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eof, or his legal representative: Provided, That said detail be made upon the application and designation of the owner, or the representative of the owner, of such farm or plantation, and that the person so detailed shall be withdrawn upon a like application of such owner or his representative: And provided, further, That said private shall not, whilst so detailed, receive any pay or allowance from the Government, but shall be paid by the owner of the farm or plantation an amount to be agreed upon between them; and when recalled said detailed private shall immediately proceed to brigade headquarters and report for duty under the penalty of being punished as a deserter. Mr. Brown, of Miss. now called up the bill in relation to the organization of Partisan Rangers. Mr. Burnett, of Ky., in order to test the sense of the Senate, moved to postpone the bill until the first Monday in December next. After some animated debate the bill was postponed, and the Senate adjourned.
Runaways. --The following named Slaves left the Piedmont Railroad at Danville, on the 28th August: Davy--5 feet 2½ inches high, yellow, hazel eyes, right arm has been broken, about 30 years old.--Bought of Wm. Borahan, of Southampton county, Va. Tom--5 feet 6 inches high, yellow, black eyes, scar over the right eye, smiles when spoken to, about 26 years old. Bought of Peter Burchett, Prince George county. Thacker — Hired of Jesse Brown, Griffin co., N. C. A reward of $25 each for Davy and Tom will be paid, if taken within the State, and $50 each if taken in another State, and delivered to me at Danville; and the legal reward for Thacker. E. B. Welburn, Superintendent First Division Piedmont se 2--ts Railroad at Danville. Greensboro' (N. C.) papers will copy