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ough this city. The Rochester, Auburn and Syracuse regiments start Thursday and Friday, and will go through New York en route for the sort of war. Recruiting during the day has been very brisk, and nearly 300 recruits have been passed up to noon to-day. The United States bounty is being paid with commendable promptness, and much to the satisfaction of the recruits. From the Peninsula. The correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing from Harrison's Landing under date of August 9th, hints that McClellan is about to make a movement which it is "contraband" at present to make public; but which movement, if it should meet with trouble in the attempt to successfully accomplish it, will furnish something startling. If the movement should succeed, the account of it, we are told, "will doubtless be pleasing." The same writer pronounces the reconnaissance to Malvern Hill to have been one of the most important of its kind that has ever been made. "It accomplished the preci
One hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway on Saturday, August 9th, my boy Tom. He is about 18 years of age, bright mulatto, about 5 feet 6 inches high, has a small flesh mark on his neck — no other mark recollected. He had on when he left a linen coat and pants and gray military cap. Supposed to have gone away with a company from Mobile, connected with General Longstreet's division, on their way to Gordonsville. I will give a reward of $50, If taken in this city; $100, if taken outside of our pickets around the city. When last seen he was lurking about the Bailey hospital. on Cary street. P. K. White, au 15--7t* 73 Main street, Richmond.