Hugh Alexander ad for runaway servant The Pennsylvania Gazette (Philadelphia, PA) 24 August 1774
E'IGH T D O L L A R S Reward. p UN away cn tbe vb snft. from tbe fubfcriber, living in Ty - XV rone townhip, Shearman s valley, Cumberland county, an Irijh fervant man. named MicbaeL Buckley, peaks tvitb tbe brovue. about - - . . r r n 1 t - t 7 1" r . . - . 5 feet 9 inches bigb, fender budt and tbmvifage, wears bis non fair bair bad on ivben be went away, a coarfe bomefpun Jbirt and trow - firs, old brown jacket without fitevei, a half worn felt bat, and Jboes almoji newt with yellow carved buckles j alfo took a pifol with bim 5 be pretends to'underjland tbe battcrs - bufinefs, and may probabh cbanre bis name. Whoever takes up and fecures faid fervant.. in ant cf bis Majeff 's goalsf fo as bis mafer may have bim again, Jball have tbe above reward, paid by Hugh Alexander. N. B He bad an iron collar round bis neck, as he had run awav twice before, but may probably have ot it off. All mailers of veflels ' and others are forbid to carry bim off at their peril.