Fourth Generation Inclusive

Historical Documents of Genealogical Interest to Researchers of North Carolina's Free People of Color

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The new firm.


The Subscriber having associated himself in business with his son Matthew, the business will hereafter be conducted under the name and style of M.N. Leary & Son.

The undersigned, thankful for the liberal patronage hitherto extended to him, respectfully solicits a continuation of the same in behalf of the new Firm.

All those indebted to the undersigned, either by debt or account, are earnestly requested to settle the same as early as possible.  M.N. LEARY, Fayetteville, June 2, 1852.

Fayetteville Semi-Weekly Observer, 22 July 1852.

Notice of mislaid note.

LOST OR MISLAID.  On Friday or Saturday last, a note of hand, given by George Moses and made payable to me, dated 17th January 1850 for $10. Persons are hereby notified not to trade for said note, and the drawer from paying it, to any one except myself.    WILLIAM BURNETT.  Goldsboro’ Jan. 22, 1850.

North Carolina Telegram, Goldsboro, 31 January 1850.