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Two thousand Dollars Reward. --Ran away from the subscriber a bright Mulatto, named Burnett, aged twenty-one years. His complexion is very light, but his hair is rather wooly. His front teeth are had. He is good-looking and well-spoken; is rather above middle height and is slender. Had on, blue-grey pantaloons, with vest and soldier's jacket of the same color. Took with him a bundle of clothes; among which was a frock coat, grey in color, with pearl buttons. Wore a felt hat. He left my house at 11 o'clock on Wednesday, the 7th of December, and is supposed to have gone in company with an elderly mulatto woman, named Nancy, his mother, (slave of Mr. Jones, of Amelia county,) and a mulatto servant, named John, two or three years older than Burnett. The above reward will be paid on the delivery of Burnett. to me in Richmond. John M. Daniel de 8--6t