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Two hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the apprehension and delivery to Dickinson, Hill & Co, in the city of Richmond, or the securing in jail so that I get him again, of my man Dawson, or David Dawson, as he is sometimes called. Dawson is about thirty five years old, six feet high, quite black; his hair somewhat straight and bushy, and has very good teeth. He is believed to be lurking about Richmond, where his wife lives. He may possibly try to make his way to Middlesex county, where I have a farm, and where he was born and raised. My post office is Chuia Depot, Amelia county. Benj Temple. ja 23--10t*
No. 1 House Girl for sale. --We have for sale, privately, a very likely Girl, who is a No. 1 house servant and one who can make herself generally useful. If not sold privately by the 5th inst, she will be sold at auction on that day. Hill, Dickinson & Co, Aucts. fe 2--tds
Pollard's second year of the War. --The "Second Year of the War," by E. A. Pollard, of this city, is announced as published in the North in splendid style, bound in cloth, and with portraits on steel of Vice-President Stephens and Gens. Longstreet, Hill, Stuart, and Johnston. The publisher says:"The first edition of 5,000 copies has been entirely taken up in advance." The book seems to have been a great prize for the literary places of Yankeedom, as no less than three different publishers have brought out separate editions of the work in the North, and advertise it, in competition, by the column in the New York papers.