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Fredericksburg.--the surrender of the town Demanded. (search)
Twenty-five dollars reward. --Disappeared, on the morning of the 18th, my negro boy Robert Burrows. He has a dark complexion, open countenance, about five feet eight inches high, has fine teeth and a sixth little anger or protuberance on his hand and is about 23 years old. He boarded at the corner of Grace and 8th streets for some time. He had on a red jeans frock coat, (too large) with brass buttons; also, a light straw hat. He served as a body servant for nine months in cavalry Company A, Cobb's Legion, and may be making his way back to Gordonsville. I will give the above reward if he be lodged in jail, so that I may get him. Direct to J. Pinckney Thomas, no 24--3w* Augusta, Ga.