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The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Conscription act Explained. (search)
Runaways--$20 reward --Ran away from me on the 12th and 13th insts; two negro men, John and Nat. The former has lately been engaged at the Confederate Stables on Bacon Quarter Branch, is stout, and quite likely. It is probable that he is lurking about some camp near the city. Nat is very tall and black; is owned in King and Queen county, where he is likely lottering.--I will pay ten dollars a piece for the delivery of each or both to me. je 15--7t Jas. M. Taylor.
The Daily Dispatch: June 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], Burial of
Look out, Police and city Guards. --$20 dollars reward will be paid for the recovery of my boy Nat, to whom I gave a pass to visit his wife, near the New air Grounds, while at the American Hotel, on the night of the 8th inst., to return next morning. Said boy was raised in Richmond by Mr. Kent, of the firm of Kent, Paine & Co. He is about 27 or 28 years old, 5 feet 3 or four inches high, weighs about 135 pounds, of dark brown color, and had on a cap and a cloth coat, with the skirts off, when he left. His wife belongs to the Hon. J. Randolph Tucker, and is hired by some maiden lady or widow near said Fair Grounds. The above reward will be paid by me if lodged where I can get him. He is thoroughly acquainted with the city, and will probably keep secluded in the day time, but no doubt will be lurking about his wife. Jas. C. Bryan, A. C. S. je 12--5* 6th Alabama Regiment.