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--About a thousand were received at the Libby yesterday, including the following commissioned officers: Brig Gen Heckman, 1st brigade, 2d division, 10th corps; Col H C Lee, Lieut Col W G Bartholomew, Capt J H Nutting, Capt R. R Swift, 2d Lieut W. T. Davis, 2d Lieut Justin 1st Lieut and Adj't T W McMns; Lieut John H Ladd, 1st Lieut J L. Skinner, 20th Mass; Capt Edgar Kissum, 2d George Peters, 3d Lieut J M Drake, Jersey, Capt R A Willia, 8th Maine regiment, 2d Lieut S P. Hodges, 12th N Y eved that nothing of much importance has occurred. The following official dispatch, though dated the 16th, was probably written by General Lee on Sunday night: Spotsylvania C. H., Via Guiney's Station, May 16th. To His Excellency, President Davis: The enemy has made no movement against our position to-day. He has retired his right and extended his left towards Massaponax Church, occupying the line of the Ni river, his main force being apparently east of that stream. (Signed)
One hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 9th inst, Dentel, about 28 years old; said negro is square built, dark but not black, slight squinching about the right eye, and is very muscular; had on when he left blue pants, twilled jeans, gray frock coat, black merino vest, quilted cloth cap; has a sister at Mr Henry Drury's, Chester field county, near Manchester. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, near Atlee's Station, Hanover county, Va, or lodged in some jail so that I get him, and all reasonable expenses paid. Said negro was bought of Messrs Davis & James, in this city, in the fall of 1862. J. Monroe Carter. my 11--6t*