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Telegrams --Telegraphic dispatches. which were not delivered for want of proper address, may be found at the Richmond Office, 150 Main at: Raker B (2) Davide doubt F W Eut J J Evans beut W M K H Jno C Galoon cap R V Gaurdy cap J B Gaines, R V Hampton gen Robson R col T L Hughes maj Jno Jones T H L'n Capt Manson F watheres cap J C Own Powad capt Sprat col L cap J H Whartes beg gen G C York W R H je 3--1t
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ned it from the lady of the house with whom they had been deposited. Owens afterwards exchanged his booty for alive watch and $100 in money. The gold watch and chain belonging to Capt. Clarkson were subsequently deposited with C. J. Lumsden, Watchmaker, for repairs, from whom it has been obtained. to the absence of material witnesses the case was postponed till Tuesday next. Robert Faircloth, a youth, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon for cutting and stabbing a negro boy, slave of Jones &Childrey, Not knowing the extent of the injuries received by the negro, the Mayor adjourned the matter over to Saturday. John W Leathers and Trenton Kennedy, charged with stealing a lot of onions from some person unknown, and being persons of evil fame, were sent to the chain gang. The parties claimed to be industrious, respectable citizens, and represented that they were at this time in Government employ; but the police, having some knowledge of Kennedy's previous character, soon mad