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ivery to me of a servant boy named Conway, belonging to Dr. Wm. J. Hallel, of Essex county. Conway left where he was hired, in Rocketts, in June last, and was when last heard of with the 2d Floridan regiment. He is about 13 or 14 years old; dark color. 2d. $20 for the delivery of Simeon to me.--Simeon is about 15 years old; is quite black; was hired to Mr. Johnson, in Chesterfield, and belongs to Mrs. E. B. Murphy, in Westmoreland county. 3d. $20 for a bright mulatto boy named William, goes by the name of Ben frequently. He is about 15 years old; belongs to James C. Roy, of Henrico, and was hired at Mrs. Jones's boardinghouse, Broad street; left in March. 4th. $5 for Cornelius, a well-set man; black color; speaks slow when spoken to; has his hair plaited sometimes; he left about the middle of June; has been to his wife's, at Mr. Richard Loungers, in King and Queen county, where it is believed he is now. James Moore, oc 29--6t* At Duke & Hutchinson's, Richmond.
or the appellants; and David May, Jas. Alfred Jones, and Marmaduke Johnson, for the appendices Decree at the Circuit Court of Petersburg affirmed. Gibson vs. Beckham and others, argued by Arthur A. Morson for the appellant, and Wm. Green for the appellees Decrees of the Circuit Court of Culpeper county affirmed. Barton vs. Pope, etc., argued by Jas Alfred Jones for the appellant and Wm. T. Joynes for the appelices. Decree of the Circuit Court of Southampton county reversed. Hutchinson's ex'r vs. Murshon's adm'r, etc., argued by John R. Tucher for the appellant, and Arthur A. Morson for the appelices, Decree of the Circuit Court of Loudoun county affirmed. Holcombe's adm'r etc., vs Coleman's ex'r and others, argued by William Green and Jas. Alfred Jones for the appellants, and Chas R Slaughter and Arthur A. Morson for the appellees. Decree of the Circuit Court of the corporation of Lynchburg affirmed. In the case of the Commonwealth vs. Jas. Slater, it was sta
One hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway from the Exchange Stables, (late Davis & Hutchinson's) on Sunday morning last, the 4th instant, a negro man named Tom. Tom is a short man, about five feet three or four inches high; pale yellow color; dark sandy hair, rather bushy; light moustache and whiskers; square made; a little bow legged, and has a determined, vicious countenance. He had on when he left a white slouched hat and light pantaloons. He sometimes wore a blue shirt, with a long neck-handkerchief and a soldier's blue overcoat, with cape. He had with him a handle containing two blankets, a new black sack coat, and other clothing. I will give the above reward of $100 for his delivery to me at my stables, or secured in any jail in Richmond, that I may get him again. Tom was recently purchased of Col. Wilcox, of Charles City county. He may be secreted somewhere in the city, but it is most likely he will make his way to Charles City and the Yankee lines. If taken out of the
Further Successes at the West. more destruction of the enemy's Supplies and Bands by our cavalry. The following dispatch was received at the War Department yesterday: Tullahoma, January 22--Lieutenant Colonel Hutchinson, with one hundred men of Morgan's cavalry, made a dash, yesterday, upon the enemy's camp at Murfreesboro', and captured and brought off safely one hundred and fifty prisoners and thirty wagons. Major Holman, of Wheeler's Cavalry, since the last report captured and destroyed another large transport on the Cumbered, loaded with subsistence. The enemy has made no show of an advance from Murfreesboro'. (Signed) Branton Brago, General Commanding.
