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lson, as the head of the Committee on Military Affairs in the Senate, occupies an official position in the legislative branch of the Government which the President is bound to respect, and hence the views and suggestions of Mr. Wilson in regard to the management and conduct of the war must command in a liberal degree the confidence of the President, whatever may be the peculiar differences of opinion between these two public agents. Our readers will remember that when the rebel army, in March last, evacuated Manassas, a regular onslaught of the abolition radicals of Congress was made upon Gen. McClellan. He was jeered with the clamor that he had "out camped the rebels;" that he had been frightened all winter by a lot of "quaker guns;" that he had permitted the enemy to slip through his fingers, because he was too much a pro-slavery apologist to believe the "intelligent contrabands" who in season informed him now Johnston was evacuating his Potomac line, that McClellan's army, fi
Ranaway--$100 reward --From Sharewood, (the late residence of Roger B. Atkinson, dec'd, in Lunenburg County, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862. a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled linsey frock coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots worn through the winter. He and other salves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white man. (the two white men charged with felony,) all confined in the same room, Arch escaped from jail about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of said Negro in some jail so that I get him again, besides all reasonable expenses. My address is Non-Intervention P. O. Luneburg county, Va.