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LUKE MAY HEAD FOR MISSOURI LEAD MINES

ARKANSAS, Missouri

Arkansas Gazette June 27, 1826 (July 11, 1826) $25 Dollars Reward RAN away from the subscriber, on the 3d of May last, a Negro Man, named LUKE, about 26 years of age, about five feet eleven inches high, large and very heavy built, very black, has a down look, and is a tolerable blacksmith by trade. It is probably that he will endeavor to get in the Sheboleth Lead, Mines, in Missouri, where he formerly lived, and to which place he appeared to be attached. A reward of TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS will be paid to any person who will take up and secure the above Negro Man in any jail, and give me notice so that I can get him again; or the same reward, together with all reasonable expenses, if taken up and delivered to me, at my residence, fifteen miles south of Little Rock, A.T. WILLIAM ROBINSON Pulaski Co., June 27, 1826