Boxford Association Aug. 29. 1791.

The Ipswich Journal
03 September 1791

Whereas some evil disposed Person or Persons did, on Sunday night last, or early on Monday morning, rob Mr. CARR's Garden, in Boxford, of FRUIT, and stripped one tree in particular of between Four and Five Score of remarkable large very fine Peaches, and did other considerable damage. Whoever will discover the person or persons who committed the said offences, so that he or they may be apprehended and punished, shall receive a reward of ONE GUINEA of the said Mr. Carr, over and above what will be paid by the said Association, of which he is a member.
THO CLUBBE, Agent and Treasurer.