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Twenty-five dollars reward

--Will be paid for a boy named Taylor, provided he be delivered to Wm. S. Phillips, of this city, or confined in any jail in the city of Richmond, so that I may get him again. Said boy is tolerably black, short hair, quick spoken, and very quick and active. He left my premises, in this city, about three months since, and has been recently in the employ of a Capt. Mitchell, 11th regiment Georgia volunteers. He represents himself as free, as he calls himself ‘"Bill."’ F. W. Hancock,

jy 15--1w Chief Surgeon 3d Division.

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