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One hundred Dollars reward will be paid for the return or for information resulting in the return to me, of my cook Harriet, who ran off to Richmond, August 6. She is a bright, thin-breasted, tail, sneaking mulatto. She can read, is a Methodist, sings very loud, and is disposed to argue. Was severely whipped August 1st. Supposed to have on a black skirt and red body, colored straw bonnet and blue ribbons. --Shows fine teeth when spoken to. I bought her of Dr. Dorsey, of Maryland. Age. 35. H. P. Taylor. Henrico, August 20. au 22--19t
Twenty Dollars reward. --Ranaway, sometime in August, from Mr. M. Baker, of Henrico, my man Oliver. Said fellow is about 5 feet six inches high, rather stout, dark complexion, and, I think, one of his front teeth out. His countenance generally is rather stern, but when spoken to brightens up. I will give the above reward for his apprehension and delivery to Messrs. Clopton & Lyne, in Richmond, or confined in jail so I get him again. L. Washington. se 11--ts