Twenty dollars reward

Twenty Dollars Reward. RAN AWAY, On the Fourth Instant, A Negro Fellow named PRINCE, about five Feet high, Guinea born; he has the Marks of his Country upon his Eye, has a large Lump on his Brow, and a bald Place on the Crown of his Head; was formerly the Property of Mr. Christopher Christopher, of Raleigh. The above Reward will be paid to any Person who will lodge him in any Gaol in the State. JONES T. BRYAN. Jones County, Jan. 10, 1801. The Printers in this State will be please to give this a Place in their Papers for three Weeks, and send them on, together with their Bill, and they will be paid. J.T.B.

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4 people are documented within NC.WAK.124.18010210.3.893
Name Role in document
Christopher Christopher Former slaveholder
Jones T. Bryan Placing Ad
Prince Slave
Jones T. Bryan Slaveholder