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S. W. Green (search for this): article 4
Five dollars reward --For the return to me of my boy Bolling. He is a bright mulatto, 12 years old, square built; well grown for his age; hair inclined to be bushy, but has been recently out. He will pass himself for free, and will endeavor to get work in the city or around the suburbs. His mother, Patsy, (belonging to Gaynor, of New York,) has a free husband named Moten. They live between 3d and 4th streets, (near Mr. John Talman's,) and may aid in harboring him. I will give the above reward for his lodgment in any of the jails of Richmond. au 30--6t* S. W. Green, Jr.
Five dollars reward --For the return to me of my boy Bolling. He is a bright mulatto, 12 years old, square built; well grown for his age; hair inclined to be bushy, but has been recently out. He will pass himself for free, and will endeavor to get work in the city or around the suburbs. His mother, Patsy, (belonging to Gaynor, of New York,) has a free husband named Moten. They live between 3d and 4th streets, (near Mr. John Talman's,) and may aid in harboring him. I will give the above reward for his lodgment in any of the jails of Richmond. au 30--6t* S. W. Green, Jr.
Five dollars reward --For the return to me of my boy Bolling. He is a bright mulatto, 12 years old, square built; well grown for his age; hair inclined to be bushy, but has been recently out. He will pass himself for free, and will endeavor to get work in the city or around the suburbs. His mother, Patsy, (belonging to Gaynor, of New York,) has a free husband named Moten. They live between 3d and 4th streets, (near Mr. John Talman's,) and may aid in harboring him. I will give the above reward for his lodgment in any of the jails of Richmond. au 30--6t* S. W. Green, Jr.
John Talman (search for this): article 4
Five dollars reward --For the return to me of my boy Bolling. He is a bright mulatto, 12 years old, square built; well grown for his age; hair inclined to be bushy, but has been recently out. He will pass himself for free, and will endeavor to get work in the city or around the suburbs. His mother, Patsy, (belonging to Gaynor, of New York,) has a free husband named Moten. They live between 3d and 4th streets, (near Mr. John Talman's,) and may aid in harboring him. I will give the above reward for his lodgment in any of the jails of Richmond. au 30--6t* S. W. Green, Jr.