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e advantage and had possession of three pieces of artillery, but not Barringer's gallant North Carolinians, aided by a few companies of Virginians, under Gen Dearisy, proved equal to the emergency, and by a broad charge resealed the pieces. We killed and wounded a large number of the enemy, if prisoners to be believed, and captured thirty-four; all of whom have been received in Petersburg. They represent the 3d New York, 22d New York, and 5th Pennsylvania. We regret to hear that Col Anderson, of the 2d North Carolina cavalry, was killed. The enemy, we hear, made diligent search for Thomas if Campbell, Esq.; the Receiver for this district, with resides near the Court House, but railed to find him. The raiders stole a large quantity of bacon in their route. Our of their wagons was filled to overflowing, and a gentleman residing in the vicinity of Ford's Depot picked up fourteen names after the vandals passed, which had jostled out. We understand from a gentleman who
upper part of a house on Second street, over Jones's store.] Louisa, slave of Mr. Holliston, charged with assaulting and beating Henry, a little son of Wm. M. Read, was ordered to be whipped. The little fellow is only, four years old, and when he was in the court room yesterday the marks inflicted on him by the negro girl could plainly he seen. A whipping was also given John, slave of Childrey & Jones, charged with stealing $22.50 from some person unknown. Barney McGwire, a watchman at Weisiger's Government Clothing Store, charged with being drunk and sleeping on his post, was discharged with an admonition. John and Ambrose, slaves of R D Early, Caesar, slave of R. C. Epperson, and William, slave of Wm. Lewis, were charged with stealing $335 and some valuable papers from Wm. E. Leffew. The evidence being insufficient to convict them they were discharged. A fine of five dollars was imposed upon Mr. George Anderson for his son throwing stones in the street.