Charles Pearson searching for his mother and uncle

INFORMATION WANTED. - Dr. E.A. Stabler
has received a letter from J.C. Clapp, a colored
preacher of Newton, Catawba county, N.
C. written, he says, at the request of Charles
Pearson, colored, who, at the last term of the
court of that county was convicted of murder
and sentenced to be hanged on the 22d of October,
"to ascertain something about the mother
or uncle, Armstead Pearson, of the doomed
man who are thought to reside in this city, as
he (the murderer) wishes to communicate with
them before his execution." Any in possession
of the information sought for will confer a favor
upon both the colored preacher and the
condemned man by communicating with Dr.
Stabler.

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