The American Weekly Mercury Volume 4, Nos. 160-212

The American Weekly Mercury Volume 4, Nos. 160-212

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...Watson for Rhode-Iflaod, Sloop Mary John Stant for Barbadoes. Cleared for Departure. Sloop Young Benjamin Owen Carthy to Berbadoes, Stoop Maryannc John Brett to Antigua, Sloop Happy Margaret Abraham Watson to Rhode-Uland, SloopCathrin and Mary Cornelius Vanfcife to Coracoa. Cujhm-Houfe Philadelphia August 8. Entered Inwards. Ship Neptune Abraham Vining form Jamai ca, Sloop Raven Mathew Jenkins from Rhode Island. Entered Outwards none. Cleared for Departure. Stoop Rebecca Joseph Luther for Bermuda. ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 J'--W Harris of Maryland Sa vied from Pnataway iq New-England, being bound for Maryland, was on the 14th of the fame Month met with at Sea near Nantucket Island by a Sloop belonging to Mr. William Clark of Boston, with her Sails fluttering, her Rigmg cut, her Hatches flung over board and a hole out in her Cealing, (he having bean at. tempted to be funk, the Liquors on board being Destroyed and lest in Buckets om the Deck, there was not one Soul on board, by which it was thought that the Men were forced away by the Pyrars. The MasteY Thomas Calder is a Scotch Man short and set, black Hair, of a whitish Complexion, talks pretty thick, about 30 Years of Age, the Mate Peter Carr prety Jail and of a Dark Complexion (1 think Pockfrettenj he is-an English Man, Jacob Neale a Marylander about jo Years of Age., Dark Complexion of a Middle Stature Speaks prety thick. What other Hands were on hoard I know hot they being Ship'd in Mew England, We hear the-Sloop is Canyd into Boston. ALikely young Negro Lad about 15 Yean of age, to be Sold by Thomas Polgrcen is the Front Street over against the Platter. npo be Sold by William Bettfedgt in Philadelphia, a. JP, Lott 2 foot front and 40 foot deep, with a very good Brick House thereon, 1 $ foot front...show more

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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 231g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123651629X
  • 9781236516299