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Two Likely young Negro Women for Sale. --Pursuant to the decree of the Richmond Hustings Court, entered on the 23d December, 1864, in the suit of Jacob's executors against Jacob and others, we shall, on the 29th day of December, 1864, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the auction-rooms for slaves of Lee & Bowman, in the city of Richmond, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the slaves, Jane and Lizzie, mentioned in said decree, and belonging to the estate of John Jacob, deceased. These slaves are sold for the purpose of a division among the legatees. Jacob B. Keesee, Executors. Caleb Jacob, Executors. de 27--3t*
The Daily Dispatch: December 28, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee view of the question of putting Negroes in the army. (search)
Two Hundred Dollars reward. --The above reward will be given for the apprehension and delivery of Tom, a stout built man, about twenty-five years old, dark skin, about five feet four inches high, and wheats whiskers. I understand he has been seen in Manchester during the last two or three weeks. If caught, to be delivered to me in Chesterfield, or to Lee &Bowman, in Richmond. James W. Martin, Executor of James Martin. de 28--eod6t
Two hundred dollars reward. --The above reward will be given for the apprehension and delivery of Tom, a stout built man, about twenty-five years old, dark skin, about five feet four inches high, and wears whiskers. I understand he has been seen in Manchester during the last two or three weeks. If caught, to be delivered to me in Chesterfield, or to Lee & Bowman, in Richmond. James W. Martin, Executor of James Martin. de 28--eod6t
Two likely young Negro Women for sale. --Pursuant to the decree of the Richmond Hustings Court, entered on the 23d December, 1864, in the suit of Jacob's executors against Jacob and others, we shall, on the 29th day of December, 1864, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the auction-rooms for slaves of Lee & Bowman, in the city of Richmond, sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, the slaves, Jane and Lizzie, mentioned in said decree, and belonging to the estate of John Jacob, deceased. These slaves are sold for the purpose of a division among the legatees Jacob B. Keesee, Executors. Caleb Jacob, Executors. de 27--3t*
Two Hundred Dollars reward. --The above reward will be given for the apprehension and delivery of Tom, a stout built man, about twenty-five years old, dark skin, about five feet four inches high, and wears whiskers. I understand he has been seen in Manchester during the last two or three weeks. If caught, to be delivered to me in Chesterfield, or to Lee & Bowman, in Richmond. James W. Martin, Executor of James Martin. de 28--eod6t
Two Hundred Dollars Reward. --The above reward will be given for the apprehension and delivery of Tom, a stout built man, about twenty-five years old, dark skin, about five feet four inches high, and wears whiskers. I understand he has been seen in Manchester during the last two or three weeks. If caught, to be delivered to me in Chesterfield, or to Lee & Bowman, in Richmond. James W. Martin, Executor of James Martin. de 28--cod6t
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. Pollard. ja 9--1w
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. Pollard. ja 9--1w
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. Pollard. ja 9--1w
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. Pollard. ja 9--1w
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