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The Daily Dispatch: March 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The question of Exchange — arrival of Confederate prisoners from Point Look out. (search)
One hundred dollars Reward. --My servant Jesse was taken by the yankees on Brook Road, on the first day of March, with my corral mare, with four white feet, blazed face, rather over medium else, heavy with feet, and paces very easy. I will give one hundred dollars for any information that will lead to her recovery. Wm Sledd, on Brook Road, Near Broon Quarter Breach, mh 7--5t*
One hundred dollars reward. --My several Jonse was taken by the Yankees on Brook Road, on the first day of March, with my Serrell mare, with four white feet, blazed face, rather over medium size, heavy with feel, and paces very easy. I will give one hundred dollars for any information that will lead to her recovery. Wm Sledd, on Brock Road. Near Broon Quarter Branch. mh 7--st*
1.000 dollars reward. --I will pay the above reward for my four negro men, who absconded from my residence on Sunday, June 5th, or $250 for either of them, if returned to me or secured in jail so that I get them. Billy is a bright mulatto, about 22 years old, about five and a half feet high, and a little deaf. James is a bright mulatto, about 22 years old, and about five and a half feet high. Robert is black, about 23 years old, and about five and a half feet high. William is black, about five feet high, about twenty years old, and thick lips — all very likely. I think they are endeavoring to get to the Yankee lines. Wm Sledd, Brook road, near Bacon Quarter Branch, Richmond, Va. je 8--4t*