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BOYCE STEALS FANNY AND CHILDREN

ARKANSAS

Arkansas Gazette January 14, 1823 (January 28, 1823) 100 Dollars Reward STOLEN FROM the custody and possession of the subscriber, on the 30th of December last, the following described property, viz: One Mulatto Woman, named Fanny, and her Child--the latter nearly white. One NEGRO boy, and 4 years old. One bay Horse, and One roan Colt, 2 years old. The above property is supposed to have been stolen by WILLIAM BOYCE. Said Boyce is about 25 years of age, five feet nine inches high, red complexion, heavy made, and inclined to be bald. One hundred dollars reward will be paid for the apprehension of the thief and securing the property, or fifty dollars, for the property alone. A.S. WALKER, Sheriff Hempstead county Hempstead county, Jan. 10, 1823