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vis, charged with stealing money from his master, and attempting to escape to the Yankees, did not appear, he having escaped from the upper station-house after being locked up therein. A charge was preferred against William Butler and John Bastin, white boys, of stealing fifteen pairs of cotton cards, worth $800, from Wm. Forbes. The evidence implicating these boys with the theft, the Mayor remanded them for examination before the Hustings Court. The charge against Henry, slave of Wright & Ford, of trespassing on the premises of Mrs. Gwathmey, being without a pass, and carrying unlawful weapons, was examined into, and the accused ordered to receive thirty lashes. Emma Slaughter, a free negress, made her appearance to answer the charge of aiding and abetting Robert, slave of Wm. Gibbes, of Lynchburg, to escape to the Yankees.--The Mayor, after patiently listening to a mass of testimony, adjourned further investigation till Wednesday. Albert Bailey, also free, appear
Re-Enlistments in the Army. [official.] Orange C. H., Feb. 15. To Gen. S. Cooper: The following troops have re-enlisted for the war since the announcement of the 10th inst.: Lane's brigade, Wright's brigade, Perin's brigade, Davis's brigade, 7th Virginia cavalry, 11th Virginia cavalry, 13th North Carolina Troops, 11th North Carolina Troops, 48th Virginia infantry, Garnett's, Peague's, Haskell's, and Pegram's battalions of artillery. The following, having enlisted originally for the war, have reiterated their determination to continue in service: Cutts's battalion of artillery, McGowan's brigade, and 14th Alabama regiment. R. E. Lee.