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One hundred and fifty Dollars reward. --I will pay the above reward of 2.50 for the apprehension and delivery of John Kelly at the 18th Virginia regiment, Garnett's brigade, 5 miles North of Guinea Station. Said Kelly was accepted as a substitute for Mr. Wm. H. Pettus, of Prince Edward county, on the 30th, and deserted on the 31st of December last. He is an Irishman, of about 25 or 40 years, (said he was 48 years of age,) 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, dark complexion, dark hair and eyes, very broad chest and shoulders, has a small scar on the left side of upper lip, little finger of right hand short and bent, and has several marks of India ink on wrist and arms. Says he has been third Engineer on a steamer for several years. He had on when he left a black cloth sack coat, black pants and vest, and black cap. Richard A. Booker, Capt, Comd'g Co. F. 18th Va. reg't. Kelly was received as a substitute for said Pettus, upon the following certificate of character:
Fifty Dollars reward. --Left with the guard at Hamilton's Crossing near Fredericksburg, which an officer of the 8th Georgia Regiment was commanding, a Box, containing a full Captain's Sult, except the braid on the sleeves, marked "Capt. R. Irby." Any information in relation to it will be thankfully received, and the above reward paid on its delivery to me. E. H. Muse, Lt. Co. G, 13th Va. Reg't, Garnett's Brigade, Pickett's Division, Near Guinea's Station. ja 16--3t*
t the Committee the Judiciary inquire into the expediency of inserting a bill to regulate impressments. Agreed to Mr. Boteler; of Va., offered a resolution requesting the President to communicate to this House, if not compatible with the public interests, a copy of the official report recently made by Col. Imbodan of the War Department, in reference to the outrages perpetrated by Gen. Milroy upon the patriotic people of the Northwestern and Valley districts of Virginia. Agreed to. Mr. Garnett, of Va., offered a resolution that the Secretary of the Treasury be requested to report to this House, as soon as practicable, the amount of Treasury notes, of each class and description, and also the amount of bonds of the Confederate States bearing 8 per cent. interest, and also of like bonds bearing 6 per cent, interest, issued and outstanding on the 13th day of October last, and on the first day of each month thereafter; also, the amount of each class of Treasury notes and bonds issue