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Three hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from the undersigned on Saturday night last my negro woman Martha and her child Nannie.--Martha is of a dark complexion, about 23 years old, and generally dresses in black. Nannie is a bright mulatto, about 12 years old. I have every reason to believe that the above negroes are trying to make their way to the enemy, as they left without any cause whatever, and took all of their clothes off with them. I will give the above reward for the arrest and delivery to me of the above-named negroes, or $150 for either one of them, or if they are lodged in any jail in this city so that I can get them. R. B. Tyler, C. S. Laboratory. de 30--6t*
Fifty dollars reward. --Fifty dollars reward is offered for the apprehension of my man Peter, who worked on the fortifications near Richmond, and on the day the bands took the cars for Lynchburg he was missing. He is a copper-colored negro, six feet high, was raised in Nansemond county, and has a wife there. For his safe delivery in any jail, or to Tyler & Son, Richmond, I will pay the above reward. N. G. Moore. [de 29--6t*]