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$40 reward. --Ran away, some time in June last, my Negro men, Sam and Washington. They were seen with some of the Volunteer companies, going in the direction from Richmond to Yorktown.--Washington is quite black, about five feet six inches high, and about twenty-five years old. Sam is a bright mulatto, about the same age and height. I will give $20 for the delivery of either, or $40 for the delivery of both of said Negroes to Jas. M. Taylor & Son, at Richmond, or secured in any jail in the State, so that I can get them. jy 11--6t Ben. J. Williamson.
Gov. Letcher. --A few days since the Governor, while stopping in Staunton, received from some of his admirers in that town an excellent horse, which cost three hundred dollars. Rev. Mr. Taylor presented the charger with an appropriate address, and His Excellency returned his thanks for the gift in a becoming manner. Our informant states that an immense concourse were present on the occasion. The Governor returned to this city yesterday evening.
ry large amount of wagons, tents, etc.--In short, we have taken everything he had, with a large number of prisoners, many of whom are wounded. We have also several officers as prisoners. The enemy lost many killed. We have lost in all, perhaps twenty killed and fifty wounded, of whom all but two or three are of the column under Colonel Rosencrantz, which turned the position. Those of the enemy who escaped, fled through the woods, entirely disorganized. Among the prisoners taken is Dr. Taylor, formerly of the U. S. Army. Col. Pegram was in command. The column of Col. Rosencrantz left the camp yesterday morning, and marched some eight miles through the mountains, reaching the turnpike some two or three miles in the rear of the enemy. He defeated an advanced force thrown in by the enemy, taking two of their guns. I had a position ready for twelve guns near the main camp, and as the guns were moving up, ascertained that the enemy had retreated. I am now pushing on to Bever