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From time to time, in the early newspapers in Jamaica, there were notices concerning Runaway Slaves, their names, and any identifying marks, and the amount of a possible rewards for their return.
John Crooks placed a Notice in the Cornwall Chronicle, dated September 19, 1792, and sent from Cousins Cove, Hanover, concerning slaves who went off in a Canoe from Launce's Bay and were considered runaways.
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