"STOLEN from the Door of Mr. John Hoyle, Innkeeper, in Providence, on Tuesday Evening the 29th of November Ult. a dark sorrel Mare, without any Brand, about 13 Hands high, 4 Years old, has a Blaze or white Strip on her Face, and a short Tail; she is a natural Pacer, and a sprightly high-courag'd Creature. She had on when she was taken away, a good Russet Hunting-Saddle, and a Curb-Bit Bridle, with narrow Reins. Whosoever recovers said Mare, and returns her to the Subscriber, in Cranston, and apprehends the Person who stole her, shall receive TEN DOLLARS Reward, and have all reasonable Charges paid, by Jeremiah Williams."
Providence Gazette and Country Journal, December 3, 1763.

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