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nd other clothing to protect us from the cold and storms of winter, and for several packages of socks sent us by ladies in the county. Resolved, 2d. That the thanks of this company are also due, and hereby tendered, to the following ladies and gentlemen of Richmond city, viz: to Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison, for many kind offices; to the ladies of the different churches, for making clothing for the company; to Miss V. W., for her kind aid and assistance; to Messrs. Dupree and Davis and Mr. Stokes, for very many kind offices; to Messrs. T. B. Keesee, John Booker, and N. W. Edmunds, for valuable contributions to the comfort of our company These ladies and gentlemen and others will be long remembered for these and many other kind offices rendered us while we were stationed in the city during the months of April and May last. Resolved, 3d. That the thanks of this company are also due, and are hereby tendered, to the ladies and a gentleman of Bethlehem Church, in the county of Char
Ranaway--$50 reward. --Ranaway, from the jail of Thos Jones, of this place, on Monday, 21st of October, 1861, a Negro man, named James; dark brown complexion, 21 years old, and nearly six feet high. He had on a dark suit when he left; also, a military overcoat. I expect he will try to pass for a free boy. I will pay the above reward for said boy, if taken out of this city, or $25 if found in it, to be do delivered to me at E. H. Stokes's, Richmond, Va. de 19--1m* J. A. Rurdett.