Transcription: Fairfield, October 11, 1766. IN the Night following the 10th of this Instant, broke out of the Goal in Fairfield, Isaac Fraser, committed for Burglary, and one Silas Palmer, of Greenwich in the county of Fairfield, committed for a riot. Said Palmer is a small man with short brown hair. Likewise two Indians, viz. Henry Tomet and Samuel Cheree, committed for very high crimes and misdemeanours. Whosoever shall take up, secure and deliver all or either of said prisoners to the keeper of the goal in Fairfield, shall have a reasonable reward, paid by Hezekiah Fitch, Sheriff of the county of Fairfield.