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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 20 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Published EVERT MORNING (Sunday*. Kxc*pt*_)al No. 18 Roanoke Squabh, NORFOLK, Va., end sold to Dealers and News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRTO or -out to subtcrlher* l.y mail at tha rat* of TEN DOLLARB PER YKAR payable in advance. Single copies, at tha counter FIVE CENTS. Bisldcnt* in the city of Norfolk or Portemoeth, deslr ng the paper loft regularly at their house* or place* ol I usluoas, will ho served hy a carrier, by leaving the nam. nd address at the counting-room of the publication offlco. They will settle wilh tho carrier weekly for the i ante. FUBNISHING GOODS. ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY. THE CORNER STORE 'I he resort of i FASHION AND FANCY. Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's FURNISHING GOODS, OF ALL SORTS, FASHION AND MATERIAL. TOILET ARTICLES, A great feature in mv Stock, from the renowned PHALON A SONS, CnAMPION PE-FIJMER. OF THE WORLB. PERFUMERY, CONSISTING OK THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES AND PRICES: Extracts for tlie Handkerchief. NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS It ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 20 November 1865

bound shipping acquired by the Ameri tan Fenians for operations on the sea, will Ireland be called upon to actively co-operate. Anil for even this sub-e ---uuent co-operation, a liberal time will be allowed her. The sagacious leaders of the Fenian movement have aban doned the error of the early insurrec tionists, anil, instead of rising within Ireland, where they are shut off from the se.-t and constantly threatened with an overwhelming military force, they intend now to project war against Eng lainl from an outside bane of operations, and enforce the cii-oiieration of F_ng li. liitien themselves, through the inflic tion of unbearable maritime distress. Their calculation is correct. The true way to attack England is Io assail her commerce, and tliat being done by a power which has no commerce to con serve, leaves all Ihe advantages upon one side. The English masses, borne down as they are with (siverty and per ishing by thousand- from actual starva tion, will not longendiire the add...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 20 November 1865

Silt iotf.U* I'osi. MONDAY, NOVEMBER _fi, 18ft.. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MICETINII OK THK EMIGRANT All Society. The merchants and citizein attended the adjourned meeting of th< Emigrant Aid Society on Saturday niglil at room No. 4, Custom House, in very respectable numbers. The meeting WH calletl loonier about seven o'clock, by James |_. Barry, the President. Col. Gaorge Blow, the Chairman of the Com mittee of thirteen appointed at last meet ing lor the purpose of preparing some definite plan of organization, made a verbal report of the action and recom mendations of the committee In tlie report it is urged, as a necessity, that Virginia should be supplied with labor. Tlie Colonel wauled to hear the sound of the hammer and saw, or tho pick in Ihe minis, with the smoke of manufactories. He said that labor must come Rrom Europe, and we niust and should induce it from those shores ourselves, and not trust lo speculators Col. Blow deprecated the idea of our ■lumbering while others profit...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 20 November 1865

