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The battles on the Rappahannock.further particulars. Guinea Station, May 7, 1863. I gave you yesterday, as far as I was able to collate it, from the most reliable sources, an account of the operations of our army in the vicinity of Chancellorsville, and in the "Wilderness" beyond that point. This account related more particularly to the part performed by the corps of Lieut-Gen. Jackson. Co-operating with this corps were the divisions commanded by Major-Gens. McLaws and Anderson, whoued by Gen. Lee to the gallant and invincible army under his commands. It will be seen that Gen. Lee pays a just tribute to Lieutenant General Jackson, with whom he has been so long associated in arms: Headq'rs Army Northern Virginia, May 7th, 1863. General Orders, No. 59. With heartfelt gratification the General commanding expresses to the army his sense of the heroic conduct displayed by officers and men during the arduous operations in which they have just been engaged. Un
One hundred dollars reward --Will be paid for the delivery to me or lodged in jail so that I get him again a negro boy named William, calling himself William. Wilkinson, who ran away in the latter part of June or first of July, 1863, from Messrs Mounter and Johnson, keepers of the Secession Club House, in Richmond, to whom he was hired. William is about 21 years old, about 5 feet 8 inches high, slender, somewhat bandy legged, rather long faced, of yellowish brown complexion, confident in speech and manner and much inclined to foppishness in dress and habits. I have reason to believe that he block himself to the service of some officer in the Confederate States army, which was rear Richmond at the time be ran away, and that he is still most probably is such service. Any information about this boy communicated to me or to his owner, (N P Reward, of Richmond,) will be thankfully received Richmond, May 7, 1863. H. D. Hacho. my 8--3t*