Group Title: Bahama gazette (1784)
Title: The Bahama gazette
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Title: The Bahama gazette
Uniform Title: Bahama gazette (1784)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Printed by John Wells
Place of Publication: Nassau
Publication Date: May 5, 1785
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Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Bahamas
 Notes
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.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 4 (Aug. 14-21, 1784).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 17, no. 1415 (Dec. 30, 1800-Jan. 1, 1801).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00098611
Volume ID: VID00108
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 25097670
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Succeeded by: Bahama gazette (1812)

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.r THE No. 3


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yAMA GeAZF^i'1 .


LALlUS ICTUS JURARE ,-3b IN VERBA MAOIUTRI. Hor.
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SATURDAY, MARCh 5, too SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1785.

F %aM'u: Printed by JouN WELLS, althe Printing Office on the BAY.

S 1 iC 1 ConeUafn rica, by the Bpanif agent again Nffasu, M rteh 7,'.
PA RCH r na iiver Mialli pi, ftetr to indi- TT appearing that an Addres hua beenluely preclred
.n t Don Galvcs arrived at ene o of a hoaile nature to be not far for Governor Mauwell, expreling, in fery folms
sll.s e Irigate Agida, on the diftalt. language, ,the Addrefforn approbation of his candudl
S. l! d prcviuufly been at Por- Pbiedrepble, February I. A correspondent in the Govermatqt'ol this Coiny; and thee being
Sul -'ua .'s. fays, he It ofoion, that the Congrel of the great reaftn to tblka that it is ceuaed in terms, tcal-
1111 .. o i oop<ing arrived in Cuba United States w'lae to open a Scheldt, as well lated to crease a bil*M, that it contains the fmiimentse
., S .u..ely grouitiilkf. Don0Gal- as thl Emlp Giermrnny. The SAaniards, re-he Amcrian Loyalli tsnd other lakhnsitelyhl feat.
'th, I k iiir wit .b him. uardlq o the refped due to the fortreign and tied in the ha 's : We the Suabltiibrs, therifO
I -,u Io M IcoTs Admiral on the Weft- Mndepndent Empireof North America, have d- eem i neflr publicly todifatoall knowledge
ii,, uit atdirdllUi, Envoy from the nltd our IA;t the ntvrlgtion of the river Milfliipp, approhation of farnc ; having cry culufee dprerto
l|,|i Ito t', Ikcrnctri States, lately ar- antd interdtclcd the citizens of there free tltte Ma'r. MU'weh'eeurm to this Country, u the lgri*
e H.a.r r 'on m-iurot g h Iron an intcrcourfe with their dominion., as if evilthat carpolfbly befl the Illad s,.
t , bucket whaling vci*, that the Americans had betn piratical robbers. We Peter Dan Micheeal own
.aft l ay fo( a Bahama pil, irc- have never reccire4any avo ura frqm the Spani- "'Gr R binr David Maopherff
Ith, i, ate i N ucket hav (ent arda: We owe tlem nuoobligation, nor have e Hugh Dean Thonmas Mlli n
| i(,, j. I fcttlvg forth the dolad. done them any inury. Tl.hef confderations. ALep Drya. hn l
I Alex Df"lihc i^ t dwardAorn., Fo
v atre t in the Wh.tle F. '- independent of national and liberal pradice, con- William Pan on Edward F tr
(o c, t/ete an! praying ft liram our corrkfjiondent In hhi opinion, that we I M TartUall hia' Welch
et la t lsic liBritilk GovtI- iihould lnot let an idea go atnoad, (ctprciallyv at ohn Wells WTuaa Ward
Sthlj mr.l of our t empire) of our permitting an in- John Perty lobert Chivers
Do n f rom fult to pafl uinoticed, from any nation, Ilate, J .mr Ilepinbunrm lm Oo!dthwaite
i. Chareth, Cape Fiancotle or empire upin carth---Rome, even before the gh Kf .le Peter Watfon
t. i 1 La n, Pii ilaillplt rape of Ith babines, would not have petititted JoU. Mitchell William Bethbi
j, rse, Mamonn, kaftl-'Floid luch a thie. t John Falcoer aimes Begb e
e ..' For In one of the articles of the dennitive treaty John Winnitt ohn M' ht
tt, White, Charlcona hbc'wccn Great-Britain and Amerlca, it is flip.u Sanuel Masickii. illium Hate
