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great event, as great as any that ever happened from the collision of armies. But it is to be succeeded by a political event even more important. We are now to test the nerves of the President of the Scotch cap and grey coat, and of the Cabinet who were to make a breakfast of the South, and a dinner of England and France. We are to try the pluck of Senators who have been using such great words in debate, and placing such valiant votes upon the records of Congress for three weeks past. Henry Wilson, the cobbler of Natick, who was disappointed of his champagne at Centreville, is to show whether he will make a stand at the capital for his budget of war bills, or continue his flight in the direction of his native village of shoes. Hickman is to prove the metal of which he is made, and to show whether he is still of opinion that eighteen millions of Yankees are a match for eight millions of Southern people. In short, there is to be the best practical test ever tried of the pluck
Ranaway. --About the 1st of May, from the tobacco factory of Kent & Wilson, Richmond, a Negro Boy, named Jim. about sixteen years old. He is a likely black Boy, about five feet high. Said Negro is supposed to be lurking about Manchester or Mr. John Clay's, in Chesterfield county, where he has relatives. I will give ten Dollars for the delivery of Jim to Mr. Pat, Gary, in Manchester, or if lodged in any jail so that I can get him again. Address, Alfred Mann, Keysville, Va. jy 28--1w*