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ivate, indicate the purpose of the Emperor to recognize the Davis Confederacy if the rebellion is not quelled within a reasonable period. Mr. Johnson, therefore, argued in favor of keeping our coast fortifications in good order, especially those of New York. Grand Military Scheme--General Lee to be Penned up. The Philadelphia Bulletin's special Cincinnati dispatch says: Advices from below indicate grand preparations for a three-fold movement to occupy Alabama and Mississippi--Thomas from the North, with a strong mounted force of infantry from Vicksburg, via Jackson, and Canby from Pensacola. It is apprehended that if Lee is compelled to relinquish Richmond he will fall back on Lynchburg, and thence make his way through the mountains to East Tennessee or Kentucky. Efforts are making to repair the Virginia and Tennessee railroad to Bristol. It was rumored in Knoxville last week that a division of his (Lee's) army had already appeared in East Tennessee. The expedition
Two hundred dollars reward. --Ran away, January 31st, from the subscriber, in Prince Edward county, my man, Sam; about twenty-two years old; about five feet six inches high, and polite when spoken to. He is supposed to have gone either to Richmond or Lynchburg, but most probably to the latter place. The above reward will be paid for his delivery to me, near Burkeville, Prince Edward county, or secured in any jail so I can get him. He had on a blue flannel shirt, and brown coat and pants, when he left. W. C. Thomas, Burkeville, Virginia. fe 6--eod10t*