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January 29th (search for this): article 1
500 Reward --Ran away from my plantation in the county of Powhatan, on Friday, 29th January last, two slaves, Enos and Richard. Both are black, quick, active men. Enos is about 26 years old, about 6 feet high, and well formed; very erect in his carriage, with full head of hair, peculiar voice of the North Carolina negro, from whence he came; a great singer and dancer. Richard is about 25 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high, stout built, black, rough skin; he was bought from Essex county about a year ago. They were dressed in gray pants, jackets, and caps when they left. The above reward will be paid for their delivery to me in Richmond or Powhatan. Jno. F. Whitfield. fe 23--6t
500 Reward --Ran away from my plantation in the county of Powhatan, on Friday, 29th January last, two slaves, Enos and Richard. Both are black, quick, active men. Enos is about 26 years old, about 6 feet high, and well formed; very erect in his carriage, with full head of hair, peculiar voice of the North Carolina negro, from whence he came; a great singer and dancer. Richard is about 25 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high, stout built, black, rough skin; he was bought from Essex coEnos is about 26 years old, about 6 feet high, and well formed; very erect in his carriage, with full head of hair, peculiar voice of the North Carolina negro, from whence he came; a great singer and dancer. Richard is about 25 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high, stout built, black, rough skin; he was bought from Essex county about a year ago. They were dressed in gray pants, jackets, and caps when they left. The above reward will be paid for their delivery to me in Richmond or Powhatan. Jno. F. Whitfield. fe 23--6t
Jonathan F. Whitfield (search for this): article 1
500 Reward --Ran away from my plantation in the county of Powhatan, on Friday, 29th January last, two slaves, Enos and Richard. Both are black, quick, active men. Enos is about 26 years old, about 6 feet high, and well formed; very erect in his carriage, with full head of hair, peculiar voice of the North Carolina negro, from whence he came; a great singer and dancer. Richard is about 25 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high, stout built, black, rough skin; he was bought from Essex county about a year ago. They were dressed in gray pants, jackets, and caps when they left. The above reward will be paid for their delivery to me in Richmond or Powhatan. Jno. F. Whitfield. fe 23--6t
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
500 Reward --Ran away from my plantation in the county of Powhatan, on Friday, 29th January last, two slaves, Enos and Richard. Both are black, quick, active men. Enos is about 26 years old, about 6 feet high, and well formed; very erect in his carriage, with full head of hair, peculiar voice of the North Carolina negro, from whence he came; a great singer and dancer. Richard is about 25 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high, stout built, black, rough skin; he was bought from Essex county about a year ago. They were dressed in gray pants, jackets, and caps when they left. The above reward will be paid for their delivery to me in Richmond or Powhatan. Jno. F. Whitfield. fe 23--6t
Essex County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
500 Reward --Ran away from my plantation in the county of Powhatan, on Friday, 29th January last, two slaves, Enos and Richard. Both are black, quick, active men. Enos is about 26 years old, about 6 feet high, and well formed; very erect in his carriage, with full head of hair, peculiar voice of the North Carolina negro, from whence he came; a great singer and dancer. Richard is about 25 years old and about 5 feet 8 inches high, stout built, black, rough skin; he was bought from Essex county about a year ago. They were dressed in gray pants, jackets, and caps when they left. The above reward will be paid for their delivery to me in Richmond or Powhatan. Jno. F. Whitfield. fe 23--6t
ell for the opening of the spring campaign. The dispatch below will show that Gen. Finnegan has again whipped the enemy in the neighborhood of Lake City. This point is on the railroad leading from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, the capital of the State, for which point the enemy are evidently aiming: Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 21. To the President: I have just received the following dispatch from Gen. Finnegan, dated yesterday: "I met the enemy in full force to-day, under Gen. Seymour, and defeated him with great loss. I captured five pieces of artillery, hold possession of the battle field, and the killed and wounded of the enemy. My cavalry are in pursuit. I don't know precisely the number of prisoners, as they are being brought in constantly. My whole loss will not, I think, exceed 250 killed and wounded. Among them I mourn the loss of many brave officers and men." I understand that Gen. Finnegan also captured many small arms. (Signed,) John Milton, Gove
February 21st (search for this): article 1
Brilliant affair in Florida--Second Repulse of the enemy. The news from Florida is encouraging, and augurs well for the opening of the spring campaign. The dispatch below will show that Gen. Finnegan has again whipped the enemy in the neighborhood of Lake City. This point is on the railroad leading from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, the capital of the State, for which point the enemy are evidently aiming: Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 21. To the President: I have just received the following dispatch from Gen. Finnegan, dated yesterday: "I met the enemy in full force to-day, under Gen. Seymour, and defeated him with great loss. I captured five pieces of artillery, hold possession of the battle field, and the killed and wounded of the enemy. My cavalry are in pursuit. I don't know precisely the number of prisoners, as they are being brought in constantly. My whole loss will not, I think, exceed 250 killed and wounded. Among them I mourn the loss of many brave of
John Milton (search for this): article 1
he opening of the spring campaign. The dispatch below will show that Gen. Finnegan has again whipped the enemy in the neighborhood of Lake City. This point is on the railroad leading from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, the capital of the State, for which point the enemy are evidently aiming: Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 21. To the President: I have just received the following dispatch from Gen. Finnegan, dated yesterday: "I met the enemy in full force to-day, under Gen. Seymour, and defeated him with great loss. I captured five pieces of artillery, hold possession of the battle field, and the killed and wounded of the enemy. My cavalry are in pursuit. I don't know precisely the number of prisoners, as they are being brought in constantly. My whole loss will not, I think, exceed 250 killed and wounded. Among them I mourn the loss of many brave officers and men." I understand that Gen. Finnegan also captured many small arms. (Signed,) John Milton, Governor.
cond Repulse of the enemy. The news from Florida is encouraging, and augurs well for the opening of the spring campaign. The dispatch below will show that Gen. Finnegan has again whipped the enemy in the neighborhood of Lake City. This point is on the railroad leading from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, the capital of the State, for which point the enemy are evidently aiming: Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 21. To the President: I have just received the following dispatch from Gen. Finnegan, dated yesterday: "I met the enemy in full force to-day, under Gen. Seymour, and defeated him with great loss. I captured five pieces of artillery, hold n pursuit. I don't know precisely the number of prisoners, as they are being brought in constantly. My whole loss will not, I think, exceed 250 killed and wounded. Among them I mourn the loss of many brave officers and men." I understand that Gen. Finnegan also captured many small arms. (Signed,) John Milton, Governor.
Jacksonville (Florida, United States) (search for this): article 1
Brilliant affair in Florida--Second Repulse of the enemy. The news from Florida is encouraging, and augurs well for the opening of the spring campaign. The dispatch below will show that Gen. Finnegan has again whipped the enemy in the neighborhood of Lake City. This point is on the railroad leading from Jacksonville to Tallahassee, the capital of the State, for which point the enemy are evidently aiming: Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 21. To the President: I have just received the following dispatch from Gen. Finnegan, dated yesterday: "I met the enemy in full force to-day, under Gen. Seymour, and defeated him with great loss. I captured five pieces of artillery, hold possession of the battle field, and the killed and wounded of the enemy. My cavalry are in pursuit. I don't know precisely the number of prisoners, as they are being brought in constantly. My whole loss will not, I think, exceed 250 killed and wounded. Among them I mourn the loss of many brave off
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