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  • Subject: Slavery--Mississippi.
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    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi.; Fugitive slaves--Tennessee.; Slavery--Tennessee.; Slaves--Tennessee. ; Racially mixed...
    • Notice. The following named negroes have been placed in my care by order of his Excellency H.W. Allen, Governor of Louisiana: Negro woman ELIZABETH, dark complexion; aged about 40 years. Said to belong to Evan Jeffries, Claibourn county...
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    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.; Racially mixed people--Mississippi.; Women slaves--Louisiana.;...
    • Notice. THE following named negroes have been placed in my care by order of his Excellency H.W. Allen, Governor of Louisiana: Negro woman ELIZABETH, dark complexion; aged about 40 years. Said to belong to Evan Jeffries, Claibourn county...
    • $100 REWARD.

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi.
    • $100 REWARD. RUNAWAY from ""Crighton"" plantation on Tensas River, parish of Condordia, sometime in March last, two negro men named Charles and King, of the following description: CHARLES is twenty-three or four years of age, weighs about 140...
    • RUNAWAY committed to the Jail of Rapides Parish

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi.
    • RUNAWAY committed to the Jail of Rapides Parish on 30th January, 1860, a certain negro man of dark complexion, six feet high, thirty-five years old, rather good looking stout able bodied man, slight blemish or scar on the cheek-bone under his left...
    • WAS committed to the Parish Prison

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.;Racially mixed people--Mississippi.;Women slaves--Louisiana.; Women...
    • WAS committed to the Parish Prison of the Parish of Jefferson, on the 2nd of August 1860, JOSEPHINE, a mulatto, 5 feet high, says she belongs to Madame Glattene of N. O. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take...
    • WAS committed to the Parish Prison

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Mississippi.; Slavery--Mississippi.; Slaves--Mississippi.
    • WAS committed to the Parish Prison of the Parish of Jefferson on the 11th of August 1860, the boy NATHAN, a black, 5 feet 6 inches high; says he belongs to Mr. Burts of Mississippi. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay...

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