Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 6, 1865., [Electronic resource].
Found 499 total hits in 217 results.
We have received New York dates of Thursday, the 2d instant. Gold was quoted at 204 1-8. The Confederate "commissioners" at Fortress Monroe--Seward gone to meet them. The papers announce the arrival of Messrs. Stephens, Hunter and Campbell at Fortress Monroe, they having gone into the Yankee lines in front of the Ninth corps. The Herald has all the Richmond newspaper editorials on the subject, displayed in leaded type, and gives sketches of all three of the distinguished "rebels." A telegram from Washington, dated the 1st instant, says: The delegation from Richmond were admitted within the lines yesterday, and to day started down the James river on an army transport. They were, however, stopped at Fortress Monroe, and Secretary Seward started for Annapolis at noon to meet them. There is reason to believe that they are not to come to Washington at present, but any negotiations or conference in regard to a settlement of the difficulties will be conducted at the for
Two hundred dollars reward. --Ran away, January 31st, from the subscriber, in Prince Edward county, my man, Sam; about twenty-two years old; about five feet six inches high, and polite when spoken to. He is supposed to have gone either to Richmond or Lynchburg, but most probably to the latter place. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, near Burkeville, Prince Edward county, or secured in any jail so I can get him. He had on a blue flannel shirt, and brown coat and pants, when he left. W. C. Thomas, Burkeville, Virginia. fe 6--eod1ct*