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18050101btda1.pdf
On December 29, 1804, Francis Beeston, the assistant to Bishop John Carroll in Baltimore posted a runaway slave advertisement for William Castle, a twenty year-old man, in the Baltimore Telegraphe Daily Advertiser. Beeston asserted that Castle…

18100323dni2.pdf
On March 23, 1810, G.B. Bitouzey, the manager of White Marsh plantation posted a runaway slave advertisement for Harry Shorter, a 25 year-old man, in the Maryland Gazette. Bitouzey lists the neighberhood of Georgetown as a possible destination for…

18060501mdg2.pdf
On May 1, 1806, G.B. Bitouzey, the manager of White Marsh plantation, posted a runaway slave advertisement in the Maryland Gazette for Michael, a twenty year-old man. Bitouzey, a secular priest, was a board member of the Corporation of Roman Catholic…

17950507mdg1.pdf
On May 1, 1795, John Ashton, the manager of White Marsh plantation posted a runaway slave advertisement for twelve members of the Queen family in the Maryland Gazette: two men named Billy, two men named Tom, Fanny, Isaac, Jack, Lewis, Matthew, Nick,…

17980201mdg3.pdf
On January 8, 1798, Rev. John Ashton, the manager of White Marsh plantation, posted a runaway slave advertisement for Charles and Patrick Mahoney in the Maryland Gazette. In 1791, Charles Mahoney, along with his siblings Patrcik and David, filed…
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