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sterday morning that Meade had been ordered to pursue Lee and give him battle. --We gave the item as a rumor, aWe now learn that he was positively ordered to pursue Lee and make him fight.--From the fact that no engagementto the effect that he was to be removed unless he led Lee into battle, and that, failing in so doing, he has prand ordered to Washington because he failed to attack Lee, as ordered several days ago. In view of this st's cavalry beyond Gainesville toward Warrenton; that Lee was at Warrenton with his forces in line of battle; aom Gen. Meade's headquarters states that the whole of Lee's army was on Wednesday again south of the Rapidan, arters, makes no mention of such a loss, and says that Lee captured but few prisoners. It was stated at Warrentrald, writing from the field on the 26th, says: Lee's army, after making threatening demonstrations in ouhind the Rappahannock. All our informants state that Lee's and Stuart's forces numbered over seventy thousand
100 dollars reward. --Escaped from the Henrico county jail, on the 7th of July, in company with several negroes and white men, a negro boy, Richard, (usually called Dick,) the property of Dr. Pollard, of Richmond. He is 14 years old, dark complexion, rather stout, speaks quick, being disposed to look away when spoken to. One of the negroes, named Claiborne, has been heard of in the 10th N. C. regiment, Gen. Lee's army, and it is probable Dick may be in the same army. I will pay the above reward if he is delivered to me in Richmond, or confined where I can get him. Geo. D. Pleasants, Sheriff of Henrico county, Richmond P. O. oc 21--3t* (021, 26&28)