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  • Date of advertisement: 184*
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    • NOTICE.

    • 1840-01-01
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Raleigh Register
    • NOTICE.
      TAKEN UP and committed to the Jail of Anson County, on the 17th of December inst. a Negro Man, who calls himself TOM, and says he belongs to JOHN SMITH, of Alabama, and was bought of DANIEL WILLIAMS, of Robeson County, in this State....
    • TAKEN UP AND COMMITTED

    • 1840-01-01
    • Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Star
    • TAKEN UP AND COMMITTED
      To the jail of Richmond county, one negro man, calling himself Bromsick, and says he is free according to the will of Mrs. Mary Brown, dec'd [deceased], formerly of Moore county, of this State. He is about six feet high,...
    • COMMITED.[sic]

    • 1840-01-01
    • Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Star
    • COMMITED.[sic]
      To the Jail of Granville county N. C. on the 14th day of March 1839, a negro slave, as a runaway calling himself Lawrence. He says he is the property of Henry Sneed, of Lunenburg county Va ; that he was raised in Granville county...
    • $10 reward

    • 1840-01-03
    • Salisbury, N.C. : Western Carolinian
    • $10 REWARD
      WILL be given for any information that will lead to the apprehension of a negro boy named AMOS, belonging to Mrs. Mary Steele, of Rowan county, N.C. This boy was arrested on a State's Warrant, in Mecklenburg county, on the 23rd of...
    • $10 reward

    • 1840-01-10
    • Salisbury, N.C. : Carolina Watchman
    • $10 REWARD
      WILL be given for any information that will lead to the apprehension of a negro boy named
      AMOS,
      belonging to the Estate of Mrs. Mary Steele of Rowan County. This boy was arrested on a State's Warrant in Mecklenburg county on the...
    • $40 reward

    • 1840-01-10
    • New Bern, N.C. : Newbern Spectator and Literary Journal
    • $40 REWARD
      RAN AWAY from my Overseer, twelve months past, a negro man named LEWEY. He is a low, well set, black young fellow. I will give forty dollars reward for his delivery to me or for confining him in jail.
      WILLIAM P. BIDDLE.
      Jan. 9....
    • $40 REWARD.

    • 1840-01-10
    • New Bern, N.C. : Newbern Spectator
    • $40 REWARD.
      RAN AWAY from my Overseer, twelve months past, a negro man named LEWEY. He is a low, well set, black young fellow. I will give forty dollars reward for his delivery to me or for confining him in jail.
      WM. [William] P....
    • NOTICE.

    • 1840-01-10
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Weekly Raleigh Register
    • NOTICE.--TAKEN UP and committed to the Jail of Anson County, on the 17th of December inst. a Negro Man, who calls himself TOM, and says he belongs to JOHN SMITH, of Alabama, and was bought of DANIEL WILLIAMS, of Robeson County, in this State. Said...
    • STOLEN

    • 1840-01-14
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Raleigh Register
    • STOLEN from the Subscriber, on Sunday nigh[sic] last--THREE NEGRO BOYS--one about 18 years old, a little bow-legged, stout and likely, named JASON. One by the name of HENRY, about 12 years old, very yellow, hair nearly straight. The third, named...
    • FIVE Cents Reward, but no thanks given.

    • 1840-01-14
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Raleigh Register
    • FIVE Cents Reward, but no thanks given.--Ranaway from the subscriber 15[?] miles North-west of Raleigh, on the 28th of December 1839, an indented Apprentice to the Tailor's trade, who calls himself NATHANIEL KELVIN. Said boy is fifteen years old,...
    • 100 dollars reward

    • 1840-01-15
    • Fayetteville, N.C. : Carolina Observer
    • 100 Dollars Reward.
      RANAWAY from the Subscriber, on the first of this month, a small Mulatto Woman by the name of Milly, aged about 25 or 26 years, with quite a bushy head of hair, and a flat nose, quite a small appearance about the breast,...
    • STOLEN

    • 1840-01-17
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Weekly Raleigh Register
    • STOLEN from the Subscriber, on Sunday night last--THREE NEGRO BOYS--one about 18 years old, a little bow-legged, stout and likely, named JASON. One by the name of HENRY, about 12 years old, very yellow, hair nearly straight. The third, named MIKE,...
    • Fifty dollars reward

    • 1840-01-22
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Raleigh Star and North Carolina Gazette
    • FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
      Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 29th ult. a negro man named HILL, about twenty-five years old, of dark complexion, from five feet eight to ten inches high; speaks quick when spoken to. He wore away a green close...
    • Fifty dollars reward

    • 1840-01-22
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Raleigh Star and North Carolina Gazette
    • FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
      Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 29th ult. a negro man named HILL, about twenty-five years old, of dark complexion, from five feet eight to ten inches high; speaks quick when spoken to. He wore away a green close...
    • FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.

    • 1840-01-22
    • Raleigh, N.C. : North Carolina Star
    • FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
      Ranaway from the subscriber, on the 29th ult. a negro man named HILL, about twenty-five years old, of dark complexion, from five feet eight to ten inches high; speaks quick when spoken to. He wore away a green close...
    • $25 reward

    • 1840-02-01
    • Tarboro, N.C. : Tarboro Press
    • $25 Reward.
      RAN AWAY from the subscriber in February last, my
      Negro man BOB,
      Commonly called Amason hopping Bob, well known in the neighborhood of Stantonsburg. He has a free woman for his wife, one of old Stephen Mitchell's daughters. She...
    • $25 Reward

    • 1840-02-01
    • Tarboro, N.C. : Tarboro Free Press
    • $25 Reward.
      RAN AWAY from the subscriber in February last, my
      Negro man BOB,
      Commonly called Amason hopping Bob, well known in the neighborhood of Stantonsburg. He has a free woman for his wife, one of old Stephen Mitchell�s daughters....
    • STOP THE VILLIANS!

    • 1840-02-18
    • Raleigh, N.C. : Raleigh Register
    • STOP THE VILLIANS!--I will give a reward of FIFTY DOLLARS, and pay all reasonable expenses, for the securing and delivering to me a negro boy named PRINCE, belonging to the estate of Luke Russell, deceased. Said negro was decoyed or stolen from the...
    • $100 reward.

    • 1840-02-19
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    • $100 reward.
      RANAWAY from the Subscriber, on the 14th November, 1836, negro man
      SPENCER,
      Aged about 26 years, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches in height, weighing about 150 pounds, yellow complexion, with a pleasant look--no scars or marks known of....
    • $20 reward

    • 1840-02-27
    • Charlotte, N.C. : Charlotte Journal
    • $20 REWARD.
      RANAWAY from the subscriber, living in Mecklenburg county, 7 miles East of Charlotte, a Negro man named NATHAN, about 24 years of age, stout built, about 5 feet 10 or 11 Inches high, rather of a Copper cast. I suspect he is lurking...

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