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G. T. Beauregard (search for this): article 1
The War news A confirmation of the news in of the advance of the enemy in the James river. During rumor were abundant, really no storing news from official dispatches from Gen. information of an engagement the Southwest is exciting.-- active Beauregard had at and our last accounts rep- forces as falling back and We hope to chronicle a on the Tennessee and Mis- .
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
The War news A confirmation of the news in of the advance of the enemy in the James river. During rumor were abundant, really no storing news from official dispatches from Gen. information of an engagement the Southwest is exciting.-- active Beauregard had at and our last accounts rep- forces as falling back and We hope to chronicle a on the Tennessee and Mis- .
G. T. Beauregard (search for this): article 1
From the Southwest.a battle Progressing near Corinth. Mobile May 9 --A special dispatch to the from Cor states that Gen. Beauregard moved or this morning, and attacked the enemy his position on our right. The conflict opened at noon, and still continues. The nonading, though regular, is not rapid. A courier reports the enemy to be falling and the Confederates pressing forward The battle ground is near Farmington five miles distant. Gen. Beauregard has . From the Southwest.a battle Progressing near Corinth. Mobile May 9 --A special dispatch to the from Cor states that Gen. Beauregard moved or this morning, and attacked the enemy his position on our right. The conflict opened at noon, and still continues. The nonading, though regular, is not rapid. A courier reports the enemy to be falling and the Confederates pressing forward The battle ground is near Farmington five miles distant. Gen. Beauregard has .
From the Southwest.a battle Progressing near Corinth. Mobile May 9 --A special dispatch to the from Cor states that Gen. Beauregard moved or this morning, and attacked the enemy his position on our right. The conflict opened at noon, and still continues. The nonading, though regular, is not rapid. A courier reports the enemy to be falling and the Confederates pressing forward The battle ground is near Farmington five miles distant. Gen. Beauregard has .
Farmington (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 1
From the Southwest.a battle Progressing near Corinth. Mobile May 9 --A special dispatch to the from Cor states that Gen. Beauregard moved or this morning, and attacked the enemy his position on our right. The conflict opened at noon, and still continues. The nonading, though regular, is not rapid. A courier reports the enemy to be falling and the Confederates pressing forward The battle ground is near Farmington five miles distant. Gen. Beauregard has .
Runaways --$20 reward — On Monday morning last, four negromen, to with John H Pkins; Willia Jones, Bob Lomax and page Lomax, were start from the farm of Mr. James M Taylor, about five miles below the city, for my office, and have felled to report to me. They are owned by Mr. N Quesenberry, of King George county. They are all young, and of low statute William has a yellow skin, and the others a dark gingerbread color. A further description is not recolected . The above reward will be paid for them, or five dollars for either of them, if delivered to sir. Ro. Lumpkins's jail in this city. Thos. J Bagby, General Agent, No. 8 Wall street. my 10--1t
Runaways --$20 reward — On Monday morning last, four negromen, to with John H Pkins; Willia Jones, Bob Lomax and page Lomax, were start from the farm of Mr. James M Taylor, about five miles below the city, for my office, and have felled to report to me. They are owned by Mr. N Quesenberry, of King George county. They are all young, and of low statute William has a yellow skin, and the others a dark gingerbread color. A further description is not recolected . The above reward will be paid for them, or five dollars for either of them, if delivered to sir. Ro. Lumpkins's jail in this city. Thos. J Bagby, General Agent, No. 8 Wall street. my 10--1t
Runaways --$20 reward — On Monday morning last, four negromen, to with John H Pkins; Willia Jones, Bob Lomax and page Lomax, were start from the farm of Mr. James M Taylor, about five miles below the city, for my office, and have felled to report to me. They are owned by Mr. N Quesenberry, of King George county. They are all young, and of low statute William has a yellow skin, and the others a dark gingerbread color. A further description is not recolected . The above reward will be paid for them, or five dollars for either of them, if delivered to sir. Ro. Lumpkins's jail in this city. Thos. J Bagby, General Agent, No. 8 Wall street. my 10--1t
Bennett Taylor (search for this): article 1
Runaways --$20 reward — On Monday morning last, four negromen, to with John H Pkins; Willia Jones, Bob Lomax and page Lomax, were start from the farm of Mr. James M Taylor, about five miles below the city, for my office, and have felled to report to me. They are owned by Mr. N Quesenberry, of King George county. They are all young, and of low statute William has a yellow skin, and the others a dark gingerbread color. A further description is not recolected . The above reward will be paid for them, or five dollars for either of them, if delivered to sir. Ro. Lumpkins's jail in this city. Thos. J Bagby, General Agent, No. 8 Wall street. my 10--1t
Willia Jones (search for this): article 1
Runaways --$20 reward — On Monday morning last, four negromen, to with John H Pkins; Willia Jones, Bob Lomax and page Lomax, were start from the farm of Mr. James M Taylor, about five miles below the city, for my office, and have felled to report to me. They are owned by Mr. N Quesenberry, of King George county. They are all young, and of low statute William has a yellow skin, and the others a dark gingerbread color. A further description is not recolected . The above reward will be paid for them, or five dollars for either of them, if delivered to sir. Ro. Lumpkins's jail in this city. Thos. J Bagby, General Agent, No. 8 Wall street. my 10--1t
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