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James Austin (search for this): article 1
$200 reward. --On Thursday last whiled was in the War Department on business, I sent my servant, Austin, who is no wall known in Richmond, to the post-office, since which time I have not seen him or been able to obtain any information of his whereabouts. If he has been impressed I will give $20 to any person who will inform me where he is. If he has been kidnapped, I will give $100 for his recovery. If he has run off, which I do not belive, I will give $300 for his recovery; or if he has been killed, which I fear, I will pay $200 for the conviction of his murderer. my 20--4t* James Lyons.
James Lyons (search for this): article 1
$200 reward. --On Thursday last whiled was in the War Department on business, I sent my servant, Austin, who is no wall known in Richmond, to the post-office, since which time I have not seen him or been able to obtain any information of his whereabouts. If he has been impressed I will give $20 to any person who will inform me where he is. If he has been kidnapped, I will give $100 for his recovery. If he has run off, which I do not belive, I will give $300 for his recovery; or if he has been killed, which I fear, I will pay $200 for the conviction of his murderer. my 20--4t* James Lyons.