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earful expenditures in rendering their position healths and tenable; having built long lines of military roads, hospitals, depots, and hereafter ball the Quartermaster's transportation in hauling munitions and supplies, the escapes them and their Commander in Chief is ranked among the class of Paterson and Scott, whose name and repute have been blasted by the astute Johnston. Touched to the quick, discomfited to every skirmish, filled in all attempts to force out position, the Federals pushed forward after our army, and again on Sunday last were their attacks, defeated and their forces compelled to retired in charges. Our rear guard had coercively entered the town of Williamsburg in Sunday afternoon, when the enemy debouched by the York road, and assisted Fort McGruder with two rifles pieces, supported by four squadrons of the 6th Cavalry command of Col. Sniery, such an appearance on out not have happened more entertain. Expecting little resistance, the enemy . T.E.C.
Another letter from Russell. [Special Correspondence of the London Times.] Baltimore, March 31. Mr. Russell Thinks of going to the scene of operations. The expeditionary force is nearly all embarked and concentrated at Fortress Monroe, or on the mainland between the James and York rivers. Before this letter leaves Boston, it is probable that I shall have reached the scene of operations, embarking either here or at Alexandria or Washington, as the case may be, with my companions. The General commanding, and the staff, have not yet gone on board the steamers detailed for their use, but the almost is done to get stores and all the vast variety of materials connected with such an army and such an expedition in readiness, and no doubt this week will witness remarkable events around Fortress Monroe. His opinion of Island no.10 and New Orleans. From Island No.10 comes an admission of failure, though the bombardment was renewed on the 29th. But it is hoped that, as so
$20 reward. --Ranaway, from John Quarter's brickyard, in the city of Richmond, where he was hired for the present year, on or about the 15th of April, a negro boy, named Hunphesy. He is about 20 years old, well built, quite dark and full featured, with a small scar on one of his checks; no other scar or mark recollected. He generally looks down when spoken to. The last time he was seen he was on the York River cars, supposed to be on his way to Yorktown or some other place on the peninsula. He may have passed himself off as a free negro and hired himself to some company, as a good many soldiers were on the cars the day he was seen on them. The above reward will be paid if delivered to Miles C. Eggleston, in the city of Richmond, or to me, in the county of Hanover, near Old Church Post-Office. Wm. Parsley. my 9t--5 *