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Notice! Notice!--Runaways. --A reward of five hundred dollars each will be paid for the apprehension and retention in safe custody till I get them, of the following negroes, who left my farm, in Powhatan county, near Fine creek, on Wednesday, the 24th day of May, 1864: Boston, a carpenter, about five feet ten inches high, red mulatto skin, with very heavy black beard and moustache. Haywood, about five feet eight inches high, brown skin, small moustache; has a down look when talked to. Hurbert, about six feet two inches high; very likely negro; dark maroon complexion; teeth defective and black. George, about five feet five inches, square built remarkably fine, open countenance; quick in movement; came from near Gordonsville; Orange county. John, about five feet ten inches; very likely, very able-bodied and stout. Cæsar, about five feet eight or nine inches; very likely; a light mulatto. Ellen, wife to Cæsar, about five feet two inches; very bla