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or lasted long. Another potent objection to the permanence of Gen. McClellan's power was the fact that he is a gentleman. Nothing but the most immediate and brilliant successes, the most Napoleonic achievements, could alone for that crime with the Republican mob. They will never be satisfied without a thorough blackguard at their head, and at this moment would sacrifice their chances of success under an accomplished and regular officer for their chances of vengeance under some such brute as Wade, of the Senate, who knows nothing of military matters, but is brutal and devilish to the high water-mark of abolition malevolence and bloodthirstiness. We shall not be surprised, therefore, if Gen. McClellan should come down as fast as he has gone up, unless he hastens to demolish the stronghold of the rebellion. We feel no disposition to detract from his real abilities.--Whilst he himself cannot but smile at the exaggerated praises still heaped-upon him by some friendly journals, it wo
Ran away --From the subscriber, on the 24th Feb., 1862, a Negro Woman, named sometimes called James. Said negro is about twenty-five years of age, four feet nine ashes in height, dark complexion, narrow forehead, and has a scar on the right eyebrow, and has very white teeth, is rather broad across the shoulders and stoops slightly; speaks quickly when spoken to; the forefinger on the right hand is off at the first joint. She was hired to G. W. Willis, and left his house on the 24th of February last. She is supposed to be lurking about on the suburbs of the city, rear Bacon Quarter Branch, or in Goochland county, where the has a husband, named Bouldin, belonging to Hector Davis, of this I will pay a reward of $10 if said woman be red to me, or any information so that I can be her. Banks Wade, as — 2t Wickersville, Henrico county.