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Affairs in "West Virginia." --A letter containing some account of affairs in North western Virginia, written by an officer who has just returned from Barbour county, says: The bogus Government has been able to collect but a very small portion of its taxes from the people on Barbour. The sheriffs, &c., have to be supported by a company of armed men, and are bushwhacked at every step. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia ha
Barbour (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
Affairs in "West Virginia." --A letter containing some account of affairs in North western Virginia, written by an officer who has just returned from Barbour county, says: The bogus Government has been able to collect but a very small portion of its taxes from the people on Barbour. The sheriffs, &c., have to be supported by a company of armed men, and are bushwhacked at every step. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia hav
Williamsville (Delaware, United States) (search for this): article 2
Affairs in "West Virginia." --A letter containing some account of affairs in North western Virginia, written by an officer who has just returned from Barbour county, says: The bogus Government has been able to collect but a very small portion of its taxes from the people on Barbour. The sheriffs, &c., have to be supported by a company of armed men, and are bushwhacked at every step. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia ha
Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 2
tep. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia have despaired of subjugating the South, but expect West Virginia to be held by the Federal Government, and the independence of the balance acknowledged — The people of that section say that the question of another Confederacy is being mooted in Indiana and Southern illinois and Northern Ohio, privately, and that it may culminate even as soon as the next Presidential election. God speed it.
Indiana (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 2
tep. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia have despaired of subjugating the South, but expect West Virginia to be held by the Federal Government, and the independence of the balance acknowledged — The people of that section say that the question of another Confederacy is being mooted in Indiana and Southern illinois and Northern Ohio, privately, and that it may culminate even as soon as the next Presidential election. God speed it.
Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 2
tep. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia have despaired of subjugating the South, but expect West Virginia to be held by the Federal Government, and the independence of the balance acknowledged — The people of that section say that the question of another Confederacy is being mooted in Indiana and Southern illinois and Northern Ohio, privately, and that it may culminate even as soon as the next Presidential election. God speed it.
Virginia (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
tep. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia have despaired of subjugating the South, but expect West Virginia to be held by the Federal Government, and the independence of the balance acknowledged — The people of that section say that the question of another Confederacy is being mooted in Indiana and Southern illinois and Northern Ohio, privately, and that it may culminate even as soon as the next Presidential election. God speed it.
West Virginia (West Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
Affairs in "West Virginia." --A letter containing some account of affairs in North western Virginia, written by an officer who has just returned from Barbour county, says: The bogus Government has been able to collect but a very small portion of its taxes from the people on Barbour. The sheriffs, &c., have to be supported by a company of armed men, and are bushwhacked at every step. There is a settlement on Sandy Creek called Guinea Town, peopled by quadroons and free negroes, numbering about one hundred arms bearing men, who refuse to give up the arms heretofore Issued them by the Yankee Government. The Yankees marched on them 120 strong, and were met and repulsed by these settlers three different times, killing five and wounding eleven. They were masters of the situation at last accounts. They want the substance as well as the shadow of freedom. They inquired of Capt.--if we would receive them as a company in our service. The Union men of Northern Virginia hav