Group Title: Bahama gazette (1784)
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Title: The Bahama gazette
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Publisher: Printed by John Wells
Place of Publication: Nassau
Publication Date: October 1, 1785
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Issuing Body: Printed Nov. 5, 1799-Feb. 14, 1800 by the friends of John Wells for the benefit of his heirs; Feb. 18, 1800- by Joseph Eve.
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1izul ADDICTS MiARiir 01 4iUA MlAONTR4 Hor.


*Ino SAki"KJ3.AYD OC TOEr. 1, to A11U119AY, Obtoiui of 1785.


NASSAU: Printed by Jonx WELLS, at the Printi .nOffice on the BA'.
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OIt P thanel Muse Capilta
B nlstoa Saidia San Pereino, Don ran -
RiU Maitre de na m Saetta, Do Juan
SSa.~- egundo Piloto. con li legalida
a ponen.puOntaalente todo to acontcide
ld asufragio, quc hema padeciddo y as le
lendo alide el dia iente y Sfete de Agotto
t crto de la Havana, para la ciudad .de Cadi,
iet y uno del mithomes, a Iar onis de b
Sfentimos que cl barco bavia tocadOe
'yimediatameate fe hire I maniobra de
por abantc a lo quc no quifo obedeccr pr
efcupido et Timong y guedar cateramentr
lo en la Cabca. de f Martire, biendonos
aite cfltdo determiaaino plear el Palo maiori
nana con el fin de que no fe a briee la barcas
Ucta conformidad .* 1 maatubimas hafta e
jlsef r a cuia )ora haflandonos con iuncve pica
qua en la bodega y temiendo no fe abriciec
laps y pcrepidemos miferablemente difpuflmo
swerno a a tierra ms ynmediata, para culls f
krchola .ancha, y bote al agut, embarcandofe
ala LJanha el Capltan Maetre, una Pafagera,
cmtorzc Marineros, qucdandofe al cuidado de
dtada Saetia el Segundo Piloto con el Contra
titrey dos Marinuros. Alas dies de la manana
Id raferdo dia logramos cojcr un Cayo de mang*
a y agu ta litrolf, cl qual Cayeconfioa con la
ntdia dc Cayo Largo ; bcriicado cl defembar-
dle la geinte, y el Macftre en fu compafl
ia dos facos de pans y con la poca ropa quL
aqul udo faairvr, costenida en unos panueo
iy t mifmo la plata que pudo falvarfe, con.
a1dtoo eto reflvieron cl Capitan y Macftre'
cla rcfcrjda Lancha fe debolvief a la Saetia en
iciltu del itgumdo Piloto, Contra Maftre, Ma-
n ais, valg erc gurl er ua para la Subl tef-
ci de I gentBn cuio tanht halandoe a
thdlu camino io a (gente rendida ya de remaL
AiParon por cl Norde dos Goletas uno como
kia y media dcdifalncia, y la otra a una vilta
cI orizonte; cosfdctnaftraciones baftantcmente
taarmnni-ltamed a la Ooleta mai ymnediata
nabrada la Cm ler, fu Capitan Griffiths, qu
dI fe havia a imado a nofotros, la extreme
mlidad tn quba haallabamos, pero eta faltan.
SAias Icye, a humanidad, fe defentendio de
l5trlasfcnalcn quales D ofrecian dud algunart
isluir"i reperidas, y bftantement individuals.
!rYaedi.ramente que c exprefido Capitan de Is
Golt-a la zel icconocio nueftrais nales biro
k bordo, j1. de adar fondo, coma un cable y
alio dc leca, poco dcfpues de haver cape.
tientado efta rania de la primer Goleta, f
acco la fegun a Ia la qual fe hiieron Ias mifmir
Idnlc, que aantecdente caGB Qo0letwaymel
ditamente qa i comprehendio f nos reconoci*
mibo fobre n ras y tntonces berbalmente IC
1iunoas los Pcligros en que nos hallabamos
t"Oapitan Benchem Joaquan, condoliendofe
altrs deigraciA nos admittieoa fu bordo, ai1
lino probeyo aCapitan de la referida Sactia de
jP, an fraico d romo y Iu bate part qte cog
dsieft efe foco,- a los etxfiten cn en c meq5
SMdloCayo qu a fe hallaban fumamente fati
de Ia fed, f pute de recibia efte focoro
lytio el Capit 'd la Saetia al referido Cayn
tfaiendole pr 'ramentc al Capitan Benchem
oitn fe acr a bordo de la Saetia con anef.
tsMarineros nian en la Lancha, eaceptuaL.
*nwque fuer ctn mi compania; a fl miftnoto
ll a la genti de mi tripulacion no per.
fe acercale barco alguno a la Sactia en
on de no hallare efta defamparada.
a'Z.do Ilegado el Capitan aI referido Cayo
oip al Maeftre y demas gentse s proportion.
Ia hallad ara .tranfportarfe a puerto de
-. eato; ynonciado el Maeftre de efto da-
'itaopitar ir do de la Ooleta, refpcdto de
*ptihlend ti pdel ydioma Britanico, y Ilegat%
A g cl l ia oleta Nanle Ie propofu rs
,.- de not conduciefc at puerto de Pro-
tl o tension d. recover lo que pudiefe.
d' 1* rga de It cprfcada SatCt.
6*,la S0 ptcmbrc nom mabuecamo a I(a


