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The Daily Dispatch: April 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
Cambridge History of American Literature: volume 2 (ed. Trent, William Peterfield, 1862-1939., Erskine, John, 1879-1951., Sherman, Stuart Pratt, 1881-1926., Van Doren, Carl, 1885-1950.) 2 0 Browse Search
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The Daily Dispatch: September 26, 1863., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Seventy-five dollars reward. (search)
ar on right leg. 4. Manuel Taylor, free, sentenced from Lynchburg, April 1, 1862, age 26, black complexion, black hair and eyes, about 5 feet 3 inches high, one scar on calf of left leg, also two small scars on left leg, also one small scar on forehead, and one over left eye, above the outer corner. Wyatt Johnson, free, sentenced from Lynchburg, November 16th, 1862, for grand larceny, for two years, is 22 years old, black complexion, hair and eyes; 5 feet 6¾ inches high; was born in Sussex co, Va; has one small scar over the left eye, and one on the right arm, between the wrist and elbow, and the point of the left-hand thumb cut off. 6. Allen Gowen, free, sentenced from Pittsylvania Nov. 20, 1862, for grand larceny, for three years, is 40 years old, black complexion, hair and eyes; was born in Halifax county, Va, is 5 feet 7¾ inches high; has one scar on the outside of the right leg, just below the knee, and one on the outside of the left leg, half way between the ankle a
The Daily Dispatch: October 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], One hundred and Seventy-five dollars reward. (search)
one scar on right leg. 4. Manuel Taylor, free, sentenced from Lynchburg, April 1, 1862, age 26, black complexion, black hair and eyes, about 5 feet 3 inches high, one scar on calf of left leg, also two small scars on left leg, also one small scar on forehead, and one over left eye, above the outer corner.Wyatt Johnson, free, sentenced from Lynchburg November 16th, 1862, for grand larceny, for two years, is 22 years old, black complexion, hair and eyes, 5 feet 6¾ inches high; was born in Sussex co, Va; has one small scar over the left eye, and one on the right arm, between the wrist and elbow, and the point of the left-hand thumb cut off. 6. Allen Gowen, free, sentenced from Pittsylvania Nov. 20, 1862, for grand larceny, for three years, is 40 years old, black complexion, hair and eyes; was born in Halifax county, Va, is 5 feet 7¾ inches high; has one scar on the outside of the right leg, just below the knee, and one on the outside of the left leg, half way between the ankle an
The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], Hotel keepers and theatrical managers in New York. (search)
ar on right leg. 4. Manuel Taylor, free, sentenced from Lynchburg, April 1, 1862, age 26, black complexion, black hair and eyes, about 5 feet 3 inches high, one scar on calf of left leg, also two small scars on left leg, also one small scar on forehead, and one over left eye, above the outer corner. 5. Wyatt Johnson, free sentenced from Lynchburg November 16th, 1862, for grand larceny, for two years, is 22 years old, black complexion, hair and eyes; 5 feet 6¼ inches high; was born in Sussex; Va; has one small scar over the left eye, and one on the right arm, between the wrist and elbow, and the point of the left hand thumb cut off. 6. Allen Gowen, free, sentenced from Pittsylvania Nov. 20, 1862, for grand larceny, for three years, is 45 years old, black complexion, hair and early was born in Halifax county, Va, high; has one scar on the outside of the right leg, just below the knee, and one on the outside of the left leg, half way between the ankle and knee, and one on the
The Daily Dispatch: November 28, 1863., [Electronic resource], Army of Tennessee, Missionary Ridge, Nov. 22. (search)
auquier, Rappahannock, Loudon and Leesburg, Clarke, Alexandria, and Fairfax. Petersburg District.--H. B. Cowies, Presiding Elder. Washington Street — W. H. Wheelwright, T. H. Early. Union Street — J. H. Payne. Market Street --Joseph A Proctor. High Street — A. G. Brown. Blandford Mission — James A Crowder. City Mission — E. M. Peterson. Chesterfield — A M. Halt, W. G. Hammond, N Thomas, and J K Powers, sup'y. Coalfield G N Guy. Dinwiddie — T L Williams, Jos E Martin, and R L Scott, Sussex.--I R Finley, B R Duval, James A Riddick, sup'y. Greensville — Wm. L Daiby, R. O. Burton. Northampton — E F Witson, J C Garlick, sup'y. Bertle — Joseph J Edwards, Geo W Robertson, Robert I Carson. Murfreesboro'--J H Riddick. Southampton — The A Pierce, Jos Arnold, sup'y. Southampton Colored Mission — John W White. Smithfield W. E. Allen. Surry-- J M. Connaully, Alexander Stewart, sup'y. Prince George--M S. Colonna, B B Wondward, sup'y. Military Post in Chesterfield-- T S
ment of the Medical College of Virginia was held at the African Church last night. Dr. A. E. Peticolas delivered the address to the graduates. The ceremonies of the evening were of an interesting character, and the large concourse of ladies and gentlemen present were much pleased with the entertainment. The following is a list of the students who have received diplomas to practice medicine at the last session. A R. Rowzie, Essex, Va., J. Waddle Davis, Richmond. Va; J. Edward Moyler, Sussex, Va; J W Belvin, York, Va; John H. Tucker, Brunswick, Va; Joseph W Baker, Louisa, Va; Franklin S. Hall, Fredericksburg, Va; Wm D Sale, Essex, Va; John W. Fuqua, Amherst, Virginia; John R. Wood, Virginia; John W. Aler, Spotsylvania, Virginia; Henry E. Walking Prince Edward, Va; John R. Gildersleeve, Richmond, Va; Luther R. Dickinson Louisa, Va; George W Grantham, Jefferson, Va; James A Johnston, Betetourt, Va; William C. Day and J Cary Jordan, Isle of Wight, Va; John W Williams, Mathews, Va;
