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Runaways. --Left my farm, on the 13th Instant, a Negro man, named Telemachus. He is stout built, about six feet high, very bright mulatto, with curly hairs and took with him several suits of clothes. He belongs to Mr. Theophilus Tatem, about two miles below the city, and may be lurking about the neighborhood, or near Edna Mills, in Charles City county, where he was formerly Hired. I will pay Ten Dollars for his delivery at my farm. on the Osborne Turnpike, about five miles below the city, or to myself in Richmond. James M. Taylor. au 15--4t At Jas. M. Taylor & Son's office.
Detained. --Two men, named Sidney McKey and Ro. E. Moore, were before the Mayor yesterday for breaking into Jas. Ford's house by smashing his door and other acts of violence, equally betraying the absence of a descent regard of law and a powerful quantity of stimulating fluid. It appearing that the parties were soldiers and had only taken the usual license of making fools of themselves, the Mayor determined only to detain them till called for by the Captain of their company. The same disposition was made of Henry McBride, charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduct. He is also one of the military arms of the country.