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Notice from Christopher McPherson, Richmond Enquirer (February 22, 1811)

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Richmond Enquirer (February 22
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In this notice from the Richmond Enquirer, published on February 22, 1811, the free black man Christopher McPherson informs readers that he has purchased a hack, or a horse-and-carriage for hire.

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Richmond Enquirer (February 22

THE subscriber hereby gives notice that the new, strong and easy HACK, registered by the driver, John Townly, a white man, is kept in a house back of Mr. Robert Greenhow’s store, on the Main street, near the Eagle Tavern—The driver is attentive, careful, and obedient. I APPEAL to the generous public, for all their aid & encouragement for the benefit of their humble servant,

CHRIST McPHERSON

Friday, February 8—(12) w4w

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APA Citation:
McPherson, Christopher. Notice from Christopher McPherson, Richmond Enquirer (February 22, 1811). (2021, April 05). In Encyclopedia Virginia. https://encyclopediavirginia.org/entries/notice-from-christopher-mcpherson-richmond-enquirer-february-22-1811.
MLA Citation:
McPherson, Christopher. "Notice from Christopher McPherson, Richmond Enquirer (February 22, 1811)" Encyclopedia Virginia. Virginia Humanities, (05 Apr. 2021). Web. 27 Oct. 2021
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