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One hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway from my factory in Danville, on Sunday, June 1st, my negro man Thornton, who calls himself Thornton Gregory. It is supposed that he will attempt to get to Richmond. I will give the above reward on his delivery to me in Danville, or to Mr. Coleman Wortham in Richmond. Thornton is of black complexion, about five feet ten inches high, spare make; is a boy of good countenance. He had on when he left dark pants and coat and a light vest. jy 8--10t* James Thomas, Jr.
One hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway from my factory in Danville, on Sunday, June 1st, my negro man Thornton, who calls himself Thornton Gregory. It is supposed that he will attempt to get to Richmond. I will give the above reward on his delivery to me in Danville, or to Mr. Coleman Wortham in Richmond. Thornton is of black complexion, about five feet ten inches high, spare make; is a boy of good countenance. He had on when he left dark pants and coat and a light vest. jy 8--10t* James Thomas, Jr.
One hundred Dollars reward. --Ranaway from my factory in Danville, on Sunday, June 1st, my negro man Thornton, who calls himself Thornton Gregory. It is supposed that he will attempt to get to Richmond. I will give the above reward on his delivery to me in Danville, or to Mr. Coleman Wortham in Richmond. The raton is of black complexion, about five feet ten inches high, spare make, is a boy of good countenance. He had on when he left dark pants and coat and a light vest. jy 8--10t* James Thomas, Jr.
One hundred dollars reward. --Ranaway from my factory in Danville, on Sunday June 1st. my negro man Thornton, who calls himself Thornton Gregory. It is supposed that he will attempt to get to Richmond I will give the above reward on his delivery to me in Danville, or to Mr. Coleman Wortham in Richmond. Thornton is of black complexion, about five feet ten inches high, spare black; is a boy of good countenance. He had on when he left dark pants and coat and a light vest. jy 8--10t James Thomas. Jr.
One hundred dollars reward. --Ran away from my factory in Danville, on Sunday, June 1st, my negro man Thornton, who calls himself Thornton Gregory. It is supposed that he will attempt to get to Richmond. I will give the above reward on his delivery to me in Danville, or to Mr. Coleman Wortham in Richmond. Thornton is of black complexion, about five feet ten inches high, spare make, is a boy of good countenance. He had on when he left dark pants and coat and a light vest. James Thomas, Jr. jy 8--10t*