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or my keys. They soon had the most of my meat cut of the smoke house, my meal and and they fried and baked and called for liquor, and said they must have forage for their horses. Well they eat and drank and tried to destroy what they could not eat and drink and some of them not make the rebel drink a toast. I said I had not drink — then with an oath, they said you shall drink. Well I said give me a glass and I'll drink a toast for you. I then held up the glass and said Success to General Washington and de to Cornwallis" We have head many instances barely of a similar character. The Yankees omit no opportunity of remarking farm-houses where they know there are none but ladies and children to encounter but our "fair rebels" never let them depart without giving them the benefit of some very decided and emphatic Southern sentiment at which the valorous warriors curse and rave immoderately. Not long ago, on a Sunday morning, a party of Yankees visited the house of Rev. Robe
Ten dollars reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, in the county of Powhatan, a negro man named Washington. He is about medium size; his right hand, arm, and shouldeer are very small and deformed. Any one delivering him to me in the above-named county, or in any of the Richmond jails, will get the above reward. D. G. Watrins, Hallsboro' P. O., Chesterfield county, Va. jy 9--d4t&w2t*