[Untitled advertisement]

June 25, 1753 RAN away from the Subscriber, in Johnston County, about the Middle of April last, a Negroe Fellow named Sam, a well set Fellow, speaks good English, about 5 Feet 4 Inches high: He has been taken up lately, and committed to Newbern Goal[sic], from which he was delivered to Mr. John Smith, in order to be carried to his Master; but broke out of Custody of the said Smith, near the South-We[?] Bridge. Whoever apprehends the said Slave, so that his Master may have him again, shall have Twenty Five Shillings Reward, besides what the Law allows. John Dickson.

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3 people are documented within NC.CRA.93.17530707.0.1082
Name Role in document
John Dickson Placing Ad
Sam Slave
John Dickson Slaveholder