felaGla feuio Ia drra a et


iferida Ooleta, y feguimt h derot a rte poer-
to n done hem legado con feiidad.
Do n Juan mon Sans declare tambie en par-
tlculu, qtoe bIavenioquedado abordo de t Saetia
par lreCgardon de lla, y biendo c acercaba
a Lancha, determine con tos que havian quedado
abordo, tebarcarfe cn el bote y pa r al Cayo, lo
qual verico fin haver vlto Goleta alguna hati,
quc fe hello protimo-a tierra, em cuta virtud fi6
euro bacer dilijencia de dicha Ooleta refpedo
a hallarfe l adelantada la Lanchb, y fer cmbar-
eacla de mae rcitencla. '.
Declaran los Marie ros Francifco Recobado, y
Juande Ia Orriaga que elando abordo de la Oolet
Nanfe, bleron qucel bote de I Goleta la Cruzer,
fe defatracaba de it Saetia, en efta fupoScion fe
embarcaron en nue tra .Latcha, pars ympedir el
faqueo que havian echo los de Is Golet a la Cruzer
effelitimente lo ejecutaron quittandoles dot fur-
onect de tabacode polvo, y trees caxas chicas de
azucar, todo la qual conduaeron a a Goleta del
Capitan Benchem Joaquin. Efta Declaraton, a-
credita batantemcute la malicia del Chpitan
Oriffith.
BAIAMA IsLaI S,
Niw-PaotlDINCE. s
Don Pedro Manuel Mofquera, Captain and Pilot
of the polacre Saint Peregrino, Don Frinclfco
Rivac, Maetr and Supercargo ofthe fall polacre,
Ilnd Don Juan Ramon fans, second Pilot, and
Francifco Rocobado and Juin de Ia Orriaga, two
Sailors of the raid polatre, feverally haike oath and
thy, that the contents of the proceeding Declara
tionare true. according to their refpelitce know-
ledge and belief.-
PEDRO MANUEL MOSQITERA,
1 IRANCISCO DE RIBA,
JUAN RAMON SANZ,
TRANCISCO DE RUCARAO,
,.. JUAN DE LA ORRIAGA.
Swusr t af in rew- Previdmef,
this l6th ey of SIeatmkw, 9I28,
MICHAnL Onarr, Alifiant Judge.
TRANSLATIO' N.
Don Pedro Manuel Mofqcura, Captainand Pilot
of the Settee Saint Peregrino, Don Francifco Ri-'
vas, Maftcrand Supercargo of faid Settee, and
Don Juan Ramon Sanz second Pilot, do in due
11rm, declare that the following Is a punctual
Narrative of the Shipwreck they fuffered.
Having failed from the Havana the i7th of Au-
gut for the cityof Cadil, on the j3ft of faid
month, at cleveif the clock at night, we felt that
the vefel touched,' and immediately we endea-
voured to put her about, but could not, the veflel,
having loft her rudder and being fault aronul on
the head of the Martyrs. Seeing ourfelves in this
situation, re cut away the main and fore mafts,
Ip the end that the vecfel might not (plit afunder.s
"m this condition we continued till daylight, whg
we found nine feet water in the hold, and fearie
that the vcrl. Should (plit,, and that we mitp
miferablyperifh we concluded to go to the near-
et land for which purpotf we put thelaunchand
mall boat into the water, and the Captain, Super
cargo, a Lady paffengcr, with fourteen Sailors,
embarked In the launch, leaving on board to
guard the frtfaid Settee, the Cfcond Pilot, Boat.
twain, and two Sailors. At ten in the forenoon of
kLe fame day, We got to a Key. whereon was
nothing but mnBgrov and bracklit water, which
Key borders on the middle of Caq Largo. Having
difembarked the People and the Supertlrgo with
two bagp of bread and the fall quantiny of
cloaths that each could fave contained in their
handkerchiefs, as alfothg liver, that could be
faved, th Captain and Supercargo resolved that
the launch mould .return to the Settee to bring
the second Pilot and Sailors, and ire proviAot
ind water far the people's fublltence. When th
re about half w te.people apot tired with
ro.in&s tey 6am tAe ltheoen to the North.
ward, O3 ault k1 a l di c theI
(Hc~~db~<-kw~kcr~aauetc


