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Six Hundred Dollars Reward. Ran away from my residence a Woman, named Caroline, thirty-five or forty years of age; black, medium size, owned by Stephen Davis, of Charlotte county; and one named Charlotte, bought of Lee & Bowman, who came from Petersburg, and is about twenty years of age, gingerbread color and middle size. They have with them Confederate money and specie. I will give the above reward for their arrest and delivery to me, at N. M. Lee's, or $300 for either of them. R. S. Pollard. ja 9--1w
The Daily Dispatch: December 23, 1865., [Electronic resource], Greeley makes a motion to admit the Southern members. (search)
hile. I saw her there once or twice. She advertised for a situation to go to the country in the summer of 1864; she failed to get the place, and procured board at Mrs. Miller's, on Franklin street, and went to live afterwards in the family of Mr. Bowman. Think she lived there two months. Saw her twice in the meantime. She left Mr. Bowman's and came to a room over Mr. Barrett's tin store, on Franklin street. She sent for me, and I went to see her, and she said that Mr. Fisher had a little stoMr. Bowman's and came to a room over Mr. Barrett's tin store, on Franklin street. She sent for me, and I went to see her, and she said that Mr. Fisher had a little store down there which he would let her have if she could get some one to stand for her, and asked me to go up and see Fisher. I did so, and Mr. Fisher let her have the room. She opened a little business there, and I used to visit her. She proposed to me to come back and board with her again. I declined doing so, and she wanted to know the reason. I told her that I was addressing a young lady, and expected to be married at the close of the war or in the fall. I continued to visit her. This was
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