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Smooth face; smiles when spoken to
Holliday, Daniel C.
Fort Adams, Mississippi
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Fled or captured as an individual
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The University of Southern Mississippi. College of Arts and Letters. Department of History.
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Fifty Dollars Reward. Ran-Away from the Clarksville plantation, three negro men, viz.: SAM, about five feet 4 inches high, well-made, smooth face and smiles when spoken to; he left Fulsom’s tavern in June last, and is supposed on way to Nachitoches [sic]. MOSES, about five feet [torn], stout well set remarkable large eyes, broad face and white teeth, and whether spoken to in anger or otherwise smiles previous to answering, is 27 years old. ADAM, is about 35 years old, and five feet eight inches high, has a down look, is well made and is somewhat gray. I will give the above reward if brought home, and for Sam I will give fifty dollars if brought from the nation. DANIEL C. HOLLIDAY. near Fort Adams.
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