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The lines East of the Blue Ridge. Our advices from Gordonsville yesterday represent that everything continued quiet, the enemy having made no further demonstration above Richmond since his harmless dash upon the Central Railroad on Wednesday last. Gen. Pope has accumulated an army of over 30,000 men in the counties immediately this side of the Blue Ridge, and evidently designs some offensive operation, the nature of which may shortly transpire. A gentleman who came through Caroline county a day or two since informs us that he saw no Federal soldiers on his route, but this is no indication that they have withdrawn from that part of the country. We may add that the enemy has now but very few troops in Washington, Baltimore, or Annapolis, nearly all the available men having been sent to reinforce Pope and McClellan.
Runaway. --$100 reward.--Ran away from Thomas D. Neal. Danville, Va., my negro man, Morris. He is a very light mulatto, (almost white,) weighs about 150 pounds, is about five feet eight or nine inches high, and about 20 or 21 years old; has lived in Richmond three or four years. He is in all probability in Caroline county, near Hanover Court House, and I expect has forged papers. I will give the above reward if he is caught out of the corporation of Richmond, and $50 if caught in the city and delivered to Messrs. Hunt & James Richmond. jy 20--1t* D. R. Hunt.
The Daily Dispatch: July 26, 1862., [Electronic resource], Origin of the Yankee phrase "Skedaddle." (search)
Ranaway. --From the service of the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company, two Negro men, viz: Pry, belonging to Walker Washington, of Caroline county; about 5 feet 6 inches in height, dark complexion, and dull in appearance. Reuben, belonging to Alexander Hutchinson, of Richmond city; about 5 feet 6 or 8 inches in height, dark complexion, good countenance, and quick in his movements. It is supposed that these Negroes are employed in some of the camps, cooking for the soldiers. ten dollars reward each will be paid, in addition to what the law allows, if delivered to me or lodged in any jail so that I can get them. Chas. G. Talcott, jy 21--6t Sup't R. & D. R. R.
Runaways. --Ranaway from Second Section Richmond and Danville Railroad, the following Slaves. The legal reward will be paid for their return at the office of the company in Richmond, or at any Station on the read — viz: Washington; very dark, five feet nine or ten inches high; stammers a little when spoken to. Nelson; stout built, dark color, five feet seven or eight inches high. Thomas; yellow complexion, rather slow in his movements, five feet nine or ten inches high. All the property of Wm. H. Buckner, of Caroline county, Va. je 27--ts.
Ran away--$50 reward. --From Howardsville, Albemarle county, Va. a Negro man, about 25 years old, black, and heavy set, named Tom. The above negro was purchased about ten days ago, in Richmond, of J. H. Martin. The negro is from Caroline county, and may be making his way back. The above reward will be paid if delivered to me, or lodged in any jail so that I can get him. jy 16--5t* John B. Davis, Richmond, Va.