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$5 reward. --Lost, on the 18th inst., between R. Adam's Bakery, on Main street, at the stables of Davis & Hutcheson, on Franklin street, a Black Morocco Pooket-Book, containing about $400 in notes of the Confederate States, Parmers' Bank of Virginis, and Bank of Virginia, &c.; also, sundry important papers. The above reward will be paid to the finder if returned to the undersigned. Jos. J. White, fe 20--ts At the Capitol.
ssible. This correspondent says they "ran." Mr. Editor, he must have been looking at some other men; for the forces under my command did not run, but walked. I walked a part of the way with them myself, and afterwards accompanied them on horseback. Had they have run. I should have mounted my horse at once. The other two companies of the 31st were stationed as follows: Capt. Godwin's, at Fort Forrest, on the Tyrrell side. Capt. G. remained at his fort, which was also manned by Capt. White's company, of the 17th, until Saturday night, after the surrender — Whenever the enemy came within range, they fired upon them very vigorously. After the surrender, Fort Forrest was evacuated.--Capt. Godwin's company was the last to leave, as I have been informed. Capt. God-win, with Capt. Vernon, were the last men to leave the fort. When they left they fired the magazine, which exploded about dark.--Capt. Miller's company was left in charge of the camp. Damiel G. Fowle, Lt. Col. 3