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Henry B. Curbow - Bowie County, Republic of Texas - published 4 Apr 1845

To the Public: On the second day of January 1845, one Joel Halbert and John his son, then living in this County, made oath before John A. McKinney Esq. that Cross and Willard, Henry Curbow and myself, all now present, had robbed him of a certain negro boy named Riall, by taking said negro from his farm near the mouth of mill creek. At that time a bill of sale of that negro from said Halberts to Cross and Willard, was upon the records of the County. The object of the oath was to obtain. Since that time, said Halberts have left this section of Country to avoid a prosecution for perjury: Joel Halbert having gone to Missouri, and John Halbert to the western portion of this Republic. The object of this notice, is, to warn all persons against the Joel and John Halbert, wherever they may be, as base, perjured and dishonest, of which, the records of this County are witnesses. Boston, Bowie County, Republic of Texas, April 4, 1845. H. M. Derryberry

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