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separated from the rest at the Provost Marshal's, and came by our office about dusk in charge of detective Hix. The captured men of the city Battalion. We mentioned yesterday that fourteen men, including a commissioned officer and a Sergeant, of the City Battalion, were captured by the enemy at Cox's barn, on James river, on the 12th inst. The following are the names of the captured: Lt. Wm. G. Herrington, of North Carolina; Sergt Wm. H. Cunningham, of Cumberland co, Va; Corp'l Lewis A Jacob, Richmond; Privates L B Jones, Caroline co; F M Butler, Hanover; W A Nelson, Louisa; Jesse S Segar, Norfolk; Wm A Trice, Louisa; Jas S Wallace, Fredericksburg; Jas B Whitlock, Louisa; John B Ladd, Richmond; William Smith, Louisa; E F Dickinson, Charlotte; Robt J Waldrop, Louisa. They belonged to company E, 25th battalion Virginia infantry. Town reports. There were a good many reports in the city yesterday about large "risings" of the population in Maryland in favor of th
300 dollars reward. --I was give the above reward for the delivery to me of my man Alick to S N Davis & Co, of Richmond. Said negro, I believe, is lurking in Charlotte county, Va — He has a wife at Mr Motley's, in Keysville, of said county. Alick was originally from Georgia, but has lately lived in Charlotte; he is about 5 feet 5 or 8 inches high, very black, nose very wide and flat, has a prominent scar on the upper part of the breast bone; is quite intelligent, and can read and write. I purchased him in Richmond in May of S R Sedgwick. Alick carried off a large bay horse belonging to Dr. Geo Brown. Said horse was lame in one of its hind feet by gravel; he is slightly white in his feet and on both hind feet. Lewis J Walton, M D, Walton's Mills P G, Cumberland co, Va. je 30--cod8t