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r2 Dean JPriv30GWinder2 Dixon SCapt27GWinderNo. 3 Davis FPriv15GWinder3 Delphi L HPrivPayne'sbatWinder3 Douglass E JPriv15FWinder3 Dalby A JPriv6KWinder3 Davis W GPriv23CWinder3 Davis RPrivManly'sbatWinder3 Deal MDavis RPrivManly'sbatWinder3 Deal M MPriv46KWinder3 Daniel M GSeigt8GWinder3 Dorson RPriv66FWinder3 Durdon JPriv55IWinder3 Dowdy EPriv8BWinder4 Dickins HPriv57CWinder4 Drake W RPriv35DWinder4 Davis E LPriv3GWinder4 Dees J TCorp'l27AWinder4 Darden JDeaton LPriv43HWinderNo. 7 Dunninau PPriv7GWinder7 Davis B CPriv61DWinder7 Dixon RPrivGardnet'sbatWinder7 Daniel J APriv12CWinder7 Davis B PPriv30BWinder7 Donahue D APriv4BWinder7 Dicken L RPriv5EWinder7 Dorem D JP Dugains J FPriv21MWinder7 Dean W E.Lieut7CWinder7 Davis WPriv44BWinderNo. 4 Denny J WPriv35EWinderNo. 6 Diillard W JPriv4HNo. 24 Dunn S MLieut1st artANo. 24 Davis RPrivManly'sbatHo Grove Dewit C FPriv56KStuart Dupee J KPriv24DChimb'oNo. 2 Deal APriv8EChimb'oNo. 3 Davis R TPriv2BChimb'o3 Duke S SPriv43GChimb'oNo. 4 Duna
300 dollars reward --I will give the above reward for the delivery to me of my man to 8 N Davis &Co, of Richmond. Said negro, I believe, is lurking in Charlotte county, Va — He has a wife at Mr Motley's, in Keysville, of salt county. Alick was originally from Georgia, but has lately Iived in Charlotte, he is about 5 feet 6 or 8 inches high, very black, sore very wide and has a scar on the upper part of the breast bone; in quite intelligent, and can read and write. I purchased him in Richmond in May of J R . Alick carried off a large bay horse belonging to Dr Geo Brown. Said horse was in one of feet by gravel; he is slightly white in his face and on both hind feet. Lewis J Walton, M D, Wahon's Mills P O, Cumberland co, Va je 30--ced6t
per P C N, 10; Dr Stilles's 115; M--,100; a lady, 50; Col a --, 50; a friend in Halifax, N C, 60; a friend, per J D K S, 50; an ordnance officer, 20; J R Nunn, of Rockingham, 50; a B Gwathmey, 100; Prof Smend, 10. the Army Committee have resolved a contribution of one day's rations, for the benefit of the poor of this city, from the following companies and regiments of Gen Lee's Army: From the 57th Va regiment, Barton's brigade, per Dr C E Lippitt. From the 26th Miss regiment, Davis's brigade, per Joseph Mayo, Esq, Mayor. From companies B, F, and G, 3d Va regiment, Kemper's brigade, per Serg't R G Blackwell. From the Letcher and Crenshaw batteries, of Lieut Col W J Pegram's battalion. (The other batteries of Pegram's battalion desire to make a similar contribution) From the 30th Va regiment of infantry, Corse's brigade, Pickett's division. From the 1st, 7th, and 11th Tenn and 13th Ala regiments, of Archer's brigade. From the 40th, 47th, and 55th Va regimen