July 2, 1761
The Pennsylvania Gazette
RUN away from the Subscriber, about the 23d of March last, living in Ann Arundel County, Maryland, a Convict Servant Man, named William Smith, about 20 Years of Age, born in Ireland, a white looking Fellow, whitish Eyes, and has a Scar on one of his Arms or Knees:
Took with him, when he went away, a small bay Horse, about 13 Hands high, with a Blaze in his Face, bob Tail, trots and gallops, branded G H, or H G: it likely may change his Name.
Whoever takes up the said Fellow, and brings him to the Subscriber, shall have Ten Pistoles Reward, paid by JOHN DORSEY, Son of John. 
1. This hefty reward either takes into account the return of the horse, or indicates that William Smith is a 14-year convict