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Three Hundred Dollars reward. --Ran away from my farm, Creighton, Henrico county, on Saturday night last, a Negro Woman, named Harriet, a bright mulatto; about twenty-one years of age. The above reward will be paid for her apprehension and delivery to me. Anna M. Christian [de 21--3t*]
Five Hundred Dollars reward. --Lemuel, a stout black boy, about twenty-two years of age, left my house on the 13th instant. He has a short neck; broad fat face; would weigh about one hundred and eighty pounds. --His manners are pleasant, and his answers prompt and polite. He may be in the neighborhood of Mrs. farm, on Chickahominy swamp, or about Richmond. I will give Five Hundred Dollars reward for his delivery at the Henrico county jail. Geo D. Pleasants, Administrator of James W. Sheed. de 19--6t
Five Hundred Dollars reward. --My boy Fred left my house on the 13th instant. He is about twenty-three years old; black, stands and walks very erect; rather long face, with little or no beard; slow to answer when spoken to, and speaks short. He may be about Church Hill or in the neighborhood of Dr. Farrar's, on Newmarket road, where he has a wife. I will give the above reward of Five Hundred Dollars for his delivery at the Henrico county jail. George D. Pleasants. de --6t