ontrationwe made Sfgal tothe neatre fchoo.
aer named the Crulser, Cat. Griffith, (that had
thea come near to *u of the extreme necefm t
we tM in boHhey h g add of humanity, took
no iceh four nfiuh. wthu e bad no doqbt
of their king enb them. e accordingly e.
heated thm Individually, but Immedatey tit
The Captain of the Cruier observed them. i
tacked and went to anchor about a cable and a
half distance from the Settee. Shortly after ha.
ing experience the crulty of thl frft (choonrr
the second came near, to whichlwe made th
fame gnalt, which as foon as they comprehended
bore down to no, when we verbally expreffed to
hemthm he danger we were in. Captain Benmiaha
Watkins condoled our isfortune, and received ua
p board his veflel and alfo gave to the Captai
of the Settee fume water, a Silk of rum, and his
boat to carry this fuccor to thofe on the forefad
Key, who were fufiring greatly hy thirty. When
the Captaino of the Settee had received thorf re.
freAhments he went to the Key, hut fir dcnred
Captain 1ainrala Watkins to approach as near
as podfbleWthe Settee, with the Sailors that came
in the Launch, exceptt two that went with him)
"and atoe charged his Ship's crew not to ormit
anyrvell to to alongside the Settee, on this fuppo
OFion that the was not abandoned. When the
Captain arrived at the forefaid Key, he partici.
pated with the Supercargo and people, a propo
tion of what he had, and acquainted them tat he
mightbe transported to a place of fafety. On recent
ving this information, the Supercargo determined
to go on hoard the Schooner, though he did not
comprehend the Britifh enftoms or language, and
on his arrival on hoard the fchnnner lancy in the
eCening he propofet to the Paptaln ef her to con-
dud them to the Ifland of New-Providrnce, with
intention to ret as much as pffible of the ca-o
of the Foreahid Settee., On the sd day of Septem
her, we embarked in the faid Schooner. and pro..
needed to this part, where we arrived happily.
Don Juan Ramon San particularly tealres
that having remained on board the Settee as a
ouard, and he feeing the Launch approaching
from the diore, determined with thote mee that
were with him to embark in the fall boat and go
to the Key, and in his way did not fee any or
either of the Schooners until he was near the
land I for which reason he did not go on board t: f
Schooner by wh;ch the Launch might have been
Torwarded, and be a .efetl of more force and re.
ftance.
Francifeo Roedbado and Joan de la Orrfaga
sailors, declare that being on board the Schooner
Naney, therfawjhe Schooner Cruier's baet on
from alongside of the Settee, when immediately
they embarked in their Launch and went wit
tent to take from the Cruiser'sboat what they
(ld taken from the Settee, they effieually put
'their intent In execution by taking from them two
ferrons of fnuff and three fMall dhets of fAgar,
all which they brought to Capt. Watkins's Schoo-
ner. This declaration teAi etfukicienty the m
lice of Capt. Grifflith. -
! ON Pedro Manuel Mofuera Capita y PI.
K loto de l Saeta an Peregrino perdda
ih Cairea de lee Mairtlf, Franeciko Rocabao
Junsde Ilatsrdga, Jofef Marit Mofquera v Jua
Santigo,W Madaros de la mimna Saetia, henm
So, Gas O etta, I Declaratio del Capltas
Otl th tree Marinero de (f tripoilo qua
entire aILneb. qusano ibena panbn, y 1
0oldt, havia un artecife de pled y.L e
vi- motibo de ao havernos do a go
fto didcmo que no havih tal rWci e h
nmuy agent de verdade, qut el ditoCaplta
Griffith y fua marineros daeni So for mala In
tendon, que tenlt, porqerefe pruecha e lea
Ltftos que tena a Saeetitsy djro prcer
eom Ia ac rea, ean a h Wo que mhi a
apitan enoama Walkies, edicirle mon re
atlsad, fitiswdo Mo quenO deMjalque e ert
baa B roecr(= detndo Ra u que teuilt IS a
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tubIan Oet dd itmN WaiUa bamldo p r' te (whichthey could not pone faO the Kt)0:8
'us egr a y reeoSe era arib, (o.bre allif ome other ecefarle, t e depmest ant,.e
akrot t o aecdlA ta. .nbi mentira del Wain WRting, kft him the fIt ehooar fa e.
Cptarln orifmt, y faTli ibtetb a tlo todo dto e at, in which the faid Spanlh maer and twabo
dlilmos far cierto, y lojur5salo f.gunu l4 a his frames went to the fid Key, hodI prna.ou.y
degrcho, gfamatots. 7y rac .olo rbtn w u lied By the drouent ; ;a I W akin.
unt ffi, m de .w ci of water a Ia of rum nibr the ul
eel tan At. a o,-. l p themfelvees gd tbole onthe. idKelI that with
th a u bo rd o, C7 1 bl a I la, tv d remaining eleven Spaniards, the faid Lchoenr
quttarlac a. .. o ei ed to the Laid Polacre, ans about
itA..u.I..,LA ". the cltck In the afternoon of the fameday,
nw-Potosta. '-ihord a near as convenient to the faid Polae,
The within amd )on Pedrp haiue .M1- hen the Spaniards got into their boat or launch,
quera Clptaidn -f the IPocte Salt Peretgrln, tent to the faid fchooner Cruizer, and too re-
Francifco Rocobado, John de Ia Orralga, Joe turned with three (mall boxe of fugar and two
Maria Mofquera, and John SantitUo, Seamen of acks of fhuff, but whether theytook thefame out
the rfid Polacre, feera.ly.ma oatO and lay, that bf the aid fchooser Ctiixer, or dut df her boat,
the Contents f the within wrttW DeclarAtion theft deponerts cannot fay and having put thbet
arejulf and true, according to their knowledge articles on board the faid fchooner Nancy, they.
'and belief. .-rquefted the deponent Benjamin Watkins to go
P PlRO MANUEL MOSQUERA. into the launch with them on hoard the fid
FRANCISCO ROCABOA, `silacre. And the deponents Benjamin Watkins
JUAN DE LA ORIUAGA, and James Downy, for themselves, fay, that they
JOSEF MARIA MOSQUIRA, went with the Spaniards on board the Laid Polacre,
UAN SAN rfAGO. and while there the faid Walter Griffith came on.
Swrms at JFos is Newu-Provinsti, der her bow, but the Spaniards ordered him away,
iia s2i 0l a f Seftwmle r, i85, *and would not let him crime on board, on which
tforen se he returned to his own fchooner ; that the dcpo-
MIcu %eI Graly, Affi ant Judge. nint Benjamin Watkins directed the deponent
7 A A N L A T 10I N. James Downy to represent and recommend to the
Don Pedro Manuel Mofquera, Captain and P Spaniards to let the faid Walter Griffith come on
lot of the Settee San Pergrino, that was loft dl aboard to work and fave as much of the cargo as
the head of the Martyrs, Francifco Recoboa, Joan 'ofible, to which they confnted; that the depo-
de Ia Orriaga, Joflf Maria Mofquera, and Juan nent Benjamin Watkins in his own boat, returned
Sartiago, Saors of the Settee, having fee in tthe on board the faid fchooner Nancy, and in his way
Oazette, a dteirion published by Oapt. Griffith hailed the faid Walter Olmith and defired him to
and three of the tailors belonging to his vcr el, come on board, with which he complied ; and the
that between our launch and his Ichoonq was a tppo.ents Benjamin Watkin.,, John Mackenzie,
reef or Ihoal, which prevented h;a coming to our and Jofeph Connop, for themselves fay, that upon
immediateaffiftance, and receiving s onboard hi the faid Walter Griffith coming on board the
fchooner I to this we answer, that their dccla a- (sid fchboner Nancy as aforefid, the deponent
tion is far from the truth, and that no fuch ree' ajniamin Watkins informed him, the faid Walter
fhoal existed between them and us, but their evil Grifilth, that he had, through the means of the faid
intentions towards us, to have its to peri and James Downy, (whom he had iif-d as an interp e.
make themfcelves nialers of what was on board tgr with the Spaniards) prevailed upon the Spa.
the Settee. His propofal to Capt. Benjamin Wat- niarda to permit him the fail Walter Griffith, to
kins to leave us, that they might take the whole go and work on board the faid Polacre, to which
f what as on board the Sotee, wiltaetanyr A n. r aofwerrd that he had already been to the fid
fon knowing it, is a farther confirmation f his Polacre, but had been refuifed ; he then declared
bafe intention. We alfo ay, that Capt. Watkins, that the SpAniards had no right to any thin in the
+vtfel coming in tle fame waters toward us and Polacre, as the was a wreck and he was the ffrt on
bearing down to i, without croffing or feri board of her, and faid if the people of the laid
reef, is a strongerr prn.of that Capt. Giiftith has rtnhooner Rtancy wou!d agree with his people,
worn to a lie. All this we'declare to be the truth, that none of the Spaniards shouldd come near thk.
fign, ratify and make oath to the fame, agreeable aid Polacre to which the aid Benjamin Watkins
to the Ciril Law, this lf of September, 8o. a ifwetedr tht lie could not do any fuch thing
We alfo declare that Capt. Griffith menced that he should consider himself a great villain to
Us, that he would cnt off our heads if we attempt. attempt any thing of the kind, and that he would
td togo on board his fchooner afWo prevent his people from joining then the faid
Watlter Griffith again declared that he had triabt
PAHLMA ISLADS.0, 1 If to every thing on board the faid Polacre-. h-
Ntw.Peaovncs. ) av the firft that was on board of her, ald that
BENJAMIN WATKITS of Naiha in the Laid the Spaniards were enemies that the faid Walter
I fland of New-Providence, Mariner and Maf- Gi ith returned qn board the faid fchooner.
ter of the fehooner Nancy, the property ofAuguf O uizer and about eight of the clock in the eve.
Itine Pico,of Naffau. aforefaid, Shopkeepet; John hg of the fame day, came again on board the
Mackenzie, mate of the faid fchooner, lofeph flid chooner Nancy, declared himfelf again in
Connop, John King and James Downy, teameir the fame manner as he had done in the afternoon
of the laid Schooner, fcverally make oath and ay, and-again faid if the people of the faid fchooner
Ihat they failed from Naffau aforefaid, in the Nancy would agree with his people that none of
faid schooner Nancy, on Sunday the aith C the Spaniards Ihould come near the aid Polacre,
of Augut laf pat I and about cight of the cloc r, words tothateffe ; to whic- he wasrawered
in the morning of Wednefday the 3il day of by the deponent Beniumin Watkins, as he had
Auguft atorefald, fell in with the cona of Eaft- hee in the afternoon. And the deponent
Florida, a little to the northward of the harbour BUnjamin Wattins, John Mackenzie, Joep
called Old Roads. that the faid fchooner ihet- Cotnop, John Kin and James Downy, farther
veered fouth and welt between the land and fy, that on Thonrday the il day of eptembcr
the obter reef of the Martyrs, following the di. infant, both of the faid lchooners Nancy and
ree course of another fchooner which there depo- C.'uizer took in their loadings from on board the
Dents had juf discovered at a dinlance of apout (fd Polacre, and in the evening of the ame da
three leagues, which tchooner afterwards Froh ,he faid fhooner Nancy went to the faid Key, took
to be the Cruiser, belonging to Mefr.. John u board a Spanilh Lady, a Merchant, and fome
Morris & Company, ol Naat aflorifaid, Mer- otbero; and the next morning, after taking rome
chants, and commanded y Walter Griffith; that water ot of the faid Placre, ailed for Na u
about ten of the clock of the me morning, they foraid, where the aid fchooner Nancy aricd
discovered a Polacre upon a ret m the coaft o. Wednefday the rth ofSeptember inant.
Laft Florida, and hnmediately proceeded with the %nd thref d. ponenta, Benjamin Watkins, John
almost dispatch towards the faid Polacre; that M. -kenzie, Jofcph Connop, John King, and
foon after and at about the distance of two miles James Downy, f 'erally and reeively father
off from the aid fchoonar Nancy, they Law a biLe ff L, that duotng the time the Laid chooner Nancy
which boat, according to the beft of their refp to lowed the course of the lid fchooner Cruiser,
tire judgments and belief, was not then more than Itie hearing down to. taking up the rid launch,
half a mile distant from thi laid (chooner Cruiser and caTrying herto the laid Plare, as aforefaid,
that the faid fchooner Cruiser tacked, food f6Sm they di not fee or discover any ree or oa
the boat, and went directly for the faid Polacre, watfoever, that could have rented r mpded
and come to anchor fome little distance from heri the faid schooner Cruier from taking up the
that upon the Lid Lchooner Crutier' tacking aqnl launch, if the Raid Waiter Griffith and ha people
ifanding from the Laid boat, the faid ictooner hadbeen deCfromui of l do it '
Nancy instantly bore down to her alfiftance, and )tNJAM IN WATKINS,
took about fourte e Spaniards on board, behg JON MACKENZIE
maer and others belonging to the faid Pola (Signed) GOSSPE CAN IPA
who eiprefed theufelves with much indignation ,JOHN KING,
and refeitment aaint the conduct of the Matter Te mark of t JAMIES DOWN
and Crew of the fald fchooner Cruier, tn not ta- Sw Orn M(1Nas in NuwPso-I de.
king them up, and i bearing away froth them tis af qf S pfrsak, 7h5e
to a Key where he had that morning left fome of s
bia palnaers adCIa, to Gar tlhem fa wi/ A*1-NT at S m


