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Extracl of a Letter to the Congrefs, dated from Rhoo&.Island.

Extracl of a Letter to the Congrefs, dated from Rhoo&.Island.

Extracl of a Letter to the Congrefs, dated from Rhoo& Island. " Captain Broad, of the Hazard, of 12 Guns, and Captain Brookes, of the Sun-Flower, of 22 Guns have brought into this Port two armed Veffels, belonging to the Enemy, and four Tranfports, Part of Lord Howe's Squadron. T
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
manageable, and i , Sunday evening he ] ' Vil! men, beat them all do.vi ■ -.-M efcaped with life.

manageable, and i , Sunday evening he ] ' Vil! men, beat them all do.vi ■ -.-M efcaped with life.

' Ycjterday a cbc f cl „ 1 took his miner re.'idetre in ' <tr order to read Gay's What S, Ki gures, he has lately / 6 wrote down 206. u, -- 1 The following BOOK fold by the Print*, f thh f) -'cH c °7'iT'' and Drayton Jones and r ' 'fl Bank; ami Eyres, ! V ham and Smith,Nr.vcaftl
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
CUSTOM-HOUSE, Giejkocs.

CUSTOM-HOUSE, Giejkocs.

.A R R I V E D, Aug. 7. The Jenny, "Maclean, from Dublin, with goods 5 The Gri/.ie, -Dtiiham, from Memel, vvith timber; The fenny,. Ktr. from Bouideaux, with nine; Ths Ciirnii cen, Sharp, fom Siigo, in balaft ; The Bell, .Gamrr.el, from Briflol, with 'goods; The Mary., Walkinfii
09 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
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09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England
 
LONDON, (Thursday) Aug. 8.

LONDON, (Thursday) Aug. 8.

Yefterday Morning Lord George Germaine came to his Houfe in Pall-Mall from Richmond, and went afterwards to St. James's, and laid fe- veral Difpatches before his Majefty that had been received at his Office from America. There are private Letters in Town which men- tion, that Lo
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
ANECDOTE.

ANECDOTE.

DOCTOR Hough, formerly Bifhop of Wor- cefter, was remarkable for his Sweetnefs of Temper, as well as every other Chriftian Virtue, of which the following Story affords a Proof: A young Gentleman, whofe Family had been well acquainred with theßifhop, in making the Tour of England
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
Anecdote e/*" HENRY the Fourth of France.

Anecdote e/*" HENRY the Fourth of France.

Anecdote e/*" H E NR Y the Fourth of France. THE City of Orleans had a Privilege for Time immemorial to fend two Deputies to congratulate each French King on his Accel-ion to the Throne; at the Audience the Deputies were feated, and after finishing the Congratula- tion, a Cup of
09 August 1776 - Derby Mercury - Derby, Derbyshire, England
 
■jfo HEROIC EPISTLE from DONNA TERESA PINNA V RUIZ, of MURCIA, to RICHARD TWISS, Efq; F. R. S. tnith feveral

■jfo HEROIC EPISTLE from DONNA TERESA PINNA V RUIZ, of MURCIA, to RICHARD TWISS, Efq; F. R. S. tnith feveral

explanatory Notes, written by hinjeij'. YE weftern winds, from Ocean's bofom rife, And bear to pcrjiu-'d Tivifs his Pinna's (a) fighs ! Ye new-born gales, that fan the lemon grove, In clouds of cfience waft the voice of Love ! y es — waft my forrows to th' lernian pldifls, And b
09 August 1776 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
PUBLIC H From FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, to FRIDAY* AUGUST 30, 1776.

PUBLIC H From FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, to FRIDAY* AUGUST 30, 1776.

on; Sunday night, or Monday nighty 25th or 26th inftant, the Parifh Church of Bray, in .-the county of' broke into and ftolen out from thence, A iargc Crimlon Velvet Communion Table Cloth, Velvet Table Cloth Sand Cufhion, and alfo a Crimfon Velvet to the Reading Deflc, all of wh
09 August 1776 - Police Gazette - London, London, England
 
THURSDAY NIGHT'S POST.

THURSDAY NIGHT'S POST.

London gazette. *«»Jiwgb (Ruffia), July 12- T>WulMajcft\ intends to review the fleet Road on Thurfday next, and will re 'S the honour of dining on board his u 7- On Tuefday the J', Printfe Henry, in the name Ruffia, made the demand of the marriage for the Great Wednesday morning
09 August 1776 - Chester Chronicle - Chester, Cheshire, England