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The Daily Dispatch: August 20, 1864., [Electronic resource], A Renegade Richmond telegraph operator on the peace movement. (search)
Ran away from my farm, at the half-way house; on the Richmond and Petersburg railroad, Chesterfield county, my man Richard. He left my farm last Tuesday morning, the 9th instant, and had on when he left a pair of dark pants, white cotton shirt, and had on a pair of shoes, no coat nor hat. He is about twenty or twenty-one years old, five feet six or seven inches high, black, has a small moustache, and speaks slow. I bought him last April, of Lee & Bowman, in Richmond. He formerly belonged to Miss Margaret Bottom, of Amelia Courthouse. He has a wife at or near Amelia Courthouse, and may be trying to go there. He was last seen near the Half-Way Station. I will pay a liberal reward if caught and put in jail, or delivered to me. Address. J. M. Wolff, 64 Main street, Richmond, Va., or Proctor's Creek, Chesterfield county. au 17--6t*