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Post-office Affairs. --On the railroad line from Augusta to Columbia, S. C., Mr. Perry Moses is appointed route agent, in place of F. J. Crum, deceased. At Wellsburg, Brooke county, Va., Thomas M. Lloyd is appointed postmaster, vice Wm. D. Camp. Thomas F. Kemble is appointed postmaster at Prunity Town, Taylor county, Va., vice Abraham Smith.
red to discharge from jail Thos. Ogle, committed by the Court, 13th January, for twelve months, for failing to give security to keep the peace. Harry, slave of Watt Tyler, was tried for stealing $200 in bank notes from Persons Walker, February 16th, and ordered thirty-nine lashes. Joseph Nicholas Baratta, minister of the Roman Catholic Church, was authorized to celebrate marriages and officiate as minister in accordance with the usage of that Christian society. Case against Perry Moses for letting his slave go at large, was dismissed. Rule against Jno. J. Walker, for the same cause. Rules were awarded against John Jaiser, Wm. A. Barnett, and Jim Webster, for failing to appear as witnesses against Cyrus, a slave, charged with felony. James Phillips, a soldier, was examined for making a lascivious attack on Martha Jane Miller, a white girl, under 21 years of age, and was acquitted. Wm. H. Pleasants was appointed deputy for John M. Francisco, Commissioner o
C. S. Circuit Court, judge Halyburton presiding. --This Court met yesterday at 11 o'clock. The Grand Jury, after being sworn and charged, retired to their room for hearing the causes submitted to them. On their return they made the following report: Robert J. Graves, of North Carolina, indicted for treason; not a true bill. Sandy Jackson, a slave, indicted in three cases for felony, not true bills. Wm. H. Butrick, indicted for misdemeanor, three cases, true bills. Wm. E. Thompson indicted in two cases for misdemeanor, true bills. Wm. H. Thomas, indicted for misdemeanor, true bill. James Sexton. N. B. Kerr, Timothy O'Brien, John Doyle and Perry Moses, indicted for misdemeanor; true bills. The Grand Jury were then adjourned, to meet again on Friday next at 11 o'clock.
Runaway. --From the subscriber, in Fluvanna Co., Va, on the 29th of May last my man Moses. He is near 6 feet high black, rather slender, but large bone; one eye out, the right I believe; knock kneed and turned somewhat to one side; scar on arm between elbow and shoulder, cut by a knife; course voice, had on jeans sock coat and mixed uniform pants. He may endeavor to pass as free and gone off with soldiers. I will give $100 if taken out of the State, or $50 in the State; or $25 if taken in Fluvanna, or any adjoining county to In either case to be delivered to me, or placed in jail so that I get him. Geo W Pettit, Dixie P C Fluvanna, Va. je 11--cod13t*