Twenty Dollars Reward. RUNAWAY from the subscriber, a negro man named GEORGE, about thirty five years old, about five feet nine or ten inches high, yellow complected; had on when he went away a pair of negro cotten trousers and jacket, died[sic] a dark colour; also and old rackoon hat. Also a negro woman named VIOLET, about thirty five years old, yellow complected, her dress not remembered. The fellow sometimes calls his name Isaac. The above reward and all reasonable charges, will be paid for apprehending and securing said negroes, in any Jail, so that I can get them again, or one half for either of them and charges. WM.[WILLIAM] JOHNSON. Sneydesborough[sic], Anson county, November 12. 95
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|Name||Role in document|
|William Johnson||Placing Ad|