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$150 reward. --Ranaway from me, in New Kent county, on the 11th of May last, three nestomen: Armistead, Archer, and Braxton. Armistead is about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, is a bright yellow, and wears a full set of black whiskers. He has been seen in Gen. Hood's brigade. Armistead is about 40 years old. Archer is of a dark complexion, with a scar over one eye. He is about 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high. When he walks he leans forward a little. He is about 22 years old. Braxton is a yellow fellow, round face, and talks very slow. He has a scar on one of his arms about five or six inches long, just above his elbow. He is about 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, and is about 28 years old: I will pay the above reward for their delivery to me in Richmond, or if deposited in jail so I can get them, or fifty dollars a place for either of them, or they may be left at the Assistant Provost Marshal's office, with Mr. William New. je 12--10t* Edward M. Bradley.
Twenty dollars reward. Left camp, (three miles east of Richmond,) on the 3d instant, my boy Joe, since which time I have not heard of him. He is about 22 years of age; a yellow color, and of rather diffident appearance; has a large scar on his forehead from a burn. It may be that he has accidentally got with some other regiment.--Any information concerning him will be thankfully received, and the above reward paid for his delivery, either to me or to Hon. John H. Reagan, Postmaster-General. B. A. Hallum, Co. G, 1st Texas Reg., je 12--10t* Gen. Hood's Brigade.