Runaway ad for an unnamed African man, by Philip Livingston

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Identifier
NJS-SRC-00592
Source Type
Runaway Advertisement
Item
Runaway ad for an unnamed African man, by Philip Livingston
Publication
New-York Gazette
Place of Publication
New York City, NY
Date of Issue
6 November 1752
Page
3
Transcript
Run away from Philip Livings[t]on, of New York, on the 28th of October last; a Negro Man, lately imported from Africa, his Hair or wool is curled in locks, in a very remarkable manner; he is a very likely lusty fellow, and cannot speak a word of English, or Dutch, or any other language but that of his own country. He was seen last Monday on New York Island, and is supposed now to be in the Woods near Harlem. whoever takes up said Fellow, and delivers him to his said master shall receive THREE POUNDS as a reward, from PHILIP LIVINGSTON.
Language
English
Record Contributor
Jesse Bayker

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