Jan 13, 1763 The Pennsylvania Gazette.Five pounds reward.. Run away from New castle, a Servant man, named John Adair, about five Feet ten Inches high, born in Ireland, and came over (as a redemption servant ?) with Capt. Osborn (ship "Rainbow" ) this last Fall: Had on when he went away, a grey Frize Surtoot Coat, with a long Tail, yellow carved Buttons, and double frogged Button Holes, blue Jacket, old Leather Breeches, white Thread Stockings, and old Shoes,with black rusty Steel Buckles; and took with him three Shirts, two were white, the other brown, and a Pair of Breeches made Trowsers.
He is likely, of a fresh colour, fair faced, and fair long Hair, tied behind, and is very remarkable for a great Deal of short curled Hair under the other. Whoever takes up said Servant, and secures him in any Goal, so as his Master may have him again, shall have Reward, paid by me James McConnell. -------- Philadelphia, Dec 2, 1762.Forty shillings Reward. Run away on the 14th of last Month, from the Subscriber, George Frizell, about 19 Years of Age. He came over in the Ship Rainbow, Capt. Osborne, from Ireland, on Redemption.Reward will be paid by James Hunter. ------------- 33779....23 July 1762. col.3 (Ship) Rainbow Osburn,William/Capt. commander Skerries road New Castle Philadelphia. notice. [woodcut: ship in sail]
33799 3 Aug. 1762..col.3 Rainbow Osburn,Capt. commander Skerries Portrush New Castle Philadelphia . Colerain 30 July. [woodcut: ship in sail].