Subject: DUBOIS, SIMMONS, COLLINS, AUSTIN, LAURENS, APPLEBY|
From: Elizabeth Russo
Date: April 29, 2000
SC GAzette, October 9, 1762: "A Strayed grey trotting horse, about 7 or eight years old, with his two near feet white, thirten hands high, branded on the off shoulder J3, and on the off buttock [symbol] in one: Taken up by MR. JAMES DUBOIS of St. Thomas's parish. The owner may apply to BENJAMIN SIMMONS." A Black and white steer about five years old, branded WC and marked wiht a swallow fork in the right and under-keel in the left ear, being troublesome to the subscriber's fences, he had him valued by creditable neighbours, and killed. Whoever owned the said steer may apply for payment to ROBERT COLLINS. "N.B. The above steer is said to have kept, since a calf, at my plantation called Bull-Head." "Exceeding good Vidonia WINE, in half pipes, to be sold by AUSTIN, LAURENS, and APPLEBY."
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