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Autographed document signed, recognizance against Edward Owings, Senator, for 10 pounds unless Negro Jonathan, his slave, appears in court to testify against Neri Scott and Charles Ramsey, two freed men, for assisting in opening the meat house of Edward Owings and stealing bacon, March 30, 1810

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  • Slavery -- Maryland
  • Free African Americans
  • 1801-1810
  • North America
  • United States Of America
  • Maryland

Abstract

Autographed document signed recognizance against Edward Owings, Senator, for 10 pounds unless Negro Jonathan, his slave, appears in court to testify against Neri Scott and Charles Ramsey, two freed men, for assisting in opening the meat house of Edward Owings and stealing bacon [Frederick County],March 30, 1810. Signed: Henry Schley, justice of the peace.

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