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Runaway Apprehended. --Some time in September, a mulatto boy, about 14 years old, was taken up near Bum; ass's turn-out by me. As the jailors of Hanover and Louisa declined receiving him on account of the condition of their jails, I have kept him near me. His hair is nearly straight; says he belongs to Wm Watts, and reports his name Jack. If the owner will pay the cost of this advertisement, and prove his title to the boy, he will be delivered up. John T Maynard, Near Frederick's Hall, Louisa. oc 30--2t*
The Daily Dispatch: October 31, 1863., [Electronic resource], A brief history of the Troubles about Gen. Bragg. (search)
Runaway--$200 reward. --Ran away from my farm, Marion Hill, two miles below Richmond, two stout black negro men, Henry and Dick. Henry was raised in Fauquier, near Rector Town, and Dick in Louisa. Henry, when spoken to, has little to say. Dick talks very freely. Their ages are between 25 and 30 years. Henry formerly belonged to a Mr. Glasscock, Fauquier Co., and Dick to a Mr. Harris, in Louisa county. W A Hoppe. oc 21--6t