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ond, Mr. Peyton Bailey, Twenty-five Dollars each for the following negroes, that have absented themselves since the Peninsula was invaded by the Yankees: Grantham — Yellow, about 40 years old, 5½ feet high, very intelligent and capable. Selden--Brother of Grantham, about 35 years old; a shoemaker and weaver. Warren--21 years old, bright mulatto, 5 feet 6 inches high, bushy head. George--21 years old, hostler and carriage driver, fingers cut off. Carter--24 years old, 5 fly, height about 5 feet 5 inches; field hand. Taliaferro — A boy 13 years old, dark, ginger color, likely, and well grown for his age. It is supposed that some of these negress are with our army in the field, or lurking about Richmond. Selden and Warren have escaped from the Confederate prisons. All necessary expenses, besides the reward, will be cheerfully paid for the return of the above negroes. Braxton Garlick Waterloo, New Kent co., Oct. 15, 1862. oc 15--