RUN-AWAY from the subscribers living at Lower Salem in West- chester County and State of New York, on the night of the 8th instant, two Ne- gro men, one about thirty-five years of age, five feet two or three inches high, thick set, broad across the shoulders, very crooked legs his knees bending outwards, had with him two coats, one a dark brown, the other a short blue, something worn, a short sailors vest with sleeves, two pair of leather breeches, three pair of stockings, two woolen shirts, one butternut colored the other blue and white check, an old bearskin great-coat, and a new felt hat. The other about twenty-six years of age, had on when he went away, a blue broad-cloth coat, and had with him a black durant vest and breeches, a gray over jacket with sleeves, and two brown homespun underjackets; a new pair of woolen breeches dark brown, with ap- pletree buttons, a pair of white ribed and a pair of blue and white stockings, a woolen check shirt, two pair of shoes one of them almost new, the other old, a pair of square copper buckles, and a bearskin great-coat about half worn; the said Negro talks but very little, is named Seasor, about six feet high, well set, smooth faced, and has a very long foot; the first mentioned is named Sam, and talks a great deal. Whoever takes up said Negroes and secures them so that their said masters may get them again, shall be entitled to the above re- ward, and all reasonable charges paid by the subscribers. It is suspected they have gone to Vermont. Abraham Todd. Oliver Todd. April 9th, 1787.