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Jno. J. McCulley, Frederick County Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, June 8, 1822, recognizance against Ignatius, a free man, for $100 and John L. Potts and Phillip Reich for $50 each unless Ignatius appears in court to answer charges of harboring and aiding in running away Harriet, a mulatto woman, slave of James Armour filed October 28, 1822, June 8, 1822

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Keywords
  • Slavery -- Maryland
  • African Americans
  • 1821-1830
  • North America
  • United States Of America
  • Maryland

Abstract

Jno. J. McCulley, Frederick County Justice of the Peace: Autograph document signed, June 8, 1822, recognizance against Ignatius, a free man, for $100 and John L. Potts and Phillip Reich for $50 each unless Ignatius appears in court to answer charges of harboring and aiding in running away Harriet, a mulatto woman, slave of James Armour filed October 28, 1822, [Frederick County], June 8, 1822.

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