In the advertisement Erskine discusses the slave's physical appearance, disposition, and possible motive: "It is probable that he has obtained free papers and may attempt to pass himself as a free man. There is reason to believe he will try to find...
In the advertisement Phillips describes each slave's physical appearance and disposition. He offers $50 for their return and discusses their motives for leaving: "The subscriber thinks it probable that some white person has been instrumental in...
In the advertisement Summerhill describes the slave's physical appearance and disposition; he suspects that the young man is nearby: "I am clearly of the opinion that Charles is in the midst of our neighbors."
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