Queen's Loyal Rangers
THIRTY DOLLARS REWARD
ESCAPED from the guards the 21st of April last, one Jerah. FRENCH of Manchester, who was prov’d to be a notorious TORY and was confined therefore.
Whoever will seize said FRENCH, and return him to the commanding officer at Ticonderoga, shall be entitled to the above reward.
Every friend of liberty is hereby requested to take him dead or alive.s--
JOSEPH BRADLY, Chairman of the Committee of several towns assembled at Dorset.
Dorset 21st April 1777.
[Jeremiah FRENCH was appointed a captain in the Queen’s Loyal Rangers on 15 July 1777. He was commissioned a lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion, King’s Royal Regiment of New York on 18 November 1781.]
The Connecticut Courant and Weekly Intelligencer, (Hartford), Monday, May 19, 1776.
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