Tuesday, April 4, 2017

MISSISSIPPI, Marshall County: Murdock (1838)

Marshall County Republican and Free Trade Advocate
Holly Springs, Miss.
Saturday, October 13, 1838
Vol. I.
No. XI

RANAWAY. FROM the subscribers living in Carroll county, on the 10th September, a negro man named JIM, calls himself JIM KERR. Said boy is about 25 years old, tall and stout built, dark complexion, large eyes, and shows much of the white of them, a down look, hair covers much of his forhead limps on one of his feet; he can read and write, and has probably furnished himself with frie passes. His object will probably be to get on board some steamboat, and make his way to the np-countay. Said negro was purchased of Eaton, & Freeman, Natchez, and will not prehaps tell his owner's name. A Liberal reward will be given for his apprehensian. WM. & A. MURDOCK
[Car. Enquirer Print. Fee, 5$]

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