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One hundred Dollars reward --Will be paid for the delivery to me, or lodged in jail so that I get him again a negro boy named William, calling himself William Wilkinson, who ran away in the latter part of Jone or first of July, 1852, from Messrs Moustier and Johnson, keepers of the Secession Club House, in Richmond, to whom he was hired. William is about 21 years old about 5 feet 8 inches high, slender, somewhat bandy lagged, rather long faced, of yellowish brown complexion, confident in speech and manner and much inclined to foppishness in dress and habits. I have reason to believe that he betook himself to the service of some officer in the Confederate States army, which was rear Richmond at the time he ran away, and that he is still most probably in such service. Any information about this boy communicated to me or to his owner. (E. P. Howard, of Richmond,) will be thankfully received. Richmond May 7, 1863. E. D. Eacho. my 8--3t*