IN SEARCH OF HIS FATHER
We have been requested to publish the following:
"Lewis James, son of Gabriel James, will be happy to hear from his mother Lucy, or either of his brothers, Washington and Richard. The Mother, it is supposed, lives on one of Judge Perkin's farms, called the Homestead, Briar medo and back land. The brothers, it is thought, reside in New Orleans. An uncle, Daniel Armstrong, a Methodist preacher, also formerly lived in New Orleans. Lewis James left before the war. He has resided some time in Jersey City, and is now sick in the Charity Hospital. Should the Postmaster (Col. Lowell) be able to convey the information to any of the parties named, he will confer a great favor on Lewis James. A letter addressed to my care will be immediately conveyed to Lewis James."
City Missionary; 278 South street, Jersey City, N. J.
June 25, 1872.
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