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$25 reward. --Runaway from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January,a Negro man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color, with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. Wm. J. Carpenter. mh 20--1m
25 reward. Ran away from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color, with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. mh 29--1m Wm. J. Carpenter.
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. mh 20--1m* Wm. J. Carpenter.
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my farm. Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro Man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color, with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. mh 20--1m Wm. J. Carpenter.
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color with a sear on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. Wm J. Carpenter. mh 20--1m
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro Man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color, with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. Wm. J. Carpenter. mh 20--1m*
$25 reward. --Ranaway from my farm, Long Row, Hanover county, about the 8th of January, a Negro man, named Peter Brown, about 21 years old, of a dark brown color, with a scar on one side of his neck; also a small one on his knee; very long-legged, and upwards of six feet high. The above reward will be paid, if delivered to me, or secured in jail. mh 20--1m* Wm. J. Carpenter.
Federal army to cross their territory. He stated, furthermore, that the present Administration, conceding the right of individual States to secede, would take no offensive measures, and that the next Congress, having a Democratic majority, would render such measures impossible on the part of Mr. Lincoln. He stated that he would rather die than become a slave to the North. He defied the bayonets of the coercive officer, and closed with an announcement of the South Carolina Convention for January 8, and the resignation of Toombs.--The enthusiasm of the meeting was unquestionable, and if the State were to be controlled by the feelings of its capital, secession would be inevitable. The flags. From the Charleston papers of Saturday, we take the following items of interest: The flags are increasing bravely. In fact, so rapidly have representations of the Palmetto and "Lone Stars" made their appearance on our thoroughfares, that we have been unable to keep up with them. Yest
Anniversary Ball. --The Montgomery Guard, despite the general gloom growing out of the condition of the country, are preparing for an annual ball on the 8th of January, and promise an entertainment that will be highly creditable to the corps and gratifying to their thousands of friends. We are quite sure that this ball will surpass any ever given by the company, for the committee of arrangements are resolved to leave nothing undone that can add to the pleasures of their anniversary-- We understand that the spacious halls of the Mechanics' Institute have been engaged for the occasion, thus ensuring most desirable rooms for the supper and the dance.
nnessee, Mississippi and Texas. He is now as active as a boy of twenty. He had a brother, Maj. James Lauderdale, killed at the battle of New Orleans, while gallantly leading his command. We met at an early hour last Saturday morning, and marched in double file to Brenham, our county seat, to attend a mass meeting for the purpose of nominating candidates for the State Convention, which meets in Austin on the 28th day of January next. The election of delegates is to be held on the 8th of January. The meeting, which was a very large one, was soon organized, and was, by unanimous request, addressed in a lengthy and soul-stirring speech by the Rev. Geo. W. Carter, late of the Virginia Methodist Conference, now President of Soule University, in this county. During the speech many old Texans were seen hastily to brush a tear from their sunburnt cheeks. There were but few Union men present before the speech, after which, I think there were none. Gov. Houston is inclined to
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