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$20 reward. --Ranaway from my saw mill, in Buckingham county, on Monday, May 5th, 1862, my negro man, named John. Said negro is about 22 years old, ginger-bread color, quite stout, and wide across the shoulders, and about 5 feet 4 or 6 inches high, and usually wears a cap. I bought John in March last, at the auction room of Dickinson & Hill, in Richmond, of Mr. George Turner, of Prince William county, Va., where he has a wife, and may endeavor to get back. The above reward will be paid upon his delivery to my overseer. Mr. Payne, or to myself, in Richmond. my 9--6t* Truman A. Parker.
eral prisoners confined in Libby's and other factories, Lieut. Turner, in command of the Curtis Peck and Northampton, shipped U. S. ship Port Royal, (Captain Rogers,) the mission of Lt. Turner was explained — Rogers answering, that if the men were wsula at various times — were transferred to the care of Lieut. Turner; but the obligation of parole being explained to them b inducement! The total number of our men brought up by Lieut. Turner was 219 non-commissioned officers and men, besides eighury by claiming to be a Georgian. On his way down, Lieut. Turner met the Monitor below City Point, and her presence was them beneath his notice or attention. On his way down Lieut. Turner saw and heard the magazine of a one-gun battery blow upt Jamestown were scuttled, and sunk at that ponit. Yet Lieut. Turner is of opinion that such impediments will prove of very lowly towards our city. We are greatly indebted to Lieut. Turner for politeness, and particularly so for a copy of the N
whole of the action.--He took a most exposed position by the side of the colors, and never left except to bring up his men to the crest of the ridge, and point out to them where to aim their fire.--He was cool and collected, and encouraged his men to fight bravely and effectively, by example and direction. Shortly after the firing commenced on our part, 2d Lieut. John Heth, commanding Company D, fell, pierced by a ball through the body, whilst gallantly directing the fire of his men. First Lieut. Turner, commanding Company B, (who insisted upon taking part in the operations of the day, notwithstanding the fact that he was quite ill and feeble,) behaved in an exceedingly gallant manner. Second Lieut. Overton, of Company A, also behaved with great gallantry, exerting himself to make the men move forward to the ridge, and deliver their fire effectively. Second Lieut. Coltrain, of Company E., attracted my attention by similar conduct. Acting Sergeant-Major-Duggan fell, in advance of t