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From the United States. Dalton, May 2. --Northern dates of the 28th have been received here. The following is a synopsis of the news: Louisville, April 27.--It is believed that Lee would not venture on an offensive movement. The Tribune has a special dispatch which says that the 9th army corps is now 40,000 strong. It is said in high quarters that the President intends sending Sickles to relieve Banks. Admiral Wilkes has been dismissed from service. Gen. Foster has been appointed to a command in the field, and he will probably be assigned to Burnside's corps. Liverpool. 13th.--Cotton had advanced ¼d to ½d in Liverpool. Consols, 91¾
From the Southwest. Dalton, May 2. --The enemy advanced a heavy force on Tunnel Hill this morning, gradually driving our cavalry back until they reached a point near Tunnel Hill, which they shelled furiously, and then withdrew in the direction of Ringgold. Our loss was twelve killed and wounded, including one general officer. [Second Dispatch.] Dalton, May 3. --As far as known the enemy are making no movements in this direction. Everything is perfectly quiet inside our lines, and the weather is clear and pleasant. Kilpatrick left a note at Tunnel Hill, yesterday, for Gen. Wheeler, saying: "I came out to meet you on Friday with 540 men, which you declined; to day I came with 1,000; next time I will come with my whole command and annihilate you and your minions. Your classmate, "W. H. Kilpatrick. "Brig. Gen. U. S. A."
From Northern Virginia. Orange C. H., May 2. --Scouts report that the enemy have struck their tents in Culpeper, and that the Yankee army is moving. There are no demonstration as yet on our front. It is reported that the enemy is moving by both flanks. A heavy wind storm passed over this place this evening, upsetting a train of cars in its course, and wounding the mail agent.
Twenty dollars reward. --My boy Augustan left my residence this morning, May the 2d. He is lurking about the city; he is about 13 years old, of dark yellow complexion; his clothing when he left consisted of a gray coat and pants, much worn; he also had boots on; he is very intelligent. The above reward will be paid for his delivery a my foundry. S. D. Denoon [my 3--8t*]
ck is. The force of the enemy is believed to have been from eight hundred to one thousand strong. They were first met by Captain Hunbert, of the 24 South Carolina artillery, and afterwards by the whole of Maj Manigault's battalion. A sharp fight ensued, in which five of our men were wounded, one seriously. The enemy's loss is reported much greater than ours. Major Manigault, we learn, had a horse shot under him. The following dispatch was received at Headquarters: Battley No. 2, May 22. 9 A. M, Received at 10.10 A. M. via Royal House, James's Island. Capt, Fielden, A A G: I have just returned here from the picket. The enemy have retired, except a few skirmishers, our of sight in the direction of Battery Island. Major Manigault, commanding plexets, had a spirited fight with them. Our men behaved handsomely. Five of our men were wounded and two missing. The enemy were held in check at Grimball's cause way, and could not advance. A deserter who came in during the
50 Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 23d inst, my negro boy Sawney, who is about 17 years 4 inches high, of a light gingerbread color, blue eyes, with a thick head of hair; was raised in Orange county, by a Mr. Garnett, to which place be may attempt to make his way; or be may be lurking about Richmond and its vicinity. The above reward of $50 will be paid for his delivery to me, or if occurred in any jail so I get him again. R. A. Patterson. Hearloo co, May 2, 1864. my 24--6t
500 dollars reward. --Ran away from Mr. Anderson Willis, on the 2nd of May, from Yanceyville, Caswell county, N. C., a negro man named Wm Isaac, about 27 or 28 years old, of a dark gingerbread color, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high. Said negro was bought from Mary C. Clarke, of Chesterfield county, Va., and has some relatives living in Prince Edward county. He has been living with Mrs. Clarke, near Canfield, for some time. I will pay the above reward of $500 for the arrest and delivery of maid negro to Mr. Robt Lumpdon Richmond, Va. Anderson Willis. By Robt Lumpdon je 11--
500 dollars reward --Ran away from Mr Anderson Willis, on the 2nd of May from Yanceyville, Caswell county, N C, a negro named Wm Isaac, about 27 or 28 years old of a dark gingerbread color, about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high. Said negro was bought from Mary C Charse, of Chester field county, Va, and has some relatives living in Prince Edward county. He has been with Mrs Clarke, near Coalfield, for some time, I will pay the above reward of $500 for the arrest and delivery of said negro to Mr Robt Lumpkin, Richmond. Va. Anderson Willis, By Robt Lumptia je 11--12t*
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