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1745CloathsForLousibourgGarrison - B O S T O N. In'the Houfe of Reprefentatives,...
B O S T O N. In'the Houfe of Reprefentatives, Sept. 26. 1745. Voted; That there be and hereby i is granted to be paid out of tbe publick 'lreafury, to each Seatjeant and Ccnti - nel in bii Majefty s Service in the Garrifonf Louifburg, which bit Excellency tbe Governor and Captain - General Jb all determine to be the proper uvta of this Province, of tbe Troops necejfary to be continued there du - ring ive rr inter oeaion, tee - cum or zzs, per jyiontb. over and above their prefent Allowance, frem hefirfl of uaooer to ttejirjt oj may next. Sent up for Concurrence. In Council, Sept, 26. j 745. Confented to By a Vefiel arrived at T.Cu(hyg Speaker. Read and concurr'd. " " J. milard, Seer. SI Phips. fhoft PafTagc blick Rejoic - Marblehead in a from Barbados we hear, That they had pul ings there forthree or four Days upon the News 'of takins of Cape Breton : And that a Number of Gentlemen there had made a generous Collection for the Relief of the poor Widows and Children of thofe, brave Men who were loft with Capt. Smithurft in this Province Snow on mat jcxpeainon j ana tney have lent by this VelTel o rtogineadsor Kum and lb Barrels of Sugar. A noble' InSance of Charity, from Strangers at fuch a Diftance, worthy of Imitation ! , v We - have alfo Advice from Barbados. that Cant P. j . v r v Kingfton, who failed from this Port fome'time; fince for the Weft - Indies, in a Brig, was taken by ai French Pri - vateer 8 Days after he went out, and 4 Days after that was retaken by a Ship of 20 Guns belonging to Phila - deiphia, called the PandoUr, but the Mafter and all the Men except two were on board the Privateer. That the Pandcur. alfo took a French Privateer . Sloop with 137 Men, which with the.Brig. fhe carried into Barba - does the 30th Aug. laft. And that the following Men of War, with 8 Tranfports, commanded by - Admiral Townfend,and about 4000 Soldiers, arrived) at Barbados. the 30th Auguft, but where they were bound could not be learnt, yz. Dorfetfhire, To!e,.8o GunsJ 6.20 Men Pnncefla, Lingen, 70 Guns, 650 Men : Ipfvvich, Mav - nard, 70 Guns, 480 Men ; Lenox, Lawrence; .64 Guns, 480 Men ; Worcefter, Andrews, 60 Guns, L400 Men fembrolce, Baichen, bo Guns, 400. Men ; (Hampshire, I IiniAl r - tin II ,T . t 1 o vuu auu juu ivin. x was iaia tne 50 Gun Ship was to fail for Antigua the 3d Sept. for the Men .of War there. , I From Jamaica we learn, that his Majefty's Ship the - v. w wuiijj. vui vi - janiaiCaf, lias "taKen 2 1 c - :V n! . . . . . i p""" vaiceranip,commanaea by Uap.Grachoch of 36 Guns, 350 Men, fitted. out of the HavanRah' laft io me umc, wiiu, wim orners yvc 10 orten heard of laft Summer, was on the Coaft of Carolina and Virginia he had taken between fifty and fixty Sail of Englifh this Summer : This" is the Ship! that took Capt. Spry, Sec. . . j. 4 ' ' . " J - L I . . Yefterday Capt. Tyng, in' the MafTachufetts Frigate, faiFd for Louisbourg, with doathing and Stored for the Garrifon j as did likewife a large Snow with a! Flag of Truce for France. - ' : His Majefty's Store - Ship the Bien Am!e, will fail the firft fair Wind. ' ' I

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  1. The Pennsylvania Gazette,
  2. 10 Oct 1745, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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