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Ranaway--$25 reward --A negro man named Gilbert, aged between 40 and 50 years. His color is black; whiskers grey, under the chin. He is about six feet high; black hair. His clothing is a black coat and plaid summer pants. I bought him at Dickinson & Hill's auction room last Tuesday. He was brought here by a gentleman named Thos. G. Neal, of North Carolina. He left my premises Saturday afternoon, between 2 and 3 o'clock. The above reward will be paid by M. A. Myers, 66 Main street, Richmond, Va. Or lodged in some convenient Jail. de 30--t6thFeb*
The Daily Dispatch: January 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Burnside expedition — warm work Expected in North Carolina--the weather — cistern water scarce, &c. (search)
bout their souls, and frequently with streaming eyes they inquire, 'What must I do to be saved?' I have been some days at the hospitals in Staunton, and find there a most inviting field." Rev. C. H. Ryland, Healing Spring, says: "I am not able to do one half that presses upon me daily for the relief of our soldiers. --But it is joy to do what I can, and a relief, at least, to pray for more laborers. The pleasure my mission has afforded the suffering here, has been enough to repay me for all the trial I've had to make in their behalf." Mr. R. W. Cridlin, at Williamsburg; Dr. E. Wetherell, at Norfolk; and Mr. J. M. Burton, at West Point, report deeply interesting facts. We need, very much, funds with which to prosecute this work, and, from the liberal sums which have already been sent, we are encouraged to appeal to the friends of the soldier throughout the South, for additional aid. Address A. E. Dickinson, Gen'l Sup't Army Colportage, Richmond. Va.
. Thompson, Judge of the 20th Judicial Circuit, was taken up. Mr. Branon proceeded to give reasons for his belief in judge Thompson's loyalty, among which was his refusal to take the oath to support the Constitution of the bogus Government of Western Virginia, in consequence of which he was now out of office. His sons had taken up arms for the South, and one of them had lost his life.--Judge Thompson was now in Wheeling, where he had been three times arrested for supposed disloyalty to the Federal Government. Mr. Dickinson, of Prince Edward, and Mr. Thomas, of Henry, thought that Judge Thompson's discharge from arrest might give ground for suspicion that his disloyalty to the Federal Government was not established. On motion of Mr. Thomas, of Henry, the resolution was laid upon the table, with a view to further inquiry into its merits. Bill passed. House bill incorporating the Virginia Anthracite Coal and Iron Company. On motion, the Senate adjourned.