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A Flag from Cuban ladies. --The following letter from Col. Wade-Hampton, acknowledging a handsome compliment from the ladies of Matanels, will be perused with interest: Headq'rs Hampton's Lyeson, March 1, 1862. To John Herist, Esq., Metansas, Cuba: My Dear Sir: --Some months ago, I re-received through your hands the very beautiful flag which the ladies of Metansas did us the honor to present to the Legion, and I have since then been most anxiously seeking an opportunity to make our acknowledgments fair donors. But the ceasation of all regular communication between our country and Cuba has deprived me of any such opportunity and I am thus forced to take this public method of returning our thanks to our kind friends of Matanels, in the hope that this may perchance reach their eyes, and tell them how gratefully we received their beautiful present — how proudly we shall bear it in the battle, and how reverently we shall cherish it. It is peculiarly gratifying to us
Ranaway--$10 reward. --From my residence, on 20th street, about the first of March, a Negro Woman, named Jane, sometimes called Eliza. The said negro is about 25 years old, dark complexion, and has a small scar on her eyebrow. Was hired from Banks Wade, near Rocketts. I will pay the above reward for her return. Geo. W. Willis. mh 20--3t