Raleigh Register and North Carolina Weekly Advertiser, November 19, 1824

Ten Dollars Reward.

RAN-AWAY from the subscriber on the 8th of October last, a Negro Woman, by the name of DOLLY, a tall stout black wench, her right eye very much injured, between twenty-five and thirty years of age, a scar over one of her eyes, she is a very thin visage.  She says she was raised near Murfreesborough, and brought from Northampton, by George Brooks; it is thought she will try to get back to her old range.  I will give the above reward for the apprehension of said negro, if lodged in any jail, so that I get her again.

ANDREW POLK.

      Anson county, N.C. Nov. 7, 1824.