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Jackson, slave of Richard Balley, Sandy Point. Nat, slave of Albert Hawkerds, York river. Aug. D Pretley, free, Phila. Joe Hall, slave of Dr. Chas Seldon, Richmond Isaac Wood, slave of Chas Wood, no county. King Abel, slave of Thos M Candish, Williamsburg. Eliza Gaskins, free, and children, Prince William. Louisa, free, and children, Prince William. Wm. H. Gaskins, free, and children, Prince William. Tom Dickerson, slave of Chas Dickerson, Greenbrier county, va. Susan Gaskins, free, and D Gaskins, H Gaskins, and Catherine Gaskins, her children, Prince William. Louisa Gibson, slave of Thomas Holmes, Prince William. Jim Johnson, free, Connecticut. Harrison Read, free, Prince William. Joe Bush, free, New York. Jas West, slave of Geo R Cocke, King and Queen. Oliver Pleasants, free, Charles City county. Chas Montgomery, free, Washington, D. C. Wm H Richards, free, Baltimore, Md. John Cox, slave
Escaped from the Yankees. Samuel Price, Esq., a member of the Virginia Convention, who was arrested in Greenbrier county, Va., by the Yankees, has escaped from his captors and arrived safely at his home. He was in Charleston, Kanawha, when our troops captured that place, and the Yankees were too busy running away to carry him with them. He was in his room during the fight, and after it was over came out a free man, the town then being in the hands of the Confederate troops, under Gen. Loring.