1758 Captured supplies for Louisbourg
For SALE by the C A N D L E. At ti s STAR Tavern Great Room, SouthEde-ftreet, Plymouth, Thurfday the 27th Inttant, at Four o'Clock in the Afternoon, I ^HE following Goods, viz. For HOME CONSUMPTION, 617 Barrels Flour, 7 Hhds. and 2iBaga Bifcuit, 119 BomfT-ftiells, 37 Cohorns, 3 Kegs fmaJl Shot, 1 ditto Mufket-Ball?, 3 Cafks Flints, 9 Barrels Gunpowder, 4 Guns. For EXPORTATION, 63 Pieces half Ell wide Rateens, 15 ditto 3 4ths wide ditto, 10 Pieces full Yard wide Shalloons, 31 flout mill'd Rugs, 5 Pieces coarfe Sheeting, 21 ditto half Ell wide Sail-cloth, 10 Dozen Wbmens Leather Mittens Silk bound, 10 ditto Mens white Gloves, 12 ditto Hair CapJ, 88 Pair Leather Shoes, 1 Gauze Apron and Tippet, 2 Wigs, 6 lb. Human Hair, 2 lb. Horfe ditto, 2 Pieces Peruke Ribbon, 70 Dozen Earthen Plates, Sec 34 Coils new-Rope, 23 ditto twice laid ditto, 42 Pieces Sheet Lead, 20 Bars Iron, i Ca/ks Spikes, 2 Casks Nails, 2 ditto Pickaxesj 1 ditto Shovels, 3 Barrels Starch, 3 ditto red and yellow Oaker, 1 Cask white Lead, I Cheit Pipes, I Clyfte* Chair, 6 Caf-sCheefe, 2 Caiks Brandy. Being the entire Cargo of the Cerf Violant, taken frcm the French on her Vo.age to Louifbourg, by his Majefiy's Ship Rochefter, Robert Duff, Efqj Commander. Catalogues to be had at Mr. Samuel Endrrby's, near the Cuftom-houfe, Thames-ftreet, at the Place of Sale, and of FRANCIS FANNING, Sworn-Broker, in Plymouth.