TRAVELEK'B GUIDE. "p'olt RIO DE JANEIRO. CALLING AT ST. THOMAK, PARA, PERN AMBIT tO aptl BAH IA. The United Slates and Brazil Mail Steamship Company will dispatch regularly, ON THE Mtn OF EVERY MONTH, A NEW AND KIRS T-C LABS STEAMSHIP, To leave at 3 o'clock, P. »., from Pier 43 North River. All letters have to pass thruugh the rostoflice. An experienced Surgeon will be in nttondaeco on oard. For freight au<i passage, having splendid accoininoilii tious, apply to THOMAS A-OKNCIO A CO., uct_ii—:;i- No. 17 llriuidway. New York. ~J[\W*' aNT ic v ° AHT mail ** STF.A-.MSIIIP LINE FOR N __ \V YORK! THE NKW AND FIRST CLASS SIDK-WIIEF.I. Si'l.AMSllll'- HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE, Leave Norlolk l.ir New York as billows: HATTKUAS, .'ai.'n Lkwis 1 __i_kh, Will leavo Dickson's VI luul every WEDNESDAY at I i.'t lis'X, A. it. _________ ABLE, CAP*. H. A. Boi kni:, Will leavo Di. kinson-s Wharf every SUNDAY at I . ..'CI-.. k, A. H. Paat; Mm by Ibis line will he only one night at tee. Returning, liv.i...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 21 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POST I r.iblisbnl EVERY MORNING (Sunday-Excepted) al No. 18 Roanoke Square, NORFOLK, Va., and 5..1.l to Dealer! aud News Boys at THREE DOLLARS PKR HUNDRBP oc sent to sul.scril.ei-s by mail at the rate ol TEN DOLLAR.. PEE YHAK payable lo ailvanee. Single copies, et tha counter, FIVE R. sidents in the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, deslr ag tbe paper left regularly at their houses or places ul I -slueas, will he served by a carrier, by leaving tbe nam. N.i addreea at tha counting-room of tha publication oflce. They will settle with the carrier weakly for the i ims. GOODS; ■pNTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY. THE CORNER STORE The resort of FASHION AND FANCY. Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's FURNISHING GOODS, Of ALL SORTS, FASHION AND MATERIAL. TOILET ARTICLES, A itr.-i l.atiuu iv mv Mink, from the rt.i_yv.__t. J PHALON & SONS, ' CHAMPION PERFUMER.. OF THK WORLD. PERFUMERY, CONSISTING OF THK FOLLOWING ARTICLK. I AND PRIORS: Extracts for the Handkerchief. . NIOHT BLOOMING CERKUJ ...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 21 November 1865

rounded by the Maroons, and finding escape impossible, he came on to the open high road; a body of Maroons levelled their rifles at him, and he sur rendered himself their prisoner. We may here add that his brother, Moses Bogle, was captured also at Spring Garden; but in tlie endeavor to take him he was much cut up, having fought des perately. ™c conspirators plan. Among the treasonable documents re cently captured by the authorities in their search since the outbreak in St. Thomas in the East is "A Plan of Kings ton," said to have been prepared under the direction of General Lamothe, the Haytien refugee. The plan presents the point at which the city was to he tired—the points to which it was expected the authorities would repair—the point at which tlie massacre was to commence, and the points at which posts were to be station ed, so as to cut off the flight of those who escaped to the roads leading out of the city. The conspirators were to await the arrival of the troops at the scen...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 21 November 1865

Ik* partollt g£o*t TI'KKDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1865. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. EXCITEMENT ..MONO THE I ..AYERK. At six o'clock, yesterday morning, the eryol" "aman overboard," createdquite a stir anions,' Hie crowd assembled on Baltimore wharf. Tbe bulk of the gath ering was composed of the actors of (Menu's theatre, who were about to em nark in the City of Richmond for City Point.and Petersburg. It, seems that a Mr. John Taylor, a stranger, had slipped while walking on the gang-plank, and wi'iil overboard. He disappeared at once; and Ibis (brew all into the wildest excitement. Mr. S. W. Glenn, I the pro prietor of the theatre here and Phoenix Hall til r.k'isbujg) with the utmost ooolness, plunged in, to rescue Taylor, and eanie up on Ihe other side of the Richmond, having the half famished countryman In his arms, Hut the crowd ou the dock were ignorant, yet, of the fact that Mr. Glenn had conic to the surface at all; and bis outcries, "throw over a rope," only served to nuke mat ten worse ; f...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 21 November 1865

