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sent number over two hundred. The Richmond Theatre, which has just been finished, was opened with a great flourish of trumpets about three weeks ago. The company performing was large. The celebrated Ex-Street Commissioner of New York, Mr. Smith, has resigned his command in the rebel department of North Carolina, his resignation having been accepted. The cause is supposed to be the existence of difference between Smith and Jeff Davison "affairs of State." The negro regiment troubSmith and Jeff Davison "affairs of State." The negro regiment troubles at Baton Rouge. The "Native Louisiana Volunteers," a negro regiment under a Yankee Colonel named Nelson, has arrived at Baton Rouge from New Orleans. The correspondent of the New York Herald says: The regiment was quartered inside the fortifications, relieving a regiment of whites, which was sent out to the front. They were at once set to work on the fortifications and to leveling certain ruined walls to the ground, to clear a way for the range of our artillery; and it was also ma
Runaway--$50 reward. --Runaway from the subscriber in Henrico county, my servant Smith. Said negro is about 30 years old, black, polite when spoken to. He has lost part of one ear; was purchased in Richmond last January, and came from Fauquier county. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me, or his confinement in jail so that I get him again. John Lindsey, 1st Market. mh 9--3t*