Oct. 21, 1766

A bright bay horse from Chellowe strayed
Last spring and rambled (God knows where)
Whose hinder parts are white whose Head
Is decorated with a Star
He bears on his sinister Thigh
Ή is in his seventh Year
About four feet eight Inches High
With Spirit trots and draws a Chair.
Whoe’er conveys the Nag to Chellowe
I’ll well reward and make him mellow

The Advertisement in the last Page
answered by Ch: May

If I cou’d find your Horse
I’d bring him soon To Chellowe;
Not, Sir, to swell my Purse–
But serve an honest Fellow.