1753 rifle barreled gun Philidelphia
- Philadelphia, January 2, 1753 Tolen out of a pafture belonging to the fubferiber, living in Sprincfield,1 Burlington county, on the iothof December laft. A bright bay mare, without any brand or ear - mark, a natural pacer, goes weli, fuckles a young colt, which is left behind, has a fmall comb cut in her mane, about 14 hands high, and fix years old, fhe is fuppofed to be ftole by one John Jones, the fame man that ftole Morris Gwin's mare, at Abington, near Philadelphia, and fold her to Robert Chambers, near Trenton; he is of a middle ftature, dark complexion, black hair, is a bold fellow, a notorious thief, and carries a rifle barrel gun with him. Whoever takes up and fscures the thief and mare, fhall have Three Pounds reward, or Thirty Shillings for. the mare alone, and reafonable charges, paid by f Jacob Warrick. N. B. It is fuppofed he has difpofed of the mare.