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Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month, (December,) about Forty Negroes, consisting of Men and Women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or an occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson, Execu'or of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--dtd
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield." the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month, (December,) about Forty Negroes consisting of men and women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements or on occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson. Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--dtd
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month. (December,) about Forty Negroes, consisting of Men and Women, boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or in occupations considered ; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson. Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--dtd
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining, Mr George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month. (December,) about Forty Negroes, consisting of Men and Women, Boys and Girls, They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or n occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson. Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--dtd
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month. (December,) about forty Negroes. consisting of men and Women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or in occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson, Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--dtd
The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1860., [Electronic resource], Sad case of Ruin and attempted suicide. (search)
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, (December,) about Forty Negroes, consisting of men and Women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or in occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson. Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--dtd
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield" the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell s, in Hanover county, on Monday, the 31st day of the present month, (December,) about Forty Negroes, consisting of men and Women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants-in no instance to labor on works of internal improvements, or in occupations considered and will the further express understanding that they are not to be re-hired by those who hire them publicly without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson. Executor of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 20--did
Ranaway. --At different times, within the last two months, the following named slaves-- Peter, hired of P. M. Tabb & Son. Dick, hired of P. M. Tabb & Son. Sam, hired of P. M. Tabb & Son. Tom, hired of Geo. W. Doswell. Andrew, hired of Geo. W. Doswell. Tom, hired of Clopton & Lyne. Silas, hired of Clopton & Lyne. Abram, hired of Andrew E. Ellett. The above named negroes are supposed to have gone off with the soldiers. A reward of $10 each will ed slaves-- Peter, hired of P. M. Tabb & Son. Dick, hired of P. M. Tabb & Son. Sam, hired of P. M. Tabb & Son. Tom, hired of Geo. W. Doswell. Andrew, hired of Geo. W. Doswell. Tom, hired of Clopton & Lyne. Silas, hired of Clopton & Lyne. Abram, hired of Andrew E. Ellett. The above named negroes are supposed to have gone off with the soldiers. A reward of $10 each will be paid for their return to the subscribers. au 25--3. Williams & Ragland.
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Wednesday, 31st of December, 1862, about 40 Negroes, consisting of Men, Women, Boys, and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvement, or in occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be retired by those who hire them publicly, without the written content of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson, Ex'r of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd. de 23--td*
Public Hiring of Negroes. --Will be hired at "Wakefield," the farm next adjoining Mr. George W. Doswell's, in Hanover county, on Wednesday, 31st of December, 1862, about 40 Negroes, consisting of Men, Women, Boys and Girls. They will be hired as farm hands and house servants — in no instance to labor on works of internal improvement, or in occupations considered hazardous; and with the further express understanding that they are not to be required by those who hire them publicly, without the written consent of the undersigned. Bonds with approved security will be required in every instance. B. W. Richardson, de 23--td* Ex'r of Mrs. Judith Smith, dec'd.
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