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Provincial Corps of Pennsylvania Loyalists
Reward for Horses

Two Guineas Reward for Horses

S T R A Y E D.

STRAYED from a pasture at Yellow Hook, on Long-Island, a dark BAY MARE, about twelve and a half hands high, her tail and foretop cut, large mane, part of which hangs on the left side of her Neck. She is rather fat than otherwise, trots and paces, changes legs often.

Also, a BAY MARE, near 14 hands high, past three years old, has a small star in her forehead, a natural pacer.

Whoever will bring either or both the mares to Capt. STEPHENS, or the Quarter-Master of the Pennsylvania Loyalists, at the above mentioned place, or inform where they may be had, shall receive a Guinea for each, and reasonable charges.

August 4, 1778.

The Royal Gazette, (New York), August 8th, 1778.

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