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ich they caused when they were driven up. A detachment of Stuart's cavalry could easily bag all this valuable game. Parties from Drewry's Bluff, who arrived here last night, report heavy firing of cannon, and rapid discharges of musketry, all day yesterday across the river. The fight was evidently progressing on the north of the James, but no accounts of results had reached Richmond last night at ten o'clock. We have positive information that the enemy were reinforced yesterday from below. We know not the extent of the reinforcements, but the Vanderbilt, a very large transport, was certainly in the lower James yesterday, crowded with troops. More reinforcements were probably carried up last night.--The immense train of wagons seen yesterday at Berkley are to be used, doubtless, for the purpose of carrying ammunition and provisions to the now much discomfited foe. It is gratifying to know that we are prepared to meet these reinforcements with fresh troops, man for man.
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One hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway, from the American Hotel, on Monday the 9th inst., my negro boy William, who calls himself William May. Said boy is about 20 years old; five feet ten inches in height; of a bright ginger-bread color; very pleasant address, and neat appearance. He was raised on the estate of the late Wm. G. Overton, of Hanover, and may be endeavoring to escape to the enemy in that vicinity. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me in Petersburg, or $75 if delivered to Messrs. J. L. Carrington & Co., American Hotel, Richmond, Va. je 25--6t Edmund G. James. Whig, Examiner and Enquirer copy three times.