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--Will be paid for the arrest and confinement in jail, so that I can get her, of my negro woman Celia. She left me in Manchester, Monday, March 16th, 1863, about 2 o'clock in the afternoon, and is believed to be in or near Manchester or the city ofManchester or the city of Richmond. Celia is about 30 years old, but looks older, is a little under the medium height; very stoutly made; of a gingerbread color; has thick, but remarkably narrow eyebrows, looks somewhat grum, and talks rapidly. She had on when she left a hhen she left a home made linsey dress; a gay colored, double blanket shawl, and a quoted hood. She carried a band's of clothes with her. Address Jos. Wells, Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Eb Richmond city; ap 1--5t*(W. F & M. W. F) hen she left a home made linsey dress; a gay colored, double blanket shawl, and a quoted hood. She carried a band's of clothes with her. Address Jos. Wells, Manchester, Va., or the subscriber. Chas B Eb Richmond city; ap 1--5t*(W. F & M. W. F)
The Daily Dispatch: April 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Interesting letter from a lady in New Orleans. (search)
One hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, and crossed James river at Michaux's Ferry, on the night of the 28th instant, two negro woman, one named Upham'a, aged about 32, very black, and has the peculiarity of turning her head and laughing when spoken to; the other, named Rosetta, aged 21, a bright mulatto, and has an open countenance. It is thought they are making their way to Fredericksburg. I will give $50 reward each for the apprehension of said woman if taken out of this county, and $20 each if taken in this county. Robert Theift, Powhatan C. H. March 20, 1863. ap 1--6t*