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Ranaway--$100 reward --Ranaway from my farm, known as "Roseville," in Louisa county, on the night of the 9th instant, my negro woman, Lucida, and child, Clara, whom I bought on the 6th. Lucinda is of medium size; of a copper color, and about 18 years of age. Clara is of a bright mulatto color, white hair, and blue eyes. The said negroes were hired to the overseer for Dr. Bickers, of Culpeper county, and Dr. Bickers himself hires the husband to the negro woman, who was raised by Miss Butnd about 18 years of age. Clara is of a bright mulatto color, white hair, and blue eyes. The said negroes were hired to the overseer for Dr. Bickers, of Culpeper county, and Dr. Bickers himself hires the husband to the negro woman, who was raised by Miss Butler G. Hume, near Raccon Ford, Culpeper county. I will give $50 reward if the said negroes are taken, and secured to me, in Orange county, or $100 if taken out of the county, and secured to me at Orange C. H. oc 15--10t* Benj. Rose.