Thirty Dollars Reward ESCAPED from Fairfield county Goal, a negro Man, called AN- THONY, committed for a rape; he is about 5 feet 9 inches high, is said to have some Indian blood in him, his hair rather longer and more straight than is common for negroes; had on when he went away a short blue coat, and strip- ed racket and blue browsers; has a wife and children. Whoever will take up and return said negro man to said gaol, or secure him in any other gaol, that he may be brought to justice, shall be en- titled to the above reward. He made his escape about 7 o'clock, P.M. on the 18th inst. ELIJAH ABEL, Sheriff. Fairfield, March 19, 1798. N.B. The above described negro has been at work about 20 days past with squire Reynolds, of Beekman town, at which place he was taken on Friday evening, the 27th inst. by the subscriber and conveyed to the outward door of the court-house, in Poughkeepsie, from whence he made his escape, and has since been seen lurking about the neigh- bourhood of New-Hackinsack : he is brother to one Morris, who was lately an attendant at Williams' Hotel, and very much like him. Whoever will apprehend him and secure him in gaol shall receive three dollars in addition to the above reward, from Haimah Jewel, Constable. Fishkill, April 30, 1798.