The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War News — Grant Quiet — Another Reverse for Butler on the Southside — the battles in Louisiana, &c. (search)
s told Mr. Derby that they were not out on a fighting excursion.--that such was not their business, though if necessary they would engage in it. Their sale object, they said, I was to destroy railroads, &c., &c. They reached Jarratt's about 6 o'clock Monday evening in a great hurry, burnt the water tank, tore up the railroad for about a mile, and cut the telegraph wire. They remained there but a short time, and then put off at full speed towards Freeman's bridge, over Nottoway river, in Sussex, where they arrived about two hours before day Tuesday. The bridge had been destroyed by our people, and the raiders crossed over on logs overlaid with fence rails. They then made a circuit and struck the Jerusalem plank road, which they kept until they got within fourteen miles of Petersburg, where they turned off to the right, and reached Mount Sinal Church Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock, where they halted. They were fired on near the church by some of our cavalry, which greatly alarmed t
gan to press them, and the enemy retired hurriedly. The pursuit continued on as far as Jarratt's Station, on the Weldon road, thirty miles below here. At this point, night supervening, and our men and horses broken down the chase was abandoned. The enemy were, however, thoroughly demoralized, and every man was making rear-raids on his own hook — their organizations having been entirely destroyed. At this point pursuit was abandoned, as I have stated. Their route now to Grant will be via Sussex C, H., and through Southampton up into Prince George, which is a distance of some sixty miles.--The woods and roads are said to be full of the enemy, who are scattered in every direction, and are constantly being brought in. In addition to the captures previously reported, I have the gratification of informing you that we captured two more pieces of artillery, nine more wagons, more ambulances — how many is not known. The wagons include the headquarter and private wagons of Gen. Wilson
The Daily Dispatch: July 6, 1864., [Electronic resource], Revelation of a Mammoth scheme of operations. (search)
tealing all the horses and negroes which could be found in his way, and again enter Grant's lines by way of Stony creek; and if this point proved impracticable, to come out where he entered, at Reams's Station.--Kantz was to proceed to Danville, from thence to Greensboro', then on to Raleigh, and thence along the Raleigh and Gaston Railroad to Weldon. At the latter place, the bridge was to be burned, and Kantz was then to make for the Black water, and come around through Southampton, Surry, Sussex, and Prince George to Grant's headquarters. This officer states that the combined forces numbered all of eight thousand; that they were splendidly armed and equipped; well mounted; had picked men, and that, in all respects, it was intended to have been the grandest raid of the war, far eclipsing all similar expeditions, either East or West not excepting Grierson's great tramp through Mississippi, and Sheridan's contemplated march to Gordonsville, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, etc.--Our reader
Capture of an old runaway. --Among some prisoners captured a few days since from Wilson's raiders around Petersburg was a negro fellow named Joe Moss, belonging to Major Wm. Allen, of Sussex, now living in this city. Joe has been absent over two years. In response to a telegraphic dispatch, officer Moore went to Petersburg yesterday afternoon to bring the runaway over to Richmond.
Dr. And'w Field, Amos, Greenville co, Va Edward Wyatt, Davy, Greenville co, Va Wm. Wyatt, Cyru, Greenville co, Va, Miss. S. Atkins, Billy, Sussex co Va G. W. Payham, Arthur, Sussex co Va Dr. Henry Hunt, Adam, Sussex co Va Jacob Vanmeter, Jim Smith, Hardy co, Va Capt. B. Hudgins, CarterSussex co Va Dr. Henry Hunt, Adam, Sussex co Va Jacob Vanmeter, Jim Smith, Hardy co, Va Capt. B. Hudgins, Carter, Dinwiddie co, Va Patrick Lewis, Dick, Dinwiddie co, Va Robt. Sydnor, Alick, Dinwiddie co, Va Mrs. Pull Cox, Erasmus, Brunswick, Va Wilkins Spencer, John, Brunswick, Va Wm. Young, Jim, Rockbridge, Va Maj. Archibald, Simon, Hyde co, N. O. Miss. Neil A Marshall, Bob, Lunenburg co, Va WSussex co Va Jacob Vanmeter, Jim Smith, Hardy co, Va Capt. B. Hudgins, Carter, Dinwiddie co, Va Patrick Lewis, Dick, Dinwiddie co, Va Robt. Sydnor, Alick, Dinwiddie co, Va Mrs. Pull Cox, Erasmus, Brunswick, Va Wilkins Spencer, John, Brunswick, Va Wm. Young, Jim, Rockbridge, Va Maj. Archibald, Simon, Hyde co, N. O. Miss. Neil A Marshall, Bob, Lunenburg co, Va Wm. A. Wood, Isaac, Charlotte co,. Va Hillary Goode, Silas, Charlotte co,. Va Wm. B. Green, Diex, Charlotte co,. Va Nathan Leftfar, David, Fauquier co, Va Zith Nally, Henry, Charles co, Md, W. Simons, George, Prince George, Va Thos Fauntieroy, Charles, King & Queen, Va Samuel Leake, Edwar
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