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Three hundred Dollars reward. --Runaway, on 2d July, a negro woman by the name of Winny Morton. She is about 5 feet 2 inches high, stout built, and black, with thin lips, chews tobacco, and looks grum; she has relations in Richmond and some in Manchester; she passes as a washerwoman. She was sold into absolute slavery by order of the Hustings Court. She no doubt has her free papers; she reported she lost them, which is false. Wherever any person comes across a Winny, and she has her free papers, take her up.--I will give the above reward to any white man, or black man, or black woman, let her be slave or free, so that I am able to lay my hands upon said Winny, or lodged in any jail. J. W. Satterwhite. Petersburg paper please copy for one month, and send bill to J. W. S., corner of Franklin and 18th sts. no 18--1m*
s, about 20 years old; yellow complexion; about 5 feet 8 to 10 inches high; a scar on his neck under his jaw, and has a cock or 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. ft a deep-blue jacket, with brass buttons, and black glaze cap. Morton is recently from Culpeper county, Va., and Dick I bought 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. oc 29--d20t,sw1t,w1t* Silas Omohundro.