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lemen with impunity. John, slave of Robert Lumpkin, and Mat, slave of George T. Ratcliffe, were charged with burglariously entering the dwelling-house of Mr. George Lee on the night of the 7th instant and stealing six thousand dollars' worth of wines, brandies, and other groceries. Eight or ten days after the robbery was committed, Mr. Lee, in company with offices Moore and Perrin, searched a room occupied jointly by the accused, and found in it a large number of jars, demijohns, jugs, decanters, &c., in three of which were wines and whiskey similar to what had been stolen. Colonel Waiter D. Blair, from whom Mr. Lee purchased his liquors, compared thMr. Lee purchased his liquors, compared the wine found in these negroes' room with a decanter full which they failed to get, and pronounced it identically the same article. He said that it was part of a lot of very rich imported wine, which had been on hand ten or twelve years before the war; was brought here direct at great cost, and an article possessed by no one else a
Runaway. --Ran away from the subscriber on the 24th instant, at Manchester, boy Henry; about sixteen years of age; five feet high; nearly black; slender; long face and thick lips; on right or left side a wen about the size of a walnut; has eruption on his skin, resembling mosquito bites. When the said boy left he had on a soldier's jacket and a common cotton shirt, rather light-colored pants, old hat and shoes; all of which clothes were very dirty. I will give one hundred Dollars in the present Confederate currency for the apprehension and delivery of said Boy to Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Richmond, or in any jail so I can get him. Said boy was sold by Messrs. Hill, Dickinson & Co. for James Gray's sons. He is supposed to be lurking about Richmond, or at Mr. Mallory's, on the Mountain road, ten miles above the city, where his mother lives, or in Manchester, where he has a sister living with Mr. Rowlett Winfree. Jack Hall. se 27--12t*