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For Hire, a first-rate Boy, about fourteen years old, brought up in a private family as dining-room servant. I will take less than the average price to secure a home where his snarl and other training will be secured. Refer to Blair & Chamberlayne, No. 70 Main street. ja 12--2t*
e the transports were waiting the arrival of the war vessels, during the first three days, the rebels sent down heavy reinforcements to Sugarloaf camp, in the vicinity of the fort; and these reinforcements were ready to assist the fort in case of an assault. General Butler's entire force was but six thousand five hundred men. Yankee Legislatures. Several of the Legislatures of the Yankee States assembled on the 4th instant, and the message of their Governors were read. That of Governor Blair, of Michigan, says: Since the commencement of the war upwards of eighty thousand men have been placed in the field from the State, of which thirty-five thousand have been raised since January, 1863. The State has now in service thirty regiments of infantry, eleven of cavalry, one of light artillery, one of engineers and mechanics, two independent batteries, and fifteen companies in various arms of service. That of the Governor of Indiana says that State has furnished over one
The War news. There is a report of some little skir on our extreme right, north of Petersburg, on Tuesday. If there was anything of the kind, it was of very slight importance. The condition of the ground room the recent rains and thaw is such as any movement of consequence Richmond and Petersburg lines derable time to come. It was reported yesterday that Blair, the Yankee Peace Commissioner, had arrived in this city and had had, during the day, an interview with the President and of War. The Yankee papers his return to Grant's army, and say that a permit from our Secretary of War, for him to visit Richmond was him at City Point. He has not, assured, come to the city, and it call about the Secretary of War. sent him a pass; but we do not believed that he is in Grant's camp. We have never yet seen any evidence going to show that he certainly designed coming to this city. If he meets any one from our midst at City Point to escort him, we think he will come up.