Petersburg, Virginia, Newspaper Archives (1798 - 1900)

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Jack, Betty & dau Fanny, free brother John Brambleton
Petersburg Intelligencer
Petersburg, Virginia
June 5, 1812 - Page [4]
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Charles Dixon, has free relations, from Charles City
Petersburg Intelligencer
Petersburg, Virginia
June 5, 1812 - Page [4]
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Richard Rambaut & Co
Petersburg Intelligencer
Petersburg, Virginia
June 5, 1812 - Page [4]
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Nottoway County, land for sale
Peter Randolph, 1000 acres, whole or part
Petersburg Intelligencer
Petersburg, Virginia
January 10, 1804 - Page [4]
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