Krmr r said
tn brig at
C
ad ent m ".
ale. Capt. gdtS
rench (hip'. Crew, Mair
frost the wreck, sad
the Cape.
The frIooners Eliubeth
and Ietfey & Sally, Cats,
port, were cat away the.is
ifand. The Crews wereft
The fcheoner Swift. lir*str
for this port, was loft alt
and the Cred with iagat
fcLvels.
SThere ar. account.
tffererd very eoiderWt i
iSth of lal month.
DEATHS. Jong HALt"
Faf.IFlorlda-Mrs Ia ti
leny of the RoyahAti ry ,
AlttirV HM1R.
O%. 3. School. Hannah, ,T0Isid L
s. Sloop Tiger, tMortam ,
rO 3. Sloop Sally, MicUlewante,
*0. T& extraordinary lygat
A .Ina.l, re. prrenwts seiar
Mfy I..rsta nt.Cowre Siearbi Wf
A/dren ; t/;,i *n.**. Tfiey /h1ara
.- -. "- iH
H I.i Itoniour .ieutenant-GOeenm'
Shaving thought prper by ie
order me to remain in thi Iprt. tllte
I hereby tive notice tn all lyalilAs the
ernhark for England in the Trannaif
orders, that the Signal for Sailing s
on Wedneflay morning on based the
transport, when thofe LoyalikU le
tend between the Hours of Nine 1i
day and the next, t, receive tidr
Ship they are to emba ,k i.
Lient. f Roei
Agent
NlGro, OH8er g, t18c.
y"TOTICIP IS HiERENT Odaiy


ail other of tke Baluma-tina,
Tjeir poirfllionir part of tkt
Ia Petite Nanfy, wrecked e m
are defired to gie anm account
to the Subfcriber, Agent fa t
others concerned, or to LMr.
Attorney here, on or before
October int. if in this Iol S
WAt oflEzuma, within r4
heteof, for what may remain
thole adjacent to it.
. hoeer maybe femad to
iid Cargo, or hating t t I .
gletng this public notice,
treated as the Law directs.
C. PBOIP
Nalau. Ob y, r sy s

At LrBL *o^ .
Win be RAFFLED i
LARGE BARREL ORGAN, 9
Repair, and in excellt t
at Undoam cak. BeaacsMts -







