John Bland, aged 38 or 39 years, born in Centre county, Pennsylvania, was bound an apprentice to a Mr. Sutherland, a tailor, in Washington, Ky. In 1815 or 1816—and was afterwards apprenticed to a cabinet maker named Reed or Reedea, in Augusta, Ky. He left Augusta in 1818 or 1819—and descended the Ohio river; since which time, his father has hird no tidings of him. Any information respecting him, will be thankfully received by his aged parents, directed to Vevay, Indiana.
Jefferson township, June 17.
All persons are forbid harboring my wife ELIZABETH BOWMAN, or trusting her on my account, as I will prosecute them for harboring her, and not pay any debts of her contracting after this date—she having left my bed and board without any cause.
Posey township, June 29, 1832
Those persons who assisted to plunder my house in my absence, will hear from me again when the Grand Jury of our county is in session.