Fugitive Slave Seeking work

 TO THE FRIENDS OF THE FUGITIVE SLAVE –    A young man, who was severely wounded when escaping from slavery, and has now nearly recovered, wants a place in a family or hotel to wait and tend, or to take the care of horses, being used to driving; coach or team.  He is of good disposition, ready and willing to do anything in his power, and anxious to earn his own living. Apply to R.F. Wallcut, 21 Cornhill, or by letter to Francis Jackson,   Boston,  for more particular information.                     (Liberator, September 3, 1858, pb 3)