,*A-" -"i D,, .. ,' JUST M
Ns. S, c. EDWARD W the Brii Fa.zo,, ,, *m, rea
LkJabsomr-0siernow woul C In h Now-Yom
gui Cemasser*aOawrr ear N Cae"' N
Cikld uerr stho fid I, aler, AND TO B OL D.
rm AdMrl, dQrdi t f t. t. On C. *
PROCLAMATION y JOHN CH TIE,
Sa r WHEREAS it is Hll MaJeAy'ls his Iroals e 't T,
Royal Will and Pleaftsre, fig ui 'C ll B uhik toe.
fled by hie Inftruaioe barl A Qa tlny of PIno mald nd CEDAR
date at his Court at St Jimae SHINOLES.
the teeth dyof September t714 JUST IMPORTE.D,
that the Lands withinn his aidn Shi Ct. JoHT lI
P ahama.-Ilands, fallbe fureyed 5a Ship MLctfIr Cpt. JoHw Olslassn,
Lagdantd on thfollowlng condition that ti to from s oIop.
lay, That forty acre of land be grant&i every AND P9 A E,
erfon, being master a mitresf of a family, fdr 'y t0 she* R e Tihn,,
imelf or herfelfi and tenty ces fo ever By JOHN DENNISTON,
white and black mnn. 'eman or child I which WHOLIasLS and RITAI.,
ifchfamily iallconai atth adual t Vgrant- At hi, STONa in FKetasicX STusrT,
Ing ftch warrants That all grant f ib Jed. to For Cajh, Bils of rmbargs, Conex, Braikltte
the payment of two killings fled quit rent for I an other D wveds,.
_veyhbiadred acres, tocomm attthe expira- UPERPINE Broad riting Paper, Wax and
tion of two years from the date heir rcftaie t loths & Trimmingr W r
rants, to be pal at the end of yearthrf. Coatin, Du0ls, & Frre Womens Silk Stotkisgs,
ter, In default of which the to be void Role & common Blankets Oloves and Mitts
But his Majefty haa been graul u cafcd, s an White, lu green, and Ditto white and coloured
encouragement to his 1oy0 au sl who have red Flannels Leather ditto
been refdents in any ofth olon or Provinces Grcen and blue Baies India Perfians, Green, blue
ow the Unitd Statea Aneri an on Surtout and Watch Coat* white & black Sarfenets
account of their loyalty his eSailors Jackets, Trowfers, Mock Qiilting, Cotton
y willingly, or by m i retFrocks and Shirts Counterpanes
in to er, t the quit r trilh Linens 4.4 7-8 & 3-4 Perliaz ilts, Starlet
laid lfland l to order, tfwt the quit rCarldine d 'ard-al t
Teferved in the federal to, to be hereafter made Bowilr lonr Lows & Niakel.s
to his AIid SubJeit, not commence and be Brown colourd wain
payable until afer thee atonoften years from Ra.aandlrtihSheip iei K
the date of their grants I which aid Cambricks, clear Laws. Bomrseen, Crapes and
grants it is his Maj 'ty l Will and Pleafure NeedlI wrought ditto Pr cc Staff
hall be delivered to the le irntees free of all Aprons nd Handker- A va of faslionable
expence whatever: I DO EFORE, by antd lf Ri s
with the advice and con f his Majety Printed Calicoes & Cotton Matra s and Pillows
honourable Council, iffu th Proclamation, White and brown Jeans Silk, lw and Muain
hereby making known to all no concerned, and Jeanctu Has chief
that upon application to me in ncil, they will ine.n and Cotton Checks H. VIII. Andrew Play-
receive Warrants of Survey for r ng out their and Stripes ig
land, agreeablec to his Majefty's Initruftions, Silk, 'hresad and Cotton 4, 8, s s d, Nails
and their family rights. Stocking Cent, Cut d Hand Saws
g EN undel r yHand and the rent Stal ef Durants stimancc and Broad AbesliH.echets
at Na, ti i f i Tmaties Faslhionable hoe, Knee,
e rn te r Lord ON a s' r:ntcd Handkerchiefs & and tock Buckles
Septeer, i th Tear of Our Lr Shawls Su. ff'e
fand fevwn hundred and eigh~, and la t Ornahurg and Cotton tuten, & Pen-Knives
twoentyfifb 'ear of His Majl'a Bagging Shc. from No, 4 to 6
JAMES EDWARD OWELL. Tapes. Hanover Lare LeafSugar, Black Pepper
Al hij Flnour's Command, Nis. Thread from No. IS Polana Starch, Scented
STtirHI HAasN, pro Secretary. to6o Hair Powder
( O D S A V HE K IN I NO; Coloured and Osnahr;g Mould and dipt Candles,
Thread Turpentine Soap
For the Bay of HONDURAS, Me, Youthss and Chi- salad Oil. Mallard
The B AiT*in dren colored & black Nutmegs, Cinnamon
S A HJA M A, Cloves and Mace
H A M A, Meh., Boys, Cirls and Hyfon, Green and Bolae
S Jo EP i, Ma fer; Childrens Shoes and Tea
Will pofiti. fil on Wednefday Pumps ataisn, and Currntas
next. For ht or Paffae, ap. Women. Silk and Call- New Rore Botter
fyto JOHt RUSSlON, or manto ditto Cafl Porter
0,&.,I PE DEAN & Co. Bibles, Teflaments and Doubleclouceder ClCkMS
Or PE DEpelling Books &c. Ac. At.
JUST I v ORTED, A-. A t 06.
J' tIShI S.AL n1 LOfsiON, A few Puncheo.nJamake and Windward Iland Rum
AN t *TO "B S Los o', Mefs Beef and Pork, Ship and Pilot Biflet
_-ND- TO SOLD _ Madeira and Sherry Wine. Ak &e. Ae.


