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Five Dollars reward. --Left Mrs. Mosby's. corner of 9th and Franklin streets, on Tuesday, my Mulatto Boy, Albert. He is about 14 years of age and rather small; is probably lurking about the camps, or is employed at some of the public houses in the city; had on when he left a suit of linen clothes and black cap. If delivered to Mrs. Mosby or myself, I will give the above reward. au 29--6t Th. Marshall Hewitt. Five Dollars reward. --Left Mrs. Mosby's. corner of 9th and Franklin streets, on Tuesday, my Mulatto Boy, Albert. He is about 14 years of age and rather small; is probably lurking about the camps, or is employed at some of the public houses in the city; had on when he left a suit of linen clothes and black cap. If delivered to Mrs. Mosby or myself, I will give the above reward. au 29--6t Th. Marshall Hewitt.
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Five Dollars reward. --Left Mrs. Mosby's. corner of 9th and Franklin streets, on Tuesday, my Mulatto Boy, Albert. He is about 14 years of age and rather small; is probably lurking about the camps, or is employed at some of the public houses in the city; had on when he left a suit of linen clothes and black cap. If delivered to Mrs. Mosby or myself, I will give the above reward. au 29--6t Th. Marshall Hewitt.