[Untitled advertisement]

RUN away, about 6 Weeks ago, a Negro Man named Richmond, about 35 years of Age, and about 5 feet 5 Inches high; he speaks fast and but indifferent English. He belonged formerly to Mr. BARNHILL of Philadelphia, pretends to be free, and has been acustomed to a Printing-Office; it is supposed he is gone to the Northward. Had on and took with him when he went away, a white Shirt, a strip'd flannel Jacket, a Pair of Shoes & Stockings, and a Pair of Leather Breeches; also, a Claret-color'd Cloth Coat & Wasistcoat with Silver plated Buttons and sundry other wearing Apparel. Whoever secures the above Negro in any of his Majesty's Jails shall receive a Reward of Forty Shillings Proclamation Money, and if delivered to the Subscribers in WILMINGTON the same Reward and all reasonble Charges. ANCRUM & SHAW.

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Date(s) of departure
Wilmington, NC
County(s) of residence
New Hanover County
Presumed destination(s)

Publication information

6 people are documented within NC.NEW.12.17691124.3.1606
Name Role in document
Mr. Barnhill (Philadelphia) Former slaveholder
Ancrum Placing Ad
Shaw Placing Ad
Richmond Slave
Shaw Slaveholder
Ancrum Slaveholder