Bob - BRIL18
Bob - BRIL18
African Americans--History, African Americans--History--To 1863, Artisans, Bricklayers
South-Carolina Gazette and Country Journal
October 7, 1766
1. Self-emancipated from Mary Gordon
RUN AWAY from the subscriber, about the second day of August last, a negro boy named BOB, a bricklayer by trade, had on when he went away, an oznabrug shirt and trowsers, but has since been seen in town with a blue jacket on, where it is supposed he is harboured by a negro fellow named Robin, belonging to Othniel Beale, Esq. Whoever gives information of the said negro being harboured by a white person, shall receive Fifty Pounds reward, and if by a negro, Ten Pounds, on conviction of the offender or offenders; and whoever takes up the said negro and delivers him to the warden of the work-house, shall receive TWO DOLLARS reward. MARY GORDON.
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