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Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
Violating an order. --We have before us a ticket from the Second Market Hay Scales, dated October 3d, for 1,515 pounds of fodder, which was seized by some of the Confederate officers and sent to the Navy Hill stables. This fodder was raised by a gentleman of this city on his farm in Henrico county, and was being taken to his residence on Church Hill, for his milch cows, when taken possession of. Such impressments, if persisted in, will soon put the city in a state of starvation.
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Violating an order. --We have before us a ticket from the Second Market Hay Scales, dated October 3d, for 1,515 pounds of fodder, which was seized by some of the Confederate officers and sent to the Navy Hill stables. This fodder was raised by a gentleman of this city on his farm in Henrico county, and was being taken to his residence on Church Hill, for his milch cows, when taken possession of. Such impressments, if persisted in, will soon put the city in a state of starvation.