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oad, and the remaining four pieces were got into position on an eminence on the left of the road and in rear of Benedict's left. Hibbard's Vermont battery was in the rear of the division. General A. J. Smith's division of the Sixteenth army corps, under command of General Mower, were massed in two lines of battle, with artillery, in rear of Emory's division. The right of the first line rested on the road, and was composed of two brigades, the First brigade on the right, commanded by Colonel Linch, the Second brigade on the left, commanded by Colonel Shaw. The Third Indiana battery (Crawford's) was posted in the first line of battle, on the right of the Eighty-ninth Indiana. The Ninth Indiana battery (Brown's) was in position on the right of the First brigade. The Missouri battery occupied ground on the right of the Eighty-ninth Indiana. Other batteries were on the field, but neither the positions they occupied nor the names of their commanders were learned. All, however, d
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One hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, at Ampthill, Cumberland county, my negro boy Clifton. --He is a nutmeg color, about 17 years old, not well grown, but active and smart; he had on no shoes, was dressed with a military cap and pants, with a bear skin coat. When he left he took with him my sorrel horse, 5 feet Linch high, with blazed face and one white hind foot, and paces remarkably well, is 9 or 10 years old, and had on one of Cottrell's best saddles and curb bridle, with one rein broken 18 inches from the bit. It is supposed the boy took the tow-path for Richmond, and is in some of our camps. I will give $100 for boy and horse, or $60 for the boy and $40 for the horse and saddle, delivered to Blair & Chamberlayne, Richmond, or to myself. W. B. Harrison, jy 11--1w Ampthill, Cumberland co.