TRAVELER'S GUIDE. RIO DE JANEIRO. CALLING AT ST. THOMAS, PARA, PEBNAMBUCO and BAHIA. Th* United States and Bnvtil Mail Stiaindiip Company will dispatch regularly, ON TIIK -iOtH OF EVKRV MONTH, A NEW AND FIRST-CLASS STEAMSHIP, To leave at 3 o'clock, P. M., from Pier 41 North River. All letters havo to pit*, through the Po_to_l.cn. An experienced Surgeon will b« in attendance on otrd. For freight und passage, having splendid accommoda tions, apply to THOMAS ASCEXCIO & CO., OOttl —ht No. U Broadway, Now York. ~a;tl antic c oast mXi l STEAMSHIP LINE FOR NEW YORK! TUB NKW AND FIRST CLASS BIDE-WIIKEI STEAMSHIPS HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE, Leave Norlolk for New York as follows: HATTERAS, Cait'n Lewis Parish, Will leave Dickson's Wharf every WEDNESDAY at !> rt'clucK, a. tt. ALBEMARLE, Capt. H. A. Bouknk, Will leave Dickinson's Wharl every SUNDAY at I • o'clock, A. _. l'uss ti;;. i'k hy this line will he only one ni. lit st sea. Retuiniuir, these .hips leave New York every WEDNESDAY and S...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 22 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Published EVERY MORNING (Sunday'sExcepted) »l No. 18 Roanokk Square, NORFOLK, V.1., l tad *old to Dealers and News Roys nt. THREE DOLLARS PKR HUNDRED » sent to subscribers by mail at the rate of TEN DOLLARS PER YEAR lajmbla in advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE I 3INTB. R. sldenta In the city of Norfolk or Portsmouth, dnrir- Hg Ihe paper left regularly at their house, or place* of I iisiiiese, will be served by a carrier, by leaving the name ml address at Din conntiug-room of tbe publication 1 -100. They will settle with tho carrier weekly for the am*. I __ JTTB^HING ENTERPRISE AND INDUSTRY. iTHE CORNER STORE The resort of FASHION AND FANCY. Ladies', Gentlemen's aud Children's j FURNISHING GOODS, ! OV ALL BORTS, FASHION AND MATERIAL. ' TOILET ARTICLES, A jreat fentur, in my Stock, from t.i«r_now_.»d PHALON & SONS, CHAMPION PEKFUMEnS OK THE WORLD. j PERFUMERY, CONBIBTINU OF THK FOLLOWINII ARTICLES AND PRICES: Extracts for the Handkerchief. NlllHT lII.OO...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 22 November 1865

\_J_y ****** DNESDAY, NOVEMHER22,IB66. tomi-iini. nitons i-.-lsti.i_ lo busintM uiatti-rs ion with thi* paper should'he addressed In L. M i. Nt.rf.tlk Pat. All communications pertaining t" isl tastier*, and nil correspondence Intended fut per should he addressed to John Clark, K.lit'.i -i t.-.i - hi - r.t.|ut-st.il to band it. their ulvertise hefiire six o'clock _ the eve.ti.ig, pi .vio.is (o ilion. mien and uewsttoys desiring paper* . ill ploase leir order. *t the couutiag-ruoui Uu- .-.. niu_ pre sfore six o'clock. on'_ Brothers, Booksellers and Stalht.ers, t.is zed iiLintt to sell the Norfolk Pott, and .11 ordorn h them will be attended to Ihe .am* al if left at -c of publication. r.tttrnill A Co., are authorised A_Yt.rl_rii.il for the Post in New York and Boston. THE NEWS. .steapishipChina, with dates from •pool to the l_th of November, ar at Halifax yesterday morning. Shenandoah has been turned over ie American Consul, and Captain dell and his crew were discharged nditionally. S...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 22 November 1865

St* iorfotU I'o-1 W-ONESDAY, NOVEMHERBB, 186.. LOCAL INTELLGIENCE. IHE COURTS. Havnks, -ihk Drr_c~-_>. W. H. Haynes, now confined in tlie city jail, who is charged with extortion, arrived here from Richmond on the Bth of Oc tober, bearing v letter from one of the subordinates in the office of Colonel Ordway, Provost General of this Mili tary Department-to report to Captain • Jiliiiore, the Provost Marshal of this nost, for detective duty. Capt. Cilmore being absent, Haynes presented his papers to General Mann, and made n requisition at once for ahorse. Oeneral Mann declined to sign any requisition fora horse, for the reason, lhat he, lien. Mann, had received no orders from mili tary headquarters defining tlie status of Haynes, or the duty to be performed ; and that Haynes had no business here, even under the orders he presented. Captain Qllmore returned iv a day or two, and Brigadier General I_ahn— rather suspicious of Haynes—directed the caplain to carry out the orders and be ca...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 22 November 1865