Gallant Feat at Murfreesboro'--Defection to the Feed all Cause in Kentucky. Mobile, Jan. 23 --The Advertiser and Register have received the following dispatch: McMinnville, Jan. 21.--A detachment of 100 of Gen. Morgan's men, under Col. Hutchinson, made a dash into Murfreesboro' yesterday, in sight of the enemy's cavalry camps, and captured 200 prisoners and 20 wagons. Reliable information from Kentucky states that on the 13th instant Gen. Woolford made a speech to his men, in the presence of 3,000 citizens of Lebanon, telling them to go home for twenty days ! If within that time Lincoln did not modify his emancipation proclamation, he would not call upon them to fight against the South, but he would himself take the field in behalf of the South against the North. [Signed.] G. A. Ellsworth, (Morgan's Operator.)
ion to the lists of members already published we have the following: Augusta — Hugh W Sheffey, J M McCue,--Walker. Botetourt and Craig — John T Anderson, Green James. Cabell — Buffington. Culpeper — John H Rerey. Essex and King and Queen — Geo T Wright. Fairfax — O W Hunt. Fayette and Raleigh — B R Lincons. Fluvauna — R E Nelson. Franklin — Jas Patterson, Fred R Brown. Gloucester — Warner T Jones Green and Orange — J L Woolfolk. Jefferson — Jacob S Melvin and Wm Burnett. Mason — Hutchinson. Northampton — Thos Scott. Prince Edward--T T Treadway. Rappahannock — J T Fletcher. Rockbridge — S McD Reid, --White Smyth — J H Thompson. Southampton — Pretlow. Spotsylvania — J L Marye, Jr. Warren — Samuel W Thomas. Washington — A C Commings,--Graham. Pendleton — Sanders. Hardy — Chas Williams. The following additional county returns have been received: James City County.--A poll was held on election day several miles below the C
pensation of County Clerks and Sheriffs. Mr. Pendleton offered a resolution to prevent impressments in counties containing no more provisions than are sufficient for the supply of the inhabitants thereof. A resolution was offered by Mr. Hutchinson that the memorial of the Nazarines be referred to the Committee on Military Affairs, with instructions to report a bill requiring all such sects, and especially the Nazarines, to perform military service or leave the State. Mr. Worsham oresolution that, in view of the present struggle, it is the firm and unalterable determination of the General Assembly to know or recognize no religious sect by way of exemption under its military organization. By permission of the House Mr. Hutchinson withdrew his resolution, and Mr. Worsham then presented his substitute as an independent proposition. Objection to its consideration being made it was laid over. Mr. Haymond, of Braxton, presented a resolution, which was agreed to, to i
Picking a lady's pocket. --On Thursday afternoon last Mrs. Hutchinson, of this city, had her pocket picked of a porte-monnale containing about $30 and two certificates of deposit on the Bank of Virginia, while returning home on the Richmond and Fredericksburg railroad cars. The papers in the pocket book can be of no sort of value to the thief, who should return them to the owner through the post-office or otherwise. Ladies in traveling on the cars would do well to secure their funds and other valuables, as scores of picks, of both ages and sexes, are reaping rich harvests in public conveyances.
Cage Items. --The following arrests were made by the Mayor's police yesterday: Joshua, slave of Capt. Quarterman, charged with stealing a vest from Nicholas Carroll, (whipped by order of Alderman Taylor and dismissed); John Maxwell, white, trespassing upon lesser Hutchinson and breaking off the window blinds to his house; and Thomas Quinn, white, charged with assaulting and beating Ann Riley.
9th ultimo,) after two horses had been shot under him and while cheering on his men, surrounded on three sides by the enemy. His assistant adjutant-general, Major Hutchinson, aided by others, bore him to the rear, then went for an ambulance, and, on returning, found him on Captain Randolph's horse, the Captain running along by his side and supporting him; and thus got him to the ambulance. The ambulance was impeded by wagons and taken by the enemy, as also Major Hutchinson. Being taken to General Sheridan's headquarters, Major Hutchinson obtained permission to remain there with General Ramseur. "The General's last words were, 'Tell my darling wife Major Hutchinson obtained permission to remain there with General Ramseur. "The General's last words were, 'Tell my darling wife I die with a firm faith in Christ, and trust to meet her hereafter.' His last words to the ambulance driver who took him from the field were, 'Tell General Hoke I die a Christian, and have done my duty.'"
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