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Flag of truce. A flag of truce left this city yesterday, conveying a lot of paroled Yankee prisoners to General McCellan's headquarters. Among the parties thus sent off were the members, some dozen in number, of the Pittsburg Sanitary Commission, taken at Savage a Station, and all of the Federal Surgeons save these deputed by themselves to stay in attendance on their wounded.
Flag of truce. A flag of truce left this city yesterday, conveying a lot of paroled Yankee prisoners to General McCellan's headquarters. Among the parties thus sent off were the members, some dozen in number, of the Pittsburg Sanitary Commission, taken at Savage a Station, and all of the Federal Surgeons save these deputed by themselves to stay in attendance on their wounded.
Fire. --The alarm of fire yesterday afternoon was caused by the partial burning of a small structure on Byrd street, lately occupied, we are informed, by Col. Werth as a coal office. Loss trifling.
Ten dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, a negro Woman, about 35 years of age and about 5 feet 4 inches high, thick lips, and rather slow in speech. Said woman is supposed to be somewhere in Hanover county, as she has a husband in said county. Her name is Mary Eliza; was hired from Mr. Tabb, and I believe is the property of a Mrs. Roy. jy 15--3t* A. Gunst.
Ten dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, a negro Woman, about 35 years of age and about 5 feet 4 inches high, thick lips, and rather slow in speech. Said woman is supposed to be somewhere in Hanover county, as she has a husband in said county. Her name is Mary Eliza; was hired from Mr. Tabb, and I believe is the property of a Mrs. Roy. jy 15--3t* A. Gunst.
Mary Eliza (search for this): article 5
Ten dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, a negro Woman, about 35 years of age and about 5 feet 4 inches high, thick lips, and rather slow in speech. Said woman is supposed to be somewhere in Hanover county, as she has a husband in said county. Her name is Mary Eliza; was hired from Mr. Tabb, and I believe is the property of a Mrs. Roy. jy 15--3t* A. Gunst.
Ten dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, a negro Woman, about 35 years of age and about 5 feet 4 inches high, thick lips, and rather slow in speech. Said woman is supposed to be somewhere in Hanover county, as she has a husband in said county. Her name is Mary Eliza; was hired from Mr. Tabb, and I believe is the property of a Mrs. Roy. jy 15--3t* A. Gunst.
Hanover County (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 5
Ten dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, a negro Woman, about 35 years of age and about 5 feet 4 inches high, thick lips, and rather slow in speech. Said woman is supposed to be somewhere in Hanover county, as she has a husband in said county. Her name is Mary Eliza; was hired from Mr. Tabb, and I believe is the property of a Mrs. Roy. jy 15--3t* A. Gunst.
The affair at Walkerton. We are informed that the recent attack upon a party of Federal soldiers at Walkerton, King and Queen county, was led by a Confederate officer.--It has taught the marauders the lesson that their rascalities cannot be pursued with impunity, for troops are found where least expected, ready to punish them as they deserve.
Walkerton, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 6
The affair at Walkerton. We are informed that the recent attack upon a party of Federal soldiers at Walkerton, King and Queen county, was led by a Confederate officer.--It has taught the marauders the lesson that their rascalities cannot be pursued with impunity, for troops are found where least expected, ready to punish them as they deserve. The affair at Walkerton. We are informed that the recent attack upon a party of Federal soldiers at Walkerton, King and Queen county, was led by a Confederate officer.--It has taught the marauders the lesson that their rascalities cannot be pursued with impunity, for troops are found where least expected, ready to punish them as they deserve.
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