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500 dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the apprehension of, and delivery to me; at my office, (or his lodgement in jail so that I can get him) of my servant boy George Henry Ray. Said boy is a bright mulatto, about five feet high, wooly hair, has a swaggering walk, speaks very quick, and has a very sullen look. He may possibly be lurking about the city, as he has acquaintances in every part of it, but my impression is that he is endeavoring to get to Fredericksburg, from thence to Stafford, to the farm of the late Major John Seddon (where he has a father.) in order to pass the lines. Soldiers in the camps are cautioned against employing said boy. M A Blackman, Surgeon and Dentist, No. 83 Main street, Richmond, Va. As he has been accompanying the to the hospitals, he has a pass from Capt Coke, requesting the guard to pass him unmolested. M A B. jy 22--ts