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$50 reward for Jack

Description

A broadside advertising a fifty dollar reward for the capture of an enslaved man named "Jack," also known as "Jack Alexander," who had escaped from a sloop named the Jolly Miller. The broadside was commissioned by Jack's enslaver, Ananias Divers, whose property is described in the broadside as being "Near Wm. Patterson, Esq'rs. Mills, Gunpowder Falls."

Creator

Date

1810-03-30

Contributor(s) Notes

Author: Ananias Divers; Printer: W. Pechin

Publisher

Baltimore: W. Pechin

Language(s)

Extent

1 page

Resource ID

2929

Digital Publisher

Digital resource provided by the Maryland Center for History and Culture

Rights

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