TRAVELER'S GUILE. pev* 810 DE JANEIRO. CALLINU AT ST. THOMAS. PARA, LERNAMRUCO jtiul RAHIA. The Uuitcd States and Brazil Mall Steamship Company will ili.patcli regularly, ON THE -Ml OF EVERY- MONTH, A NEW AND FIRBT-CLAB STEAMSHIP, To leave at 1 o'clock, r. M., front I'ier 43 North River. All Ml! n have tt. p;.«» through the Po.lolllce. An experienced Surgeon will ho In attendance on curd. % For freight und pawngo, hnving p-plenili.l aicoiniiii—a tion-. apply to THOMAS ASCENCIO * CO., ocfitt —:im .N.t. IT Broadway, New York. ~\ 'Fh\ NTH' coast mail STKAMSIUP LINE FO It N E \V YOR X I THE NKW AND FIRST CLASS SIDIMVIIEEI. STEAMSHIPS HATTERAS AND ALBEMARLE. Leave Norfolk lor New York as follows: HATTERAS, Cap** LJSWM Pakisii, Will leave _____B'a Wharl' every WEDNESDAY nt t o'clock, — M. ALIJEMAItLE, Cai-t. H. A. Bourne, Will loave Dickiiifiu't Wharf every SUNDAY ut I o'clock,... if. IVihh ngiTß hv this line will he only one night at »en. Ktituriiin. , ll.tse Ships lcavo New York eVory W...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 25 November 1865

THE I.OBFOL-. POST Publish— HVRIIY MORSlNG(_u»day'sE—tniM)at No. 18 ROANOKK (.QUAKE, NORFOLK, Va., and aoltl to Dealers and News Roys at THREE DOLLARS PER HUNDRED or sent to anli.crihers by mail at the rat" nf TUN DOLLARS PKR YEAR payable In advance. Single copies, at the counter, FIVE CENTS. " R.*idents iv the cily of Norfolk or Portsmouth, ng tho paper left regularly nt their house, ur place, of I usiuess, will be served by a carrier, by lettving tlie name ml address nt the counting-room of the publication oft—«. They will settle with the carrier weekly fnr Hie ante. I.".- TRAVELER'S GUIDE. TM POR TAN T TO TRAVELLERS THE OLD AND ESTABLISHED RALTIMORE STEAM PAC'KF.T CO., Currying the UNITED STATES MAIL, aud .it I ADAMS' EXPRESS .HEIGHT, So well nnd so fuvorably known to the Traveling Publiii tn tli- M. N. PALLS' LINE, Are novf Running their magnificent, w il. und -"iiinioiliom BftM_M_t . , THOMAS X X L H Q , OiPT. HKO. W_ RUBUBLL; ADKLALT)!., CAI'T. J A M ft 3 CANNON; Thft THOMAS K...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 25 November 1865

Sll* flotfelfe gfl*te Saturday, November 25,1866. All ..oi.iiii.itiiiaißins rrlntinj; to linslnm twittem cnii need tl with this palm . liuiilil.' I". ail.lrmM—l In mM. llro.vn, Ntirl.tlU _ ._•. All r.imiunuii-atitinti iit.luiitii.s tv -li-Tinl mait.M, ami all ciiri...uiiilonce iolen.le.l for tli•• fi.4p.tr .lu.rilil he _ts—Ml In Jttliii C'lnrl;, B-litor. Atlvcrtit.ers tire requestnl tv lii.i.l Id their liivvrtiae iiitttit. l.titjrn si» o'ulock in ttio evoui... , pi iviom to publication. Newsmen nntl newsbuys -tsMß_ sapors will pl_ui. li.tvf their mtier, sttlis ti.iinllii.n rtittiu th* en u.HK pre vimis l.ttini•■ "iv o'clock. Mit.vhuiv - Broil——, lt,ttil,>ttllt.i'-t siitl SUI/nittrs, »n autliori*e<l -ig..nis to sell ths Norfolk Post, end ill orders lfjt with 1111-111 will Its -th.ntlrit to the miiua si if left at the o_lce of jmbliC-tioH. S. M. A Co., are autlinri-trl A.1.. i li-tiiii; A... or. for tlm Post in Nhw Vnrk hi..l It. ..ton Adams & Co., and llaniden & Co., Ti...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 25 November 1865

