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100 dollars reward. --Escaped from the Henrico county jail, on the 7th of July, in company with several negroes and white men, a negro boy, Richard, (usually called Dick,) the property Dr. Pollard, of Richmond. He is 14 years old, dark complexion, rather stout, speaks quick, being disposed to look away when spoken to. One of the negroes, named Claiborne, has been heard of in the 10th N C regiment, Gen Lee's army, and it is probable Dick may be in the same army. I will pay the above reward if he is delivered to me in Richmond, or confined where I can get him. Geo D Pleasants, Sheriff of Henrico county, Richmond R. O. oc 21--3t* (021,26&28)
e New York Times, says: There was little or no fighting yesterday in the front. It is rumored here this morning that Lee has sent a portion of his army up the Shenandoah Valley, for what purpose remains to be seen. Certain it is his army crosn the advance. It is still doubted that Longstreet's corps has returned from the Southwest. It is thought, however, that Lee has been reinforced by troops withdrawn from the vicinity of Richmond and from North Carolina. Gen. Meade is in position at Centreville, ready to meet any attack by Lee. General Meade's headquarters last night were at Centreville. All our trains safe. It is ascertained Lee has only five days provisions with him. The cannonading yesterday was occasioned by anLee has only five days provisions with him. The cannonading yesterday was occasioned by an attempt of the rebels to cross Bull Run at Union Mills and at Mitchell's and Blackburn's Fords. They kept up a continuous cannonade to cover their crossing. Their fire, however, had little effect on our troops. The rebels made repeated attemp