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Boston News-Letter
Boston News-Letter
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Description: Reward Offered for Indian Man Named Isaac PUMMATICK Who Deserted Her Majesties Service.

Date: December 10 1705

Newspaper published in: Boston, MA

Lately deserted Her Majesties service in the Province of Main, an Indian man (under the Command of Cap. Joseph BROWN) named Isaac PUMMATICK, was seen at Newbury, in company with the above runaway negro; he is a short fellow not very thick, speaks good English, he liv'd formerly with Mr. Samuel THACKSTER of Hingham; he has on English cloaths, a sad coloured old coat, or else a new light coloured drugget coat, with buttons, holes and lining of black, black breeches, gray yarn stockings, a black hat almost new. Whosoever shall apprehend said Indian, & him convey to his said Captain, or to Andrew BELCHER, Esqr. at Boston, shall have a sufficient reward besides his charges.

Submitted: 02/22/09

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