S a. Barne, aInt o gatin of the river MillIftppi, fromitsfource to rhoma l'homion 7 Dniel Sinclair.
Sk. ,I' our, C rran, ditto its mouth, Ihall be tortevr Free to the fulbjeis of Gere Halltda Thomas Willianmfe
-- Orcat-ritan and thecitiztcilnftlie Uutledi tate. John Denvifton Bernard Humbat
' r. r' yI, Wc it lanformed that it is notoriom, that our commerre is not only io- Archb adCtpbcl Jen W li,
tr I : .i,, rencih gutine.s are at prC. tenrupted, but our couint9ymen grofsly i fildted, .IThm,, Parr Alerder M'Qeti
S. y... 'yare tv.y lybdl ecuted, buced and plundered by the Spalniarli, 1t New. Willi, Rigby Peter .Sau
S .4 .. ls ir l;ghtntli. Urleans andt other places, in tie vici: at, ,. Fr lllJiigles, m a airelaid river; yet thepCongrer. fotms nccr to Ihon. Rid orr t Ou.fl
u',nmititd tl 4 ill hut bate demanded a ratification ofthis part ofthi avid Swanfoa Danie Oefell
I e d miralty, bi lg charit l treaty, from tie conit of London ; while that Robert Mills Jacob Summer
r awAy with th, fho a ii cnlrt enjoiiy our kmharraflifmnet, and only wait John Duckley Thom ont
to, the pri.pcrty of ( l i.rs to fee i1s ngated in a bloody war with our jealous Alciader Morton Williln')metf
Iteae oftllhis tr. nft a ,., nil.hhours, tc Dons, thap it may fip in ani William 'libb John More
S s in faitalnc ai lol- reap iIhe molt final advent iom our mutual Willarm Brackooflo ame>Fltevou
: chM, e na animioluitia. But. not with : our propcnfity fms Pateron Klfall
Softlthe fcuner Free M- ti> peacr. lit thorfeha ri psirc-prtruud Moarn; I MI'ltlh SiLon John purcell
,. I f,"i ,m PlulndClpliia to l.f. .,e Ga'.,nie btwarC how y continue to inf Hlt Hcry Allan .thmpy eontell, jen.
.t I. Tracrs, the oiwntr of th t the hfre citiena of i thef ale ifth wi fill t re Crooklhanks ejrutmm Legg
CoPNumvemnter tihon Io -y riminue int. igttt Yrl
o.c. (on board a ftiper.crgo ma.int infoot lo d Aow h a oMtinnt. b i AIl.n t George Nodda
I iti weNi ito ore in the e t4I 1 Alcixancr rsylor oeph Piliru,
4 to mkenry rcfpe.im P U U L I : U C:l O N. i.'.. t. I .... ...
to make Inqiuiry hr 1i G. Johnn Milarown ohn AM'Donrld
t ormaton; O MONDA Y e th infant, Augu ne Moor lame. Fulfood
1, ba/ld r, (alias Bulh) i IE 'Cl/ol, Dunnn Cook 1 Willb. Brocdi
It I rllt avay rlth the ve, ILL B is D., Robert AnLdetol IJhe'Ouple
Sto come uff wilh the boatil WI LL B Chatrles Cocks J at Mes
n "i .. By JOHN MORRIS, 8rCo. Robert .uefta ( rilefiiln
.: A I iir t L o board, bh and BaHi' tUPl'KRINNr Phildelphi. Plor William ohnrfen Thonas Platen
%i 'irt frclooncT, and re fail for j36 .trrel. Mtf. Bee and Porkt James Mets Rober bouthal
I hn lttl. la,:dcd the reRt of the crew RNew Rice in halfT icie Germe Edca Da id Petarkin
S.et th.i dfands, called L.oig ninl : Freh imported Carolina Better aRt Wood lo Hunbertu
proved o lfnahy, that thc Cod Fah in Lotesareeab the Parchafer Rehri Palmer ilshf Manfoa
I her iof tihk illands; Herrings in hia BDrre John Gri ith aloltn Rots
I the) dajpd the calg iil Mould Cadlces : J lIn laobilfn fhomas Lindfly
S 7liEa rt Icyfold twtit) Loaf Stiar p 'illi|m Scott a Green
S a, the inder of their ciarg Ta.o, Chalr., Chiflte r, Laehing Jasms d Shirr"
aI, Ttie ah ngprdmby that. o. A 0,o .nw 1Jko.hn Lonopy
Tlthe ngcd their tfl ,1, lat &c. 0o.lp Alenndert arrald
idr, cc, fw orin pAro" blly trt a a brm 8orenage Frederick Hellor
Si c .d me" 113tioroat Come4 Abr dis a P er
gi*v ut.niw,, an aC T khee Assis S lonmon Gla ea-
r irt. ihal t filed for Sap eine Broo Clotl. i Pattemn r Poer John W ard
MW. a e iv-hI I -isi t'a' l Di to in Piecesl i M n llRo tnu Id. rd tlo,
S .olphia, nil lfr Ioloa t '.-i | otQ.iMd William Kennedl
H *$4*4 1'"""; (; n.ped jablwQian a
q'.I. heyit h A lof th etir bow- I 'anid Weo a 'i J inllim A enpln ohn.a r)
fiC ib le' dIfM f t riremr' st o JlmnBmdI John F homt )
otIe M le i Rl tB t., r. The An' f.d IB ry, w iit h wche the Addrtt tO
W th llt: ; Thiit .i ", Ot ,r u eno Mwell waspi urt. ppcu r led la /

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a- .tN fli c ty jolnhotlnle a e r I to t;lti CbCel.red rtn atE 1et ur a1 t. a twelve
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at ;ly rawJ( to the grand and Stovl;rL. i r t D7AN, & so Q4 1 R DEA.I
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