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Mann Clark (search for this): article 1
t, directly opposite Castle Thunder, although all persons confined in both are under the supervision of the same officers. From Lieut. Wilburn who was on duty at the time, we obtained the following list of those who made good their exit from the prison: Wm. C. Williams, Frank Shepherd, K. Lent, John Criner, Wallace Edson, H. H. Parker, Henry Bradburg, G. W. Danner, Geo. Scott, Philip Smith, Chas. Williams, Patrick McAnally, Arthur Hill, Geo. Gaillard, Chas Smith, Wm. May, Thos. Brown, and Mann Clark. Their mode of escape was by removing some bricks from under the sill of the door to the second story of the building. Running in a line with the floor of this story is a wide platform, on which a sentinel is constantly posted; and when we consider that their means of egress was so near the guardsman as to almost scrape his feet, it does not speak well for his vigilance that the enterprise was so successful. A prisoner in the same room with those who escaped, also a deserter from the Ya
James Long (search for this): article 1
150 dollars reward. --Ran away, on the 15th inst, a negro man named Reuben, about 5 feet 5 inches high, heavy, set, and about 31 years of age; had when he left common clothing. The said negro has a wife living near Spotsylvania C H, to which place he may have gone. He was purchased in this city from Mr. James Long. I will give the above reward for his apprehension an delivery to me in Richmond, or lodged in any jail so that I get him again. Joseph Bruin. ja 16--3t*
Joseph Bruin (search for this): article 1
150 dollars reward. --Ran away, on the 15th inst, a negro man named Reuben, about 5 feet 5 inches high, heavy, set, and about 31 years of age; had when he left common clothing. The said negro has a wife living near Spotsylvania C H, to which place he may have gone. He was purchased in this city from Mr. James Long. I will give the above reward for his apprehension an delivery to me in Richmond, or lodged in any jail so that I get him again. Joseph Bruin. ja 16--3t*
Spottsylvania (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
150 dollars reward. --Ran away, on the 15th inst, a negro man named Reuben, about 5 feet 5 inches high, heavy, set, and about 31 years of age; had when he left common clothing. The said negro has a wife living near Spotsylvania C H, to which place he may have gone. He was purchased in this city from Mr. James Long. I will give the above reward for his apprehension an delivery to me in Richmond, or lodged in any jail so that I get him again. Joseph Bruin. ja 16--3t*
[Reports of the press Association.] Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1863, by J. S. in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Confederate States for the Northern District of
United States (United States) (search for this): article 1
[Reports of the press Association.] Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1863, by J. S. in the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Confederate States for the Northern District of
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s Senator from Maryland. Caleb B. Smith, ex-Secretary of the Interior, is dead. Early's raid down the Valley of Virginia is pronounced by Gen. Kelly, in an official dispatch, a complete failure. Indiana and Vermont have filled their quotas under the draft. Grant has been promoted as Major-General in the regular army, to date from the fall of Vicksburg. Thomas has been made a Brigadier General in the regular army, to date from the day of the battle of Chickamauga Meade, McPherson, and Sherman, have been made Brigadier Generals in the regular army, the former to date from the battle of Gettysburg, and the last two from the fall of Vicksburg. The Pennsylvania Senate cannot organize, because of the absence of White, who is a prisoner in our hands. The Paris correspondent of the London Times says that Maximilian will refuse the Mexican throne unless recognized by the Washington Government, and that Lincoln has refused such recognition. Gov. Seymour, of N
ft. Grant has been promoted as Major-General in the regular army, to date from the fall of Vicksburg. Thomas has been made a Brigadier General in the regular army, to date from the day of the battle of Chickamauga Meade, McPherson, and Sherman, have been made Brigadier Generals in the regular army, the former to date from the battle of Gettysburg, and the last two from the fall of Vicksburg. The Pennsylvania Senate cannot organize, because of the absence of White, who is a prisoner in our hands. The Paris correspondent of the London Times says that Maximilian will refuse the Mexican throne unless recognized by the Washington Government, and that Lincoln has refused such recognition. Gov. Seymour, of New York, is said to have taken strong grounds in his message against the draft. Maj. Thomas D. Armasy and Lieut. David Davis, rebel officers, convicted of recruiting in the Union lines, have been sent to Fort Warren for fifteen years. Gold in New York, 152½
ted States Senator from Maryland. Caleb B. Smith, ex-Secretary of the Interior, is dead. Early's raid down the Valley of Virginia is pronounced by Gen. Kelly, in an official dispatch, a complete failure. Indiana and Vermont have filled their quotas under the draft. Grant has been promoted as Major-General in the regular army, to date from the fall of Vicksburg. Thomas has been made a Brigadier General in the regular army, to date from the day of the battle of Chickamauga Meade, McPherson, and Sherman, have been made Brigadier Generals in the regular army, the former to date from the battle of Gettysburg, and the last two from the fall of Vicksburg. The Pennsylvania Senate cannot organize, because of the absence of White, who is a prisoner in our hands. The Paris correspondent of the London Times says that Maximilian will refuse the Mexican throne unless recognized by the Washington Government, and that Lincoln has refused such recognition. Gov. Seym
o their own hands. A secret expedition left New Orleans on the 30th December to operate against Mobile. At present Pascagoula will be occupied. An entrenched camp has been made there to facilitate operations when the rainy season ends. A mass meeting of the people was to be held in New Orleans on the 8th of January, to re- establish the State Government under Lincoln's proclamation. Nearly enough names for this purpose had been enrolled. The American Ministers at London and Paris are endeavoring to prevent the sailing of the Rappahannock from Calals. The Bank of England has reduced its rate of interest. Thackery is dead. Ex Gov. Hicks has been elected United States Senator from Maryland. Caleb B. Smith, ex-Secretary of the Interior, is dead. Early's raid down the Valley of Virginia is pronounced by Gen. Kelly, in an official dispatch, a complete failure. Indiana and Vermont have filled their quotas under the draft. Grant has been pr
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