Enslaved Negro of Isaac Duckett, Prince George's County, Maryland
National Intelligencer, January 19, 1814
100 DOLLARS REWARD. 
Absconded, Dec. 26th, 1813, from the subscriber's farm, Prince Georges [sic] County, Md near Queen Anne, about 22 years old, very small for his age, perhaps not more than four feet six feet high, strong and active, stout legs, dark mottled skin; had on, when he absconded, round-a bout [sic] and pantaloons of country made cloth, cotton work and wall fitting, slightly fulled and died [sic], apparently brown or mixed, the warp not taking the die [sic] and the yarn apparently brown, coarse shoes and stockings. James has been accustomed to house-work, and is an excellent later.
The above reward will be given for securing said negro in any gaol so that I get him again.
Dec 28 eoptf 
 one dollar in 2010 equaled approx. $10.344 in 1814. http://mykindred.com/cloud/TX/Documents/dollar/index.php?cyear=2010
 Daily National Intelligencer; Date: 01-19-1814; Volume: II; Issue: 327; Page: ; Location: Washington (DC), District of Columbia.
Transcribed by John Peter Thompson. January 19th, 2014.