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Four hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscribers, on Friday last, two negro men. Bob is a black man, about 25 years of age, about 5 feet 9 inches high, good teeth, and rather a good looking negro. Calvin is of dark brown complexion, about 22 years of age, about 6 feet 9 inches high, and ruptured. He wears a treas in consequence of the rupture. No other marks remembered. We will give two hundred dollars each for their delivery to us at Staunton, or to J N Davis & Co, of Richmond. Mason & Harman, ja 27--6t
150 dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 21st inst, a yellow girl, named Betty, with long hair and one front tooth cut, about 5 feet 2 inches high, 23 or 24 years old, stout built and well formed, and of good address when spoken to. She formerly belonged to Mr J L Heiskel, of Albemarle. We will give the above reward for her apprehension and delivery to us in the city of Richmond, or for her confinement in any jail so that we may get her again. T N Davis & Co, Augusta. ja 23--ts
Re-enlistment of Virginia troops. It is highly gratifying to us to publish the fact that among the first troops in General Lee's army to re-enlist for the war is a Virginia regiment — the 1st Virginia artillery, Col, Brown. On the 1st instant the men assembled at their camp, near Frederick's Hall, formed in hollow square, and were eloquently addressed by Capt. Dance, the senior Captain, Lieut, Davis, and others, and those who desired to re-enlist for the war were requested to rally around the flags of their respective batteries. Each company in a body assembled around its battle flag, amid the cheers of all on the ground. The regiment is composed of the second and third companies of Richmond Howitzers, the Rockbridge, Powhatan, and Salem batteries. It is particularly gratifying to the people of Richmond, in which city they were organized, to find these two companies of Howitzers, whose blood has marked every battlefield from Bethel to Gettysburg, among the first to take thei