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Two hundred dollars reward. --Ran away, January 31st, from the subscriber, in Prince Edward county, my man, Sam; about twenty-two years old; about five feet six inches high, and polite when spoken to. He is supposed to have gone either to Richmond or Lynchburg, but most probably to the latter place. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, near Burkeville, Prince Edward county, or secured in any jail so I can get him. He had on a blue flannel shirt, and brown coat and pants, when he left. W. C. Thomas, Burkeville, Virginia. fe 6--cod10t*
s referred to the Committee on Military Affairs. A bill was reported, by Mr. Coghill, from the Committee of Courts of Justice, providing for an increase of the of the clerk of the Circuit Court of Richmond. The following Senators were appointed by the President as the Committee of Conference, to meet a similar committee appointed by the House of Delegates, to consider the differences between the two Houses relative to the election bill, viz: Messrs. Johnson, Newton, Dulaney, Thomas and Alderson. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the House bill, providing for an increase of the salaries of circuit judges, was taken up, read the third time and passed. On motion of Mr. Newman, of Mason, the Senate went into secret session. House of Delegates. The House met at 11 A. M. The business done was of the desultory sort, and of a local, rather than general interest, and consisted in the reception of reports from committees, and resolutions of expediency and inquiry
rown added to the army two regiments of State troops, which were used to guard the railroad bridges between Dalton and Atlanta. On the 17th of February the President ordered me, by telegraph, to detach Lieutenant-General Hardee, with the infantry of his corps, "except Stevenson's division," to aid Lieutenant-General Polk against Sherman, in Mississippi. This order was obeyed as promptly as our means of transportation permitted. The force detached was probably exaggerated to Major-General Thomas; for on the 23d the Federal army advanced to Ringgold, on the 24th drove in our outposts, and on the 25th skirmished at Mill Creek gap and in Crow valley, east of Rocky Face mountain. We were successful at both places. At the latter, Clayton's brigade, after a sharp action of half an hour, defeated double its number. At night it was reported that a United States brigade was occupying Dug gap, from which it had driven our troops. Granbury's Texan brigade, returning from Mississippi