The New-York Gazette, May 25, 1730.
Run away from Solomon Bates of Elizabeth-town a Negroe man named Clause, aged about 27 years old, has got with him a Homespun Coat of Linen and Wool, with Brass Buttons, an Ozenbrig vest with Black Buttons and Buttonholes, and and old striped vest, leather breeches, new Homespun Worsted Stockings, black shoes with Buckles, he has a hat and Cap and he can play upon the Fiddle and speaks English and Dutch. Whoever can take up the said Negroe and bring him to his said master, or secure him and give notice, so that his master can have him again, shall have reasonable satisfaction besides all reasonable charges.
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