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The Daily Dispatch: January 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Twenty dollars reward. --William Foster, a mulatto man, well known as having lived with Messrs. Warwick & Barksdale, and as a famous runaway, is off again, and I will give $20 reward for his apprehension and delivery in Cary street Jail, or to me. Robert B. Lyne. de 7--ts
Army Theatricals. --A brief allusion has been made to the establishment of a theatre for the amusement of the men of Longstreet's brigade, on the Potomac. We now learn that the agent here has succeeded in engaging a good dramatic corps, with scenic artists and all the necessary retinue. The acting managers are Messrs. Theodore Hamilton and Charles Warwick, and the First Regiment Band will furnish an excellent orchestra.