-Iv. gjorfo Hi I *st. 'SATLRHAY, NoVI'MIJKU2S, 1866, LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tiik Bask Bali- Match Yesterday afternoon nt two o'clock, quite n large nuinbej- of our oitizens visited the piay! grounds at Hie head of Cumberland street, to witness the match between a picked nine of tbe Juniper Base Hall t lub of this city, anil Hie CFtrf_n Base Ball (.'lul. of (lie 39th 111. Regiment. The umpire, Pendleton Moore, of the .'ivij-htoii Base Ball Club of this cily, appointed scere-keepera far each club, and the captains nf each nine tossed up for the inuil1_;-, which was won ley the Unions. The play commenced about half-past two o'clock, and the wind being fi-etdi und keen from the north ea.it, the position of tba Held was such that the strikers stood tlcsid to leeward of the pitcher, const ipti'iilly this wns exceedingly unfavorable, for it was kni'cklnir tlie hall d.sid ai'siinst (lie Wind. Nine innings were played, which oicujiic.l about two hours! The score stood at the end of Ihe game fi....

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 25 November 1865

s'l'uvi'-.s, eroTEB. VTO V Eti ! -TOY E8 ! T "fit*2rV__S 11! AT J.R, GILLETT'S, ROANOKE SQUARE, Ton can find all of the bast kind, of i COOKING. STOVES, Including the mount vrbnon-tiiree sizes. barley sheaf—four sizr.v southebnjstar—four, sizes. fanny foiirkster-kour sizes. unitiu states—four sizes. stewart cook-four^si/.es. .excelsior—four sizes. Hudson, bo—three sixes. monumental.: do. KBW YTORI.n 80. tli CHESAPEAKE, I-. . A _l.nK COOKE—TIIREB BIZES. -OLIIEN.BTAK, III) CRY»TA_ COOK, Willi Iliiiiliiiite. I'hite. tor Rtujuirs of IA ALSO, OVER THREE llllNDßl'l. HEATING STIVES, Tv burn wood or goal, _______ _ RADIATORS, GAS BURN MRS, and tbe GEM, or Flre-|ihie*' Stove. Tlie allinti.iii t.i'l.u.iers ia H.liciletl lo this i.teiieiir 51... k, I'..r ni-.li, .i.el will I, 5..|,l t.-i th-ly i.niputl- Mm, With the .-I-.*, .tuiii-i. di ' M-. ..-i-. I) S. Cherry Hi.,l I!. A Mi; p, lul. .1 lb.- ltt.it ol \\. It. 55..1..15, Jr.. * Co. we vt-tl' ,ell tttttl put lit. ~t up In .... t, ~,i,_ ■ .'.ei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 November 1865

THE NORFOLK POST Pill. Uphill EVERY M"l:.\'!Ni; l!ui>d;i.v'. !'A,v|i|ed) in No. 18 Ro.kMiKi-: Sqtjarr, NOATOUC, V., anil sold lo Dealers and y.«51;,., , i THREE D'H.I.AKS PER lIUVIiRKI or ent In sirlMcriliers l.y mail ul tlm rale of t;:\ noi.LAKS MSB ykai: payihl" ill a.lvaliee, Slugle/kipifsi, u| Ihe i oimlcr, ITVIi CELTS. K. -idnils la the eiiy „r Nnrll.ll. or I'm Isni.uilh. 'Umi ng the paper left regularly at their lioiohh or plaeeii ot I naiuess, will he served ]>y a carrier, l.y h-aviie; Htfl naun lid addi-.'ss at the eounliiij: r.sjin of liei |,ul,li, ali. n •■••) Tliey Kill .111. Willi llieiailiel Weekly lor lie ante. TRAVELER'S GUIDE. J MI'ORTANT TO TRAVELLERS Til E OLTi A N II I■'?!' A H I.IKII ED Baltimore; steam packet co., ( oiyiii-th.. I'XlTl'.li ITVI'ES MAIL, I ADAMS' E\PUI;s"! I'REHIUT. So well and so fav.nnl.ly hfitawe to lha Trarfllng I'ulle ■ i 1,.. If. N. I'MiLS' HIKE, Are now Knnniii'j tfaftlr ••».• ■ ndii <iit lUit and couutunwißi ttailHJ>, T II 0 M ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 November 1865

