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Twenty dollars reward. --My boy Augustus left my residence this morning, May the 3d. 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 at my foundry. S. D. Denoon [my 3--3t*]
losses on both sides, yet it does give those on the Yankee side, as they were stated by their newspapers; that is to say, it admits sometimes half, and sometimes about one-third, of the truth. Yet as things are, having, probably, no better resource for information than Stanton's telegrams, and considering that it comes from a Yankee, the story is told, as we have said, with tolerable fairness. It begins with the day on which Grant broke up his camp to cross the Rapid Ann; that is, on the 3d of May. It admits a loss on the 6th of May of 15,000 men, from which we may fairly infer that the actual loss was fully 25,000. Here the misstatement of the Yankee press is repeated when it is said that, at daylight on the 7th, General Lee was retreating in good order to Spotsylvania Courthouse. General Lee was not retreating. He was following the movement of Grant, who, having lost, according to the statement of the Yankee newspapers — admitted by this author to be correct, but believed by us
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