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ichmond Blues, received on Wednesday, has resulted in his death. His remains were brought to Richmond, and interred yesterday afternoon, after appropriate services at Sycamore church. Capt. Carter succeeded O. Jennings Wise, who fell at Roanoke Island, and has been with his company ever since. He was a gallant and popular officer, and universally esteemed by his acquaintances. Among our officers wounded on Friday were Col. Tabb, of the 59th Virginia, flesh wound in the thigh, and Major J. C. Hill, of the 46th Virginia, right arm shattered. The following is a list of the casualties in the Richmond Light Infantry Blates, Co. A. 46th Virginia regiment, in the battles near Petersburg: Killed: Private E. W. Blackburn. Wounded: Capt. Fred. Carter, mortally, (since dead;) First Lieutenant C. P. Bigger, severely in left shoulder; Second Lieutenant E. J. Levy, flesh wound in leg; Orderly Sergeant Robert J. McDowell, flesh wound in left thigh, Privates Henry Miller, through fac
100 dollars reward. --Ran away from my farm, in Prince Edward county, on the my man George. He is about 5 feet 10 inches high, well built, nearly black, with loose mouth, thick lips, open countenance, and walks parrott toed. I will give the above reward for the delivery to Hill, Dickinson & Co. James A. Agnew. je 18--3t*