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50 dollars reward. --Ranaway, on the 20th inst, my mulatto boy, named Rob, about 5 feet high, well built, 23 years old, has a brother living with Mr Pleasants, the auctioneer, has been hired for the last year to Mr John Lindsay, on the Plank-road, and has a scar on the side of the neck. He was last seen on the tow-path on his way up the canal. He is supposed to have a forged pass. The above reward will be paid if he is delivered to me at my residence, on Carrington street. Thos French. ja 23--eod3t*
Theft and foot Race. --Yesterday morning, while the auction at Mr. E. S. Pleasants's was going on, a negro man named William, who says he is free, but was without proper papers, was seen to steal some articles which were lying loose, when he was taken in custody by Mr. P., and started for the watch-house; but, before getting there he broke loose and struck off at a full run up 17th to Broad street, where he turned, and continued till overtaken by a crowd of men and boys, who came to the assistance of Mr. P., and joined in the chase for about a half mile. After being captured he was taken to the lower watch house, where a search was instituted, when three knives, one tumbler, and $274.65, supposed to have been stolen, were found on his person.