Boy Lost in Time

Source: Salem Gazette - 1810

TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD

RAN away from his parents on Saturday evening, March 24th, THOMAS KING, a boy about 12 years old, light complexion, and light hair, and as a scar under his chin; had on, when he went away, a blue coatee with bright yellow buttons on it; snuff colored trousers, patched; two waist coats, one black cassimere, lined with red baize, the other was striped velvet; an old pair of boots; a hat with the top part sewed in, and a blue and white neck handkerchief. Any person finding him and returning him to the subscriber, of Salem, of Creek Court, shall receive the above reward. I hereby forbid all masters of vessels, or any other person, from harboring him on penalty of law.

JOHN KING
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