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e left behind his camp equipage, wagons, horses, large quantities of ammunition, and fifty head of cattle. Our loss is only fifteen killed and about seventy wounded, generally flesh wounds. The rebels' loss is not ascertained, as they carried their dead and wounded across the river during the night, but it was certainly very serious. Captain McGroarty, of Cincinnati, Capt. McMullin and Lieut. Snyder, of Ohio, are among the wounded, but not dangerously. Twenty-five men of Col. Tyler's regiment, who were taken prisoners by General Floyd at Cross Lanes, were recaptured by our troops. Gen. Floyd's personal baggage, with that of all his officers, was also taken. General Benham's brigade, which suffered most, was commanded by him in person, and Colonel McCook also led his brigade into action. Major General Rosencranz, Gen. Benham, Cols. McCook, Lyttle and Lowe, and Captains Hartsuff, Snider, McMullin and Burk, and other officers displayed particular acts of
a considerable amount of money and also of jewelry were discovered. None of it was identified by Mr. Thompson. An alibi was established for Jerry, and he was let off, the goods taken from his wife's house being delivered to his master. Anderson, slave of T. O. Burton's estate, was ordered 30 lashes for stealing a $35 coat from Henry, slave of Mary Anderson, at the Bellevue Hospital. He was also sent to jail as a runaway. Randolph, slave of Felix Mathews, and Nelson, slave of R. B. Tyler, underwent an examination for stealing $200 worth of clothing from Alexander McGort, the greater portion of which was found in their possession Randolph was ordered 39 issues, and Nelson 25. Iverson, Petrach, and John, slaves of Mrs. Clopton, and Ned, slave of Mrs Sarah James all lads, were charged with assaulting Peter Dunnavant, a white boy, and dispossessing him, of sundry newspapers. The latter were afterwards recovered as they were trying to sell them in the 2d Market — The acc
Three Hundred dollars reward. --Ranaways from the undersigned on Saturday night last my negro woman Martha and her child Nannie.--Martha is of a dark complexion, about 28 years old, and generally dresses in black. Nannie is a bright mulatto, about 12 years old. I have every reason to believe that the above negroes are trying to make their way to the enemy, as they left without any cause whatever, and took all of their clothes off with them. I will give the above reward for the arrest and delivery to me of the above named negroes, or $150 for either one of them, or if they lodged in any jail in this city so that I can get them. R. B. Tyler, C. S. Laboratory. de 30--6t*
Fifty dollars reward. --Fifty dollars reward offered for the apprehension of my man Peter who worked on the furcations near Richmond, and on the day the bands took the cars for Lynchburg he was missing. He is a copper-colored negro six feet high, was raised in Nansemond county, has a wife there. For his safe delivery in any or to Tyler &Son, Richmond, I will pay the above reward. N. G. Moore. [de 29--5t*]
Three Hundred dollars reward --Ran away from the undersigned on Saturday night and my negro woman Martha and her child Name Martha is of a dark complexion, about 28 years old, and generally dresses in black. Nanule is a bride mulatto, about 12 years old. I have every rests to believe that the above negroes are trying to make their way to the enemy, as they left without any cause whatever, and look all of their clothes of with them. I will give the above reward for the arrest and delivery to me of the above named negroes, or $150 for either one of them or if they are lodged in any jail in this city so that I can get them R. B. Tyler, C. S. Laboratory. de 30--6t*
Fifty dollars reward. --Fifty dollars reward a offered for the apprehension of my man Peter, who worked on the fortifications near Richmond, and on the day the bands look the cars for Lynchburg he was missing. He is a copper colored six feet high, was raised in Nansemond county, and has a wile there. For his safe delivery in any and or to Tyler & Son, Richmond, I will pay the about reward. N. G. [de 29--5t*]
Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the undersigned on Saturday night last my negro woman Martha and her child Nannie.--Martha is of a dark complexion, about 28 years old, and generally dresses in black. Nannie is a bright mulatto, about 12 years old. I have every reason to believe that the above negroes are trying to make their way to the enemy, as they left without any cause whatever, and took all of their clothes off with them. I will give the above reward for the arrest and delivery to me of the above-named negroes, or $150 for either one of them, or if they are lodged in any jail in this city so that I can get them R. B. Tyler, C. S. Laboratory de 80--6t*
Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the undersigned on Saturday night last my negro woman Martha and her child Nannie.--Martha is of a dark complexion, about 23 years old, and generally dresses in black. Nannie is a bright mulatto, about 12 years old. I have every reason to believe that the above negroes are trying to make their way to the enemy, as they left without any cause whatever, and took all of their clothes off with them. I will give the above reward for the arrest and delivery to me of the above-named negroes, or $150 for either one of them, or if they are lodged in any jail in this city so that I can get them. R. B. Tyler, C. S. Laboratory. de 30--6t*
Fifty dollars reward. --Fifty dollars reward is offered for the apprehension of my man Peter, who worked on the fortifications near Richmond, and on the day the bands took the cars for Lynchburg he was missing. He is a copper-colored negro, six feet high, was raised in Nansemond county, and has a wife there. For his safe delivery in any jail, or to Tyler & Son, Richmond, I will pay the above reward. N. G. Moore. [de 29--6t*]