16 November 2014

Reward for the apprehension of John Ogg


WHEREAS upon the night betwixt the 8th and 9th days of November current, the DEAD BODY of a WOMAN was taken out of its Grave, and feloniously carried off from the Church-Yard of this City; - And Whereas there is reason to suspect that JOHN OGG, Student of Medicine in Aberdeen, was implicated therein,
is hereby offered to any person or persons who shall give such information as may lead to the apprehending of the said JOHN OGG; to be paid by Alexander Cadenhead, Advocate in Aberdeen, Procurator Fiscal of this city and liberties, on the said John Ogg's being so apprehended.

Council-Chamber, Aberdeen, 15th Nov. 1814.

Published in the Aberdeen Journal, Wednesday 16th November 1814.

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