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--Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro Man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age, black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his fore-finger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand, and is probably making his way to a free State.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us, or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $100 will be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quarles, Frank T. West, Ex'crs of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., no 14--ts Nov. 12th 1860. no 14--ts
Twenty-Fifth annual meeting of the stockholders of the Virginia Central Railroad. --The adjourned meeting of the stockholders of this road convened at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, at Metropolitan Hall — Jefferson Kinney, Esq. of Augusta, in the chair. Mr. John Page, on behalf of the Committee to examine Proxies, reported a quorum of stockholders present, and that the State was represented in the meeting by Joseph R. Anderson, of Richmond; Jno Hunter, of Louisa, and Jefferson Kinney, of Augusta, alternate proxies. The next business in order being the consideration of the Annual Report, &c., of the President and Directors, the report of the committee appointed to examine said documents was, on motion of Gen. C. G. Coleman, read, as follows, and, together with the President's Report, &c., adopted: To the Stockholders of the Virginia Central Railroad Company: The undersigned, acting members of the committee appointed to examine the report and accompanying documen
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ard. --Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro Man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his fore finger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand and is probably making his way to a free State.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us, or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $100 will be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quarles, Frank T. West, Ex'rs of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., no14 — ts Nov.12th 1860. no 14--
reward. --Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd.. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age, black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his forefinger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand, and is probably making his way to a free State.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we set him, a reward of $100 will be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quardes, Frank T. West, Ex'ors of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co, no 14--ts Nov. 12th 1860. no 14--ts
$20 reward. --Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst., from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his fore-finger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand, and is probably making his way to a free State.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us, or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $100 will be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quarles, Frank T. West, Ex'ors of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., Nov. 12th, 1860. no 14--ts
. --Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age, black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his forefinger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand, and is probably making his way to a free State.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us, or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $100 will be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quarles, Frank T. West, Ex'ors of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., no 14--ts Nov. 12th 1860. no 14--ts
d. --Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his forefinger and thump on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand, and is probably making his way to a free State. --The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $100 will be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quarles, Frank T. West, Ex'ors of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., no 14--ts Nov. 12th 1860. no 14--ts
--Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his fore-finger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He, it is said, can write a good hand and is probably making his way to a free State. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us, or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $10 will be paid. Wm. Crawford. John R. Quarles, Frank T. West, Ex'ors of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., no 14--ts Nov. 12th 1860. no 14--ts
--Ran away on Saturday, the 3d inst, from the employment of Dr. John B. Eastham, of Louisa county, a Negro man, named Ralph, belonging to the estate of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Ralph is about twenty-two years of age, black, about five feet five inches high; one of his front teeth is out, and the rest are very broad and white. No peculiar mark about him is remembered, but we think he has a scar between his fore-finger and thumb on one of his hands — can't say which. He. it is said, can write a good hand, and is probably making his way to a free State.--The above reward will be paid for his apprehension in the State and delivery to us, or being placed in a jail so that we get him; or, if taken out of the State and delivered to us, or placed in a jail in this State, so that we get him, a reward of $100 will, be paid. Wm. Crawford, John R. Quarles, Frank T. West. Ex'ors of Jesse Perkins, dec'd. Trevillian's Depot, Louisa co., no 14--ts Nov. 12th 1860. no 14--ts
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