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Run-away from the Subscriber, about a Month ago, a Mellatto Man-Servant, named Ishmael Mux, about 28 years old, white Complexion of a middle Stature, broad Shoulder'd, and very round back and stoops much as he walks; wears his own Hair, and can Read Write and Cypher well, naturally good Temper'd, but Cross and Surly when strong Liquor has enter'd him, (which he has a great Inclination to). He had on when he went away a specked flanel Shirt and a white garlix one over it, light colour'd kersey Jacket and Breeches new and handsome white-mettled Button (with holes in the middle of the Buttons) a red duffel Great Coat grey yarn Stockings and brass Buckles in his Shoes. He is supposed to be gone to Lebanon or Stonington. Whosoever will take up said Servant and convey him to the Subscriber, shall be paid TEN DOLLARS Reward, and all necessary Charges, by PYGAN ADAMS. New London, 6th Jan. 1761
Pygan Adams, advertisement for Ishmael Mux, New-London Summary, January 16, 1761, accessed May 27, 2020, https://wesomeka.wesleyan.edu/runawayct/items/show/5393.