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100 dollars reward. --Ran away from the residence of the writer, corner of 7th and Deigh sts, on Monday morning last, a gingerbread colored boy, named Jim, about 14 years old, very large month, very sprightly and lively, and fond of singing comic songs when at leisure. He is very fond of soldiers, and my impression is that he has gone off with some of the local companies around Richmond or Petersburg, which latter place he was raised by a Mr. or Mrs. Piermon and sold here 17th March last, at Lee & James's, by C C Burton. There are no scars recollected except whip marks from appearances when he was very young. The above reward will be paid if delivered to Hill, Dickinson & Co, Richmond. F J Sampson, General Freight Agent R & D Railroad. se 10--3t
A review in Gen. Lee's army. --Gen. Ewell's corps was reviewed by Gen. Lee last Wednesday. A correspondent of the PetGen. Lee last Wednesday. A correspondent of the Petersburg Express gives a description of the same: The bugle soon announced all in readiness and Gen. Lee was dispatchedGen. Lee was dispatched for, who soon came riding up, and now the cavalcade, composed of Gen. Lee and Staff, Gen. Ewell and Staff, and the divisionGen. Lee and Staff, Gen. Ewell and Staff, and the division commanders, started off at a swift gallop to the right of the first division, and soon they are seen coming down the front having gone so swiftly over being fully nine miles. General Lee immediately dismounted and came to his carriage, which we flag, and the troops commenced passing in review before Gen. Lee, and as each flag in passing would be lowered as a salutes dispersed, and the troops, with three hearty cheers for Gen. Lee, commenced wending their way back to their camps.--Among ger the men of this army are always to get a good view of Gen. Lee, for though a person has seen him a hundred times, yet he
he Court to be hired out to pay jail fees. Daniel Solan, charged with stealing 400 pounds of Iron from the C. S. Government, was discharged. The trial of Andrew, slave of Mrs. Thos. O. Burton, and Robert, property of Benj. Cutler, for cutting and stabbing James, slave of John Wells, on the 9th day of August, were ordered 39 lashes each. The trial of Charles Schwartz; for stealing a horse from Chas. T. Gauter, was postponed till the next term. A copies was awarded against Mary Lee for non-attendance, charged with receiving stolen goods, returnable this morning. Joridna Mayo, a free negroes, charged with stealing one feather bed from a negro named Robert Crane, on the 29th of August, was discharged. Meade, slave of Wm. P. Strother, charged with stealing from the C. S. Government six sides of leather, valued at $1,000, one piece of gray cloth, valued at $500, and one bag of coffee, worth $100, on the 29th of August, was ordered 39 lashes. A rule was awar
have a list of the suspected cleargy. Butler had a similar list, and was applauded by Abe. Alexander, directs Mouravieff to pursue the most energetic measures against the Catholics. Doubtless Abraham directed Butler to do the same, or at least never reproved him for the outrages he perpetrated upon that class of what he thought fit to call offenders. Alexander-directs the chief of the rebels to be shot if they are taken. Abraham's friends boast that he means to hang President Davis and Gen. Lee. Alexander directs Mouravieff to "adopt measures against families having friends in the ranks of the insurgents." The policy of Abraham in this respect is identical. In the barbarous acts which have followed in Poland and the Confederate States, the instructions of their respective chiefs there is a striking resemblance. The Cossacks slaughtered the wounded, after the battle of Mirabel, until becoming tired of the exertion they buried them while still alive. The Yankees permitted ou