Dominique Moore

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Dominique Moore - 31BBt imtBXm FREE 18ES& aMT 3, 1863....
31BBt imtBXm FREE 18ES& aMT 3, 1863. astheTes-els He con bnt and our then oS the dVi easy. some one The Ion. la cases dis The and has to understood, in be Cohan who fcs Hew Taker, and as bean nWimflfri a his excrdses by the experience-tralnen, experience-tralnen, experience-tralnen, Hen Winkle and Frank Mclntyre, looks the picture of goo aealtfc, being fall in form, with the muscles of the chest, arms, shoulders and loins fins and rally developed. He la considered a most sdfntiflf boxer, and Ms great skill and experience in ring tactics, which be has coaadeBce, wBl nuke np for the difference difference of sise and weight. The excitement in regard to the result of this match Is at its height in sporting dreles, and in all probability ttaa ballctins ot the city press wili be besieged on Tuesday afternoon to tr.t the news. The telegraph will, no doubt, be the first to fnroish information, and win be snxtoualy awaited. The stakes are $1,000 a side, to be fought according to the rales of the Entiish P. R. The umpires and referees are at present unknown. CbatplalKa lo tbe ArmT. General Clinton B Fi&k. formerly a well known resident of CoUwaler, in this State, sent the following letter to the Young Men's Christian Association of Chicago, before whom it was read on the Fast Day: i niik Tvr. r.x ennrroc b rrsss. BBAPQUAS-iBas BBAPQUAS-iBas BBAPQUAS-iBas So Bsigace U. S. Y-, Y-, Y-, IStu Divlsiox, 13ra Ap.t Coem, Tauhitchie Buyer, Misc., B. F. Jacobs, Secretary of Army Committee. Chicago, Chicago, I1L: Dzar Sib asd Beo. : I am in receipt cl your valued favor of the 13th Inst. It has come lorward to me in this land of drearmea and swampy detoLUon, from Helena. I am glad to be remembered by my Chicago TrosaaAiuftaafc Co. X, Twentieth Irian-trj;D Irian-trj;D Irian-trj;D a Birnea, Co. C, Seventeenth Infantry; Infantry; Monroe 1J. BWwin, Co. Seventeenth M lnraoiry; v . jauaro, u, avwmcw -- -- 6m try; W. O. Calofcan, Co. 6, Seventeenth In-fantry In-fantry In-fantry ; frank Caster, Co. E, Twentieth Into-trr Into-trr Into-trr : Jamea W Defcrakr, Co. L TwarrJeth Infantry; Infantry; Geo. H. Krana, Co. B, Second Infantry-, Infantry-, Infantry-, Chss A. Horn, Co. K, Twentieth Infantry; Leroy Hartoon, Co. 1, Tvenueu lnraniry; John L Kriffln, Co. B. fighth Infantry; John M. HnnsoB, Co. A, Eighth Infantry; John Nlchola, Co. I, Seventeenth Infantry; Jacob 1L Pannsss, uo. i, i werraetn iimairj ; Abram Bcmig, Co. D, Twentieth Infantry; Boswell Rear-den, Rear-den, Rear-den, Company F, Seventeenth In-Etntrv; In-Etntrv; In-Etntrv; George W. Bichardson, Company F, Twentieth Infantry; John Sals berry. Company K, Twentieth Infantry ; Josiah Smith, Company Company I, Twentieth Infantry; John G, ShetTer, Company K, Twentieth Infantry; Thomas 8 Bpeed, company n, xwenuein nmiij , ii Acifrcdire. Comnan v A. Twentieth Infantry ; T mim w)xtr. (tamcasv A Eiehth InfactrT ; Geo. i. King, Company I, Twenty-first Twenty-first Twenty-first Infant- Infant- The following is a list of deaths and dis- dis- charzes of Michigan soldiers from the hospitals t Cindnnati for the week ending April lOUi, 1863: Norman Bailey, Company A, Eighteenth Infantry, pneumonia; Albert Staples, wm- wm- paay IS, Twenty secona iniantry, rj paum iciei, John Purdy, CompaLy H, Twenty-second Twenty-second Twenty-second Infantry, Infantry, typhoid fever; Dominique Moore, Com- Com- panv u, rwenry-sccocu rwenry-sccocu rwenry-sccocu lunu.-, lunu.-, lunu.-, uuuum mosla. OS De'rolt. Ypeuantl Ann Jackson Albion Marshall, Battle itrgaa Lae Hatt'.a Arr Arr. Arr. The make The I.. n-:n n-:n n-:n Jacijoa

Clipped from Detroit Free Press03 May 1863, SunPage 3

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)03 May 1863, SunPage 3
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