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Stop the Runaway --20 Dollars Reward.--Left the premises of Mr. A. W. Taylor, on Church Hill, a Negro Boy named Tom, the property of C. M. Castleman, Esq., of Alexandria. The said boy is about 4 feet height, 14 or 15 years old, has a pleasant countenance when spoken to, complexion very black. He may be lurking about the city. I will give the above reward if delivered to me at my officer on 14th street. my 18--5w E. D. Eacho.
bath to sing the 'Star-Spangled Banner' during their services." Another paper, professedly religious, says: "The glorious flag, which God enabled our fathers to raise and defend, is dishonored; all the institutions of freedom are imperilled.--We have no alternative but to defend our institutions, maintain the honor of our flag, and since mild measures have failed, by firm and decided ones, bring them back to reason and right. For this purpose, war is now inevitable. " Rev. Dr. Taylor, of Grace Church, New York, began a sermon by saying: "The Star Spangled Banner of our country has been insulted," and he might have added, (which is the real grievance,) the gold eagles in our pockets put in peril. The Protestant Churchman, edited by that universal philanthropist and inexhaustible fountain of hatred, malice and all uncharitableness, Rev. Dr. Tyng, discourses as follows: "No doubt, in so great and so universal an upheaving as has marked the Northern people du
Printer's Ink. --Our dependence on the North for the above necessary article ceased with the beginning of the present war. The art of making it will be practiced extensively in this region in future. Messrs Taylor & Hargrore have already established a manufactory in Richmond, and announced their readiness to supply the Southern press. Both necessity and patriotism conspire to aid them in the undertaking, which must, peace force, be successful.
ind of Battler we give thanks for our success and our safety. Captain P. H. Colquitt, of the City Light Guards, Columbus, Georgia, was in command during the engagement, and his remarkable coolness and self-possession did honor to himself and to his State. His clear voice could be heard amid the cannon's dealing boom--"Keep cool, my bear men, don't get excited; aim your pieces well" I can never forget the appearance of his face, radiant with smiles as he gave his commands. So gallantly did he conduct himself. that General Gwyun has made him chief in command at Sewell's Point. Long live his name in the memory of his countrymen. A graduate of West Point — of distinguished ancestry — cool and self-possessed he will ever be the same dreadful foe to Lincoln's emissaries he was on the long-to-be-remembered 19th. I would here make mention of the brave bearing of Major Taylor. As the Monticello moved off in her retreat, he fired her a parting shot, which took decided effect