Joseph Blinn and Edward Price
Middletown, June 5, 1760. DESERTED his Majesty's Service, from the Company under my Command, in Gen. Lyman's Regiment, a Soldier, named Joseph Blinn, about 35 Years of Age, 5 Feet 10 Inches high, round shoulder'd, thin visag'd, sandy complexion, he pretended to belong to Weathersfield; also Jonathan Blinn, of the same Town, whom my Lieutenant inlisted; since supposed to be the above Joseph; And also Edward Price, who deserted the 4th Inst. about 25 Years of Age, 5 Feet 6 Inches high, well built, full fac'd, round shoulder'd, red complexion, with a Scar on one Side of his face; had on when he went away, a black Wig, red Waistcoat without Sleeves, check'd shirts, and a Pair of old Oznabrig Trowsers, with a Blanket and Knapsack. - Whoever take up either of the above Deserters, and conveys him or them to me, or commits them to any of his Majesty's Goals, in this Colony, shall have a Reward of Five Dollars each, paid by TIMOTHY HIERLIHY, Capt.
Timothy Hierlihy, advertisement for Joseph Blinn and Edward Price, New-London Summary, June 13, 1760, accessed February 1, 2023, https://digitalhistories.ga/runawayct/items/show/5391.