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A. W. Taylor (search for this): article 19
Stop the Runaway--20 dollars Reward. --Left the premises of Mr. A. W. Taylor, on Church Hill, a Negro Boy named Tom, the property of C. M. Castleman, Esq., of Alexandria. The said boy is about 4 feet high, 14 or 15 years old, has a pleasant countenance when spoken to, complexion very black. He may be lu about the city. I will give the above regard if delivered to me at my office on 14th street. mv 18--1w E. D. Eacho.
C. M. Castleman (search for this): article 19
Stop the Runaway--20 dollars Reward. --Left the premises of Mr. A. W. Taylor, on Church Hill, a Negro Boy named Tom, the property of C. M. Castleman, Esq., of Alexandria. The said boy is about 4 feet high, 14 or 15 years old, has a pleasant countenance when spoken to, complexion very black. He may be lu about the city. I will give the above regard if delivered to me at my office on 14th street. mv 18--1w E. D. Eacho.
E. D. Eacho (search for this): article 19
Stop the Runaway--20 dollars Reward. --Left the premises of Mr. A. W. Taylor, on Church Hill, a Negro Boy named Tom, the property of C. M. Castleman, Esq., of Alexandria. The said boy is about 4 feet high, 14 or 15 years old, has a pleasant countenance when spoken to, complexion very black. He may be lu about the city. I will give the above regard if delivered to me at my office on 14th street. mv 18--1w E. D. Eacho.