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top dah! hole on ah! " He gave his horse the spar and leaped town the hill though the old graveyard, across the march cleared two and was soon out of Major Brevard who was at the Haddock House with his infantry, sent Capt. Wescott to the right to count in on their rear when he should advance. Capt. Quincy Stewart's company were deployed as skirmishers, in order to gave them the appearance of font pickets and after becoming engaged to fall back before their fire and draw them into where Capts West's, May's, and Bird's companies were concealed, and get them between them and bag the whole. But instead of standing and showing fight as soon as Capt Stewart's company became visible they delivered one fire and put towards town as fast as their joy and heels could carry them, skulking behind fences and hillocks to keep out of the way of our boys' persuasive pilis. On Tuesday Major. Brevard moved his battalion to the front, putting Captain Bird's company out as skirmishers. The enem
Runaway in jail. --was committee to the jail of Louisa county, as a runaway, on the saturday of July, 1862, a small negro boy, who says his name is Charles, and that he belongs to Lieut West, of Louisiana. He appears to be about ten or twelve years old is four feet high, of a brown color, and had on when committed to jail a blue sack coat brown jeans pantaloons, and a blue cloth cap. The owner of said boy is required to come forward and prove his property, pay charges, and take him away, or he will be disposed of as the law directs. James R Gooch, Sheriff and Jailor of Louisa county mh 16--1sw6w*