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limented by the general commanding for their gallantry during the assault. Several farm houses below the city have been burnt within the past two days--some of them by the enemy and some by our own forces. The Yankees burnt the dwellings of Thomas T. Duke and Dr. Loflin, while our people destroyed Hughes' tavern, the houses of Mr. Clay, Mrs. Weaver, and the barn of Joseph White. Some of these were probably accidentally fired by shell. The report that the houses of John N. Davis and E. B. Cook were destroyed is incorrect. Many of the citizens of Henrico have been plundered by the Yankees, and are heavy sufferers in consequence. One instance of the preservation of a sum of money under singular circumstances has been brought to our notice. A resident of the county, on the approach of the enemy, fled from his home, bringing away such articles as could be hastily got together. He had placed four thousand dollars upon a bureau, intending to move it, but came away and left the mon
For Hire, for the balance of the year, an excellent Cook, Washer and Ironer and House Servant, without encumbrance.--Apply on Franklin street, three doors below Third street, south side, until the 3d of October.