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cancy in the judgeship of the eighteenth judicial circuit, made vacant by the death of Judge David McComas. Mr. Hunter, of Berkeley, offered a resolution inviting legislation on the subject of desertion and the unlawful evasion of military duty, making both infamous crimes, and disfranchising those found guilty of them. Mr. Baskerville introduced a resolution recommending the immediate rebuilding of that part of the Roanoke and Valley railroad between Raleigh and Gaston, in the county of Granville, North Carolina, and the town of Clarksville, on the Roanoke river, in the county of Mecklenburg, Virginia, and the completion of the line from Clarksville to Keysville, on the Danville railroad, in the county of Charlotte. Mr. Pendleton introduced a resolution to rebuild the burned bridge on the Saltville branch of the Virginia and Tennessee railroad, to facilitate the transportation of wood to the salt works. After some other unimportant business the House adjourned.
Six Hundred Dollars reward. Ran away from my residence a Woman, named Caroline, thirty-five or forty years of age; black, medium size, owned by Stephen Davis, of Charlotte county; and one named Charlotte, bought of Lee & Bowman, who came from Petersburg, and is about twenty years of age, gingerbread color and middle size. They have with them Confederate money and specie. I will give the above reward for their arrest and delivery to me, at N. M. Lee's, or $300 for either of them. R. S. Pollard. ja 9--1w