By ROBER KU.M EK,
At the Store lately tae j. Mr. David M'Phetfon.
PICKLES Earthen Ware
Tongues Chldren'a Toys
let Vinegar in e l uebarrelled Guns and
Pon Wine in bott a Piftols
Bottled Porter ufical Inflruments
White Bifket in ke i Heartha
DlouccfterChefe dlery
Double reftiad H db 1 Furniture
Sugar
Perfumery Pa lngn t other
Iar 'wre ry,
With various other Art Ic, I which will be
fald of immediately at a very advance f -r
0tlh, Cotton or Hitailetto, a the return, for laid
loods ate to be made by the Ship ily.
PANTO LESLIE, & Co.
4 tIheir New S at tkR Bnad Of the BAr,
HA V iFOR AL E,
GENERAL orttmen[f EUROPEAN f"
EAST.IND (OOO ; # lfb, Ship Chan.
Hardware cr, o ryWare, &c. ,
aich they will on the m` refonabIe terms
r or) il6 of Sze age.
FS, A L E, |
T AT nec OUSE lately built by the ub
Sriber, joining and to the Wenward of
oas gcarr';, front upon hc Bay, and
oaa extenfive L 4)T Uy ed a n, eafant
d behy fituati at prent c edy Col.
*IDovoa D LS. terms a cpply t
s sw, 6 J28$ KORRI.
<^("*S~tmt 6f, tys;. ,


For Sale by Private (6itracl.
THE Plantation at Orange Hil its situation
Sand i protcements rre too 1 Inoawn to
require a defcrptinn. For firth' paticular
apply to the Pntcr, t fRL
ROBERT RTiLING.
To be Sold by Private Contra&,
A LOT of LAND tote Weftward, betv en
M Ir. H*AL' anmd STelrLiro CASTLe, irtry
pleasantly situated, fronts on the water fid and
has on it two thatched. Cbins, a good Clrden
feinclU and a Skittle Al co In complcat'rder.
F r pticulat, apply to MI BNocnat,
F- r ... tu- THOMAoAS NORTH.


t HEREAS DAVID Ross' Carpentcr, firmer
ly of aft..Florida, uAt lately of the loand.
of Eama, has been de fed nce the month o
May laft, and no Perfon d get applied for his
Ef which now remain my p on thi
isto e notice to his rie andl perfoln whons L


I -TPST IMP6RtTED,
I tie Ship Mtarcvr PacKrr, Capt. Joua
ISLLtlall, from Loinel,
AND. TO BE SOLD
WHOLIasI and ReTaiL,
By Falconer, Shirreff, & Co.
At their Tons. on the Bay.
DT OUBLE and latgio LadieN Hop
refined Loaf lSar l Petdcoat
Hylon, Sfrlet Cardinals, detained
Gree' TBm Fin Waifcoat Frinle
Soachonl & r A great variety of f han
o "hes lSewing Silk and TwO
Currents and Rtalis Mode, Srftnet
Brown and White Sugar Blak, blue,it rea Ma
Candy zrarces Tafti
Saro, Fig Blue, Star.ch Muluin .Cypreft, Drt
Cinnamon, Nutmeg., and Frena Net, Cotton
Mare Spot, ine Club and Silk
Mallard, Sallad Oil Striped Gauses
Pickls, Ketchup Womenm stay
Barley, Split Paf Ladies Morroe Shoe
Calk and London bottled French Hoee
Pratr Ditto Callinuco, black
Madeirs, Pt and Sherry & coloued
Wie Woaiesa ee Leather
1ef. Beef and Pork Pumps
Turpentine ope Girls and Childre Mo.
Linen Checksa.d Stripe rmco Shbes
afforted Maenafin andcearfe Shos
Furniture Checks Youths and Boys ditto
Bed Benta. Ticking Meussne Boots
Dyed and India Jeans ad Flue waed Calf Skins
Jenneta Woaen. ne Cotton and
Plain and irgured Dimltle thread Hole
uoyal and Imperial Rib Mene ditto ditto
Quiltiags real and mock Mens & Women. Silk do.
Cotton Counterpanes Womren coloured Oloves
A great variy of Printed and Mitts
Linen, Chint, A Calli. Habit and Ite ditto
co Gown Patters Womeus black and white
Ditto of Printed and Cot. Silk ditto
ton Handkerchiefs Ditto Wafh and Italian
3-4. 7-1 and yard wide Brown Camblet Bot
Iril lines Cloaks
Sets of Chints Bordering Cotton Settee Jackets
Striped Check and plain Frmine Swanfin ditto
oMufins Beaver Great Coats
Sprig'd a Needle wrought Check and Linen Shirts
ditto Yard wide R ufled Shirts
Book Muflin Linen. Tickin, Duck and
Muflin Net, t jTacnets CanvaTrowftre
Book Mufin nd Needle Canva~ Froek
wrought ndlkerchief Fearnoeglt Great Coats
.onp and cle r Lawn Ready made Brethcs
Fine Cmbr s Jean and Camblie Ithre
Britannia Coat
ankeens Purple5 blue, pink. and
Bropn and a ite Raia blck Durant quilted
Sheetingin Pettkioat
Brown Silefias Men black Hate
Hqckaback Plain and fcente. Hair
Spotted Lawns l a Powder
Small Shawls Hard and l(ot Pomatuom
Table loath, -4 -4 Powder Bones sd Pufir
Coarfe and one occ Lavendar Water
Thread Glauber Salts, Ipeeacuna
Osnaburg & Taylor's Camomile Flowers
Otnabmp I Rhubarb, Cream of Trtar
Sail Cloth, No. I to 4 Huuham's Tindure eo
Superfne Black Cloth Bark
Blue and other fa&ionable Linteed Oil and Painte
cloutt ditto Pigtail Tobacco
Blue Caffimere China Ware, ,onfrfin of
White Flannel Porter.Mugs Tea Pon
Black, white and blue enamell'd Pint Baron,
Tammils J pint enau eli'd Cup &
Iiitto, ditto Durants auceM i and Break&f
Sattinetts, Dcnirms Sett
Mourning Crapes Glas Ware, Yellow Ware
Bomhazenm, Cambleta Tin Ware
Three point Blankets Hard and Cutlery ditto
Striped L.inaey Mttarfet A ortment of Iron-
Hat eathers dierent fiCe mongery
and colour 6, , to, o, 3, 3od, and
Coarfe and Anm thread Spike Nail
Rdgaing Gua Powder
Ditto thread Lae Shot No. I to 6
Black Iacw Tape. Pump Leather, Olkmm
Lawn and Love andke Roll Sheet Lead
chief Deep Sea LInes, Lg do.
BlaekThread Gaua Habro' do. Piflin ditto
SI hletteamudiMoulds Sewing and Seine Twine
Pand udlper ls
1hih wiik there former Afotrament, will be Sold
non reasonable Terms


