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The Daily Dispatch: January 5, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation of the Governor of South Carolina. (search)
One thousand Dollars Reward. --My woman, Sarah, with two children, left my premises on Monday evening, the 2d instant, about 6 o'clock, and is doubtless either in Richmond or making her way to the enemy's lines. I will give a reward of one thousand Dollars for their delivery to me, or to any jail in the city, so that I get them. Sarah is a mulatto woman; medium size; about twenty-six years old; good teeth; long bushy hair; answers promptly when spoken to; is usually clearly and polite; nicely dressed, and is an unusually good-looking woman. Her oldest child is a sprightly boy, named Smith, about three and a half years old; the other, a very bushy-hair girl, one and a half year old. A boy named Stephen, hired last year at the Ballard House, left my premises with her. She claims that he is her step-son. George D. Pleasants. ja 4--6t
Ran away from the city of Richmond, on the 23d instant, my Negro Man, Russell Smith: copper complexion; five feet six or seven inches high; twenty-five or twenty-six years of age. He is supposed to be making for the enemy. I will give Five Hundred Dollars Reward for his delivery to me, or secured in jail so that I get him. Johnson Eubank. de 31--cod3t*