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James Delvin (search for this): article 6
Ordinance Violations. --All the butchers in the Second Market--thirteen in number — were summoned before the Mayor yesterday and fined $2 each for falling to exhibit the skins and cars of the animals slaughtered by them the afternoon before and offered for sale in the market. The market ordinance says this exhibition shall be made every morning, but the butchers declare that they have not complied with it for five years, and that no complaint would not now be made but for the fact that Mr. James Delvin lost a cow, and expected to find her hide in market. The ordinance ought to be rigidly enforced in both markets or repealed. The Mayor took occasion to call attention to a section prohibiting butchers from carrying their dogs to the market place, in violation of a city ordinance.
way--$200 reward. --Ran away from my farm, Marion Hill, two miles below Richmond, two stout black negro men, Henry and Dick. Henry was raised in Fauquier, near Rector Town; and Dick in Louisa. Henry, when spoken to, has little to say. Dick d Dick in Louisa. Henry, when spoken to, has little to say. Dick talks very freely. Their ages are between 25 and 30 years. Henry formerly belonged to a Mr. Glasscock, Fauquier co, and Dick to a Mr. Harris, in Louisa county. W A Hopte. oc 1--6t d Dick in Louisa. Henry, when spoken to, has little to say. Dick talks very freely. Their ages are between 25 and 30 years. Henry formerly belonged to a Mr. Glasscock, Fauquier co, and Dick to a Mr. Harris, in Louisa county. W A Hopte. oc 1--6t d Dick in Louisa. Henry, when spoken to, has little to say. Dick talks very freely. Their ages are between 25 and 30 years. Henry formerly belonged to a Mr. Glasscock, Fauquier co, and Dick to a Mr. Harris, in Louisa county. W A Hopte. oc 1--6t
Young Rogue. --A negro lad, named Dick, slave to Mrs. E. Lyons, was before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing $175 from Dunlop, Moncure & Co. The evidence as to guilt was conclusive, the money being found in the prisoner's pocket. There was also discovered upon his person a wallet containing over $400, which he said he had found near the public square. Dick will be sent South for his health. Young Rogue. --A negro lad, named Dick, slave to Mrs. E. Lyons, was before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing $175 from Dunlop, Moncure & Co. The evidence as to guilt was conclusive, the money being found in the prisoner's pocket. There was also discovered upon his person a wallet containing over $400, which he said he had found near the public square. Dick will be sent South for his health.
s reward --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the evening of the 28th inst, a young negro man named John, formerly the property of Mr. Charles Cook, of Hanover, by whom he was sold on the morning of the 28th inst, at the auction house of Hill, Dickinson & Co. Said negro is about 19 years of age, beardless, and has a small scar upon the shin of his right leg; black, straight, and well proportioned. The above reward will be paid upon his delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co or myself. Robert H Daaway from the subscriber, on the evening of the 28th inst, a young negro man named John, formerly the property of Mr. Charles Cook, of Hanover, by whom he was sold on the morning of the 28th inst, at the auction house of Hill, Dickinson & Co. Said negro is about 19 years of age, beardless, and has a small scar upon the shin of his right leg; black, straight, and well proportioned. The above reward will be paid upon his delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co or myself. Robert H Davis. [se 30--ts]
Dickinson (search for this): article 2
the bloody siege and fight of Alamo, and would have heard, had it cars, the death of the brave David Crockett, James Bowie, and a host of kindred spirits whose blood was freely offered up for their country's cause, and whom fame has crowned with never-failing glory. The Alamo fell, but not until all of her defenders had suffered martyrs' deaths at the hands of cruel and treacherous Mexicans. The only souls left out of the one hundred and thirty-six to tell the tale of its slaughter was Mrs. Dickinson and a negro. Our guns were captured there and taken by the conquerors to the City of Mexico. In 1847, when Gen. Scott entered the City of Mexico, he espied the old gun among the trophies of war in the capital of the Montezuma, and caused it to be removed to the city of New Orleans, where it remained until the beginning of the present war, when it was put into the celebrated Washington battery and carried to Vicksburg and used against the United States, for whom it had done service
Charles Dimmock (search for this): article 1
ution adopted by the House of Delegates, I have the honor to transmit the accompanying reports from Adjutant-General Cooper, of the Confederate Government, and Gen. Dimmock, of the Ordnance Department of Virginia. I have only to add that over 30,000 conscripts have passed through the camp of instruction, in charge of Col. Shicripts furnished by the State of Virginia, of which we have no returns. S. Cooper. Adjutant and Inspector General. To Col. S. B. French A. D. C., &c. Gen. Dimmock's report. Headq'rs Va. Ord. Dep't, Richmond, Oct. 6, 1863. Wm. H. Richardson, Adj't Gen'l: General — I have the honor to report, in answer to a call rbines, (cavalry,) 103; sabres, (cavalry,) 225; muskets being repaired, 4,000; muskets without bayonets, 1,110. I have the honor to be, Very respectfully, Chas. Dimmock, Brev. Brig. Gen., Chief of Ordnance of Va. The message and accompanying documents were, on motion of Mr. Buford, laid upon the table and ordered t
One hundred dollars reward. --Left the residence of Mr. Fore, on Clay street, Monday morning, 5th inst, my negro woman Julia, taking with her a male child between three and four years old. Said woman is about 21 years old, black, very stout, long bushy hair, and has naturally a pleasant countenance. She may probably try to make her way back to Lynchburg as she says her husband lives there, or in the neighborhood. I will give the above reward if delivered to me at Mrs. E N Drewry's, on Grace street, between Foushee and Adams, or secured in any jail so that I get her again. Wm H Davis. [oc 7--ts]
Young Rogue. --A negro lad, named Dick, slave to Mrs. E. Lyons, was before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing $175 from Dunlop, Moncure & Co. The evidence as to guilt was conclusive, the money being found in the prisoner's pocket. There was also discovered upon his person a wallet containing over $400, which he said he had found near the public square. Dick will be sent South for his health.
One hundred dollars reward. --Left the residence of Mr. Fore, on Clay street, Monday morning, 5th inst, my negro woman Julia, taking with her a male child between three and four years old. Said woman is about 21 years old, black, very stout, long bushy hair, and has naturally a pleasant countenance. She may probably try to make her way back to Lynchburg as she says her husband lives there, or in the neighborhood. I will give the above reward if delivered to me at Mrs. E N Drewry's, on Grace street, between Foushee and Adams, or secured in any jail so that I get her again. Wm H Davis. [oc 7--ts]
F. E. Foster (search for this): article 11
The Yankee government of West Virginia --The formation of the Yankee Government of Virginia is now complete. The capital is temporarily established at Alexandria. The following are the names of the State officers; Francis H. Pierpont, Governor; L. P. C. Cowper, Lieutenant Governor; L. A. Hagens, Secretary of State; G. P. Smith, Treasurer, L. W. Webb, Auditor; F. E. Foster, Adjutant General, L. J. Bowden, Attorney General.
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