Transcription: FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD. RUN-away from John S. Glen, of Schenectady, in November last, a Mulatto Negro named YAT, about 26 years old, about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high; had on an old grey coat, old blue jacket, check'd woolen shirt; is a good fiddler, he fiddles very well right handed, but naturally is left handed; he is a good waggoner, and understands to drive horses, slay or waggon, and whips the horses left handed; he cuts wood right handed, when he eats or drives a nail with one hand it is done left handed; speaks good English and low Dutch, can spell one and two syllables tolerably well; it is supposed he will try to go to sea. All masters of vessels are forewarned not to carry him off on the penalty of the law; he has been runaway before 6th of August 1805 to Middletown, near Hartford, where he was taken and brought back to his master. It is supposed he is gone to the same place or near there, as he told his friends he was engaged to have a wife there. It is supposed he has altered his name, he altered it before to Charles; he is inclined to drinking and fiddling, and was seen on the road to Hartford. He has taken from his master about twenty dollars in cash. Any person that will secure him and put him in gaol and give information to his master, shall have Twenty Dollars reward, and if they bring him home Fifty Dollars. He is a full faced slave, straight, likely and well made, very handy at carpenters work. JOHN S. GLEN. City of Schenectady, 13 Aug. 1807.