Transcription: ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD. LAST night escaped from the subscribers with whom they were permitted to work in Hartford, MICHAEL MURREY and JOHN SCOVEL both prisoners of war. Said Murry is a short thick set fellow, about 5 feet 6 inches high, dark complexion, small eyes, short curl'd black hair: had on a dark brown out side jacket, short under vest and overhalls of the same kind, an old beaver hat, small brim'd, old check shirt much torn, is about 20 years of age, a native of Ireland. Sovel is a short thick set fellow, about 5 feet 6 inches high, light complexion, large white eyes, short strait brown hair; had on an old outside vest very much torn, short under vest both lightish brown, a pair of corduroy breeches, old shoes, a pair of mixt blue and white cotton stockings, an old coarse white shirt, small round hat, was born near Horseneck. Whoever will take up and confine said prisoners or send them to the goal in Hartford, shall have 50 dollars for each. ELIAKIM FISH. STEPHEM AUSTIN. Hartford, May 15, 1780.