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Three hundred dollars reward.

--I will pay the above reward for the apprehension of my servant boy Jim. Said boy is about 16 or 17 years of age, gingerbread color, full bead of hair, weighs about 130 or 140 pounds, and has a very careless walk; said boy was employed by an officer in the 17th Georgia regiment, Benning's brigade, up to the time the army crossed the James river. He represented himself as being a free boy, and called himself Jack, that being an assumed name. Said boy is supposed to be with the army on the south side now. Address

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