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--From the subscriber, in the county of Powhatan, on Saturday, the 28th of March, two negro women; one named Fanny, black, stout built, medium height; the other, Rose, gingerbread color, rather below medium height, and fleshy; both very likely. They were traced to Yanceyville, in Louisa, inquiring the route to Culpeper, and evidently making their way to the Yankees. A reward of $59 each will be paid for their apprehension and delivery to Dickinson, Hill & Co., of Richmond, or confined in any jail so that I get them.

Robert Thrift.
Powhatan C H, Va. ap 6--2t*

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