Ran Away from the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company the following named Negro men: Paul, slave of W. H. Cook, Campbell county, Virginia, and Tom, slave of W. A. Harris, Lunenburg county, Virginia. The usual reward will be paid for their delivery to an agent of the company, or confinement in any jail where the company can get them. Paul is twenty-four years old, six feet high, dark complexion; Tom is eighteen years old, five feet six inches high, black complexion.

Charles G. Talcott,
Richmond Examiner and Lynchburg Virginia copy one week. de 14--1w

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