Ten Pounds Reward. Stolen – A Bay Mare..
A good example. Slight loss and minor fraying of lower margin but text unaffected
Greenwich 1830, Helyer, Printer, (Minerva Office) London Street, Greenwich, where Bills relating to Robberies, Losses, etc. are printed with all possible dispatch.,
Stolen from out of a marsh in woolwich road, on the morning of the 2nd instant, a bay mare, aged 5 years, about fifteen hands high, two white legs behind, and the off leg before white, with a white blaze down her face, a speck on the near knee, had a long bushy tail when stolen, and is a remarkably round barrelled neat mare. whoever will give information to mr. farmer, streights mouth, greenwich, shall receive a reward of ten pounds, on the conviction of the offender. greenwich, june 2nd, 1830.
Broadside, 9 x 11 inches, printed one side as issued.
The interesting use of typography brings attention to this rare broadside, few of which, by their very nature, survive.
[Stock No. 18309]