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Startling news. We learn through Capt. Hill, of the steamer Schultz, who arrived here last night at 10 o'clock, that our batteries at Day's Neck and Bluff, on James river, were attacked by three of the enemy's gunboats yesterday morning at 8 ogers from Norfolk that heavy ding was going on at Sewall's Point Craney Island yesterday morning. We learn from Captain Hill that he was day ordered by General Magruder, (now sick at Westover,) to take on at Berkley Clarf 110 barrels of flouracon and beef, and proceed at up Chickahominy river to supply Commissary Department of our ar y. After having loaded, Capt. Hill proceeded thout delay; but upon arriving at Shop ari on James river, received a letter from William H. Southall, Esq.or independence. There is a lighter now crossing the river at the month of the above creek, loaded with troops." Capt. Hill, learning this information, and rtly after meeting the Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson on their way up, deemed it
$20 reward. --Ranaway from my saw mill, in Buckingham county, on Monday, May 5th, 1862, my negro man, named John. Said negro is about 22 years old, ginger-bread color, quite stout, and wide across the shoulders, and about 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, and usually wears a cap. I bought John in March last, at the auction room of Dickinson & Hill, in Richmond, of Mr. George Turner, of Prince William county, Va., where he has a wife, and may endeavor to get back. The above reward will be paid upon his delivery to my overseer, Mr. Payne, or to myself, in Richmond. my 9--6t Truman A. Parker.