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One hundred dollars reward. --I will pay the above reward of one hundred dollars for the apprehension of my man Anthony, if delivered to me or lodged in jail, so that I get him. Anthony absconded from my farm, in Caroline, about the middle of June, 1861, and, I have reason to believe, is now in or about Richmond, where he was hired for several years and is well known. He is about 40 years of age, ginger-bread color, stout and well built, and weighs about 170 pounds No particular marks recollected. My address is "Junction, Hanover county, Va." no 8--d3t&aw2t* W. R. B. Wyatt.
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Twenty-five dollars reward. --I will pay $25 for the apprehension and delivery to me, in Richmond, of my servant woman, Louisa, who absconded from Hanover county in the month of May last. She is about medium height, bright gingerbread color, speaks rapidly, and is about 40 years of age. [oc 24--2aw4t*] Jas T. Sutton.