From the subscriber living at the Nashwakshis, in the county of York, between the 15th and 21st days of this instant July, the following bound Negro slaves, viz. ISAAC about 30 years old, born on Long Island near New-York, had on when he went away, a short blue coat, round hat and white trousers. BEN, about 35 years old, had on a Devonshire kersey jacket lined with Scotch plaid, corduroy breeches, and round hat. FLORA, a Wench about 27 years old, much pitted with small-pox, she had on a white cotton jacket and petticoat. ALSO NANCY about 24 years old, who took with her a Negro child, about four years old called LIDGE. The four last mentioned Negroes were born in Maryland, and lately brought to this country.
ALL persons are herby forbid to harbour any of the above Negroes, and all masters of vessels are forbid to take any of them board their vessel as they shall answer the consequences. A REWARD of TWO GUINEAS, will be paid for each of the men and SIX DOLLARS for each Negro woman, by MR. THOMAS JENNINGS, if taken and deliver’d to him at the city of Saint John, at York Point, and if taken any where else and delver’d to the said JENNINGS, or to the subscriber in York County, the like reward with all reasonable charges will be paid by the said JENNINGS or the subscriber.
CALEB JONES 24th June, 1786.