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s — the hundred dollars reward. --Left my dwelling, in Richmond, Sunday evening, October 12th, my negro man, George Yates, about 20 years old, yellow complexion, about 5 feet 8 to 10 inches high, a scar on cross-eye. Also, two Negro men left my farm, about two miles out of town, about the same time of day. One man, Morton, aged about 24 or 25 years, black, about 5 feet 10 inches high; no scars recollected; and boy, Dick, 18 years of age, about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, black, and had on when he left a deep blue jacket, with brass buttons, and black glaze cap. Morton is recently from Culpeper county, Va., and Dick I bough; from Fauquier county, near Warrenton, Va., last January. George was raised by me in Richmond. I have no doubt but all three are aiming to make their escape to the Yankees by way of Gordonsville and Culpeper. I will give $100 for each of them, delivered to me in Richmond, or secured in jail so I can get them again. on 14--6t* Silas Omohundro;