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ould it not be well for the commander of the post to send an order to Rev. Mr. Cooley? The Republican says: "We will answer the abovothy repeating what General Sherman is reported to have said when one of those rebel Episcopal divines called upon him to ascertain if he would be allowed to pray for Jeff. Davis. The General replied: "Pray for Jeff. Davis, why certainly! You ought to pray for him every day, for Jeff, Davis and the d--1 need praying for very much." We have heard a great deal said in relation to this matter, and the omission of the prayer for the President of the United States has caused considerable commotion among both officers and privates, as well as loyal citizens. From Grants Army. Dispatches from the Army of the Potomac, dated on Wednesday, say that the recent rains have produced a sudden rise in the James river, and that all the low bottoms are overflowed. The water has made its way through the Dutch Gap canal, and a fair current is now running.
One Thousand dollars reward. --Ran away, my man, named John; calls himself John Muse; thirty years of age; black complexion; high forehead, with a small knot on it resembling a wen; very likely; quick spoken; a carpenter by trade; he is five feet eight or nine inches high. I will give the above reward for his delivery to R. Lumpkin's jail, Richmond, or any other jail so that I can get him, His father lives in King and Queen county, and no doubt he is making his way there. B. J. Eddins, Manchester, Virginia. ja 6--10t*