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For Hire --A strong able-bodied Negro Man, who has been accustomed to farm work, and would answer as a porter in a store or drayman. Also, a likely young Girl, who is said to be a good seamstress and lady's chamber maid. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for Hiring out Negroes, &c., Metropolitan Hall. no 13--2t
For Hire-- A No. 1 Male Cook. Female Cooks. Dining-room Servants. Several Carpenters. field Hands. Several Porters. All of which will be hired on reasonable terms. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for Hiring out Negroes, Met. Hall. ja 19--ts
For hire-- A no. 1 Male Cook. Female Cooks. House Girls and Boys. Dining-Room Servants. Several Carpenters. field Hands. Several Porters. All of which will be hired on reasonable terms. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for Hiring out Negroes, Met, Hall. ja 19--ts
For Hire-- A No. 1 Male Cook. Female Cooks. House Girls and Boys. Dining-Room Servants. Several Carpenters. Field Hands. Several Porters. All of which will be hired on reasonable terms. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for Hiring out Negroes, Met. Hall. ja 19--ts
For hire-- A No. 1 Male Cook. Female Cooks. House Girls and Boys. Dining-Room Servants. Several Carpenters. Field Hands. Several Porters. All of which will be hired on reasonable terms. Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for Hiring out Negroes, Met Hall. ja 19--ts
For hire. --I have yet on hand several Cooks, Washers and Ironers, some of which are No. 1. Also, Farm Hands, Tobacco Hands, (Boys and Men,) Porters, House Girls and Boys, Butlers, Brick-Yard Hands, Brogue Makers, Drivers, &c., all of which will be hired to suit the times, by applying to Ro. B. Lyne. Agent for hiring out Negroes, Metropolitan Hall. fe 1--3t
For Hire. --I have yet on hand several Cooks, Washers and Ironers, some of which are No. 1. Also, Farm Hands, Tobacco Hands, (Boys and Men) Porters, House Girls and Boys, Butlers Brick-yard Hands, Brogue Makers, Drivers, &c., all of which will be hired to suit the times by applying to Ro. B. Lyne, Agent for hiring out Negroes, Metropolitan Hall. fe 1--3t
The Daily Dispatch: March 4, 1861., [Electronic resource], What Mr. Buchanan proposes to do after the fourth of March. (search)
$10 reward. --Ran away, in January last, a Negro Man named "Lemuel," belonging to Wm. Ellette, of King William county. The said Negro is about 25 years old, of good size, and of a light or ginger-bread color. The probability is that he may be lurking about Richmond, or in King William county, near West Point, where he has a wife.--I will give the above reward, and all reasonable expenses paid, for his delivery to me in Richmond. Ro. B. Lyne. Metropolitan Hall. mh 1--dtf
Wanted.--Cook Wanted --A good Cook, without encumbrance, for the balance of the year; for whom a liberal price will be given. Ro. B. Lyne, Metropolitan Hall. mh 2--4t
Negroes for Hire. I have for hire several No. 1 Farm Hands, one. No. 1 White-Washer and Plasterer, one good Painter, four or five Women, (one of whom is a good Cook, Washer and Ironer,) five or six likely Boys, and several good. Drivers, all of which will be hired very low, if immediate application be made. Ro. B. Lyne, Metropolitan Hall. mh 12--3t
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