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$100 reward. --For the delivery to me of my carriage Driver, Beverly He is twenty seven years old; color, black; six feet high, face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye brown and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in shark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with Brace buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Mr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise $5. [an 2--2w*] Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise, $50. [au 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise, $50. [au 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward. --For the delivery to one of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he was read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he made this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Steward King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro, in Oranges, with whom he has been secretly corresponding by letter. His object became evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way forward, and may be about our encampment, the above reward will be paid if caught near fifty miles from Fredericksburg; other case, $50 [au2 — 2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brows. And curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise. $50. [au 2--2w*] A N Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty seven years old; color, black; six feet height; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brows and cutting eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with dress buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking near the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise, $50 [an 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my Carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short heard, and moustache; large eye-brows and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer coat, or blue cloth with brace buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave off his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Steward's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught over fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise, $59 [au 2--2w*] A. N. Bernard.
$100 reward --For the delivery to me of my carriage Driver, Beverly. He is twenty-seven years old; color, black; six feet high; face covered with short beard, and moustache; large eye-brown and curling eye-lashes. He probably travels in a dark grey mixed summer cost, or blue cloth with brass buttons, and carpet-bag. He says he has read Shakespeare, and may travel with a forged pass, and shave of his beard when he reads this. He has relatives at Dr. R. H. Stewart's, in King George, and at Mrs. Dr. Frank Taliaferro's, in Orange, with whom he has been recently corresponding by letter. His object being evidently to escape, he is doubtless lurking about the shore of the Potomac, or making his way Northward, and may be about our encampments. The above reward will be paid if caught ever fifty miles from Fredericksburg; otherwise. 856. (au2 — 2w*) A. N. Bernard.
Mr. Nelson's Address to the people of Rast Tennessee. We find in Brownlow's Knoxville Whig an elaborates card "to the people of East Tennessee," by Mr. T. A. R. Nelson, in compliance with his promise to President Davis.--The Knoxville Register says, "it seems to us to be modeled after the style of Mark Anthony's speech in Shakespeare's Play. Or, to quote a distinguished Tennessee orator, 'It is sorter so and sorter not so.'" We copy it entire, and leave the rattler to form his own estimate of Mr. Nelson's position: To the people of Rast Tennessee. Having ascertained from reliable authority that an order had been issued to take effect on the day of, or immediately after, the late election, directing my arrest, I left home on the morning of the election, with the view of making my way to Barboursville, Kentucky, where I designed to remain, if I could safely do so, until I should receive authentic evidence of the final result; and, if it appeared that I had received a larg
ull care within the walls of the play house. We cannot entirely relieve the public mind of its anxiety in this respect; yet we have heard it stated that the Theatre will ere long be re-opened, under the auspices of a new manager, as agent for the lessee, who is now in Baltimore. It will not be very difficult, we imagine, to procure a good company, and if Southern talent is employed, so much the batter; for we have often wondered how it was that the people could applaud a recitation from Shakespeare or Sheridan, uttered in the broad twang of the genuine Yankee. Meanwhile, it cannot be said that we lack for amusement. A company of superior vocalists, from South Carolina, under the management of Mr. G. F. Marchant, (formerly of the Richmond Theatre,) will commence a series of concerts at the African Church within a short time, and we learn that the proceeds are to be given to the Soldiers' Relief Association. This patriotic purpose will doubtless be liberally encouraged. At Metropo
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