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Fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway, on or about the 1st of May, my boy John. He is about 24 years of age, dark complexion, about 5 feet 8 inches high, always laughs when spoken to, and shows his teeth. He had on when he left a suit of Richmond Gray's. He has been seen about the city frequently. The above reward will be given for his lodgment in jail, where I can get him — Dickinson & Hill's Jail. M. A. Gunn, au 20--12t* Henrico county, Va.
interest and at the same time comfort them in the sad scenes into which they have come. I was assured by a clergyman, a few days since, that over three hundred had professed conversion in the hospitals of his town within three months. A chaplain at Gordonsville remarked that one hundred men in his regiment have professed conversion since entering the service, and that nearly all traced their first religious impressions to the Testaments and tracts which had been distributed among them. There is now in progress at this place (Lynchburg) an interesting revival of religion among the soldiers. Crowds attend on religious services, and several have united with the church. Thus far, the one hundred tract distributors associated with us, have distributed over nine million pages. We need funds with which to cultivate this inviting field. At a mass meeting in Albemarle county, a few days since, we raised $800 for this object, A. E. Dickinson. General Agent Army Colportage.