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$40 reward. --Run away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, quick in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor &Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I ran get them. jy 11--5t Sen. J. Williamson.
A Trip to Washington. --Last Sunday, Lieut. Col. Thomas H. Taylor, C. S. A., of Kentucky, left this city for Washington, bearing a letter from President Davis to President Lincoln, understood to be an official notification of the course that will be planed by this Government in the event of the execution or other criminal punishment of the prisoners taken on board the privateer Savannah. Col. T. Proceeded to the headquarters of Gen. Beauregard, by whom, it is said, he was furnished with a letter to Gen. McDowell, in command of the Lincoln forces on this side of the Potomac. He then proceeded to Fairfax C. H., where he was furnished with an escort of twelve men and two non- commissioned officers, under command of a Lieutenant, with a white flag. Thence he proceeded towards Arlington, encountering a squadron of the enemy's dragoons when within about seven miles of that place, to whose commanding officer he made known his errand. Arriving at Arlington, Gen. Scott. Was notified o
The Daily Dispatch: July 13, 1861., [Electronic resource], Supposed Murder of a wife by her Husband. (search)
Rumors, &c., in Baltimore. Baltimore, July 11. --It is again rumored here that Gen. Patterson's entire army has been annihilated. The troops quartered in the city are apparently preparing to leave. Mr. Dodge, a Unionist, has been appointed City Marshal. Major Twiller's dispatches create intense curiosity. It appears they demanded the virtual surrender of Washington. [We don't know who Major Twiller is, Col. Taylor went to Washington with dispatches. Probably the Northern public has been "sold" as to the nature of the dispatches.--Eds.]