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75 Dollars reward. --Runaway, from the subscriber about the 15th of February, a negro man by the name of Jerry Robertson. The said negro is the property of Mrs Marin Farmer, of Chesterfield. He is about 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, very thin visage, small keen eye, weight about 125 lbs, color quite black; when last heard from he was at work in Petersburg and has no doubt a forged pass. The above reward will be paid on his delivery to me or secured in any jail so that I can get him. E Gary, Manchester, April 12th, 1864. ap 13--
he rebels to fall back from the line of the Rapidan to the defences of Richmond, and that the greatest battle of the war will be fought in the vicinity of the Confederate capital. He also states that these defences have been strengthened, and that mines have been prepared at "several vital parts." The Minnesota Jarred by a rebel torpedo. The Baltimore Gazette says: A daring attempt was made on Tuesday night to destroy the U S. steamer of war Minnesota. --Whilst lying in thr James river off Newport News, a Confederate tug boat steamed straight at the port quarter of the Minnesota, and exploding a torpedo, shook her with a terrible convulsion from stem to stern. The explosion failed to do any serious in jury to the Minnesota, and before the tug boat could be attacked, she disappeared in the darkness. Miscellaneous. Roche's plantation, seven miles above Snyder's Bluff, on the Yazoo river, and one of the largest in the state, was attacked by rebels on the 1st ins