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For NOVA SCOTIA


The good SHIP Thomas and William, well accommodated for passengers, Samuel Pattinson, Master, will sail from Scarbrough the Middle of March, 1774. ----- All who are desirous to proceed to that Land of Liberty may be carried, from ten Years old and upwards, at 5 l. per head, under ten Years, 2 l. 10 s. Sucking Children, Gratis. ------ For further Particulars apply to the Owner, Captn. John Watkinson; at his House in Saturday Market, Scarbrough; Mr. William Thompson, at Sherborn; Mr. John Lancaster, at Wilton, near Thornton, or Mr. William Grant, in Skeldergate, York.
All letters (post paid) will be duly answered.



For FORT CUMBERLAND in NOVA SCOTIA.


The good Ship call'd the Two Friends, a prime Sailer, (Robert Shepherd, Commander, a Person of Good Character) well accommodated for Goods and Passengers, is to sail from Hull the latter End of the Second Month called February and will carry Children from one to ten Years at two Guineas each; those above, three Guineas each; sucking Children, gratis; and kind of Merchandise or Household Goods at four Pounds per Ton ---- All the passengers are desired to be at Hull by the 24th of next Month at the latest.
      For further Particulars inquire of John Hutchinson or Tobias Hoopes, of Skelton, near Guisbrough; of Henry Richardson, Flaxdresser in Whitby; of Thomas Parkinson; Flour Dealer in Hull; of John Smith, Farmer in Sheriff-Hutton; of Milner and Fawcett, Manufacturers of Sail-Cloth and Drills in Malton, or of Nathanial Bell, jun. Linendraperin York.
      Letters (post paid) will be duly answered.
This fame Ship was lately advertised in the York Chronicle.


For NOVA SCOTIA


THE good Ship Prince George, burthen 280 tons, exceedingly well accommodated for passengers, Robert Appleton, master, will sail from Scarbrough the latter of March, of beginning of April next.
      All persons who are inclined to go to that country, may be conveyed from ten years of age and upwards, at 5 l. each; under ten years 2 l. 10 s., sucking children, gratis. - For other particulars apply to Mr. Stephen Wharton, the owner, in Scarbrough; Mr. Robert Appleton, in Bridlington; Mr. John Baxter, in Settrington; Mr. William Porter, in Driffield; Mr. William Staveley, in Thornby; Mr. Richard Shepherd in Kirby; Mr. Andrew Loughhead, in Pickering,; or Mr. Jonathan Milner, in Barrow.
All letters (post paid) will be duly answered.


For NOVA SCOTIA


THE good Ship Thomas and William, exceedingly well accommodated for passengers, Samuel Pattinson, master, will sail from Scarbrough the middle of March, 1774, where passengers, above ten years of age, may be carried for 5 l. each; from ten to two years, 2 l. 10 s. under two years, gratis. Those who wil find their own provisions, may be carried, from ten years and upwards, for three guineas; under the above age, two guineas.       Further particulars may be heard of Mr. John Watkinson, owner of the ship, in Scarbrough; Mr. William Thompson, at Sherborn; Mr. John Lancaster, at Wilton, near Thornton; Mr. John Hurton, at the Pack Horse, in Micklegate, York; Mr. Weatherhead, ot Mr. Hague, at Malton, who will give a just description of the country, or Mr. Cook, at the Post-Office, Bridlington.
All letters (post paid) will be duly answered.



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