Judy - SPIN1
Judy - SPIN1
African Americans--History, African Americans--History--To 1863, African American women--History, Women artisans
Gazette of the State of South Carolina
August 25, 1779
1. Self-emancipated from George Muckinfoos
RUN away from the subscriber, on the 7th of August inst. a negro wench named Judy, about 18 years of age; She had on when she went away an Osnabrugs coat and wrapper; she is of the Guiney country and has her marks on her face, she is of a yellow complexion, well set, of middling nature, has been used to the house and spinning , and speaks tolerably plain; she is supposed to have been carried off by a negro man who calls himself Andrew and says he is free. He is of a black complexion, speaks good English, is very ragged in his dress, nor is it known where he came from or where he is gone. A reward of 70 dollars will be given for the fellow and wench; and whoever will bring or cause to be brought to the subscriber, the wench alone, shall have a reward of 30 Dollars.
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