- "American and Commercial Daily Advertiser Newspaper"
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American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1805-10-23, Pg 1
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1805-10-25, Pg 1
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1805-10-26, Pg 1
Last night was stolen out of one of the rooms in the Indian King tavern, in Water-street, and English plain gold Watch, single case, with old fashined face, and the case remarkably thick.
Watch-makers or others are requested to stop such watch, if presented to them under suspicious icrcumstances. A handsome reward will be given if its return to the subscribers is effected.
KERNS & SPECK.
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1811-04-15, Pg 1
The Livery Stables attached to the Indian King tavern and Cheapside hotel, on very reasonable terms. The proprietor will also let the large and commodius Billiard room on very accommodating terms. Apply at No. 2, Water-street, where Genteel Boarders can be accomodated by the day, week, month or year, on satisfactory terms.
Elijah R. Sinners.
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1813-05-31, Pg 3
Fifty Dollars Reward.
Ranaway from the subscriber on the 23d April last, a Negro Boy named Nace Peach, about 14 or 15 years of agem stout and well made, rather bow legged, a pleasant countenance when spoken to, a free delivery of speech, and ready witted, he has a large scar or lump on his right hip, and another on the same leg, just below the knee, occasioned by a burn. Had on when he went away, a tow linen shirt and trowsers, a dark coloured cotton kersey jacket, an old wool hat. The above reward will be given if taken out of this state, or thirty dollars if taken thirty miles from this city, or twenty dollars if taken in this city, and brought home or lodged in jail so that I get him again. He was raised in Prince George's county. I purchased him from Robert McGill in the year 1810.
Living near St. Mary's College, on Reisterstown Turnpike Road.
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1814-01-17, Pg 3
Fifty Dollars Reward.
Ran away from the subscriber, on Thursday 6th inst a Negro Boy named NACE PEACH, about 15 years of age,stout made, rather bow legged, pleasing countenance, and ready witted; has a large scar and lumps on the right hip, by the tear of a nail, a scare on the same leg, below the knee, from a burn. Had on when he went away, a new tow linen shirt, blue trowsers much worn, a cotton kersey jacket, patched with gray cloth, shows newly soled.--The said boy is well known in the city, as a milk carrier. The above reward will be given, if taken out of this state, or 30 dollars if taken 35 miles from the city--if taken in the city 15 dollars.
ALEXANDER FORSYTH, Senr
Near St. Mary's College
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1818-07-14, Pg 4
American and Commercial Daily Advertiser, 1818-07-18, Pg 4
W. Garner, formerly of Alexandria, having entered upon that
Old Established Stand,
In the neighborhood of the shipping and mercantile interest, and of the principal public institutions, respectfully solicits a continuation of the patronage of from 20 to 30 permanent Boarders, as well as merchants and travellers in general arriving in Baltimore.
Garner is aware that professions alone would but ill requite those who may, from the eligibiliy of the stand, resort to it; and he will, therefore, only assure his customers, that his unremitting attention to the providing every delicacy this bountiful market affords, together with a well stocked cellar of
Choice Wines and Liquors,
shall be constantly provided; and aided by sober and attentive waiters, the well known reputation of the house shall not deteriorate under his superintendance.