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toll'd." Marked men. In view of the recent order of President Davis, concerning the execution of officers of negro regiments, we copy the following list from the New York Tribune of the officers of the 1st South Carolina (negro) regiment, organized by Gen. Hunter, but lately disbanded as inefficient: Captains — Chas. Trowbridge, John D. B. Goddard, James H. Harold, Wm B Church, Erastus H. Case, of New Pork; Wm J Randolph, Robert W. Weller, Robert Hamilton, Wm James, and Jos T Brown, of Pennsylvania. First Lieutenants--Geo W. Reeder. Thos K. Durham, Alexander Heasley, Geo S Vem, Thos S McGlathery, of Pennsylvania; Robert M. Gaston, William H Davidson, israel F Stickles, of New York; Luther G Riggs, of Connecticut. Second Lieutenants--Jno A Trowbridge, Geo K Walker, of New York; Edmund F Gliver, Jas F Johnston, Robert G Christie, Steward. Alford, Jas Pomeroy, Thos C. Randolph, John O Kerr, of Pennsylvania. Regimental Quartermaster--Harry West, of New York. The army
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Twenty-five dollars reward. --Ran away from the premises of Mr. Baumgarten a Negro Girl named "Jenny," the property of Mr. J. Thompson Brown. The said girl is about 4½ feet high, gingerbread color, rather unpleasant when spoken to; has no scar that I can remember I will give $25 for her apprehension. au 28--6t E. D. Eacho.