Wednesday November 5, 1828
Volume 1 No. 36
Page 3 Col. 5b
Another racer gone to the Poney (sic) Club Carroll County, Georgia, or to some other place of similar distinction. On Tuesday or Wednesday last was taken without my leave, a small dark chesnut (sic) sorrel Mare, blazed face, all feet white, her fore legs white nearly to the knees, bare-footed all round, and rather wild when handled by a stranger particularly and mane very short, owing to her having the Lampers.
There is some reason to suspect a lurking kind of white man, who left
this place about that time on his way to Marion Co.Ten. or Jackson Co. Alabama.
Friends to the suppression of such villainy, are earnestly requested in all
the adjacent states, to keep a sharp look out. I will give ten dollars
for the delivery of the thief & mare to me at this place, or five for the
mare alone if caught in the Nation.
ISAAC H. HARRIS.
Nov. 5th 1828.