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ly to add that its officers have as yet been unable to determine its extent. Many farmers complain that the water has destroyed their crops by overflowing their lands, besides carrying away bridges, mills, dams, drowning cattle, &c. The Chickahominy bridge has been washed away, and the freshet is higher at the "swamp" than has been known to be the case for 40 years. The turnpike low- grounds, and all places capable of retaining water, are overflowed. A friend, writing from Henrico county, under date of yesterday, says: The rain, since Saturday, has suspended all farming operations; no corn has been planted, and the flat land wheat is all submerged several feet.--Such a fall of water in this section as not been known since 'Gabriel's Insurrection,'which happened in the year 1800. A gentleman who was one of the Richmond troop at that time, and who stood guard on the hill at the Brook Bridge on that memorable night, informed me that the entire Brook stream covered th
ntenance is good, and she is polite when spoken to. I will give the above reward if the said negro is taken out of the State of Virginia and returned to me, or lodged in jail so that I get her again; if taken in the city of Richmond or county of Henrico, $5; and if taken anywhere in the State beyond the limits of the said city or county. I will give $10. Also, about the 12th of March, a Negro Boy, named Junius Tuppins, apprenticed to me by the Hustings Court of the city of Richmond The bonamed Junius Tuppins, apprenticed to me by the Hustings Court of the city of Richmond The boy is about 17 years old, four feet and a half high, stout and well built, ginger-bread complexion and bad countenance, if he is taken in the city of Richmond or county of Henrico, I will give $5 reward; if taken out of the said city or county and returned to me. I will pay the necessary expenses of his apprehension, in addition to the sum of $5. E. J. Crump, Corner of Leigh and stud sts. ap 10--6t*