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One hundred and fifty Dollars reward. --My servants Ben and Kitty ran away the early part of July. I will pay $75 for the arrest of either, if confined in Fluvanna jails or for the arrest of both, if so confined. I will pay $150. Ben is about 18 years old, dark complexion, tolerably well grown, and good looking; no particular marks remembered. His mother belongs to Mr. Jerry Woodward, of Goochland county, with whom he lived until the last few years. Kitty is about 24 years old, and was raised by my father, Dr. Julian Kean, of Louisa, and her children are now at his late residence. She is not very dark, nor is she bright. She is about medium height, and well made for strength. No marks remembered. The servants were hired to W R Cocke, of Fluvanna, the present years. Mrs. Susan V Boston. au 20--2aw2w
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I will pay $50 for the delivery of my woman Hester (sometimes calls herself Easter,) to Messrs. Lee & James, Auctioneers. She is about 45 years old, 5 feet high, brown skin, good teeth, rather spare made. $100 if taken out of the State, and all necessary expenses in either case. H F Cocke. au 17--3tMTh&S