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Later from the North. the movements of Morgan in Kentucky. later from New Orleans — more political Arrests--Yankee news from Pope's army--"Occupation" of Charlottesville, &c., &c., From Northern papers to July 22d, we make up the following summary of news: Proclamation of Gov. Pierpoint to the people of Virginia. Executive Department, Wheeling, Va, July 16th, 1862 To the People of Virginia: The large area of territory won by the arms of the nation requiring numerous garrisons to hold the military positions thereof; the casualties incident to war, together with the threatened interference of two or three of the great Powers of Europe to destroy our greatness and diminish our power, have caused the President of the United States to call for 300,000 men, to secure the nation's integrity and, if needs be, to punish properly the impermanent Intermeddling with our national affairs. Of this number, the State of Virginia has been called upon to furnish 2,000 men, as
den's Adventure, Powhatan county: Daniel about 30 years old; black; about 5 feet inches high; no marks recollected. Charles, about 25 years old; black; about 6 feet high; no marks recollected. Ned, about 21 years old; black; about 5 feet 8 inches; no marks. David, about 40 years old; black; about 5 feet 6 inches; no marks. Ann, about 32 years old; black; about 5 feet 2 inches; no marks. Eliza, about 14 years old; black. Matthew, about 25 years old; black; 5 feet 8 inches. Richard, black; about 5 feet 8 inches; no marks recollected. Gilbert, black; about 5 feet 6 inches; no marks recollected. All except two of the above negroes having lived in Surry county, at Hog Island, were removed to Maiden's Adventure, Powhatan county, and are doubtless endeavoring to make their way back to Hog Island, with a view to escaping to the enemy. Also, Joe, hired at the American Hotel, Richmond. R. Y. Jones. Petersburg, July 16, 1862. jy 19--1w.