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Ranaway --$10 Reward.--Ranaway from the Midlothian Coal Pits, a Negro man, named Aaron Sutton, about 30 years of age, and weighs from 160 to 175 lbs., of dark color, some 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, down look when spoken to He has a wife living with Mr. Pearce, on shockoe Hill. He has been seen frequently in the city, in which place no doubt he is still lurking. I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery of said negro to me, or confinement in Lumpkin's Jail, in this city. Ro. B. Lynn. Agent, (For Mrs. D. Corbett,) Office over Bodeker's Drug Store, jy 22--ts No. 10 Main street.
Ran away --$10 reward.--Ran away from the Midlothian Coal Pits, a negro man, named Aaron Sutton, about 50 years of age, and weighs from 160 to 175 lbs., of dark color, some 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, down look when spoken to. He has a wife living with Mr. Pearce, on shockoe Hill. He has been seen frequently in the city, in which place no doubt he is still lurking. I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery of said negro to me, or confinement in Lumpkin's Jail, in this city. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent, (For Mrs. L. Corbett,) Office over Bodeker's Drug Store, jy 22--ts No.10 Main street.
$10 reward. --Ranaway from the Midlothian Coal Pits, a Negro man, named Aaron Sutton, about 36 years of age, and weighs from 160 to 175 of dark color, some 5 feet 6 or 8 inches down face when spoken to. He has a wife with Mr. Shockoe Hill. He has been seen frequently in the city, in which place he is still lurking. I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery of said negro to me, or confinement in Lumpkin's Jail, in this city, Ro. B. Lyne, Agent, (For Mrs. L. Corbett,) Office over Bodeker's Drug Store, jy 29--ts No. 10 Main street.
e. The location of this fight is about half way between Winchester and Staunton. The battle extended over a distance of about nine miles. From the following dispatch it will be seen that the Lexington Cadets bore an important part in the contest: Staunton, May 10, 1864. To Gen. W. H. Richardson: The corps of Cadets were with General Breckinridge in the fight with Sigel yesterday at New Market, and behaved splendidly. They lost five killed and fifteen wounded, to will Cadets Corbett, Jones, Crockett, McDowell, and Stanard, killed; and Cadets Carnell, Stuart, Bill, Randolph, Johnson, Dillard, Berkeley, Wise, Triplett, Marshall, Shriver, Watson, Reid, Turner and Whitson, Wounded. H. M. Bett, Maj., and C. M. News from Gen. Lee's army. The news from Gen. Lee's army is very meagre, though it is believed that nothing of much importance has occurred. The following official dispatch, though dated the 16th, was probably written by General Lee on Sunday night:
n, and it declined to 52 --a fall of 10 in a week. The Times says that Sherman's skill and daring is rewarded with brilliant success, and the mass of victories must raise the spirits of the Federal and confirm them in the belief that throughout the South they have no enemy capable of opposing their chief armies. The British revenue derived during ahe year 1864 was only £300,000 below that of the previous year, notwithstanding the reduction of several millions in taxation. Captain Corbett, who commanded the steamer Sea King, now the Shenandoah, from London to Madeira, has been arrested for violating the enlistment act in enlisting men for the rebel army. France. Napoleon, at the diplomatic reception on New-Year's day, was congratulated by the Papal Nuncio, and in reply gave the assurance of his earnest efforts for the maintenance of peace and justice. The French Government and clergy manifest continued hostility to the Pope's encyclical letter. Prince
The Steamship Africa has arrived at Halifax, with European dates of the 22d. The rumors that British troops were about to be sent to Canada are authoritatively contradicted by the London Globe. Captain Corbett, of the Shenandoah, had been a second time arrested and admitted to bail on the charge of violating the British Foreign Enlistment Act. The captain of the Peruvian frigate Union had also been a second time arrested, charged with the same offence, and dismissed. The announcement is repeated that Prince Napoleon has been appointed to succeed as Regent by the French Emperor in the event of his death. Consols closed in London on the 21st of January at from 59¾ for money. In Liverpool, cotton was firmer, but unchanged. Breadstuffs were inactive, and provisions firm and buoyant.
The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1865., [Electronic resource], Southern Representation — the latest news from Washington. (search)
the Spanish Government is disposed to make every concession. Commercial and financial. Liverpool, November 30 --Noon.--The sales of cotton Monday and Tuesday amounted to 22,000 bales, of which 7,000 were taken by speculators and exporters. The market was more buoyant, and prices fully ½d. dearer for American. The Manchester trade was firmer, higher prices being demanded. Flour very dull — no quotable change in prices. Wheat — winter red 10s. 9d. to 10s. 11d.; white 10s. 6d. to 11s. 3d. per cental. Corn quiet. London, November 30.--Consols closed at 89¼ for money with the dividend. Five-twenties, 64⅝. The latest. Liverpool, November 30. --Corbett, who commanded the Shenandoah at the time of her transfer, is being tried at Queenstown for a breach of the Foreign Enlistment Act. Pork quiet. Bacon inactive and declining. Sugar very dull. Coffee steady; Rio inactive. Spirits turpentine unchanged. Rosin quiet and steady. Petroleum adva
Java, from Liverpool 2d instant, has arrived. The papers publish a dispatch from Mr. Seward, acknowledging the many addresses of condolence from Great Britain to President Johnson on the assassination of President Lincoln. The document shows a cordial appreciation of the good feeling manifested. Luby, proprietor of the Irish People, tried on the charge of treason, was found guilty and sentenced to twenty years penal servitude. In the Court of Queen's Bench, the trial of Captain Corbett on the charge of selling the Shenandoah to the Confederacy, and enlisting men for her, resulted in his acquittal. Mr. Bright made a strong reform speech recently, in which he denounced, in unmeasured terms, the massacre in Jamaica. A company has been organized in Spain to lay a telegraph cable between Cuba and the United States. Liverpool, December 2--P. M. The sales of cotton aggregate 20,000 bales, including 7,000 to speculators and exporters. The market closed firm an
Further by the steamer Java. New York, December 13. --The jailor who connived at the escape of Stevens, the Fenian Head Centre, has been committed for trial. The London Times, noticing the acquittal of Captain Corbett on the Shenandoah case, says it cannot affect to be disappointed; and adds that the evasion of the neutrality laws have been so executed as almost to defy legal restitution. The Paris Bourse closed quiet yesterday at 68f. 72 for the rentes. Correspondence from Madrid denies that the Spanish Government has sent Admiral Panija orders to suspend hostilities against Chili. The Government is not even disposed to accept of the mediation of neutral powers. Orders have been given to the Spanish naval arsenals to push forward the preparation of war vessels for sea. The New York Evening Express of this date says the European steamer Scotia, which sailed to-day for Liverpool, took important Government dispatches to Mr. Bigelow, our Minister in Paris.
s. It was asserted on the opening of the Hungarian Diet that a general amnesty will be promulgated in Hungary. Shanghai advices assert that Bourgeoisie was murdered by the mandarins, and not drowned. The coast of Amey has been blockaded. The latest news from Liverpool is to November 30th. There is no news of the escaped Fenian Head Centre, Stephens. The governor of the prison from which he escaped has been suspended. The Fenian trials are progressing. Captain Corbett, who commanded the privateer Shenandoah at the time of her transfer, is being tried at Queenstown for a breach of the Foreign Enlistment Act. There is no additional news from Spain or Chili. Commercial Intelligence. Liverpool, November 29 --Noon.--Cotton.--The sales on Monday and Tuesday amounted to 22,000 bales, including 7,000 bales to speculators and for exports. The market is more buoyant, and prices are fully half a cent deans for American. The state of trade
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