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$10 reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of day a negro man named William Foster. He is a m at o and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said follow, if delivered author to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B Lyaola in Richmond. Thos. L. Lyne. je $10 reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of day a negro man named William Foster. He is a m at o and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said follow, if delivered author to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B Lyaola in Richmond. Thos. L. Lyne. je
is you have submitted with patriotic forbearance, which has only encouraged more daring usurpations. My object has been to preserve peace and avert war from the border. "With that view, Gen. Price arranged with Gen. Harney. The State government faithfully adhered to the agreement; the Federal Government manifested its disapprobation by the dismissal of Harney, and commenced proceedings utterly hostile to the agreement — waiving the dignity of Missouri. I solicited an interview with Gen. Lyons, and made propositions more honorable to the Federal Government than to Missouri, that if the Federalists would withdraw I would pledge to disband the militia, forbid the introduction of arms, protect all citizens, regardless of their political opinion, repress all insurrections, and maintain strict neutrality, and if necessary to carry out these pledges would call for Federal assistance. Nothing but a desire to avert the horrors of civil war could have induced these humiliating propositi