The Natchez Courier
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Dark brown; Copper
Anderson, John W.
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Fled or captured as a non-family group of slaves
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The University of Southern Mississippi. College of Arts and Letters. Department of History.
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$200 Reward. Ranaway or stolen from the undersigned on the night of the 26th, [sic] April, the following negroes; to wit: CARTER, aged about 23 years, about five feet, eight inches high, very bright mulatto bushey head; his eyes are blue or inclined to be so. He has a scar on one of his arms, occasioned by a burn; very stout heavy made, and stammers when interrogated; full round face; he professes to be a shore maker and Rough Carpenter. EMANUEL, aged 28 years, very black, about five feet six or seven inches high; his little toe on one of his feet is cut off; heavy eye brows & down look, I think he has lost some of his fore teeth; HANNAH, aged about twenty one years, very tall likely and smart, dark brown or copper color; CAROLINE, aged about twenty six or eight years, about the same color of Hannah, common height, heavy, stout made and has lost some of her teeth and the others have a bad appearance, she has a round face and very rough skin a large hand, no other marks recollected. I will give $200 for the negroes and thief or twenty five Dollars for each of the above described negroes, and all reasonable charges if delivered to me at Natchez Mississippi, or secured in any jail so I can obtain them. Each of the men had a suit of green cord and many other clothes; the women had a variety of clothing. JOHN W. ANDERSON The Port Gibson Correspondent and Vicksburg Register, will publish the above for three months and forward their accounts to this office. Natchez.
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