1758 Contents of French Ship captured enroute to Louisbourg
For SALE by the C A N D L E, At tk: STAR Tavern Great Room, Sou thfide-ftreet, Plymouth, Thurfday the 27th Inftant, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, I ^HE following Goods, viz. For HOME CONSUMPTION, 627 Barrels Flour, 7 Hhds, and 21 Bags Bifcuit, 119 Bcmb-fliells, 37 Cohorns, 3 Kegs fmall Shot, 1 ditto Mufket-Ball?, 3 Calks Fhets, 9 Barrels Gunpowder, 4 Guns. For EXPORTATION, 63 Pieces half Ell wide Rateens, l^dirto 3 4ths wide dtf .o, 10 Pieces full Yard wide Shalloons, 31 ftout mill'd Rugs, 5 Pieces coarfe Sheetin?, 21 ditto half Ell wide Sail-cloth, 10 Dozen Womens Leat'er Mittens Silk bound, io ditto Mens white Gloves, 12 ditto Hair Caps, 88 Pair Leather Shoes, 1 Gauze Apron and Tippet, 2 Wigs, 6 lb. Human Hair, 2 lb. Horfe nitto, 2 Pieces Peruke Ribbon, 70 Dozen Eaithen Plate-, Sec. 34 Coils new Rope, 23 ditto twice laid ditto, 42 Pieces Sheet Lead, 20 Bars iron, 2 Cafks Spikes, 2 Casks Nail?, 2 dit 'o Pickaxes, 1 ditto bhovels, 3 Barrels Starch, 3 ditto red and yellow Oaker, 1 Cask white Lead, j Cheit Pipes, 1 Clyfter Chair, 6 Caf.s Cheefe, 2 Ca:ks Brandy. Being the entire Cargo of the Cerf Violant, taken from the French on her Vo age to Louifbourg, by his Majefty's Ship Rochefter, Robert Duff, Efq; Commander. Catalogues to be had at Mr. Samuel Enderby's, near the Cuftorr.-houfe, Thames-ftreet, at the Place of Sale, and of FRANCIS FANNING, Sworn-Broker, in Plymouth.