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Fifty dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the arrest and delivery to me of Thos. Wynne, who shot a member of my company on the night of the 19th inst., at Camp Winder, and escaped. The said Wynne is a private in Co. E, 15th Regt. N. C. Vols. He is about 28 years old, with black hair and moustache, dark complexion, and about 5 feet 7 inches high. W. Kemp Tabb, Lt. C. 3 Infantry, com'g Confederate Guards, no 21--cod3t* Camp Winder.
Later from the North. Northern papers of the 19th are received. From those papers and editions of the afternoon of that day we extract some interesting items. The Baltimore American, of the afternoon of the 19th, has the following in its "situation" article: The army of the Potomac is, for the second time, en route for Richmond. The base of operations has been changed to Aquia creek, and the advance is to be made parallel with the line of the Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroad. s, including four commissioned officers, seventy-five horses, and a large number of arms and other property. Foster is still after them." The second draft in Connecticut has been indefinitely postponed. It was to have taken place on the 19th inst. On Saturday last there were 9,875 men in the various camps in Massachusetts awaiting marching orders. Eighty-one of the Ozaukee (Wisconsin) rioters, who made forcible resistance to the execution of the draft, have arrived at Milwaukee