From the Richmond Dispatch, 9/26/1862, p. 2, c. 6

STRAYED OR STOLEN – From in front of Capt. Epps’s, corner of 1st and Baker streets, on Thursday morning, 25th inst., a light bay MARE, somewhat sway-backed, long bodied, thin mane, and about 14 ˝ hands high, and had on a McClellan saddle, and English saddle blanket, with my name upon it. A liberal reward will be paid for her return to me, or the conviction of the thief, if stolen.

L. H. WEBB, Captain Company D,
12th battalion Lt. Artillery,
Battery No. 10, near Camp Lee, Sept. 25, 1862.

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