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e cavalry force of the two corps under Hardee and Polk is estimated at 5,000 and it is known that they have each three batteries of light artillery, and several pieces of heavy guns. Among the division commanders in Hardee's corps are S B Buckner, Henry W. Hilliard, and a Brigadier General Slaughter. This Slaughter we cannot recall to mind, and it has been suggested to us that Savage, of Tennessee, is meant. With Buckner our readers are familiar. It is rumored he has been made a MajorBuckner our readers are familiar. It is rumored he has been made a Major General. There is little doubt that he commands a division of this army, organized to penetrate a country with which he is intimately acquainted, and in which, it were useless to deny, he has a widespread and evil influence over certain classes of people. Cheatham, of Tennessee, Atolerson, of Pensacola notoriety, and Maury, of Tennessee. have divisions in Polk's corps. With the two corps of this army thus organized under Hardee Polk, and Bragg, on or about the 22d of August, crossed th
Runaways. --Ranaway from Second Section Richmond and Danville Railroad, the following slaves. The legal reward will be paid for their return at the officer of the company in Richmond, or at any Station on the road — viz: Washington; very dark, five feet nine or ten inches high; stammers a little when spoken to. Nelson; stout built, dark color, five feet seven or eight inches high. Thomas; yellow complexion, rather slow in his movements, five feet nine or ten inches high. All the property of Wm. H. Buckner, of Caroline county, Va. je 27--ts