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l the South as far as the Yankees hold the power. We need but look to the Valley of Virginia--one of the fairest spots of earth on the globe — to see the truth of what we say. Yankee squatters had already set themselves down in some of the finest mansions of the Lower Valley, and were holding possession with a view to coming in hereafter under the preemption feature of the act of spoliation of the Federal Congress. It was a righteous retribution that drove them from the places they had usurped. General Jackson sent many of them, terror-stricken, flying upon short notice back to that North which sent them forth — that panders box of all the evils that afflict mankind. Will they get Richmond? That is a question soon to be solved. The fighting of Saturday and Sunday could hardly have encouraged them or brightened their prospects, while it has given increased coundence to our soldiers and citizens that we must over the invader, and drive hier discomfited from our border
"Stonewall" and "Hickory." The gentleman from whom we derived our information relative to the early life of "Stonewall" Jackson, requests us to say that he is descended from the same parent stock with "Old Hickory." The grandfather of Stonewall served in Congress with "Old Hickory." They traced the relationship, and, in after life, frequently corresponded as relations.
ox hospital supplies for Chimborazo Hospital. Mrs. --,linen for lint Micho at Mills for Camp Winder, $100. W A Walters. for Camp Winder, 5. Miss K-- for Camp Winder, 8. Mrs Kate M. Friend, through A H Sands, $10. Capt Hill 2 shirts. Col. Hill 2 shirts. Mrs. Wm. F. Taylor 6 shirts. Mrs. Kirby and Mrs. Peake, shirts and drawers. Mrs. Blain shirts and pamphlets Mrs. W P Burn her, shirts drawers &c. Mrs. Lipscomb, shirts and pants. T B Jackson, Gordonsville, $0 00. Disciples' Church, Gordonsville, 14 45. Mrs S E Shaitan, Gordonsville, 10 00. Mrs. Mary Fill, Gordonsville, 10 00. Mr. Cooper, Culpeper, $5. Miss Bettle J. Bibb, Frederick's Hall, 10 pants of drawers, 10 shirts and 10 pants sacks. Math as Altmeyor, $50. Dr. Ellison $5. Mrs. M E Ward, Nottoway, lint, bandages, &c. Dr Stiles, for self, &c., $50. J B Walkins from sundry persons, $10. Lae Mallery, benefit $50. Mrs.
$50 reward. --Ranaway from the owner, on Second street, near Main, in this city, on Monday night, the 12th inst, a negro girl, Ann Jackson. She is of a bright, brown color, and of about the age of 14, and 5½ feet in height. It is believed she was enticed away by a free boy of the name of Wilson Page, and is now in or near the city. The above reward will be paid for her arrest and return to us. Barksdale & Bro., Corner Cary and 13th streets, up stairs. my 14--2w