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100 dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension and delivery to me of my servant girl Frances, who ran off in January last, she is 17 years of age, about 5 feet 6 inches in height, mulatto, has a full suit of hair, her front teeth wide apart. She was raised in Louisa county. I have reason to think she is harbored in this city. A W Taylor. Libby Hill. I have answered Mr J W Jones's communication through the Post-Office. jy 2--1t*
iz: Lt R H Strother, commanding co a, 19th Va reg't, 2 bushels meal, peas and bacon; a J Bowers, I bbl flour; Charlotte C H Soldiers' Aid Society, 2 boxes hospital supplies; W M Warkins, Mossingford, 20½ bushels corn; Angus & Beverly, 50 lbs rice; Miss S Harrison, Harrison, Halifax, 10 pairs socks; W W Hobson, I bbl flour; Ladies of Prince Edward C H, bandages, Hut, old clothes, wines, rice, vegetables, & c; a Cuthbert, ½ bushel meal; Rill Manry, I bbl flour; Mrs Vass, $10; Mrs Pattle 8 Jones, 25;--,per D W Shanks, 35; G R Rarrett, 300; W a Jenkins, 10; Dr O Fairfax, 20; Jno Riley's legacy, per Capt E Cocke, 450; P V Daniel, per J D K S, 15; a Kentuckian, per do. 30, cash, per do, 10; Lomax B Smith, (in gold,) 2 50; Miss Maria Curds, 20; Franklin Smith, of Canton, Miss, 100; "Warcia, " a private soldier, 2; J W Randolph, 50; friends in Warrenton, per W R Smith, 615; citizens of Montgomery county, 620; Mr Ellis, of Gen Pickett's division, 2; F Smith, 18; W, 50; Mrs Dr Jas McCaw, 3
counter. On account of the absence of the Mayor, who had previously had the cases under consideration, the following were continued: William, slave of Samuel Fauntleroy, and William, slave of A F Gooch, charged with breaking into the house of Mrs Mary Harris, and stealing therefrom two bombazine dresses, valued at $200; Jordan Miller, charged with having in his possession a bay mare, valued at $500, the property of Edwin J Duval, knowing her to have been stolen, and with stealing a horse, valued at $400, from some person unknown; and Rose, slave of Holeman Duval, charged with stealing a lot of boots and shoes, valued at $500, from Charles Callman. William, slave of Spotts & Harvey, arrested without a proper pass, and having a pair of galter shoes which were stolen from M Mitterdorfer, was ordered to be whipped. The same disposition was made in the case of Abraham, slave of Childrey & Jones, and Jesse, slave of Geo Baldwin, for trespassing upon the premises of Mrs Watkins.