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.