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The President is unfortunate with his servants, as the following from the Dispatch would seem:
Another of President Davis's negroes run away.
On Saturday night last the police were informed of the fact that Cornelius, a negro man in the employ of President Davis, had run away.
Having received some clew of his whereabouts, they succeeded in finding him in a few hours after receiving the information of his escape, and lodged him in the upper station house.
long journey, and a large sum of money he had stolen from his master.
Some time after being locked up, he called to the keeper of the prison to give him some water, and as that gentleman incautiously opened the door of his cell to wait on him, Cornelius knocked him down and again made his escape.
Mr. Peter Everett, the only watchman present, put off after him; but before running many steps stumbled and fell, injuring himself severely.
A plan of invasion.
Gen. Longstreet te