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Fifty Dollars reward.

--The above reward will be paid for the delivery to me, at Little Dover, Goochland county, of my servant Sample, who ran away on the 24th day of March. He is a bright mulatto, 19 years old, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high; hair very thick and usually worn long. On his left jaw, and side of his neck, and left arm, are deep scars, the result of a severe burn, and his left thumb is also contracted from the same burn. He is a very capable servant. He also is a good butcher. He was employed from Oct. 1861, to March, 1862, on Jos. R. Anderson & Co's canal boats. Any information that may lead to his detection may be addressed to me by mail, to Dover Mills P. O, Goochland county.

Wm. R. Trent. my 12--3t*

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