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Execution near Winchester. --The Winchester Republican, of the 29th ult., says: On Tuesday last the extreme penalty of the law was inflicted upon private James A. Milter, for mutiny and attempting to take the life of Capt. Henderson of the Jefferson Cavalry. In conformity with his sentence, he was shot by a file of men detailed from Capt. Henderson's company, and died without a struggle. Execution near Winchester. --The Winchester Republican, of the 29th ult., says: On Tuesday last the extreme penalty of the law was inflicted upon private James A. Milter, for mutiny and attempting to take the life of Capt. Henderson of the Jefferson Cavalry. In conformity with his sentence, he was shot by a file of men detailed from Capt. Henderson's company, and died without a struggle.
in reference to the above says: "The reported arrival of the Trent in England is absurd. She does not go further than St. Thomas, and the steamer connecting with her there would not be at Southampton until the 28th or 29th.] From Kentucky — Rumored advance of Breckinridge. Louisville, Nov. 26. --Rumors are prevalent this afternoon, but generally discredited, that Gen. John C. Breckinridge, with a large force, is advancing from Green river in the direction of Owensboro's or Henderson. A young man arrived at Camp Calhoun, McLean county; on Saturday last, and reported that J. C. Breckinridge is between Russellville and Greenville, sixteen miles from Greenville, with a regiment of cavalry and one of infantry. He intended crossing Green river at Rochester, and also at Ashbysburg. Another force was to advance on Rumsey, opposite Calhoun, and divert Gen. Crittenden until the other two forces got in his rear. Release of State prisoners from Fort Warren--Marylander
Runaway. --$15 Reward.--Run away from the subscriber, on the 15th day of October last, his Negro man Henderson. Said negro is about 25 years old, very likely, not very dark, and about 6 feet high. The lips of the fore and middle fingers on the left hand have been cut off, and some of his toes have been frostbitten. He has a wife at the farm of Mr. Wm. Boulware, adjoining mine. He may be lurking near some of the camps, with a view to engage himself as a servant. It is not remembered what colored clothes he had on when he left. The above reward will be paid if he is lodged in jail so that I can get him, or upon his delivery to me at my residence, in Henrico county, near Dutch Gap. no 30--ts Henry Cox.