SPOTSYLVANIA, Sept. 17, 1770.
RUN away from the subscriber, near Fredericksburg, a light mulatto man (who may easily pass for a white man) named JACK, though very probably he may change his name to John Wilkinson, about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, and well made; had on when he went off a brown fustian coat, canvas waistcoast, and light coloured breeches. He has gray eyes, and dark brown hair, which he wears tied behind; is much addicted to drinking, which makes him forward, otherwise very much reserved. Whoever apprehends the said fellow, and delivers him to me, at my house, shall receive 3£. reward, besides what the law allows.
 MANN PAGE.
N.B. All masters of vessels are hereby forewarned from harbouring or carrying off the above mentioned fellow, at their peril.