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purchased in Warren county, N. C., from the estate of Peter Powell, dec'd, by Brittingham & Gwin, or Mr. Dupree, and brought to Richmond and resold to Hatcher & Webster. Said negro is about five feet ten inches high, copper colored complexion, with a pleasing countenance. He had on when he left a gray mixed suit of clothes and gray cap. He has a scar on one of his legs. (the one not remembered,) caused by a kick from a male. It is supposed he left with General Bensom's division, as it passed through on that day, perhaps having met with some acquaintance and told a plausible tale. I will pay a reward of $25 for said negro if arrested in the city of Richmond: $50 if taken in the State of Virginia; or $100 if taken out of the State, and confined in any jail, so that he can be procured, or delivered to Hill, Dickinson & Co., Auct's, or to the undersigned. S. A. Hatcher, Sup't. C. S. Lots, Bacon's Quarter Branch, Richmond, Va. Enquirer and Examiner copy till stopped. ja 9--ts