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Two hundred dollars Rewards. --Ranaway from me, at Richmond, last night, my slave Henry. He is about 19 years of age, remarkably well grown, being about 5 feet 9 inches high, and weighing probably 160 pounds; he is black, quite intelligent, and well behaved, often smiles in conversation, and shows a very white set of tooth. He is doubtless making his way to the enemy. The above reward will be given for his restoration to me. G. W. Richardson. [my 12--3t*]
The Losses in the city Battalion. Camp 25th Va. Bat'n,Brooke Turnpike, May 13. To the Editor of the Dispatch: Please publish the following correct list of the casualties in this command in the fight yesterday. Oscar R. Hough, Adjutant. Company D, Capt J F C Potts.--Killed: Lieut N R Motley. Wounded: Privates G S Baker, knee; E S Coleman, slight; W G Anderson, hip. Company C, Capt W W Harrison.--Killed: 1st Sergt L S Aynes; 2d Sergt J T Thaxton, Corp'l A H Brown, private B C Morris.--Wounded: Lieut John Randolph, thigh and hand; Sergt R H Spencer, hand and leg; privates E T Coleman, arm; Thos Harris, breast; R J Oliver, neck; Wm M Parr, side; Wm Heushall, hand; R C Richardson, leg; M , thigh. Company B, Capt. J W. Fisher.--Killed: Corp'l John G Taylor; private Jno Layne. Wounded: Privates Chas Ashfond, severely; W W McCraw, thigh; Geo W M, hip and arm; C W Norris, breast; J A Tileman, neck, W R Patterson, knee; R L Wilkins on, hand, David Obnins, Knee, Slight.