Ten Dollars reward. RANAWAY on the 25th of June, a NEGROMAN named JAMES thirty years old or thereabouts, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, a real black, this country born, a full smooth face, and speaks good English. he had on when he went away a short[sa- gathee] coat a light color, [thickset] breeches, and took with him both shoes and boots, with sundry other wearing apparel: he can both read and write, and is naturally fond of reading; and it is very probable that he has written for himself a pass or discharge, and has very likely altered his name. Whoever shall apprehend the said negro and return him to the subscriber, or secure him in any gaol so that he is had again, shall received the above reward, and all reasonable charges paid by the subscriber. JOHN MARSH Woodbridge, (N.J.) July 3, 1797.