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,
A REWARD OF TEN GUINEAS
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.