destroyed. Farmers in the neighborhood of Richmond are so much annoyed by prowling thieves of ever
s from the front state that the Yankees still maintain possession of Raccoon Valley, being heavily reinforced. They shell our forces incessantly. The floods in the Tennessee have demolished all the Yankee pontoons. The Register is informed that we have possession of London, Tenn., the Federal falling back. Trains crossed the Hiawassee to-day, and ran to London. A special to the Appeal, dated Decatur, October 30th, says: "The Yankee's advance, via Eastport, has reached Florence. Gen. Ferguson fought them, capturing two cannon and forty prisoners." A special to the Intelligencer, from Mission Ridge, says: "Our forces now occupy London, the enemy having retreated, which places us within 23 miles of Knoxville, and behind the enemy's defences." Prisoners captured near Whiteside report that Grant is in Chattanooga. The Yankees have been on half rations for the last three weeks, and their horses are suffering for forage. Advices from Huntsville state that the enemy
Raccoon Valley, being heavily reinforced. They shell our forces incessantly. The floods in the Tennessee have demolished all the Yankee pontoons. The Register is informed that we have possession of London, Tenn., the Federal falling back. Trains crossed the Hiawassee to-day, and ran to London. A special to the Appeal, dated Decatur, October 30th, says: "The Yankee's advance, via Eastport, has reached Florence. Gen. Ferguson fought them, capturing two cannon and forty prisoners." A special to the Intelligencer, from Mission Ridge, says: "Our forces now occupy London, the enemy having retreated, which places us within 23 miles of Knoxville, and behind the enemy's defences." Prisoners captured near Whiteside report that Grant is in Chattanooga. The Yankees have been on half rations for the last three weeks, and their horses are suffering for forage. Advices from Huntsville state that the enemy are raiding through the country, committing infamous depredations.
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