Sydney Howard Gay’s "Record of Fugitives"

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stances. At last y captain of y Wilmington Schr. returned, + she, with y child, were

put on board y vessel. They arrived in Wilmington on Saty. last. Her husband is in New Bedford.

Forwarded.                                                                                            4.

16th. Sam'l Davis, + Henry Saunders, belonged to James Huston, near Georgetown Roads, William Thomas, master John Armstrong, are y three who started with Mason + Chambers (see 15th) Jesse Slakurm, master Arthur Bridget, Eastern
Shore of Md, has been hired out for two years on a vessel running to Phila. 18 years old. 

Sent to Albany.                                                                                             $8

May 26th. Harriet Eglin, alias Mary Brown, of Baltimore, John Delahay, Dry Foods Merchant, owner. His brother died in Mexico, + bequeathed her to John, but y will was disputed, + she was to be sold to settle y dispute. She preferred,however, to take another way to reconcile y difference. Charlotte Giles, alias Mary Johnson,


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