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PORTSMOUTH, February 8.

PORTSMOUTH, February 8.

. CoaTftream Prtfron , King George, Curling; jHenry, Taylor the Grace, Contrie; (tranlpoVts) are airived at this port weeks From Minolta with trOops*. The Lion tranfport (with troops likewiie) is loft $ci%, but it is bdieved that the people are laved. • . Four companies of the f
12 February 1776 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
ExtraS ofa Ictier from' Torhay, Ja/i. 29.

ExtraS ofa Ictier from' Torhay, Ja/i. 29.

ExtraS ofa Ictier from ' Torhay, Ja/i. 29. " This morning the Enropa, Mitchel, and Bacchn-*, Hall, from Oporto for jGuernfcy, parted their cables in a violent gale, and drove on Ihore near Torquay; the veflels went to piece; immediately, but it : s thought the pjreateft part of t
12 February 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
<■ To the Printer ofihe Caledonian Mercury.

<■ To the Printer ofihe Caledonian Mercury.

- SI R, THE frequent accounts I have lately read in your ..paper, of women enliftingin the army, bring to my remembrance .the cafe of one Hannah Snell, who, in the late war, .feryed botiat-iR the army and navy for a number of years, without her fex having been once difcovered, t
12 February 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
WANTED SHOPMAN LINEN* ami Cood Encouragemem ~-ili a lube fteady Man None hut who arc well acquainted with the Bufinefs.

WANTED SHOPMAN LINEN* ami Cood Encouragemem ~-ili a lube fteady Man None hut who arc well acquainted with the Bufinefs.

is a Place Trull; Security will required for his Horsefly.—Letters (Poft paid) directed to the Printer this Paper, will duly attended to. IRISH BACON. ' be SOLD John Grant, Portf- mouth, abowt 500 Sides of good fweet Irifh BACON* dried in England, biting the Remains of a Cargo l
12 February 1776 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
Bank Bycafh, land-tax 1774, off By ditto, malt 1774, paid of? ditto, land-tax 1775* 77,000 J,474,6*4 balance due to the

Bank Bycafh, land-tax 1774, off By ditto, malt 1774, paid of? ditto, land-tax 1775* 77,000 J,474,6*4 balance due to the

8, -3 It appears the above, that the facility the Treafury's borrowing unlimited the Bank, and keeping the reprefenrariycs of people entirely in the dark about it* gives the Miniflry a latitude for profufcly away the public money, as mult inevitably, and in a fhort time, the pub
12 February 1776 - Hampshire Chronicle - Winchester, Hampshire, England
 
STOCKS Bii.k Stock, h 3-Sfbs, Ditto —. c - t.«h he. L'iitc Aru. Key A >'I,—. <e . •t 5

STOCKS Bii.k Stock, h 3-Sfbs, Ditto —. c - t.«h he. L'iitc Aru. Key A >'I,—. <e . •t 5

1 Bth. i-e per %jj $a, j i Thiee per c«nt. —• Ditto '751, j Ann. 79 3-4 80. Thfee per cert, vi.uo '";S, a7>t Four cenr. con!*. 5-S-ths 7-Sihs. Ro>a: Affurance, —. » Boars . s?s. ;,()?. N'ju ana V;ti. Bills, 1 ixnt. Annuiucs,
12 February 1776 - Reading Mercury - Reading, Berkshire, England
 
PRICES ot STOCKS

PRICES ot STOCKS

Bank Stock, 141 \ Ditto India Ann. J India Ditto, i er Cent - dit 1 7S ;J » 7 South-Sea Ditto, a \ a Ditto Old Ann. 85 * aB4 4 per Cent, confol. 2 Royal Al7urar.ee, Ditto New Ann. India Bonds, 595. a 5 8s.Prem. per Centred. a \ Navy and Vict. Bills, 1 \ per Cent. conf. per Cent.
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
ODE

ODE

Amphora non meruit tam pretiofa mori.— WHENE'ER the cruel hand of Death Untimely flops a fav'ntes breath, in plaintive numbers tell How lovd lie livd—how mourn d fell.— Catullus wail'd hisfparrows iate, And Gray inimortalizd his cat. Thrice tuneful birds! could 1 but chime fo cl
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
TOSSPOT

TOSSPOT

CHARACTER of Mr. PITT, THE Secretary flood alone. Modern degeneracy had not reached him. Original, and unaccommodating, the features of his character had the hardihood of antiquity. His auguft mind overawed Majefly, and one of his S- s thought royalty fo impaired in his prefence
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
By Balance due to the Bank

By Balance due to the Bank

jr. 9,750,000 It appears by the above, that the facility of the Trcafury's borrowing fuch unlimited fums of the Bank, and keeping the reprefentatives of the people entirely in the dark about it, gives the Miniltry fuch a latitude for profufely fquandering away the public money,
12 February 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England