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From Western Virginia. [correspondence of the Dispatch] May 23, 1864. The extraordinary liberality of the people of this Valley is as wonderful as the which their sons have displayed on the battle field. For three long years it had been the same, and, instead of being diminished by the pressure of the times it seems to have increased, and in fresh ardor from the necessity of self scarifies. For example, to meet the calls for the relief of the wounded in the late battles of Gen Lee's army, wagon loads of provisions from the country, and daily baskets from the private houses of the town, have poured in one continuous and overflowing stream. Barrels of milk, buttermilk in such quantities that washing tubs had to be employed to hold it; wheat bread, not only in the greatest profusion, but baked in the most elegant style; bacon, apple butter, pickles, cheese, and even apple and blackberry pies, in such abundance that a thousand soldiers, in addition to the other had each
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One hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber April the 28th, 1864, my boy waiter, about 14 years old, a scar on the left corner of his mouth, and one on the left hip; he had on an old brown coat, gray pants, and a black cloth cap. I bought him at auction a few days before from a Mr. Cook, sold by Messrs Lee & Co, Aucts, Richmond, I will pay the above reward if confined in Richmond or Chesterfield jail. George Bartlan, Cover Hill Pits. N R.--His mother lives on Broad street, near the New Market, with Mrs Moonshine. my 31--6t