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One Hundred Dollars reward. -- I will give the above reward, of $100 for the apprehension and delivery to me in Richmond of a negro boy named James, hired for the present year to James Hunter, Esq. Said boy is about 15 years old of a gingerbread color, not very intelligent, and when spoken to rather looks down to the ground. I think it probable he has passed himself off as free boy, and hired himself to some officer or most connected with the batteries around town. He (James) belongs to Mr Wm A Buckner, of Caroline county. Va., where be may be making his way Wm S Phillips. [ap 24--5t]
The Yankee force at Newbern. --A correspondent of the Raleigh (N. C.) Journal, writing from Kinston on the 24th, says: Foster has been heavily reinforced. His entire army corps has returned from Port Royal. It is also thought that a part of Hunter's army has joined him. It is said he is stronger now than at any period since the occupation of North Carolina by the Federal. I anticipate stirring times very soon.