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' ' A SILVER SPOON Marked J. A. H. Whoever it is offered to for file, are defied to flop it, and apply to the Printers of tpis paper, they (hall know the owner and be properly rewarded. RUNAWAY m fro the fnbicreber, a negro man named ISAAC. late the property of William Reed Ivia
December 22, 1787 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
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C 1 V I Union- Tavern, Decembcr 17870 ADVICE by II LADY To an OLD QEN..T4E,MAN,- T. IS a maxim I've heard, agen and agen; Whoe'er fcorns our lex till fifty and tens; revenge for the flight, the arni'd God of love,: sorne time or another the ltpic will move. or Cupid the archer vi
December 22, 1787 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
7 :717kG17. :STILT I\TD; " a mulatto Man,' loft me of his great toes. DAVY, a thort well ft ‘

7 :717kG17. :STILT I\TD; " a mulatto Man,' loft me of his great toes. DAVY, a thort well ft ‘

black man, a goad houfe carpentrr,. formerly the properLy of bld, ward DANIEL, a well built lad, formerly the property of Captaiu Arundale. MINGO, a yellow fkin °marl looking man, form-ily the property of John MaHoney. TiDIPUS, a black fellosv, pitted with the final pox, is a li
November 11, 1788 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
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November 11, 1825 - Barbadian - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
juft imported the brig Peggy, James Murrow, matter, from .Pliiladelphia, and to be by the Subfcriber at his Itore in

juft imported the brig Peggy, James Murrow, matter, from .Pliiladelphia, and to be by the Subfcriber at his Itore in

Highftreet, at reafonable prices, and brown bread in fmall cakes, fuperfine flour, corn, and belt fweet fcented James River tobacco. THOMAS-F. PHILIPS.
October 28, 1788 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
juft imported in the flip Eleanor, Capt. HEN. DERSON, an I to be Iv ANN WHIT Aat her honfe in

juft imported in the flip Eleanor, Capt. HEN. DERSON, an I to be Iv ANN WHIT Aat her honfe in

Sraanilreet. AFafhionable affortmenc of gauzes, ribbons, flowers and feathers, drefs caps, bonnets and handkerchiefs, co;oured and white loves, habit ditto, pomarum, powder and effences, pearl barley, fago, red bark, compound fpirits, lavender, role water, glals ware, muffins, l
January 8, 1788 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
iVIER.CURY„:

iVIER.CURY„:

• A _ PRIL 29 ) 1788. See the Repofitory in the Window. Deathof/be PRED2NDER: • againft the liberty and honor of the Bar.—After much difctOlon, they Unanimuufiy agreed to the following refoiutions. ‘, Re/dried, That the raid lettlr is an impu.' dent attempt upon the independence
April 29, 1788 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
ARRIVED:

ARRIVED:

()e t. 3—Brigantine Patience, from Trinidad. 4—American sell'. Bona, I( io Pony), Coast of Africa ; brig .iero, Liverpool ( N.S.) s—Sloop Mary & F.liza, Trinidad, bound to St. Viucent. . . SAILED: Oct 3—School]Pr Zephyr, for st, Vincent. 4—Brigantine Leander, ditto ; schooner En
October 5, 1827 - Barbadian - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
PHILADELPHIA, Novem. to.

PHILADELPHIA, Novem. to.

PHILADELPHIA, Novem. -Hy late advices iron) the nate of Franklin, w learn that their affembly have bun convened, by a (pedal call from the Governor and Council. The principal btilinefs of their meeting was, to take into confideratiOn; the hoilile behavior of his Cathoic klai.fty'
January 12, 1788 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados
 
EDMUND – G. THOMAS ha i for fa!e

EDMUND – G. THOMAS ha i for fa!e

EDMUND - G. THOMAS ha i for fa!e FOUR negroes, viz. two filli!ermen, one ntgro, and a boatman; an elegant 101,111 (word ; few-, ot books and morrocco travellirgcafes, with plated furniture at the colt ; fame ironmongery.. BRIDGE-TO N, January 178fh. ALetter from a gentleman in St
January 12, 1788 - Barbados Mercury - Bridgetown, Barbados, Barbados