Mississippi Herald and Natchez Repository
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Broad full face; brown culy locks in a queue
Moved with owner
Wilderness; New Orleans, Louisiana
Fled or captured as an individual
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Pretended to be/passed as free
The University of Southern Mississippi. College of Arts and Letters. Department of History.
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Twenty Dollars. Will be given for apprehending and securing a Runaway Mulatto Man Slave named YORK; Thirty years of age, five feet eight or nine Inches high and very stout made, having a broad full face, and usually wears his brown curly locks in in queue [sic].—It is probable he may endeavor to pass for a free man, and attempt to escape either through the wilderness or to New-Orleans, he was brought from Maryland about the year [torn].
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