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Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 18
Selling shucks. --On Saturday morning last, a negro fellow, owned by James Poindexter, of Henrico, sold a load of shucks, which had in them five hundred and fifteen pounds of wood. Mr. James P. Tyler, Assistant Clerk at the Second Market, attempted to arrest him, but the negro escaped from him, leaving behind his team and its load, which was taken possession of by Mr. T.
James Poindexter (search for this): article 18
Selling shucks. --On Saturday morning last, a negro fellow, owned by James Poindexter, of Henrico, sold a load of shucks, which had in them five hundred and fifteen pounds of wood. Mr. James P. Tyler, Assistant Clerk at the Second Market, attempted to arrest him, but the negro escaped from him, leaving behind his team and its load, which was taken possession of by Mr. T.
James P. Tyler (search for this): article 18
Selling shucks. --On Saturday morning last, a negro fellow, owned by James Poindexter, of Henrico, sold a load of shucks, which had in them five hundred and fifteen pounds of wood. Mr. James P. Tyler, Assistant Clerk at the Second Market, attempted to arrest him, but the negro escaped from him, leaving behind his team and its load, which was taken possession of by Mr. T.