Sunday, August 14, 2011
Alexandria Herald – 21 August 1815
I will rent, for the ensuing year, the FARM adjacent to the town of Dumfries, the late residence of John Macrae, deceased, generally known by the name of ORANGEFIELD. The farm comprises 200 acres, a large proportion of which is arable land. The improvements on it are an excellent dwelling house, dairy, stable, & c. with a good orchard. The tenant will have the privilege of sowing wheat the next Autumn.
Dumfries, Aug. 18.
Frederick Herald - 15 September 1832
100 REWARD. Ranaway from the subscriber, living near Haymarket, Va., on Saturday night 1st of September, a Negro man named DICK, purchased a few days since of Mr. R. Foster, of Prince William county.
Dick is about 21 years old, about 5 feet 9 inches high, tolerably heavy built, and well proportioned – of dark copper or chestnut color. He wore away a dark round jacket, yellow jean pantaloons, and fur hat half worn. He has just been brought from Pennsylvania, and no doubt attempting to go back.
I will give the above reward if taken in the state of Pennsylvania, fifty dollars if taken in Maryland, and twenty five if taken in Virginia, and secured in any jail until I get him again.