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Langley of Lambert's Point
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"Ten Dollars Reward.  RAN AWAY from the subscriber, the 14th instant a very black Negro fellow called TOM, about 25 years old, 5 feet 8 inches high, his left middle finger crooked, a large mouth, thick lips, had on when he went away an oznaburg shirt, croakus trowsers, a short blue coat, striped vest, white stockings, and a pair of shoes.  Also at the same time ran away a black young Negro Hampton Roads Times Magazine
      HamptonRoadsTimes.comfellow named CAESAR, about 17 years old, 5 feet 9 inches high; had on a blue jacket, oznaburg shirt, and croakus trowsers.  Tom formerly belonged to Mr. Haynes, of Princess Anne County, and Caesar to Mr. Wm. Baker of South Quay.  The above reward will be paid to any person that will deliver them or secure them in any prison so that I get them again, or five dollars for either of them, by LEMUEL LANGLEY, Lambert's Point, Norfolk County, June 18th, 1796."
(Norfolk Herald, Willett and O’Connor, eds., June 20, 1796)


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