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Thirty dollars reward. --Ranaway from L. Chamberlayne, in Henrico county, about the middle of August, Edward, a slave, the property of D. E. Gardner, gdn. Said slave is about 5 feet 9 inches high, very black, with long hair, coarse skin, and good teeth; is active, and answers quickly when spoken to. The above reward will be paid for his apprehension and delivery to me. B. A. Cocke, se 16--3t* Office No. 4 Law Building.
One hundred dollars reward. --Left my farm, in Henrico county, within the last twenty days, the following Slaves, viz: 1st. Tom, the property of John C. Grayson, of Culpeper county, Va. He is about 37 years of age, quite tall, and has high cheek bones. 2d. Nat, the property of M. Dew, of King and Queen county, is about 35 years of age, of ginger- bread color, and quite stout. 3d. Aaron, the property of Mrs. McGruder, of Henrico county, is about 15 years of age, quite blac of ginger- bread color, and quite stout. 3d. Aaron, the property of Mrs. McGruder, of Henrico county, is about 15 years of age, quite black, and well grown. 4th. Billy, my servant, is about 15 years of age a dark mulatto, with full black eyes, is very sprightly, and speaks quickly when spoken to. I will give $15 reward for the arrest and delivery of either of the above-named slaves to me, in Richmond, or in any jail, so that I may get them. se 11--4t Jas. M. Taylor & Son.
Twenty five dollars reward. --Will be paid for the return of my boy Henry, or to any one lodging him in a jail so that I get him. He ran away on Sunday, August 31st; is a likely boy, of about twenty five years of age, rather under medium size, (say five feet six or eight inches high,) dark complexion, (not black,) with a bushy head, intelligent, and speaks quick, had on when he left a black coat, light pants and black felt hat. He carried other clothes with him and a cloth hat. I think he is trying to make his way towards Fredericksburg or the times, or he may pass himself for free, and stop with some of our own forces until he can get off to the Yankees. Elijah Priddy, Henrico co., Va., Sept. 2, 1862. se 16 --7t*