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E. M. Lowe (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy. Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G, jy 15--6t* 8th Virginia regiment.
Lewis Sims (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy. Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G, jy 15--6t* 8th Virginia regiment.
C. W. M. Hubball (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy. Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and pg of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G, jy 15--6t* 8th Virginia regiment.
Stony Point (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
One hundred dollars reward. --I will give the above reward for the delivery of my negro boy. Lewis, (he calls himself Lewis Sims,) to C. W. M. Hubball, on 2d street, Richmond, Va. Said boy is black; about five feet ten inches in height; with several small scars upon his throat, caused by being lanced. He was last seen at Williamsburg on the evening of the battle at that place. It is highly probable that he is now with some regiment of the Confederate army, or may have been arrested and put in some prison in Richmond. Any person giving me information that may lead to his recovery will get the above reward. The above reward will be paid by Mr. Hubball on delivery of the negro to him. Residence as above stated. Address me, at Stony Point, Albemarle county, Va. E. M. Lowe, late of company G, jy 15--6t* 8th Virginia regiment.
John A. Jeter (search for this): article 1
Engine runner for Hire. --I have an elderly man, who is an experienced engineer runner and good mechanic at any work, very faithful and trusty, but not able to perform very hard labor. Price $15 per month and board. Apply opposite Catholic Church, Grace street, to jy 15--3t* John A. Jeter.
Attention military. --Officers and Surgeons of the Army and Navy desiring to supply themselves with Shoulder- Straps, Archers, Stars, General's Wreaths; and other emblems of their rank, will do well to call on Miss R. Semon, No. 36 East Main street, near St. Charles Hotel, (up stairs) Always on hand, Cord and Tassels, embroidered and stamped Shoulder Straps, medical (M. S.) worked and embroidered Stars, gilt Sword-Knots, (something new,) and a variety of other articles, too numerous to memy and Navy desiring to supply themselves with Shoulder- Straps, Archers, Stars, General's Wreaths; and other emblems of their rank, will do well to call on Miss R. Semon, No. 36 East Main street, near St. Charles Hotel, (up stairs) Always on hand, Cord and Tassels, embroidered and stamped Shoulder Straps, medical (M. S.) worked and embroidered Stars, gilt Sword-Knots, (something new,) and a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. Miss R. Semon, 14--12t* No, 36 East Main street.
Negro boy Cyrus Missing. --Got separated from me on July 9th, near the battle field of Thursday, July 1st, my boy Cyrus, aged about 23 years, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, black and stout, well formed, rather grum disposition. I will pay a suitable reward if delivered at Kent & Paine's Hospital, to Dr. Newton. H. H. Carlton, Capt. Troup Artillery, Cobb's Legion. jy 15--4t*
Negro boy Cyrus Missing. --Got separated from me on July 9th, near the battle field of Thursday, July 1st, my boy Cyrus, aged about 23 years, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, black and stout, well formed, rather grum disposition. I will pay a suitable reward if delivered at Kent & Paine's Hospital, to Dr. Newton. H. H. Carlton, Capt. Troup Artillery, Cobb's Legion. jy 15--4t*
Negro boy Cyrus Missing. --Got separated from me on July 9th, near the battle field of Thursday, July 1st, my boy Cyrus, aged about 23 years, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, black and stout, well formed, rather grum disposition. I will pay a suitable reward if delivered at Kent & Paine's Hospital, to Dr. Newton. H. H. Carlton, Capt. Troup Artillery, Cobb's Legion. jy 15--4t*
H. H. Carlton (search for this): article 1
Negro boy Cyrus Missing. --Got separated from me on July 9th, near the battle field of Thursday, July 1st, my boy Cyrus, aged about 23 years, about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, black and stout, well formed, rather grum disposition. I will pay a suitable reward if delivered at Kent & Paine's Hospital, to Dr. Newton. H. H. Carlton, Capt. Troup Artillery, Cobb's Legion. jy 15--4t*
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