3 edition of Charles-Town, March 18, 1769. To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant found in the catalog.
Charles-Town, March 18, 1769. To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant
Thomas-Loughton & Roger Smith (Firm)
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 42004|
|Contributions||Smith, Thomas-Loughton, 1741-1773, Smith, Roger Moore, 1745-1805|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
This morning, after a long illness, Elizabeth, relict of the late Mr. Wm. Sinnott, a native of Harbor Main, aged years. Funeral on Wednesday at 1 o'clock, from her son's residence, Kilbride; friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend. Evening Telegram November 3, (Wednesday) Died. - The Accounts received in the Camp the 16th Instant from the Cherokees, puts us in Mind of a Letter we received about 18 Days ago, from one of the Middle-towns, dated the 27th of October; wherein we were told, “That the Headman of that Town had on the 25th, early in the Morning, come to the Writer, an after first insisting that he would.
months ago, a little old receipt book that had belonged to Captain Stephenson was put into her hands. This little book, six inches long by three inches wide, and bound in doe-skin, was found to bear date, "Rox-burry Camp, January 1st, " The men wdio at that time composed Captain Stephenson's Company. (Purdie & Dixon), Williamsburg, J WILLIAMSBURG, J COMMITTED to James City prison, on Wednesday the 12th instant, a Virginia born Negro fellow named PETER, about 22 years of age, about 5 feet 6 inches high, has on an osnabrug shirt, and a pair of brown rolls breeches, and says he belongs to William Beale, of Richmond.
- The Accounts received in the Camp the 16th Instant from the Cherokees, puts us in Mind of a Letter we received about 18 Days ago, from one of the Middle-towns, dated the 27th of October; wherein we were told, “That the Headman of that Town had on the 25th, early in the Morning, come to the Writer, an after first insisting that he would. George Peabody () statue (), by William W. Story, before Peabody Institute, Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, Maryland, March Photo by Diane F. Evartt. A Baltimore merchant who moved to London, George Peabody became a philanthropist and diplomat. He established the first charitable foundations in America and England, and founded the Peabody Institute at .
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Charles-Town, Ma To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant, a cargo of two hundred and ninety-six slaves Just arrived in the ship. Charles-Town, Ma To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant by Thomas-Loughton & Roger Smith (Firm),Printed at Timothy's Office, March 18 Broad-Street.
edition, Microform in English. Thomas-Loughton & Roger Smith (Firm). & Smith, Thomas-Loughton. & Smith, Roger Moore.Charles-Town, Ma To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant [electronic resource]: a cargo of two hundred and ninety-six slaves.
Followed by: Charles-Town, Ma To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant, a cargo of one hundred and thirty-eight slaves just arrived in the brigantine Shelburne, Capt.
James Clark from Senegal Both notices signed: Thomas-Loughton & Roger Smith. Charlestown, Ap To be sold, on Wednesday the tenth day of May next, a choice cargo of two hundred & fifty Negroes: Arrived in the ship Countess of Sussex, Thomas Davies, master, directly from March 18, by John Chapman, & Co.
Published: () Charles-Town, Ma To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant, a cargo of two. Charles-Town, Ma To be sold, on Wednesday the 29th instant, a cargo of two hundred and ninety-six slaves Just arrived in the ship Sally, Capt. George Evans, from Cape Mount Publication Details; Availability.
He had probably removed to Granville County, for in the Gazette of J(No. - Supplement) under the caption "Provost-Marshal's Sale", appears the following notice: "On Thursday 25th of August next, will be sold, at public vendue, at the usual place in Charles-Town, All that valuable plantation or tract of acres of land", &c.
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