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Runaway. --$10 Reward will be paid for the apprehension and confinement of Jesse, who has been seen lurking about Richmond. He is supposed to be about the camps, and may attempt to go off with some company. He is 27 years old, low but stout; dark gingerbread color, and stammers very badly. H. Carrington Watkins. Chesterfield, Sept. 18, 1861, se 19--6t*
back at Manassas — Heary firing heard — improved State of health--"Our Own" Serenaded--Professor Lowe's balloon, &c. Manassas, Sept. 18, 1861. Living on the outposts may be very interesting and very exciting, but a man will occasionally need a change of linen, and will have a desire to go to bed in the usual manner, without the certainty of being obliged to get into the saddle in precisely four minutes from the time he is roused from sleep by a volley of musketry. He will also desire to read a newspaper before it is four days old, and be gratified to walk about a little without having minute halls singing about his ears. As pleasant as idleness and ease may be, however, there is a charm, about the wild life of the advance that binds an adventurous spirit to it, and I must confess that only the lamentable fact of being reduced to the last clean shirt brought me, again to Manassas, and to the task of enduring its present daily routine of dullness: On leaving