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city, and were committed to the Libby prison yesterday morning: Lieutenants George C. Remay, United States steamer Canandaigua; S. W. Preston, flag-ship Philadelphia; E. T. Brower, United States steamer Housatonic; R. D. Meade, United States marines; Acting Assistant Master G. W. Burkett, United States brig Perry; Eusign B. H. Porter, United States steamer New Ironsides; Acting Ensigns E. G. Dayton, United States gunboat Misahickon; M. W. Fitson, United States schooner T. H. Ward; George Anderson, United States brig Perry; W. B. Huants, United States brig Perry; Third Assistant Engineer J. H. Harmony, United States steamer Housatonic; Acting Master's Mates C. S. McCarty; United States steamer Canandaigua; C. P. Hovey, United States frigate Powhatan; W. K. Engel, United States gunboat Underwriter; Coxswain John C. Reinhardt, United States brig Perry; and captain's cook R. P. Mills, United States gunboat Seneca. In appearance, these prisoners, as they passed down Main street,
Two hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 3 September last, my servant man, Jim. He has a wife at Mrs. Hansfort's, near Fredericksburg. But I think he has hired himself out as a free man to one of the camps near the city. He is thirty years old; about five-feet high, thin visage; slender frame, color, black. I will pay the above reward for his delivery to me. Charles. Anderson. Corner of Clay and Foushee street. oc 15--2t*