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the rumor that France, in consequence of the stubbornness of England against doing so, has invited Russia to join her in an offer of mediation to America. The Paris correspondent of the London Herald believes that the French Government entertains very serious intentions of interfering to end the civil war in America. The London News gives currency to rumors that Generals Scott Banks and Pope were about to enter Mr. Lincoln Cabinet at Washington. It thinks that the accession of General Scott indicates that military operations are to be prosecuted with the utmost vigor, and to be kept free from the civilian interference which has hitherto, through jealousy, hampered the movements of Gen. McClellan. The London Times has daily editorials on the position of affairs in America. It says that the dissevered States seem to be fast approaching that point where they must become two reasonable nations or go on to anarchy and ruin. The offer of our mediation would only be received
One hundred and fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from me on July 20th, three negro boys, namely: James A. Carpenter, brown skin, about 24 years old, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, reads and writes an indifferent hand. He was bought of Mr. R. A. Claybrook, of Westmoreland county. Arthur, also brown skin; has been in the employ of Mr. S. S. Cottrell for some months; about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high; was purchased of Mr. Wm. Bowen, of Fauquier county, Va. Ned Scott, of lighter complexion than the rest; about 5 feet 4 inches high. He was purchased of Mr. G. W. Royster. It is supposed they are trying to make their way to Fredericksburg. I will pay the above reward of $150 for all three, or $50 for each one, delivered to me or secured in some jail so that I can get them. jy 22--6t* John Frase..