5 January 2014

James Anderson alias Clark

KINCARDINESHIRE.
ABSCONDED FROM JUSTICE,

JAMES ANDERSON, alias CLARK, late Roadmaker, and who last contracted for repairing, and worked on the turnpike road betwixt Aberdeen and Stonehaven, accused of Horse-stealing, ABSCONDED lately; In order that he may be brought to justice,

A REWARD OF FIVE GUINEAS

is offered to any Person who shall apprehend and incarcerate him.  - The said Reward to be paid by the Procurator-Fiscal of Kincardineshire.

Anderson, alias Clark, as he sometimes assumes the one name, and at other times, the other, is a middle-sized man, with a full round face; had upon him when he committed the theft, a short Dark Blue Coat; a Dark Waistcoat; New Boots, with Nankeen Overalls.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 5th January 1814.

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