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Runaway. --Left my farm on the 21 instant, a Negro man, named T Chus. He is stout built, about six feet high, very bright mulatto, with curly hair and took with him several suits of clothes He belongs to Mr. Theophilus Tatem, about miles below the city, and may be lurking about the neighborhood, or near Edna Mille, in Charles City county, where he was formerly hired. I will pay Ten Dollars for his delivery at my farm on the Osborne Turnpike, about five miles below the city, or to myself in Richmond. James M. Taylor, au 15--4t At Jas. M. Taylor & Son's office.
h being the case, and the country calling upon the States for so much more than was at first anticipated, taxation by the General Government, and next by the State, increasing, I have been induced to call the Legislature together to see whether they are willing to continue the liberal course which was inaugurated when the contest first began. The privateer Dixie. A dispatch from New York, August 11th, says: The schooner Mary Alice arrived here this morning, having sailed on the 21st ult. from Guayadquilla for New York, with 210 barrels sugar. On the 25th ult. she was captured by the privateer Dixie, Capt. Welch, and three of the crew were taken aboard the Dixie and a privateer crew placed aboard the Mary Alice, with orders to take her to Charleston or Wilmington; but on the 3d inst. she was recaptured by the U. S. frigate Wabash, and the privateer crew were transferred to that vessel. While preparing her papers to send the Mary Alice to New York, and with the lat