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Two Hundred Dollars Reward for the apprehension and delivery to Dickinson & Hill, of Richmond, of my negro man Jack. I purchased him of Lee & Bowman, last September. He was formerly owned by Mrs. Mary Turner, of Petersburg. Jack is about fifty years old; dark color; full suit of hair and whiskers, quite grey; six feet high; weighs one hundred and fifty. I gave him permission to visit Petersburg last month, but he never returned, and is doubtless there yet. P. R. Saunders. [no 10--6t*]
Three Hundred Dollars Reward. --Ran away from the subscriber, about six or seven weeks ago, my negro, Ben. Said boy was purchased at the auction house of Messrs. Lee &Bowman, Franklin street, Richmond, and was sold by Dr. Ming, of Petersburg. He said he was hired to Mrs. Magill, at the Theatre, previous to his sale. His age is nineteen or twenty; well built; with small head; five feet eight or nine inches in height. He is no doubt lurking about Richmond or Petersburg. I will give the aoy was purchased at the auction house of Messrs. Lee &Bowman, Franklin street, Richmond, and was sold by Dr. Ming, of Petersburg. He said he was hired to Mrs. Magill, at the Theatre, previous to his sale. His age is nineteen or twenty; well built; with small head; five feet eight or nine inches in height. He is no doubt lurking about Richmond or Petersburg. I will give the above reward for his delivery to Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Franklin street. J. B. Pack, Danville, Virginia. oc 20--1m*