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Ordered away. --Wm. Bass, a free negro, from Powhatan, living in the city contrary to law, was ordered 25 lashes, Saturday morning, by the Recorder, and was then commanded to leave the city instanter. The same order (minus corporeal punishment) was given in the case of Wm. Moss, a colored resident of Petersburg.
Not guilty. --William Moss, a free negro, charged with receiving an overcoat, worth $12, which was stolen from Irving Hull, was examined before the Mayor and discharged, the defendant proving that he purchased the garment of a white person.
$100 reward --Ranaway from me, near Romney, Jim, a bright m to boy; about 18 years old; 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high; weighs about 150 pounds; has lost one upper front tooth; has a small scar on his forehead and one undo his chin, caused by a burn when a child; also, a scar on one of his crisis. Jim left the 1st regiment Georgia volunteers white encamped at Hanging Rock, in February last with two other negroes--one Bill, or Wm. Moss, who represented himself as a free boy, living in Richmond, formerly in Petersburg, the other, a thick, heavyset boy, named Hiram; belonging to Mr. Harold, a member of Mainbridge county. My impression is they will go to one of the above named places, or remain with the Confederate army. I will pay $100 to any person who will arrest Jim and lodge him in jail, or any place of safety In the Confederate States, where I can get him. P. S. D. H. Culler. Per v. Georgia. an 1--4t*
$100 reward --Ranaway from me, near Romney, Jim, a bright muiat to boy; about 18 years old; 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high; weighs about 150 pounds; has lost one upper front tooth; has a small scar on his forehead, and one under his chin, caused by a burn when a child; also; a scar on one of his wrists. Jim left the 1st regiment Georgia volunteers while encamped at Hanging Rock, in February last. with two other negroes--one Bill, or Wm. Moss, who represented himself as a free boy, living in Richmond, formerly in Petersburg, the other, a thick, heavyset boy, named Hiram; belonging to Mr. Harold, a member of Rainbridge county. My impression is they will go to one of the above-named places, or remain with the Confederate army. I will pay $100 to any person who will arrest Jim and lodge him in jail, or any place of safety in the Confederate States, where I can get him. P. B. D. H. Culler, Perry, Georgia. ap 1--4t*
$100 reward --Ranaway from me, near Romney, Jim, a bright mulatto boy; about 18 years old; 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high; weighs about 150 pounds; has lost one upper front tooth; has a small scar on his forehead. and one under his chin, caused by a burn when a child; also, a scar on one of his wrists. Jim left the 1st regiment Georgia volunteers while encamped at Hanging Rock, in February last. with two other negroes--one Bill or Wm. Moss, who represented himself as a free boy, living in Richmond, formerly in Petersburg, the other, a thick, heavy set boy, named Hiram; belonging to Mr Harold, a member of Bainbridge county. My impression is they will go to one of the above named places, or remain with the Confederate army. I will pay $100 to any person who will arrest Jim and lodge him in jail, or any place of safety in the Confederate States, where I can get him. P. B. D. H. Culler, Perry, Georgia. ap 1--4t*