Transcription: TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. STOLEN from the subscriber, one blew cloath […], wings lined, with green blew mohair buttons, except under the arms, those are yellow: one blanket sutout coat rather larger than a middling size, bound with light brown serreting, three sets of strings to tie it with, a cap also, a green [...] silk vest, two linen shirts, one white, the other checkt, one black silk handkerchief, one linen do. white except the edges, which are red, and a caster hat about half worn, supposed to be stolen by two soldiers belonging to Col. Jackson's Regmt. General Stark's brigade, who was some time barrackt in the house and deserted from the regiment on the 5th instant. Said soldiers names are JESSE PERCE, and NATHAN BARNEY formerly belonging at or near Providence, State of Rhode Island. Whoever will return said theif or thieves and articles, shall receive the above reward, and all necessary charges , and for the articles only one hundred dollars, and in that proportion for any part, by JAMES CLARK. Danbury, Dec. 8, 1779.