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Ro-arrested. --The reporter of the Dispatch learns, by a note from the counsel of Wm. R. Snow, who, it will be remembered, was before Judge Lyons on a habeas corpus Tuesday, praying to be released from the duress imposed on him by order of Gen. Beauregard. that "the man was discharged, as soon as the argument was concluded, from the process under which he was held." Our notice stated that after hearing the argument the Judge took time to consider. This was in allusion to the re-arrest of Snow "under an order from Gov. Letcher, in virtue of an Ordinance of Convention." On this last matter, as Snow's counsel observes, "a new habeas corpus was presented and allowed, and the case fixed for Monday next." We hope after a while that Snow will disappear from our own and the public observation.
$10 reward. --Runaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William Foster. He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said follow, if delivered other to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B. Lyne in Richmond. je 1--sf Thos. L. Lyne. $10 reward. --Runaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William Foster. He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said follow, if delivered other to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B. Lyne in Richmond. je 1--sf Thos. L. Lyne.
$10 reward --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William Fostek He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B Lyne in Richmond. je 1--27 Thos. L. Lyne $10 reward --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William Fostek He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B Lyne in Richmond. je 1--27 Thos. L. Lyne
from Independence towards Kansas City. The Republican learns that on Sunday 2,000 State troops were at Blenville, and 1,000 more at the opposite landing, where artillery has been posted on the elevated ground commanding the river, and several pieces were also mounted on the low ground opposite. General Lyon's expedition disembarked at Rockport, ten miles below, and would attack Governor Jackson from the rear. St. Louis, June 18.--A special dispatch from Jefferson City says:General Lyons' expedition left here yesterday in two steamers, destined, it is supposed, for Booneville. A gentleman from above reports that Capt. Kelly is running trains to-day on the Pacific Railroad, between Tipton and Syracuse, impressing men into the service of the State, and that firing was heard for several hours in the direction of Booneville. The telegraph line is out of order west of Jefferson, and no reliable information of the movements in that quarter can be got. Jefferson City
$10 reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man, named William Foster. He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B Lyne in Richmond. je 17--tf Thos. L. Lyne. $10 reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man, named William Foster. He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B Lyne in Richmond. je 17--tf Thos. L. Lyne.
$10 reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William Foster. He is a mulatto and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B. Lyne in Richmond. je 17--tf Thos. L. Lyne. $10 reward. --Ranaway from the farm of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May, a negro man named William Foster. He is a mulatto and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B. Lyne in Richmond. je 17--tf Thos. L. Lyne.
$10 reward. --Ranaway from the forth of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May a negro man named William Foster. He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B. Lyne in Richmond. je 1--tf Thos. L. Lyne. $10 reward. --Ranaway from the forth of Mr. James Lyons, on the 22d of May a negro man named William Foster. He is a mulatto, and has a bushy head, about 5 feet 10 inches high, of down look when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for the apprehension of said fellow, if delivered either to Mr. James Lyons or Dr. Ro. B. Lyne in Richmond. je 1--tf Thos. L. Lyne.
Circuit Court. --This Court was engaged on Saturday in disposing of civil business. The Grand Jury brought in two bills of indictment against Peter Gailey, for attempting to pass counterfeit money on Wm. H. Dailey and Wm. Cullingworth, on the 2d of April. Jas. Baker, Thomas Wilkinson and Jno Lipscomb, indicted for burglary, were arraigned before Judge Meredith on Saturday evening, when a plea relative to jurisdiction was entered, and after a hearing the parties were remanded to the Hustings Court, to be sent on to Judge Lyons for trial.
t elected in fact, and therefore we respectfully decline to take our seats in the Electoral College. "Very respectfully, your ob't serv'ts, "John R. Edmonds, "James Lyons, "R. A. Claybrook, "Wm. H. Anthony, "J. W. Massie." The Secretary next read the following letter from Mr. Wm. Lamb, of Norfolk: "Norfolk, Dec. 3, 1860.rd of Fauquier, A. B. Caldwell of Ohio, L. H. Chandler of Norfolk city, Joseph Christian of Middlesex, William Lamb of Norfolk city, John R. Edmonds of Halifax, James Lyons of Richmond city, Richard Claybrook, of Northumberland, W. H. Anthony of Botetourt, J. W. Massie of Rockbridge. On motion, the roll of Electors was called,ancy caused by the absence of Mr. Wm. Lamb, of Norfolk; Wyndham Robinson, Esq., of Richmond city, was nominated to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of James Lyons, Esq; Mr. John D. Alexander, of Campbell county, was nominated to fill the place of Mr. R. A. Clay brook, of Northumberland; Waller R. Staples, Esq., was nomina
ridge Road, five Miles North of Richmond, and 17 Slaves Thereon. By virtue of a deed of trust from the late Gervas Storrs to Edwin Burton, (for whom the undersigned, J. B. Young, has been substituted by a decree of Henrico County Court,) and James Lyons, bearing date on the 11th May, 1829 duly recorded in Henrico County Court, he undersigned trustees, in conformity to the provisions of the said deed of trust, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the premises on Monday, the 3For the real estate, one-fourth cash; balance at 6, 12 and 18 months, for negotiable notes, interest added secured by a trust deed, or title retained. For the Slaves, 4 months credit, for approved, endorsed negotiable paper, interest added. James Lyons, Trustees. John B. Young, Trustees. P. S.--As Executors of Mrs. Martha Storrs dec'd, we shall, at the same time and place, sell all of her Personal Estate, consisting of the following 7 valuable slaves, viz: 3 Men, 2 Women, 2 Girls
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