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=>The Murder of John Wesley Bell, 1842 (Via the Page News & Courier’s Heritage and Heraldry Online Blog)

 

Ad from the Hagerstown Mail, October 31, 1834, for a slave escaped from the estate of Raphael Conn.

RunawayConnHagerstownMail31Oct1834

 

Ad from the Hagerstown Mail, October 16, 1835, for the escape of “Malinda” and her three children, apparently in the company of her husband, “Tom Johnson, a free man.”

RunawayMalindaHagerstownMail16Oct1835

 

From the Public Ledger (Philadelphia), December 12, 1837:

EsauRunawayPublicLedgerPhil12Dec1837

 

From the Baltimore Sun, September 5, 1852, and the Richmond Dispatch, September 9 and October 5, 1852:

KeyserBaltSun5Sep1852

Keyser9Sep1852

JerryExecution5Oct1852RichmondDispatch

 

From the Richmond Dispatch, February 20, March 13, and April 12, 1856:

Varner20Feb1856

VarnerburningDispatch13March1856

VarnerburningDispatch12Apr1856

 

From the Richmond Dispatch, August 3, 1857:

MannSpitlerrobbedSlave

 

From the Richmond Dispatch, July 28, 1859:

Elizabethrunaway28Jul1859

 

Richmond Dispatch, December 7, 1859 (resolutions passed in Page County, following the hanging of John Brown):

PageRes7Dec1859

 

Richmond Dispatch, May 14, 1860

StewartrunawayDispatch14May1860

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