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Runaway--$300 reward --On the 4th instant, a large, dark skin Woman, named Margaret, between 30 and 36 years of age. She had on a green dress when she She may be endeavoring to make her way to North Carolina or Tennessee. I will pay the above reward if caught in Virginia, or $500 if caught out of the State and put in S R Fondren's jail in Richmond. Lee &James, For Richard Turner. ja 5--15t
50 dollars reward. --Ranaway, about four weeks ago, a negro man named Irvine. Irvine is about 25 years old, of dark gingerbread color, about 5 feet 9 inches high, heavily built, and round shouldered. He wears a long drab sack coat, stammers if confused, and probably has hired himself to Richmond. The above reward will be paid on his delivery to Lee &James, Richmond. Richard G Morriss. de 16--law3t*
From General Lee's Army. [from our own Correspondent.] Army of Northern Virginia, Jan. 4th, 1864. The series of battiest fought between Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville, on the 1st, 2d, 3d, and 4th of May, 1863, will, I am persuaded, be viewed by the junpartial historian in an after day as the most decisive to the Soutd.--Then came the "tug of war. " We had either to fall back without fighting, or to drive the enemy from his entrenched position in that "tangled wilderness," as Gen. Lee very aptly spoke of it in an official order. So far Rooker had done well enough; but now came his mistake, and doubtless he bitterly repented of it. That mistakk movement. Their cavalry must have discovered and defeated it. As it was, we took the enemy by complete surprise. To sum up, then, I think Hooker outgeneraled Gen. Lee in the choice of a position, but failed to realize success for three obvious reasons--first, because of the absence of his cavalry; secondly, because Jackson out