WHEREAS William Slavin, who was indented Apprentice to Edward Cooper, of Cooper-Hill in the Queen's County, ran away from his Master on the 19th inst. without any Provocation, having some Months of his Time to serve. Said Edward Cooper hereby cautions all Persons not to entertain said Slavin, or employ him in any Manner of Work, as he is determined to punish any such Person as far as the Law will allow. Said Slavin is about 5 Feet high, of a dark Complexion, marked with the small Pox,a small mark like the Evil under his right Jaw, and of a broad Make.

Dublin (Ireland) Journal, June 22, 1765.