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Negroes for sale. --For sale, a young Negro Woman and her Child, two years old. The Woman is a most excellent Seamstress — can cut and make almost any garment, and, besides, a very accomplished House Servant. For terms, &c., apply at Robert Lumpkin's Jail, on Wall street, before Tuesday next. au 10--2t*
Ranaway--$20 Reward. --From my farm, in Powhatan county, about the 1st of February, my Negro man, George, aged about 23 years. George is dark complexioned; good teeth; large eyes, and shuffles when walking. Has been lurking about the premises of Benj. Gray, Esq., on Franklin street, where he has an aunt; has also a sister near the gas works. The above reward will be paid for his delivery at Robert Lumpkin's Jail, in this city. mh 21--8t* W. S. Warwick.
Ranaway.--$20 reward. --From my farm, in Powhatan county, about the 1st of February, my Negro man, George, aged about 23 years. George is dark complexioned; good teeth; large eyes, and shuffles when walking. Has been lurking about the premises of Benj. Gray, Esq, on Franklin street, where he has an aunt; has also a sister near the gas works. The above reward will be paid for his delivery at Robert Lumpkin's jail, in this city. W. S. Warwick. mh 21--3t*
Recaptured. --All of the prisoners, ten in number, ( one,) who recently escaped from the county jail, have been recaptured and returned to their old quarters. They were taken in custody by Capt. Elliott's Home Guard, between Salem Church and Hanovertown, in the bushes, aided by Messrs. Wicker, Ligon, Dr. Shelton, Dr. Lumpkin, and Mr. Wm. Gaines. The enterprising men who thus severed their connection with the Confederate authorities, have, since their arrival, been securely ironed.
Ranaway--$20 reward --From my farm, in Powhatan county, about the 1st of February, my negro man, George, aged about 23 years. George is dark complexioned; good teeth; large eyes, and shuffles when walking. Has been lurking about the premises of Benj. Gray, Esq., on Franklin street, where he has an aunt; has also a sister near the gas works. The above reward will be paid for his delivery at Robert Lumpkin's jail, in this city. W. S. Warwick. mh 21--8t*
$10 reward. --Will be given for the delivery of my servant Moses to Robert Lumpkin, near the Exchange and Ballard Hotel. The said boy fell behind the regiment a few days ago, when leaving Dispatch Station, on York River railroad. He is probably looking for the regiment. He is forty years of age, five feet eight inches high, very black; wears a moustache. James young 1st Lieut. my 20--3t* Co. K.8th Reg. Ga. Vols.
Runaway. --Jim, a negro boy belonging to Jasper Clayton, of Chesterfield, Va., was brought to my jail on the 27th of May by E. R. Pullen, from Caroline county, Va. Said boy is about 17 years old, 4 feet 4 inches high, has a large scar back of his head. The owner will please call and pay expenses and take him way Robert Lumpkin. Richmond, June 11, 1862. je 12--3t*
Runaway. --Leroy, a negro man belonging to Alfred Bernard, was brought to my jail on the 27th of May by E. R. Pullen, from Caroline county jail. Said negro was hired to John J. Worth, to work in the coal mines. The owner will please call and pay expenses and take him away. Robert Lumpkin. Richmond, June 11, 1862. je 12--3t*
Runaway. --Jim, a negro boy belonging to Jasper Clayton, of Chesterfield, Va., was brought to my jail on the 27th of May by E. R. Pullen, from Caroline county, Va., Said boy is about 17 years old, 4 feet 4 inches high, has a large scar back of his head. The owner will please call and pay expenses and take him way. Robert Lumpkin. Richmond, June 11, 1862. je 12--3t*
Runaway. --Lercy, a negro man belonging to Alfred Bernard, was brought to my jail on the 27th of May by E. R Pullen, from Carolina county jail. Said negro was hired to John J. Worth, to work in the coal mines. The owner will please call and pay expenses and take him away. Robert Lumpkin. Richmond, June 11, 1862. e 12--3t*
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