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Six Hundred dollars reward. Ran away from my residence a Woman, named Caroline, thirty-five or forty years of age; black, medium size, owned by Stephen Davis, of Charlotte county; and one named Charlotte, bought of Lee & Bowman, who came from Petersburg, and is about twenty years of age, gingerbread color and middle size. They have with them Confederate money and specie. I will give the above reward for their arrest and delivery to me, at N. M. Lee's, or $300 for either of them. R. S. reward. Ran away from my residence a Woman, named Caroline, thirty-five or forty years of age; black, medium size, owned by Stephen Davis, of Charlotte county; and one named Charlotte, bought of Lee & Bowman, who came from Petersburg, and is about twenty years of age, gingerbread color and middle size. They have with them Confederate money and specie. I will give the above reward for their arrest and delivery to me, at N. M. Lee's, or $300 for either of them. R. S. Pollard. ja 9--1w
Thirteen Negroes for sale at auction. --In pursuance of a decree of the County Court of Chesterfield, we will proceed to sell, on Thursday, January 12th, 1865, at the auction-house of N. M. Lee, in the city of Richmond, thirteen valuable Slaves, consisting of men, women and children. E. H. Chalkley, Commissioners. W. B. Chalkley, Commissioners. ja 9--1t*