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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...
    • The Italian

    • Abstract paintings; Mixed media
    • Composition in green, red, and white, with a column topped with a plant in black at right. View of a fluted column having acanthus-like vegetation growing at the top and set against a white background. Bottom part of the composition is green with...
    • 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...
    • NOTICE.

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Arkansas.; Slavery--Arkansas.; Slaves--Arkansas.; Women slaves--Louisiana.; Women slaves--Arkansas.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.; Racially mixed...
    • NOTICE. THE following named negroes have been turned over to me by the Agents and Officers of his Excellency Henry W. Allen Gov. of La. Negro woman, Emma, dark complexion aged about twenty-five years, said to belong to Jacob Newcomer, Jefferson...
    • Committed

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Fugitive slaves--Missouri.; Slavery--Missouri.; Slaves--Missouri.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.; Racially mixed people--Missouri.
    • Committed. TO the Jail in the city of Shreveport Parish of Caddo, a negro man who calls his name JIM, of dark griffe color, aged about twenty-eight years. About five feet five inches high, and says he belongs to Col. Lawther of the State of...
    • $300 REWARD!

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.; Women slaves--Louisiana.; Child slaves--Louisiana.
    • $300 REWARD! ABSCONDED last night, the black boy SAM, aged about 20 years; 5 feet 6 inches high, or therabouts; h s a long face, and looks very smart and active; took wi h him a black cloth coat, nearly new, one pair of black pantaloons, some gray...
    • Aperite mihi portas justitiae.

    • Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied.; Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.)
    • Aperite Mihi Portas Justitae was first performed by the Trinity University Choir (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) with Ben Henson, conductor. This recording features the Trinity University Choir with Cluade Zetty, conductor. The performance is part...
    • Sanctus benedictus, agnus dei.

    • Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organ.
    • Sanctus Benedictus, Agnus Dei was written for Thornton's wedding to Alice Dutcher and was first performed for that occasion in Grand Rapids, Michigan. This recording is of the Margarite B. Parker Chapel Choir (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) with John...
    • Two madrigals: November night, triad.

    • Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices), Unaccompanied; Madrigals, English.
    • This work was first performed by the Louisiana State University A Cappella Choir (soprano, alto, tenor, bass) with Dallas Draper conducting. Contents: November Night (begins at :00)--Triad (begins at 1:26).
    • $50 REWARD.

    • Fugitive slaves--Louisiana.; Slavery--Louisiana.; Slaves--Louisiana.; Racially mixed people--Louisiana.
    • $50 REWARD. RAN away from the subscribers on the 27th inst. A bright mulatto quadrron boy, aged about 22 years five feet ten or eleven inches in height-of genteel appearance, and a little round shouldered; rather stout made; has fequently passed...
    • Ceremony of psalms, psalm 8.

    • Psalms (Music)--8th Psalm.; Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organ.; Percussion ensembles.; Oratorios.; Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.)--Centennial celebrations, etc.
    • Ceremony of Psalms is a collection of 9 psalms commissioned by Trinity University for its 1969 centennial year. This performance was at Margarite B. Parker Chapel by the Trinity University Choir, Claude Zetty, conductor, Campbell Smith, organ, and...

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