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Runaway.--$10 reward. --I will pay the above reward for the apprehension and delivery to me of a mulatto boy named William, sometimes called Ben. He is about 16 years old; full head of hair; about 5 feet high; stout and well built. He has been raised to waiting in the house, and was hired to Mrs. Jones, on Broad st., when he left. He belongs to Mr. Jas. C. Ray, of Henrico co. [ny 10 --3t*] Jas. Moore. 81 Main st.
Unpatriotic citizens. --A correspondent says that there is a number of men in the counties of Henrico and Hanover who ran off from Richmond a few days before the militiamen were ordered to report themselves. He thinks that the Southern Confederacy might get a few more soldiers, as these men would be shamed into doing their duty if they thought they were about to be detected. The reason that the country people do not report them, is because most of the fugitives represent them selves as over 45, though to all outside observation the majority are under that age. As they are strong, hearty men, capable of consuming their due allowance of "grub" as well as handling a musket, the writer thinks that the Southern army could be considerably swelled by appointing agents to visit every house in the country and ascertain the status of the inmates who have accumulated sine last Christmas.