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AMERICAN "C'L E R G Y. MANY authentic Accounts having been received the the Cletgy of the 'j' d'^° ! * n b u,d North, America, the Archbifliopt a.id have a Subfciiption for their Relief, and 'ive .greed to recommend the lame their rcfpeOive j where they doubt not the Concurrence
14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
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Extract ofa letter from the Hague, Jan. 30. " It is /aid that the Englilh .-\mbaffador has given the anfwer from the King his maiter to the letter which his Serene Highnef; the Prince Stadtholder wrote con- cerning the Scots brigade. The Prince communicated it immediately to the
14 February 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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14 February 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
Extract cfa letter from KirbwM, (in Orkney,) Jan. 21.

Extract cfa letter from KirbwM, (in Orkney,) Jan. 21.

"On the 21ft current, the wreck ofa vefiel, fuppo- fcn to have been a Dutch dogger, abciiit 120 tons bur- den-, was obferved upon tfte ifiand Sahday. Two boats put off, and brought the wreck to the neareft land. She ii loaded with rye and fir dales : there was no !i- -**ing crea
14 February 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
To SOLD by AUCTION, (Together or in fcparate Lots, as (hall he agreed at: the Time of Sale,) At the

To SOLD by AUCTION, (Together or in fcparate Lots, as (hall he agreed at: the Time of Sale,) At the

FALCON TAVERN in GR Wcdnefthe March next, between the Hours Three and Five the Afternoon, ISo. 1. or Tene- ment, in High* in Gravelend, with convenient Oi'thoulcs, . now the Oceupation Mr. John Cave, as *' Tenant Will, the yearly Rent 9 19 o No, 11. A Mtfluage Tenement, adjoinin
14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
A Letter from General LEE to General BURGOYNE. Camp Profptß Hill, DEAR SIR, Dec, I, 1775. ASlan informed you are

A Letter from General LEE to General BURGOYNE. Camp Profptß Hill, DEAR SIR, Dec, I, 1775. ASlan informed you are

ready to embark for England, I cannot refrain once mo. e trclpafling your patience. An opportunity it now ptelented immortalising yourfelf the Saviour your country. The whole Br.tilh empire ftands tottering on the brink ruin, and you have it in your power to prevent the fatal ca
14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
MASQJJERADE INTELLIGENCE. THE title of FiF.RA MASCHERATA being fomewbat better underAoud than was fattyear, curiofity the public appeared to much

MASQJJERADE INTELLIGENCE. THE title of FiF.RA MASCHERATA being fomewbat better underAoud than was fattyear, curiofity the public appeared to much

blunted on Thnrfday evening, there were wot above foar hundred perfont at the King's in the Hay market. Toe principal, and might fay, the only ebaratters were; carroty clown, a broiling Hillinglg -te burners female teller matches; a man, admirably dreffed, but the worft broguema
14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
eat, and about the fame time we obferved the goarda cofta we had efcaped, bearing in upon ui. V 'to

eat, and about the fame time we obferved the goarda cofta we had efcaped, bearing in upon ui. V 'to

to attempt efcaping ;we ... therefore alt made prifcners, and to the fbtt where remained till the t4tb inflant, and then were put board our ihip (which liript aU her cargo, and confifcated to the King of Spain) and iufFered to depart. We arrived tale here on the inflant."
14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
I (hall now conclude (if you will the pedantry) with fentence Latin Jtbetkm quibus ncctjfarium, el pia arma nulla, *tfi

I (hall now conclude (if you will the pedantry) with fentence Latin Jtbetkm quibus ncctjfarium, el pia arma nulla, *tfi

in armis, telinyuilur/pes, I molt tincercly wifh you quick and voyage; and that your and glory may equal to the idea have of your merits, I am, with the greateit truth and alfeftion, your'a. C. LEE.
14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England
 
HOLIDAYS, FAILS, AC. Valentin! QuinjuageJfima Sbrttvt

HOLIDAYS, FAILS, AC. Valentin! QuinjuageJfima Sbrttvt

14 February 1776 - Kentish Gazette - Canterbury, Kent, England