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One hundred dollars reward. --Left my farm in Henrico county, within the last twenty days, the following Slaves, viz: 1st. Tom, the property of John C. Grayson, of Culpeper county. Va. He is about 37 years of age, quite tall, and has high cheek bones. 2d. Nat, the property of M. Dew, of King and Queen county, is about 35 years of age, of ginger- bread color, and quite stout. 3d. Aaron, the property of Mrs. McGruder, of Henrico county, is about 15 years of age, quite black, and well grown. 4th. Billy, my servant, is about 15 years of age a dark mulatto, with full black eyes, is very sprightly, and speaks quickly when spoken to. I will give 5 reward for the arrest and delivery of either of the above- named slaves to me, in Richmond, or in any jail, so that I may get them. se 11--4t Jas. M. Taylor & Son.
Colonels Killed--Brown, 20th Indiana; Brown, 28th Indiana; Cantred, 82d Ohio; Koltes, 73d Penn. Vols; McConnell, 3d New Jersey; O'Connor, 2d Wisconsin; Roberts, 1st Michigan. Majors Killed--Barney, 24th New York; May, 19th Indiana; Town, 1st Michigan cavalry. Captains Killed--Abbott, 7th New Jersey, H. Brown, 100th Penn; Brayton, co. B, 7th Wisconsin, S. Brounand, 100th Penn; Buckley, co. K, 24th N. Y.; Campbell, co. E, 3d N. J.; Davey, co. H, 14th Brooklyn Elcock, co. E, 14th, do; King, co. A, 30th N. Y.; Knox, 83d Penn; Mallery, co. B, 14th Brooklyn, Randolph, co. H, 2d Wis; Smead, 2d artillery; Stone, 11th Mass; Templeton, 100th Penn; John Tuite, 8th N. J. Lieutenants Killed.--H. B. Banks, 16th Mass; Beer, 54th N. Y. Bouvier, Aid to Gen. Patrick; Compton, Harris Light Cavalry; Darracott, 16th Mass; Dargen, co. A, 30th N. Y.; T. Fennessy, 30th N. Y. battery; Ferris, Harris Light Cavalry; Haupin, 1st Mich; Hesse, co. D, 3d Mich; Hubbard 2d U. S. Sharps; Mankeville, 1st