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Two hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about the 8th of last month, (August) a Negro Boy named Robert; about twenty-eight years old; five feet eleven inches high; black; fine set of teeth; rather inclined to be knock-kneed; quick spoken, and very active. He had on when he left a brown jeans sack coat; his other clothing not recollected. He was raised in Middlesex county. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to me, or to Messrs. S. N. Davis & Co., of Richmond, or for his confinement in any jail so that I get him again. J. J. Pace. [se 3--10t]
nable him to "crush the rebellion" at one blow. That this is his plan is foreshadowed by his own declaration, and that he will be foiled we as firmly believe as we believe that tomorrows sun will rise. The Davis house, on the Weldon railroad, was set on fire by the enemy on Monday afternoon and completely destroyed. The reason for this wanton act does not appear, though it is in imitation of the practice which has marked the progress of the Yankees throughout the war. On the farm of Mr. Davis, and in full view of his residence, three battles have lately been fought for the possession of the Weldon railroad, in each of which, as the reader will remember, the enemy was driven back to his main line of works. The house, therefore, has become somewhat famous, and will pass into history as marking one of the noted spots of this, the bloodiest campaign of the war. It was situated in a pleasant grove, immediately on the railroad, two miles and a half south of Petersburg. The act