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Conductor W. R. Taylor (search for this): article 1
and, taught me to follow my flag, and defend every portion of my country." Mrs. Bragg insisted "that the Federal were intruders and invaders of the South." The Colonel replied in courteous language that he could not understand his position in that light, and incidentally remarked that, as an old friend of Gen. Bragg, he would have been pleased to see him. At this allusion the lady's dark and sparkling even flashed and she said, "If you would see Gen. Bragg you should meet him in the West, and not here on his plantation." The Colonel, with a little replied that "our Western troops had been trying to meet Gen. Bragg, but that their efforts had not been altogether successful." Here upon the lady demanded protection, and getting into a carriage rode beyond the immediate lines of our troops — sad, no doubt, to feel that her husband, and the trusted friend of Gen. Taylor, and the hero of one of the best fought battles on our continent, was now ing out of Kentucky a defeated rebel.
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
rs fight sympathies for the dead and his pray the wounded, and says he is the more for the disaster, as he moved on this Warrenton rather against the opinion of Secretary of War and Halleck. He be moved earlier than was expected, and Stanton, and Halleck told him to be He gives, as his losses, 1,152 killed, wounded, of which, he says, a large are very slightly so, and his prisoners are He says the army is in good condition, and the Government for its support and confi of Maryland, is dead. The Chronicle says Bragg has been reinforced by on Monday, Vallandigham offered looking to peace, which lies over. The following, from the Herald, will give some the present tone of the Northern press: winter campaign East and West--What is the prospect? The disaster to the national army Fredericksburg has dissipated the confident previously entertained throughout the "short, sharp, and decisive" against the rebellion, East and West, has brought
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
le time for rest and for the needful of its heavy damages. Whether General therefore, is to go into winter quarters to resume offensive operations on Rappahannock, or from some other base of operations, we cannot tell. It will su the present that he has received a that he must turn the rebel his front of abandon that line of march they are deliberating now in Washington upon next to do. The absence of any formi movement to General Burnside by of Suffolk and Petersburg or the James river has enabled the rebel Gen. Lee to con forces in front of Fredericksburg, and to delay another advance on our side perhaps for to come. view of the "situation"--Unmerciful of the "imbeciles" at Washington. We copy in full the New York World's editorial last, to which brief allusion has been in the telegraphic column: help us! There seems to be no help in The cause is perishing. Hope after hope has till now the only prospect is the very of despair. But how ca
Suffolk, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
he fearful slaughter, but little time for rest and for the needful of its heavy damages. Whether General therefore, is to go into winter quarters to resume offensive operations on Rappahannock, or from some other base of operations, we cannot tell. It will su the present that he has received a that he must turn the rebel his front of abandon that line of march they are deliberating now in Washington upon next to do. The absence of any formi movement to General Burnside by of Suffolk and Petersburg or the James river has enabled the rebel Gen. Lee to con forces in front of Fredericksburg, and to delay another advance on our side perhaps for to come. view of the "situation"--Unmerciful of the "imbeciles" at Washington. We copy in full the New York World's editorial last, to which brief allusion has been in the telegraphic column: help us! There seems to be no help in The cause is perishing. Hope after hope has till now the only prospect is the v
Warrenton (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
e the battle would more decisive than if he had crossed at first named. He says became very near and that after waiting two days for us to and fight him, he recrossed, without loss or material, and adds "to the brave officers who accomplished the feat of re in the face of the enemy, I owe every For the failure in the attack I am re He compliments his soldiers fight sympathies for the dead and his pray the wounded, and says he is the more for the disaster, as he moved on this Warrenton rather against the opinion of Secretary of War and Halleck. He be moved earlier than was expected, and Stanton, and Halleck told him to be He gives, as his losses, 1,152 killed, wounded, of which, he says, a large are very slightly so, and his prisoners are He says the army is in good condition, and the Government for its support and confi of Maryland, is dead. The Chronicle says Bragg has been reinforced by on Monday, Vallandigham offered looking to peace, whi
Lost negro man found --Davy, a tall, black, negro man, with short and moustache, and clothed in about half worn was delivered to me for safekeeping by Conductor W. R. Taylor last Saturday --Davy says he belongs to Joe Wright, of Pittsylvania county, about 30 miles from Danville, and was on his way to wait on his young who Lieutenant in Gen. Wise's Brigade. The owner will please come forward prove property, pay charges, and take his servant. Apply to F. J. Sampson, Agt., Richmond and Danville R. E. Danville papers please copy and him to me immediately. de 15--
Lost negro man found --Davy, a tall, black, negro man, with short and moustache, and clothed in about half worn was delivered to me for safekeeping by Conductor W. R. Taylor last Saturday --Davy says he belongs to Joe Wright, of Pittsylvania county, about 30 miles from Danville, and was on his way to wait on his young who Lieutenant in Gen. Wise's Brigade. The owner will please come forward prove property, pay charges, and take his servant. Apply to F. J. Sampson, Agt., Rid in about half worn was delivered to me for safekeeping by Conductor W. R. Taylor last Saturday --Davy says he belongs to Joe Wright, of Pittsylvania county, about 30 miles from Danville, and was on his way to wait on his young who Lieutenant in Gen. Wise's Brigade. The owner will please come forward prove property, pay charges, and take his servant. Apply to F. J. Sampson, Agt., Richmond and Danville R. E. Danville papers please copy and him to me immediately. de 15--
Joe Wright (search for this): article 1
Lost negro man found --Davy, a tall, black, negro man, with short and moustache, and clothed in about half worn was delivered to me for safekeeping by Conductor W. R. Taylor last Saturday --Davy says he belongs to Joe Wright, of Pittsylvania county, about 30 miles from Danville, and was on his way to wait on his young who Lieutenant in Gen. Wise's Brigade. The owner will please come forward prove property, pay charges, and take his servant. Apply to F. J. Sampson, Agt., Richmond and Danville R. E. Danville papers please copy and him to me immediately. de 15--
F. J. Sampson (search for this): article 1
Lost negro man found --Davy, a tall, black, negro man, with short and moustache, and clothed in about half worn was delivered to me for safekeeping by Conductor W. R. Taylor last Saturday --Davy says he belongs to Joe Wright, of Pittsylvania county, about 30 miles from Danville, and was on his way to wait on his young who Lieutenant in Gen. Wise's Brigade. The owner will please come forward prove property, pay charges, and take his servant. Apply to F. J. Sampson, Agt., Richmond and Danville R. E. Danville papers please copy and him to me immediately. de 15--
Conductor W. R. Taylor (search for this): article 1
Lost negro man found --Davy, a tall, black, negro man, with short and moustache, and clothed in about half worn was delivered to me for safekeeping by Conductor W. R. Taylor last Saturday --Davy says he belongs to Joe Wright, of Pittsylvania county, about 30 miles from Danville, and was on his way to wait on his young who Lieutenant in Gen. Wise's Brigade. The owner will please come forward prove property, pay charges, and take his servant. Apply to F. J. Sampson, Agt., Richmond and Danville R. E. Danville papers please copy and him to me immediately. de 15--
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