Belfast News-Letter, 7 February 1800
Submitted by dja
|CAUTION TO ORANGEMEN
|Not to associate with SAMUEL BLACK,
late of No 316, Coleraine, he being expelled for improper Conduct from that, and
all other Orange Societies for ever.
|Signed by Order of the District Master
||JAMES M'ILWAIN, Sec
|Feb 5, 1800
|DESCRIPTION OF ARCHER
|THOMAS ARCHER, for whose
Apprehension a — Reward of ONE HUNDRED
POUNDS is offered is a Deserter from the Antrim Militia
— about 5 Feet 6 Inches high — Dark Complexion — Black Hair — Gray Eyes
— Smooth- faced — rather Slender — by Trade a Shoemaker — has a long
Chin — marked with Small Pox a little, and not very deeply.
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