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER '2S, 1866. All communication, relmlng to JMtJßtsl mstti i» lou Reeled with this puper eh-enld; Le sdilrensed to K. M Brown, Norfolk fM. All eenimiiniestions pertaining to Editorial matte™, snrl all i orre.poiideure Intended for tlie imp.-i .-!,,,u1-1 ke.-i.ldi.-sed to John Clark, g liter. Advertisers are request, d to hand iv their advertise Bleats before six e'uloek in the evening, pi ivi.ois to paalicatloe. Newsmen aeil uewsLovs, desiriug gapers v ill please have their orders at the counting room the ev> uilig pre- Tiom hofore six oVlock. Mnyhev. '.* Brothers, Booksellerd and SUSsnei-H, are * authorized agents to sell the Norfolk /'.ot, aud ill orders leal with tin o. will l.c attended to the huiiis si if left nt the office of publication. S. M. Petterglll t Co, at* authorised Advertising Agents for the /'.- I in New York and Boston. General Grant arrived in Richmond yesterday afternoon. *-•»•• ■ The National Express Company and the Adams Express Company have ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 November 1865

TUESDAY. MA'KUhEHA J*?*). LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Mt'i'iN'Y' on Board iiii; BntTiaw BabkCampsik in ( hksapeakkßaj, ABBIVAX "I' 1111. MI'TINLTHS tS DoI'IILIC IUONSON IIOAKU IIII) ('.MTIJII States Huvkmi:Cuttkb "Kanka- Kj:p:. The United Mates Revenue Cut tor "ICaii-lva-Kte" anived hereyesttjr day morning' from Hampton mads, having on hoard nl realleged mutineers, taken from ihe British Bark "Cauipslej" of Glasgow, Captain Hooks, from Ralti more, bound to Bel fust, with a cargo bl corn in sacks. The followingsttttemepl of alleged facts were obtitineil from Cap lain Hook's teslinuiliy before M:i.,oi Tabbyesterday morning. "I shlppfd niyeivwiu Baltimore, and sailed from that port on Saturday the 18th lust. On Monday afteinnoti, the 2IBh inst..J came toanchoroll'llie Wolf-Trap Lighl- Boftt, In Chesepeake Hay, the weather being thiol*.,"and blowing heavy from the eastwar.l. During the ii I glil tie wind sliifieilaiid tilew heavy from llu iioilh-wesl, which compelled nu; to let go another ancbo...

Publication Title: Norfolk Post, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk post. — 28 November 1865

STOVES, STOVER OTOVEBI BTOVKSH STOVES!!: AT J.E. GILLETT'S, ROANOKE SQUARE, |aa can find all ol the best kinds of ■ . - COOKING STOVES, Including the MOUNT VEBNON-THREE SIZES* BARLEY SHEAF-FOUR SIZE?.; SOUTHERN STAR-FOUR SUES. FANNY FORRESTER-FOUR SIZES. UNITED STATES-FOUR SIZES. STFWART COOK-FOURJiIZES. ;excelsior-four sizes. j ITCTJSON. DO-THREE SIZES. MONUMENTAL.; DO. NEW WORLD, DO. CHESAPEAKE, DO. PARL-IR COOKS—THREE SIZES. 60LDEN.8TAR. DO. CRYSTAL COOK, With Duplicate Plates for Repnira of Eich. ALSO. OVER ! IHRBE IirNDRED.IIEATING STOVES. To burn wood or coal, including RADIATORS. OAS BURNERS, and the GEM, or Firs-place Stove. The attention of buyers is solicited to this extensive Stock, bought for cosh, ami -vill be sold to defy competi tion. Witß the assistance of Meesrl. D. 3. Cherry and R. A Mapp, late of the firm of W. D. Roberts, Jr.. A Co., we will soil and put theiu up iiAvorkiuanlike manner, at J. R. GILLETT'S, ROANOKE SQUARE, novlS— 1111 Cnriier Wide-Water street. ME...

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