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Five dollars reward --For the return to me of my boy Bolling. He is a bright mulatto, 12 years old, square built; well grown for his age; hair inclined to be bushy, but has been recently out. He will pass himself for free, and will endeavor to get work in the city or around the suburbs. His mother, Patsy, (belonging to Gaynor, of New York,) has a free husband named Moten. They live between 3d and 4th streets, (near Mr. John Talman's,) and may aid in harboring him. I will give the above reward for his lodgment in any of the jails of Richmond. au 30--6t* S. W. Green, Jr.
ame job at Worcester for Charles II. On the 3d of September 1659, he died. There are few coincidences in all history more singular than these. On the seventh of September, 1812, was fought the great battle of Borodino, in Russia, seventy miles from Moscow. According to some accounts, the loss on both sides was ninety-seven thousand men. One account makes it out one hundred and seventeen thousand.--It was one of the bloodiest battles of modern times. On the 8th of September, 1781. General Green defeated the British army at Eutaw Springs. On the 8th of September, 1847, General Taylor defeated the Mexicans at Monterey. On the 8th of September, 1855, the Allies stormed Sebastopol. On the 10th of September, 1813. Perry defeated and captured the whole British fleet on Lake Erie. This battle was fought on Sunday. On the 11th of September, 1709, Marle Rough and Eugene fought the battle of Malploquet, against Villars commanding the French army. It was the greatest battle that had