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100 Dollars reward --My boy Harrod ran away in June last from Major Smith, Charlotte C H Va. He is about 23 years old; quick spoken; black complexion; stout frame; about 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high. I will pay $100 if taken out of the county, or $50 if taken in the county, or accrued in jail so that I get him. Abram Y Daniel, Charlotte co, Va. no 11--7t
y I thank you for the services you have rendered, particularly for the example you have set, which I doubt not on future occasions will be followed and emulated." The flags were all alike — stars on a blue cross and red ground. The 8th Louisiana flag, inscribed with the words, "Winchester," "Manassas," &c., was captured by Sergeant Roberts, of the 6th Maine; a second by Capt. Shackleford, of company A, 5th Maine; a third by Lieut A. S. Lyon, of company K, 5th Maine; a fourth by private Philip Smith of the 121st New York; a fifth by private Silas Waterman, of the 121st New York; a sixth by James H. Littlefield, of company I, 5th Maine, inscribed with the names of "Cedar Run," and "Manassas" "Second Harper's Ferry," "Sharpsburg," "Winchester," "Chancellorsville," "Fredericksburg," "Gettysburg;" the seventh by Corporal E. P. Blondil, of company D, 5th Maine, inscribed "Manassas," "Seven Pines, " "Gaines's Farm," "Malvern Hill," "Ethain's Landing."--The eighth was a bare pole, the c