The Columbian Museum & Savannah Advertiser, Friday, February 8, 1799, Page Four
20 Dollars Reward
Runaway on the 28th December last, from the subscribers Plantation, in St. Luke’s Parish, South Carolina, a Negro fellow, about 30 years of age, is of a yellow complexion, a little pock pitted in the face, about 5 feet 10 or 11 inches high, very well made, had on when he went away, a blue coat, white breeches or overalls, is country born and speaks well, being very sensible. He was purchased from Judge Heyward, his name is Frank, probably may alter his name. The above reward will be paid, and all reasonable charges, for his safe delivery, either in Savannah Goal, or giving information to the Printers hereof, or at my plantation on the Oahacees, South Carolina.
Thomas W. Seabrook