Marshall County Republican and Free Trade Advocate
Holly Springs, Miss.
Saturday, October 13, 1838
COMMITTED TO the jail of Lafayette county, Miss., a Negro Man by the name of JO, who says he belongs to a man living in Louisiana, thirty miles below New Orleans by the name of Cobb. The boy is five feet six and a half inches high; heavy built; rather yellow complexion; quick spoken when spoken to, and is about twenty-five years old. The owner is requested, prove property, pay charges, and take him away, or he will be dealt with according to law. CHARLES G. BUTLER, Sheriff Lafayette co.
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