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One hundred dollars reward.

--I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy, Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va.

E. M. Lowe, late of company G,

jy 15--6t 8th Virginia regiment.

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