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Signed recognizance against Thomas Boon and Christopher Haller for $50 each unless Thomas Boon appears in court to answer charges of assaulting, throwing a brick, and threatening to kill a Negro boy belonging to John Hooper, and to keep the peace especially toward John Hooper and his Negro boy until that time, September 4, 1811

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  • Slavery -- Maryland
  • African Americans
  • 1811-1820
  • North America
  • United States Of America
  • Maryland

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Signed recognizance against Thomas Boon and Christopher Haller for $50 each unless Thomas Boon appears in court to answer charges of assaulting, throwing a brick, and threatening to kill a Negro boy belonging to John Hooper, and to keep the peace especially toward John Hooper and his Negro boy until that time, [Frederick County], September 4, 1811. Signed: Peter Burkhart, Frederick County Justice of the Peace.

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