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One thousand Dollars reward. --Ran away, my man, named John; calls himself John Muse; thirty years of age; black complexion; high forehead, with a small knot on it resembling a wen; very likely; quick spoken; a carpenter by trade; he is five feet eight or nine inches high. I will give the above reward for his delivery to R. Lumpkin's jail, Richmond, or any other jail so that I can get him. His father lives in King and Queen county, and no doubt he is making his way there. B. J. Eddins, Manchester, Virginia. ja 6--10t*
Notice. --Negro Boy, Ben, and Horse taken up by me, on the Williamsburg road, near Richmond, on the 6th. The Negro is in jail, and the Bay Horse can be had by proving property and paying charges. The Boy represents himself as belonging to Mr. Luther Roane, of King and Queen county. John C. Hughes. Residence on Venable street, between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth streets. ja 9--3t*M, W&F