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Ran away from my Farm, at the half-way House, on the Richmond and Petersburg railroad, Chesterfield county, my man Richard. He left my farm last Tuesday morning, the 9th instant, and had on when he left a pair of dark pants, white cotton shirt, and had on a pair of shoes, no coat nor hat. He is about twenty or twenty-one years old, five feet six or seven inches high, black, has a small moustache, and speaks slow. I bought him last April, of Lee & Bowman, in Richmond. He formerly belonged to Miss Margaret Bottom, of Amelia Courthouse. He has a wife at or near Amelia Courthouse, and may be trying to go there. He was last seen near the Half-way Station. I will pay a liberal reward if caught and put in jail, or delivered to me. Address J. M., Wolff, 64 Main street, Richmond, Va., or Proctor's Creek, Chesterfield county. au 17--6t*
Slaves at public auction. --Pursuant to a decree of the Hustings Court of the city of Richmond, the undersigned, as administratrix of Robert Nott, deceased, will proceed, on Tuesday, the 23d day of August, 1864, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and 2 o'clock P. M., at the auction house of Messrs. Lee & Bowmen, on Franklin street, to sell seven Slaves belonging to the estate of the said Robert Nott, deceased, for cash. Sale to be conducted by Messrs. Lee & Bowman, Auctioneers. Catharine Nott. Administratrix of Robert Nott, deceased. au 18--5t*