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The Daily Dispatch: June 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], The I are city sale. (search)
Ran away $100 Reward.--From Sherwood, (the residents of Roger B. Atkinson, dec'd, in Lunenburg county, Va.,) on Sunday, the 20th of April, 1862. a Negro named Arch, between 17 and 18 years of age, about 5 feet 4 inches high, of black color, and pleasant countenance.--He went off dressed in drab fulled bushy frock coat, vest, and pants, black slouch hat, and coarse boots, worn through the winter. He and other slaves were removed from the county of Loudoun to Sherwood early in March last,Sherwood early in March last, and Arch was doubtless on his way back to that county. He was arrested and lodged in jail on the 23d of last month at Hanover C. H. In company, however, with two other negroes and two white men (the two white man charged with felony,) all in the same room, escaped from fall about the first day of this month. One hundred dollars will be paid by me for the apprehension and delivery of sold negro in some jail so that I get him again, besides all resolvable expenses. My address is Noulute