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Runaway, Job & Jack from William Rust, Loudoun Co., VA, 1796


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50 Dollars Reward.
RAN AWAY from the subscriber living in Loudoun County, Virginia, two slaves, one named JOB, a mulatto man, is stout and well made; had on when he went away a pair of new tow trowsers, and shirt of the same kind; the other a negro man named JACK, tall and slim, very black and has a remarkable large mouth, is apt to grin when spoken to; Jack had on an old ragged shirt and new tow trowsers; it is probable they will change their dress. They went away about the 20th of last month, and were persuaded off by a mulatto man named Joe, belonging to Elisha Marks. Any person that will take up said slaves, and secure them so that I may get them again, shall receive the above reward, or Twenty-five Dollars for either, and all reasonable charges paid by
WILLIAM RUST.
September 16, 1796




ID:
wmsl212

Creator:
Washington Spy

Date:
1796 09 16

Collection Location:
Washington County Free Library

Subject:
Slaves and Free Blacks, Western Maryland

Coverage:
Western Maryland, 1790-1864

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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