t mnay concerns, Xua A am Wasaser In n T UN away from the ISulbcrier, two inrntett
feme to ay Peron prtopen ytherized, on u- Dutcb Serant .lN, wh -r woel anowa
ing appliction to me at Mr]RoI.LLt'a Platation about town; airo, the fllL rel ;
on Exum afoead, with fi months from the rwA, aa/, and Ya 51 trhe .. ir s a jlob
date hereofs, tcrwife they will be difpofed of at catr nd f toos ith film
Public Sale, the Sth of April, u ,8 6f OMmrtd C Wr aeivl to the Per a
tept yS. iJ. WARD. ofhnall apprehend and erto theJailr, Mr
A L Perfon havingdemands a i e Etate orthe above.mentioned id d Servants or MNo
AL of HonarTo SMITH. El lte mifary goes, and the fhm Rew ll be pJd to whoe
of Provilions ia St. Auguftiae, ilt pleaded to ever wil ji4le information t to coeMvit ar
fend In ates of the fame ly I tl d, perfI on whiteorblack, ofharourflnorealm
or bgefe the tf day of Noi T I t to ag them. Agalt the patties who maybe.lsb
ROBERT NC, eof, tba ataltt o d thelaw willnbr
AltSmrprS tr A4iatSiF o. 8Ms DUlO





