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The Hampton volunteers. --We are requested by Col. J. B. Cary to acknowledge the receipt of the following donations for the benefit of the Hampton volunteers and refugees: 52 pairs of socks from Mrs. John Walker, Mrs. W. Watkins, Mrs. A. Pointer, and Mrs. Dr. B. Fleet, and the sum of $50 from Dr. R. B. Lyne in behalf of the congregation of St. Stephen's Church; also, $50 from James W. Custis, Esq., of Williamsburg, for the benefit of the Hampton volunteers and militia.
Ranaway. --five Dollars reward I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery to me of a negro boy named William who ranaway from Mr. J. Powers several months since. Said boy is quite black; about 16 years old, with a large scar on his face produced by the kick of a horse. Ro. B. Lyne. Agent for Geo. Fitzhugh, office over de 12--ts A. Boreker's Drug Store.
Twenty Dollars reward — William Foster, a mulatto man, well known as having lived with Messrs. Warwick & Barksdale, and as a famous runaway, is off again, and I will give $20 reward for his apprehension and delivery in Cary street Jail, or to me. de 7--ts Robert B. Lyne.