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$150 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 25th May, two negro men, Bill and Nelson. They are both black and stoutly built. Nelson has a soft voice, and is inclined to be fleshy. Bill rarely speaks to white reasons, except in answer to questions. They are probably trying to make their way to the Yankee army. through Orange county. It taken out of Madison county and secured so that I get them again, I will give a reward of each, and if delivered to me, will pay the legal mileage in addition. A. R. Blakey. Madison C. H., May 26 1862. je 12--6t*
$150 reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 25th May. two negro men, bill and Nelson. They are both black and stoutly built. Nelson has a soft voice, and is inclined to be fleshy. Bill rarely speaks to white reasons, except in answer to questions. They are probably trying to make their way to the Yankee army, through Oranges county. If taken out of Madison county and secured go that I get them again, I will give a reward of $75 each, and if delivered to me, will pay the legal mileage in addition. A. R. Blakey. Madison C. May 26 1862. je 12--6.*
Fifty dollars reward. --Runaway from our farm, in Nelson county, on the 17th of August, a negro woman named Eliza. She is about 23 years old, likely, black, and above the average size. She is originally from North Carolina, was purchased by us in Richmond, and lived with one of us a short time at Madison Court House. She was apprehended and made her escape from Mr. Thomas Marrin's, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, near Covesville, Albemarle county, last week, and is doubtless making her way towards Gordonsville or Richmond, or the Yankee lines. $50 will be given for her apprehension and delivery to us, or $30 of secured in jail so that we get her. Address Madison Court-House or Howardsville. Z. R. Lewis. D. J. Harisock. A. R. Blakey se 8--10t
The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1863., [Electronic resource], "Now, by St. Paul, the work Goes Bravely On!" (search)
Fifty Dollars reward. --Ranaway from our farm, in Nelson county, on the 17th of August, a negro woman named Eliza. She is about 23 years old, likely, black, and above the average size. She is originally from North Carolina, was purchased by us in Richmond, and lived with one of us a short time at Madison Court-House. She was apprehended and made her escape from Mr. Thomas Martin's, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, near Covesville, Albemarle county, last week, and is doubtless making her way towards Gordonsville or Richmond, or the Yankee lines. $50 will be given for her apprehension and delivery to us, or $30 if secured in jail so that we get her. Address Madison Court-House or Howardsville. Z. R. Lewis, D. J. Hartsook, A. R. Blakey. se 8--10t*
Fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from our farm, in Nelson county, on the 17th of August, a negro woman named Eliza. She is about 23 years old, likely, black, and above the average size. She is originally from North-Carolina, was purchased by us in Richmond, and lived with one of us a short time at Madison Court-House. She was apprehended and made her escape from Mr. Thomas Martin's, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, near Covesville, Albemarle county, last week, and is doubtless making her way towards Gordonsville or Richmond, or the Yankee lines. $50 will be given for her apprehension and delivery to us, or $30 if secured in jail so that we get her. Address Madison Court-House or Howardsville. Z. R. Lewis. D. J. Hartsook, A. R. Blakey. se 8--10t*
Fifty dollars reward. --Ranaway from our farm, in Nelson county, on the 17th of August, a negro woman named Eliza. She is about 23 years old, likely, black, and above the average size. She is originally from North Carolina, was purchased by us in Richmond, and lived with one of us a short time at Madison Court House. She was apprehended and made her escape from Mr. Thomas Martin's, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, near Covesville, Albemarle county, last week, and is doubtless making her way towards Gordonsville or Richmond, or the Yankee lines. $50 will be given for her apprehension and delivery to us, or $30 if secured in jail so that we get her. Address Madison Court-House or Howardsville. Z. R. Lewis, D. J. Hartsook, A. R. Blakey. se 8--10t*
Fifty Dollars reward. --Ranaway from our farm, in Nelson county on the 17th of August, a negro woman named Eliza. She is about 23 years old, likely, black, and above the average size. She is originally from North Carolina, was purchased by us in Richmond, and lived with one of or a short time at Madcass Court-House. She was apprehended and made her escape from Mr. Thomas Martin's, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, near Govesville, Albemarle county last week, and is doubtless making her way towards Gordonsville or Richmond, or the Yankee house. She will be given for our apprehension and delivery to us, or $30 if placed in jail so that we get her. Adding Madness Court-House or Howardsville. E. R. Lewis, D. E. Hartbook, A. R. Blakey. se 8--10t*