__ ___--_ Iaw r but A ereed, Lor Hale combats thin feparate merits, foe allhbae OcCalgeally Et
opinion on d principles of reason; howe- themfel to his thanks I and to declare
L A WV R E P O R T they we d t ca'olow the prafife orf cofcientioo ly does, een under the
R E P OR S. the Court th this cafe a blow havig'i beea solemn appeal of edition, that the Briim l "
M ra a t, O m itely th deceafed it would hav have in no part of the world better fullsined
yus at, 78*5. ta n it outlt statute of Itabbing I Jac. I c. *. tenoine charader than thofe of the ltabli t --
The King agay Datiel Munro. had the pileen Indited on that At, the of Ben .
r'IE prisoner now fuireadered, in order to words in ng onl to the oabbig f ( ned). .
der of Archibald MLeane, on board the Hero, frjj rie rjabg. Th Governor Gencra
Caption Sinclair, by giving him a mortal wound oni The Governor General hayu ae
The olitn c lle d b Me Pwrh and Sil- Term, a . Il. "K. B his fenie in the general order iffue
S icl r d Sil- vernor General and Concil ofthe
veftr, the counfel for the proMcutio, k T- Warkeys ag.ifl Dtlancy, Efq corps lately returned from the Carnatic, can aI.
Oeorl tlanbury Mitchl, who depofed, that This was an adion of Covenant, brought to re. nothing to the credit of their viriees bym
on the eight of the 6th of Auguft s784, being off corer the purchase money of an elate in New- knowledgement which.be as an inidlt ,
Cuba in the Weft-Indie. between nine and ten York, told by the defendant, who is a loyalif, make tn them. et they will not be difplvibi
in the evening, s he was walking the quarterdeck after an aft of attainder of the States had been .receive from him the separate tribute of him
he suddenly heard great disturbance i the hip's palned against him, attaining his person, and confl- ticular and personal thanks, for his Ihare ha
cabin; he ran there and perceived Munro and casting hs estate. reputation which their actions have rclteat a
M'Leane Itrugsing together, M'Leane being In the deed of conveyance to the plantiff, til the Gove nt of Bengal. In its original ~
firoogeft, wa hlding Munro down with one defendant covenanted, that at the time of the Mnent of thenetxchment to the relief f
hand and ariking him withthe other, he did not fate, he was feized of a clear and indefeanflefete itc. c reat the exertions have lbea It
recolled kcing Munro return the blow. They of inheritance, and that he had good right to were ade b the other gllant troopsemh r
were fparatetby perfonsin the cabin.-The wit- felr.. in that rc It will in no degree deron
nefh here beged leave to refer to iome memoran- Theeaifting at ofattainldrwansdmitted by the them to affi that to this aid the Cu
dums take.by him withintwoorthree days after- defendant, who aifo admitted that the plaintiff, poeffionn a intreft, under the Prellden
wards, which he was accordingly prmitttd to do, after the evacuation of New-York, was turned Fort St. O e, oe their present exitenee,
and cdrcumliantially continued to relate the pro- out of poffefflon by the Commifioners under the that with ev reptt made to this Preuner
grefs of the quarrel between the prifuer and the aft of attainder, who fiold tie eftate.-Thi was a the fucefes of te war, the noft hoa
dceafed; he faid, Munro, at their intreatics, caufe which very materially amffered the interest of i was uniform made- of the al
waswilling tofupprefsallreentmentbutM'Lcane theloyalil.-For the plainti it wasfaid, he was, A i diftisugulhedt i...
onthe contrary would notliten to the intreatics of not able to cite any authorities in point. as thO is of harftfp, it. nen ross f au toth
his own wife, but declared, if ite interfered he was perfrtly a new cafe: he contended that as prefi.re of thofe want which agreed every
would never again cohabit with her. M'l.tane the defendant knew of the attai:nler at tile time of in the service, but w h were to them, i ,, l
went in fearch of his fword, which Capt. Sinclair the fale, and the plaintiff was ignorant of it. he had- linch a diflance from t r native homes, the e
had fecrrted; and Munro went into the apartment in fat paidhis money for nothing, andthe defen- ofaggravatesldilrefa its l ead dilciplier,ab.i
of Major Urquhart, a paffenger: M'Lcane never dant inconicience, oughttorrimburfeit. Thatthe vit, and effedive v r.
found his word : The witreft went to Major preliminary articlAof peace having ftipulated that The Governor eral ha deemed it min.
Urquhart's roosl, whire ne faw the Major ftalnd- the Congrefs fhoui recommend the rentaration o ,bent upon him t the detachment In prot.
in at the door, and Munro in the room with a all theforfeitedeSte, lich a hli;,ulation confrmedl to olfer his tha them before heir fieparal,
naked fall ford in his hand. The witnefa ad- the right to pal as of forfeiture, and would not and defile th Commanding Officer, wh
vifed the prifiner to difregard whatever might have been madeifthe right to confiscate had been he is proudhcall hi friend. will make tI
come from the dcceafld till a properer time offer- doubted. 5, known in pub orders to the officer his cm
ed to recent it. About this time Ml'Leanee came He admitteif the at of attainder had paffed men, a d to e native officers andt privae*f
to t'.t pot in a very violent pafion, lamenting the fulhequent toe conveyance to the plaintiff, the of the deta meant. The term of his publiMi
want of his fword, anl ufing many very aggravat- defendant in'hat cafe, would not have bent ifence is noa within a fewdays of it clnei blt
ing exprefions and gEitute to Munro; he made halae. i a cnfolition to him thus to mix with is.
a motion to pull the prifoner out of the Major's Counfel for the defendant was proceeding to gets tor the lots of aferice endeared to iit
apartment, but he warned the deceased that if he argue in behalf of the defendant, bht Loid Manfl-. my yerr of cre, attachment, ad vicilita
laid his hands upon him he would run him through field begged he would not trouble himself, it was a declaration of justice and gratitude marking
the body, having then the naked word in his a clear cafe. la ftpeiiod. (igned)
hand, on which M'Leans dtilfied for that time; Ils Lordlihip fail this was nothing more or left
but fill perfilled in his abufive langu ae. Munro than a convention on the part of the defendant
told hm he would promise him a mrng on horse that he was feized ofa clear elate in fee, at the FORBES nTErENC
-that the niip was no proper place it, and be- time of the fAle. So he was by all the laws exilt- R E a. ,
ides, he did not think himfelfama chlr M'Leane ing at that time, and th n known to this conftitu- At their Sp en t Bao, t Capl t. OIt
at the fmal fword. MLeane tworofitively he tion. He did not covenant against Revolutlons of \ J /Hsfon' *
would net delay the matter, if heald find hit Empires, or against an armed force. A covenant Ht V POR S A ,
ford that Munro Ihouid haveh chance of a of this fort cannot he extended to political Revo. A Large a il Aflortment. of I110
fhot a him, and if he id not t him he would lutions, or the accidents of war. *EAN rd ST DIA GOODS
cut oft his ears, or attack hi wherever he met The plaintiff was nonfuited. -
him; and he faid Ife made t declaration, thatL S
he might not come undtr th nomination of an The King againl Lord Waltham. ONDON part r Wired P'ner ,
alhilin. M'Leane made ufe many more aggra. This was an indictment for perjury in an anfwer Mdera Wine,. Effence of Spr e"
vatingrxprellions;. Munro r ainimgi the cabin, of the defendant's in Chancery, and was a cault the quarter calk or Mefs Beef a l an
and Major Urquhart tfandi at the door, with of considerable expedtion, but went ofrry un. ra bails
Murvvo`t Dillo Ma.rket ditto. Fl'ur in ditto
Munros fword in his hand, which he had prevail. expededly, on a flaw in the indiment, being a Sherry ditto e in ens
edon him to give him-the witness being outside variation in the nameofa place, between the an. Hiih proof Jami ad l int d On il, K
of the caoin near the deceafed, about or rather fwer ittelf, and the recital of it in the indiatlnent; Weft.lndiaRum in pun- anchonr ual nd
before eleven o'clock, the quarrel fill continuing, in the answer it was entitled CIirhsell, in the in- cheons and horthead, &ec. Ac. 'e.
and the parties being in the situation above de. diament Chtfell. Which they will difpofe of, on the mon I ,
feribed; M'Leane in reply to something Munro able Terms, for Cal, odu Bill Oqf .Au
had faidi called him a liar, and a fcoundrel, to The following-cneral Order were ied to the or Produce.
which Munro replied, with warmth, you are army in b nal, an to Colonel Wre -
damned rfefal, upon which M'Leane reached over tachment, t returned ftom the Carnatic, on a o c indept. D o Lt PCasgaeo ml
or acroFs MuajotUrquhart's shoulder and laid hold the 11th o January, a few days before M ocometo d a i
cabin W ~ a~tft .d"dnt lin re a fow t:yM before Mtj.
of Munro by the collar ua if to putt him out of the Haftinga'sdepartre. .bofe who have oa aiflt ift, tolsel
cabin,bat hedidnt pullhimdirelyout: Munro Prt ilr'lianm, sathff an th oe fav dema a t tt tod n o I
ftaggcred a little, and the decafed letting Munro r HE Governor General having beenprecluded. te fam t, o
go, retreated backwards two or three fteps; in a p y the difanecofthe flation ofthe detachment i dayof Noemble t,
very short time, a few feconds after, Munro fud- later returned from service in the weft of India, Adtlt
denly rushed out of the Major's cabin with the from making his acknowled gment. in on P for A
word which he had fomehow gotfrom the Major, their t .emplary fervices, nd being now on the ,, A
and made a desperate lounge at the body of eye of departing for Burope, requests the^om- NAadu, Str,. .a nyg.
M'Leane, but miffed him, but by another lounge mander in Chief to public to the officers, hit S etrm t t146.
ran the fword into his breast. MLeane. cm, countrymen, and to the native officers and fepoys B ri determined to l e f toat
oh I oh I oh when the witnefi perceived the of the different legiments which formerly cm. gorofthe law, inal fiuch Sol
word broke in two.-M'Leane expired almo l pofed that detachment, hi thanks for the diftin. et info n all be
immedtately-on searching, the fword was found guihcd honour which their gallant and pmrfevring motion if against a white
tdhave entered the left arm pit in a dirctloa to irit and fplendidfocefiks have refleCed on the if ainafre Nego '
his heart. governmnt ov ihe w refidealnti o a 'Negro Move Fo* Dollars
hi was the whole of the evidence, on which Oovernmntoerw heprefedand onm '
This was the whole of The eidce. on which ftlf in particular, for Abe thare which he had in or empl utiong a Perti Mim
Mr. Julfict areas (who with Mr. Jaftice Gould their original ap ntLerit I for hariunlder that o employing a ce lOtw
attended to affl Sir James Marriott the Judge of appointment tenrde llthe tofthe itin arm Fellow namedRO t who'
Admiralty) obfered, that there was no colour to for having fuccefsfuli attempted and atchievednathe Ord e
fay the quarrel ceafed. it had continued from the I long and perilous march through hoftil and "n. be ptid upon his be ll
firft struggle I that though the rule was true that known region, from the banks of the Gknger to De i ol
no words would jutlf ar adion of this nature; I the weter coat of India, and proved by their He inform hie fri andl
yet there may be wor' fo provoking as that no- example that there e eno dMficulties whht n"owlives it the ofe lately
pafie valour could enable a man to retrain him- true fpiri military emerprize, under Brtifh I" Millr, Efq 1 nd the r
Ielf from relenting thm-; but that here it was condu.t, is ltcaP e of furmounting for te education of teuth, is l_ ?
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fr murder to fnd guilty or aquIt generally. bound in hour to afford, wherever and whene- %. Wood, Ac, for Sale by
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