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Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away, on the 6th March, my negro man John. He is 25 years old, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, very stout built; has a round face, high forehead, full head of hair, and of good countenance, very black, and is a blacksmith; had on when he left jeans pantaloons, blue jacket, and a pair of boots; he was raised in Powhatan county by Philip St George Cooke. I purchased him of John R Sedgwick in December last. I will give the above reward for him if delivered to Lee & Bowman, Richmond, Va, or to at Wytheville, Va. He is supposed to be making his way to the county of Powhatan. John G Crockett. ap 2--26t
Stop the Runaways--$1000 reward --Ran away from the subscriber, on the 7th inst, the following negroes, viz: George, a man about 27 years old, black, about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high. Edmond, of gingerbread color, very likely, about 17 years old, and about 5 feet 9 inches high. Bob, of copper color, 12 years old, and about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high. Bill, a yellow boy, about 17 years old, straight black hair, about 5 feet 8 inches high. Jacob, of dark color, 5 feet 7 to 8 inches high, and about 17 years old. It is supposed these negroes are making their way to the Yankees, having been last seen going in the direction of Frederick's Hall depot. The above reward will be paid if apprehended beyond the limits of the county, or $200 for either if lodged in jail, or delivered to Lee & Bowman, Richmond, Va. T J James, Lock Lomond P O, Va.
ng, and all their lying, we are confident that they will not greatly outnumber Gen. Lee when the hour for action shall have arrived. They cannot add greatly to Grant, if not already approaching the point of exhaustion. At what point soever of Gen. Lee's line — in front, in flank, or in rear — they may make a demonstration, they Gen. Johnston as Anthony was in that of Cæsar. Such is the man with whom Gen. Lee has to contend, and such his career. His performances bear no comparison whatever to those of Gen. Lee. He has hitherto succeeded by dint of brute force. He has always had vastly superior numbers when he has been victorious. The man who, wi perform mighty deeds, is the great General. Such is not Grant, and such is General Lee. The latter has always fought against immense odds, and has always been vic mighty victory, too, at Gettysburg; yet it paralyzed them for nearly a year. Gen. Lee now, for the first time, fights with numbers somewhat on an equality. --Can th