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Fifty Dollars reward. --Runaway from the subscriber, on the first of April last, a negro woman named Nancy. said woman is of large size, about 35 or 40 years of age, of a light gingerbread color, full face, front upper teeth out, has a down cast look when spoken to, finger next to the little finger on the left hand cut off at, the second joint. She may have gone to Fredericksburg as she has a mother at Mr. Allen's, of Fredericksburg, to whom she formerly belonged, and was sold in Richmond by Mr. Thomas Lipscomb. I will give the above reward of $50 for her delivery to me in Richmond, Va. mh 13--6t* R. H. Higgins.
Twenty Dollars reward. --Runaway in this city, two weeks ago, my boy, Allen, he is 16 years old, slender, and rather small for his age, copper colored with nearly straight hair, small, sharp features, has rather a fine, whining voice; had on when he left a black frock coat, dark drab or lead colored pantaloons, and a military cap. He is no doubt passing for a free boy and may have left the city with soldiers, they under the belief that he was free; if so, and they should see this notice, I would take it as a great favor to inferm me. I will pay the above reward for his apprehension. My address is Richmond, Va., (Mayo's warehouse.) mh 12--6t* Jas. L. Scoggin.