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nd he again resume his wonted sway. It is said that letters were found upon one of the rebels taken prisoner, giving them information. He was arrested while passing the lines, by an officer of the Second Rhode Island, and escorted to close confinement by his own regiment. He has been turned over to General McClellan by General Stoneman, who caused his arrest. St. Peter's church occupied. The 6th cavalry occupied St. Peter's church to-day, the rebels falling back, Gen. Stuart and Col. Lee having been there but a few hours before. The church has been closed, and further desecration of it will be prevented by our troops. Here it was that Gen. Washing promised to "love, honor, and protect" the beautiful widow. Another retreat. Contraband coming in last night say the rebels are again moving back over the Chickahominy. A reconnaissance was at once ordered, and they were found to have all gone, their cavalry pickets retreating whenever we came in sight. They no doubt
[special Dispatch to the Richmond Dispatch]the Virginians at Vicksburg. Mobile, June 28 --Captain Connell, who came out of Vicksburg on the 17th has arrived here. He gives the following information about some of the Virginians in Vicksburg. He saw all mentioned on the day he left: Gen. Baldwin is wounded slightly. Gen. Stephen Lee is well. He lost three horses under him in the action of Wednesday. Maj. Walkins and brother, from Lewisburg, are well. Gen Reynolds and staff all well.--Young Leftwich, Gregory, and D. Morrie, of Lynchburg, well. Major Mayo, of Richmond, well.
Ran away--$100 reward. --Ran away from the subscribers, on last night, a negro boy named Martin, purchased of Dr. M. A. Anderson, of Louisa county. He is about 5 feet 5 or 6 inches in height, stout built, bushy head, and good teeth, about 20 years old. He was dressed in a suit of gray homespun clothes, and had on a home-made straw hat. No flesh marks recollected. It is likely he is making his way towards Louisa. We will give the above reward if delivered to Lee & James, of Richmond, or if confined in jail so that we get him again. McMurry & Winstrad. je 30--4t*
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