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James Hoban - ​City Gazette and Daily Advertiser

James Hoban - ​City Gazette and Daily Advertiser

Date of Work
January 17, 1789​

James Hoban - ​City Gazette and Daily Advertiser

City Gazette and Daily Advertiser (Charleston). January 17, 1789

It reads:

Absented himself on Sunday the 4th inst. a negro fellow, named Peter, by trade a carpenter, about five feet seven or eight inches high, had on a brown coat, corduroy or nankeen breeches, and a three cocked hat; being closely pursued he lost one of his shoes, and his feet being remarkably large he cannot be easily fitted, which causes him to go barefooted. Any person bringing him to No, 33, Union Street continued, or the Master of the Work House, shall receive Twenty Shillings reward. All persons are hereby cautioned against harboring or carrying him away, as they may expect to be dealt with according to the law.

James Hoban.

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