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Notice. --Two of my Boatmen, William and Jordan, left my Canal Boat on the 4th instant at Lock 35. I will pay one hundred dollars reward for the apprehension and lodging in any jail of these men, or fifty dollars for either of them. William is tall, likely, and black, about thirty-five years of age; Jordan is low, stout and bright-colored, about twenty-five years old. Clifford Cabell, Greenway Post-office, Nelson county, Virginia. au 16--3t* Notice. --Two of my Boatmen, William and Jordan, left my Canal Boat on the 4th instant at Lock 35. I will pay one hundred dollars reward for the apprehension and lodging in any jail of these men, or fifty dollars for either of them. William is tall, likely, and black, about thirty-five years of age; Jordan is low, stout and bright-colored, about twenty-five years old. Clifford Cabell, Greenway Post-office, Nelson county, Virginia. au 16--3t*
Four thousand five hundred dollars reward. --I will pay four thousand five hundred dollars for the apprehension and delivery to me in Richmond, or for securing them so that I get them, the following Slaves, to wit: Jordan, a yellow man, about twenty-seven years old, a tolerable carpenter and blacksmith. --Was raised near Christiansburg, Virginia. Lewis, a black man, thirty years old; purchased of T. L. Drewney or Broddie, near Hendersonville, North Carolina. Joshua, black, about twenty-eight years old; raised by Walter Coles, of Pittsylvania county; has rather a down look, and is very stout. Jack, about eighteen; years old, black and slim; bought of P. J. Stern, of Raleigh, North Carolina. Jim, black, about twenty-one or twenty-two years old; raised in Maryland; is tall and very likely. William, a brown-skin boy, about twenty or twenty-two years old; raised in or near this city; once owned by F. J. Sampson, and agent at the Richmond and Danville depo