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Ran away--$100 reward. --Ran away from the subscribers, on last night, a negro boy named Martin, purchased of Dr. M. A. Anderson, of Louisa county. He is about 5 feet 5 or 6 inches in height, stout built, bushy head, and good teeth, about 20 years old. He was dressed in a suit of gray homespun clothes, and had on a home-made straw hat. No flesh marks recollected. It is likely he is making his way towards Louisa. We will give the above reward if delivered to Lee & James, of Richmond, or if confined in jail so that we get him again. McMurry & Winstrad. je 30--4t*
Fifty Dollars reward --Will be paid for the apprehension of Jesse, slave of Rev S. W. Blair. Jesse is about 17 years of age, and medium size, very black, has a pleasant continuance, is slightly lame in one ankle from a recent sprain. He had on a military cap and jacket and a rough, charge shirt. The above reward of $50 will be paid for his delivery to me. Roger Martin. Clay st, bet 9th and 10th ja 24--6t*