Kentish Gazette, Canterbury, Kent, 3, 6 May 1808
"TEN GUINEAS REWARD.
WHEREAS JOHN HENRY SACKETT left Mr. Harvey's, the Parsonage-House, Woodnesborough, near Sandwich, Kent, on the 22d of April, 1808; he is about 20 years of age, five feet nine inches high, dark complexion, with short dark hair; had on a new hat, corderoy jacket and breches, short boots and brown gaiters; it is supposed he is either drowned, or on board one of his Majesty's ships or cutters; he is much afflicted with fits, which renders him totally unfit for that service:—Any person giving an account where he may be found, and returned to his friends, shall receive the above Reward,—Address to Mr. Harvey as above; or Henry Sackett, No. 20, Kennington-Green, Surry [sic].