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ine himself a sojourner for pleasure at a fashionable watering-place, where his physician insisted upon regular hours and diet, and plenty of active exercise. It is a noticeable fact that many of the soldiers at this place find it impossible to button the jackets that fitted them so easily before they left the city. The bathing and fishing is unexcelled. Capt. John Rareshide, with Lieuts. H. L. Blow and Henry and Edward Rareshide, have effected great things at this post, and their efforts have been heartily met by the co-operation of Sergeants Taylor, Harsey, Savage, Lardner and Winue, and every man of the command. The strictest discipline is maintained and cheerfully accorded by the volunteers, who have but to know a wish of their officers to execute it. The drill, police management, and every camp duty is fully up to the regular standard, and if the enemy ever do accord the Perseverance boys such a favor as to call upon them, we think they will soon wish they were in Dixie.
A Reward of ten Dollars is offered for the apprehension of a negro man, slave named Kiah, who absconded some time since and is believed to be in or about Norfolk or Ports, mouth or their vicinities, hiring himself out under a forged pass or as a free man. He belongs to Miss Bettle E. Fitchett, of Accomac county, and I hired him of Messrs. P. M. Tabb & Son, of Richmond. He is probably between 25 and 30 years of age, about 5 feet 6 or 8 inches in height, stout made, and of a dark complexion or black. The above reward will be paid on his delivery to me in Richmond, or upon being duly notified of his being deposited in any jail in this Commonwealth so that I get him. A. W. Taylor. se 19--6t*