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“RUN away from the Subscriber…” November 18, 1773


The only publications from Andrew Estave in the Virginia Gazette during the Fall of 1773 and Spring of 1774 consists of runaway slave advertisements.

From the Virginia Gazette, Purdie and Dixon, November 18, 1773, Page 2

RUN away from the Subscriber, near Williamsburg, about a Fortnight ago, a Negro Man named JACK, of a very small size, about forty Years old, and lost his left Eye.  Whoever delivers him to me shall have 10 S.  Rewards, besides what the Law allows.

 ANDREW ESTAVE

From the Virginia Gazette, Purdie and Dixon, March 24, 1774, Page 3

RUN away from the Vineyard, three Weeks ago, a new Negro Man named SUNDAY, about five Feet five Inches high, 25 Years old, well made, and very black; had on a Mommouth Cap, a white Cotton Waistcoat and Breeches, and a green Waistcoat under the Cotton one.  I will give a Reward of 10 S. to any Person that will deliver him to me.  ANDREW ESTAVE.

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