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Asking relief. --Judge Meredith has granted a writ of habeas corpus to the following free negroes, arrested at Deep Bottom on charge of furnishing information to the Yankee Government, and will give them a hearing to day, or early next week. Their names are William and Sylvia Scott, Wm T and Margaret James, Wm. R. and Elizabeth James, Robert James, Edward George, Shadrack James, Robert and Georgiana Fagan, Billy James, Edward and Sarah Seaft, Wm. Whiting, Henry Pleasants, Norman Harris, Parthena Holmes, Elizabeth Scott, Waltball James, Jos R Fagan, Mildred Fagan, Emily Bradley, Kesiah Fagan, Wm E Fagan, Mary W Green, Marcellus James, and Hester Walker--27 in all.
Runaway in jail. --Jesse Jackson, a slave, was committed to this jail on the 25th day of March last 5 feet 8 inches high slander build, dark complexion. His owner will please some forward, prove property, and take him away. George D Pleasants, Sheriff Seartee county. au 11--6w