delivering to Mr. Archibald M'Lea, East-end; and if found secreted by any person the law will be put in force."
"Kingston, August 13, 1801.
"Strayed on Monday evening last, a Neggro Boy of the Moco country, named JOE, the property of Mr. Thos. Williams, planter, in St. John's, who had sent him to town under the charge of a Negro Man, with a cart for provisions; the said Boy is perhaps from 15 to 18 years of age, about twelve months in the country, no mark, speaks little English but can tell his owner's name; had on a long oznaburgh frock. It is supposed he might have gone out to vend some pears and lemon-grass and have lost himself in the street. One Pistole will be paid to any person apprehending and bringing him to this Office."
"Kingston, July 1, 1801.
"Forty Shillings Reward.
"Strayed on Friday evening last, (and