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o ascribe a more serious importance to the matter, and to regard it, to our great regret, not an isolated fact, but rather an open threat of the rights appertaining to all neutrals. We are, as yet, not positively acquainted with the demands forwarded upon the part of England to the Cabinet of Washington, upon compliance with which the maintenance of peace appears to depend. As far, however, as we are informed of them, we entertain the conviction that no terms have been proposed by England, by which the dignity of President Lincoln could reasonably be offended. His Majesty the King, animated by the sincerest wishes for the well being of the United States of North America, had desired me to advocate the cause of peace with President Lincoln, through you, in the most emphatic manner. We should consider ourselves fortunate if we succeeded by this means in contributing to a peaceable solution of a conflict out of which the greatest dangers may spring. It is possible the Pr
$100 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber my boy Henry, for whose apprehension and delivery to E. H. Stokes, of this place, or for his confinement in any jail, so that I get him again, I will pay the above reward. Henry is about 23 years old, black, about five feet three inches high, and has rather a down look when spoken to. Had on when he left black coat and pants, and black felt hat. He has been seen near Bristol, on the Manassas Gap Railroad, and near Cub Run Bridge. He may be lurking around Dumfries or Richmond. T. D. Carter, ja 23--1m for Dr. England.