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Runaway. --one thousand Dollars Reward.--Ran away, on Friday, December 30, a Negro Boy, about twenty-five years old, named Hampton Johnson. He is about five feet six inches in height; weighs about one hundred and thirty pounds; black; a good many of his jaw teeth are out; and inclined to be delicate. I purchased him about three years ago from William Garnett. His wife lives on Seventeenth street, near Austin's grocery. He can read and write remarkably well. He has been working in my foundry as a mechanic. I will pay one thousand Dollars Reward if taken within the enemy's lines, or Five Hundred Dollars if within our lines, and delivered to Hill, Dickinson & Co. W. B. Cook, Founder, Eighth street, near Main. ja 14--6t*
Confederate Congress. Senate. Friday, January 13, 1865. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Norwood, of the Episcopal Church. The Military Committee were discharged from the further consideration of a resolution and bill relative to clothing for commissioned officers of the army. On motion of Mr. Johnson, "Resolved, That the Committee for Courts of Justice take into consideration forthwith the propriety of prohibiting by law, under heavy penalties, the traffic in gold and silver coin." House amendment to Senate bill to amend the act providing for the publication, distribution and safe custody of the laws, was concurred in, and the bill passed. On motion, by Mr. Garland, the Senate resolved into secret session. House of Representatives. The House was opened with prayer by Rev. Dr. Duncan. The House passed a bill providing that the interest due the Cherokee nation on certain State bonds, amounting to three thousand seven hundred dollars per annum,
Virginia Legislature. [Extra session.] Senate. Friday, January 13, 1865. The Senate was called to order at 12 o'clock M. by Mr. Johnson, President pro tem. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Jeter. From the House of Delegates a communication was received, covering a resolution adopted by that body providing for the re-apportionment of the representation of the State; which, on motion of Mr. Keen, of Pittsylvania, was laid on the table. A resolution was introduced by Mr. Douglas, of King William, providing that, on and after this day, the Senate shall, at half-past 1 o'clock, go into Committee of the Whole, in secret session, on the state of the country. Agreed to. Mr. Nash, of Chesterfield, introduced a resolution, which was agreed to, instructing the Committee on Finance to inquire into expediency of increasing the fees and allowances of the clerks of the circuit and county courts of this Commonweath. The bill providing for an additional appropriation to the Virgini