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The Daily Dispatch: August 11, 1864., [Electronic resource], Fourth of July celebration by the Miscegenations on President Davis's plantation. (search)
One hundred dollars reward will be paid for the delivery of my boy Andrew; who left me at the Danville depot on the morning of the 30th of July. He is black; about fourteen years of age; has a small white scar over his left eye about the size of a ten cent price.--Andrew was raised in Petersburg, where he may attempt to go. The above reward will be paid by Messrs. S. N. Davis & Co. if the boy is left with them, or secured in jail so that I get him. S. E. Edmonds, News Ferry, Halifax county, Virginia. au 4--ts
Ran away --On the 30th of July, my negro man Hilliard. He is black, about 5 feet 4 inches high, has a small moustache, is at the present time broke out with camp lick, and has a pass from J. C. Maynard, major and quartermaster, signed by E. R. Lipscomb. I will pay $200 if caught is the State, or $300 if caught out, and delivered to Mr. S. M. Davis & Co's jail, in Richmond, Va. R. E. Turner. au 2--10t