1764 stolen rifle Philidelphia
, , , . . e ., . , . r . . they had ft o I en the laid Arms, who made their Efcape from the . . r Conitabe: and as the laid Rifle and fowling Piece appear no , - , ;.,,. . , , r, - . to belong to the Public, but to be private Property, as I conceive, and of the Tuftice's. &c. and in their Cuftody were found two Fire - locks, the one a Rifle, the other a round Bore ; the Perfons be - ing examined, faid they had them of fome Gentleman in Phila - delphia at the Time of the late Alarm, but it plainly appearing t Horfham Townfhip, June 1, 1764. TT7HEREAS George Yeordon, and Peter Patrick, were yV by Virtue of a Search Warrant, brought before me, one they did hot intend to return the Arms to the Owner or Owners, whoever applies to me, the Subfcriber, proves his Property, pays Charges, may have them again. - 4J Archibald M'Clzak.