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7fv) I l ■■ ■ W ■ IB ■■* ■ mis fl f ♦ i sf'-VkO fVwVwz Id C zOl^^7te> vjrv 7 C 3) J I V^jD A Jr r J sAv Or, /Thomas’s Boston Journal A Weekly, Political, and Commercial Paper Open to all Parties, but fhfaitiicedby None, 'DO thou Great LIBERTY inspire our Souls,—And make our Lives in T»vPoffeffion happy,—Or, ourVeithigtortiut in thy just Defence.' Vol. ll.] Cuflom-Urufe Decern. 1771, WHEREAS there has been great on the part of the owner* of filndry vrffea in the plantation* it* not complying with the ad of the 7th and Bth WILLIAM 3d. Cn,'and more particularly the 21st L&- wh rein it i» en‘ afted, « That no (hips name registered (hail be afterward* changed without regif tring such Ihip de nova, which required to be done upon any transfer of Propet ty to another port, and delivering up the for mer certificate to be cancelled, and in case there be any alteration of property in the *lame port, by the laic of one or more Ihare* in any Ihip after registering thereof, such (ale shall always be acknowledged by m dorfement on the certificate of the regtfter, before two witnesses, in order to prove that the entire property in such Ihip re mains to fame of the fubjedb of Great-Bri tain, if any dispute ariie* concerning the fame.” , 1 And whereas all vessels trading at or pc longing to any port in America, the own er* or masters of which shall omit to com ply with the given in the (aid ad, will be liable to the fame profecution*. and penalties as if such vcflcl* were owned entirely by foreigners: The ConMrJffioners of his Majel ty’a Cuftow therefore. give this notice, that* aR perfon’ .concerned may govern tbemfelves accordingly. By order of the Cammiffioners, * Sam'l Mathew, pr Scry. I o be LE 1» A Convenient Blacksmiths thop at the North-End. Enqtwc of the Printer. * ALL persons indebted to the ef ute of JOHN McGRATH, laic of Charlbstown, leather breeches mak er, deccafed, we desired to immediate payment to Daniel Whi ala M»ftdc exe cutor to the last will and testament of the de ceased : And all who have any demanda up on said cftate * are desired to bring them in to said executor, in ordes to a speedy fettle meat* * Bojkn, December 27. »77*‘ * To be OP D cheap, A Cooper’s Shop, Warehouses and Wharf tn Fish-street. Enquire of Abigail Marshall, of Boston, in Fifh ftreet aforefaid, or Francia Marshall, of Newton. v To be SOLD, AS genteel a chimney GLASS ■** as any in America. A Ifo, a eery large and elegant room Glass that will do to match it. Enquire of the Pi inter. LOST, between Back- street and the Market, a ft ver Nutmeg-grater CASE, engraved, with two letter* marked thereon; Whoever has found the fame is 'defired to leave it with the Printer, and the) fhaH be rewarded for their trovb-e. NEW RICE, Indigo,’ and a few quintals of choice dumb Hlb, brown and loaf Sugars, Tea, Coftee, Cho col ate,Spices,Cheefe, Indian and Rye Mca\ Oatmeal, Spetrtiaceti 0/1, to be foid Cheap for Cafb, at CHARLES LOWE’S Shop in Marshall’s-Lane, faceing th# Bos toN-STONt. N. B. English Beer and London Porter, fold as usual. Cash given f r Hotties. AMES’s, Lowe’s, Gleaton’s (or MafGchufetts Calender) 2nd Sterne*# ALMANACKS, to be fold by 1. Tho mas, near the Mill-fridge* January 7, 1773* DANIEL SCOTT, At hi* Medicine Store the Sign of the .. Leopard, South End. npAKEb this method of in form -* iqg all Gentlemen, Ladies, and o then, who have had the Misfortune to lose their Teeth, that he fttii continues the Bu siness of making and fixing artificial Teeth as usual, in so elegant a manner at to be but little inferior to the natural, either ih * or Beauty, as many who have experienced them can teftify 2 Where also any Person afflicted with painful Stumps or unsound Teeth, may have them removed with a pe culiar Dexterity and Ease.—And all Perfon* who have the Scurvy in their Teeth, which threaten* their removal though found, may have them cleaned without hurting the Ena mel, or in the least degree impairing them,and may befupplied with hisDiNTiUMCdNsftß vator, which is an excellent Powder, the heft adapted for preserving the Teeth and Gum*, and preventing them from Aching, of any Preparation ever offered to the Pub lic : it win cure the Scurvy in the Gems, bring the Teeth to their original Whiteness, and by a continuance ff its Use, will serve both Teeth and Gums in a during life—lt i* rot pretended that it will perform Impoffibilitics, that it will rotten Teeth found, or win ease them When they violently aebj but it will afluredft preserve those Teeth found that arefo, and cause the Gum* to adhere to them and pre vent those that are decayed in pact, from becoming worse. At the above Store may be had Morgan’s ufeful Eye-Water,which a* in so many cafe* been found serviceable that it must escape the censure of the most critical Oculift—Brigjfen’s famous Bug Li quid, which efft&uaily destroys those hate fui Vermin,—be they ever so numerous.— An affoitment of genuine patenteed and other Medicines of the best quality, and Medicine Boxes for Families or Shipping, with exad and particular dire&tons for ulc ing them, and a variety of other articles cheap. The above Powder may be had also of Cox and Berry io Boston, DoHor Kaft in Salem, and Dummer Jewett, Efq;at Ipswich A. ELLISON, Just arrived from London, At the South-End, next doer*to ( Mr. Greenlaw’s* and opposite the Sign of the W kite Horia, BINDS Books in the various methodi; gentlemen’s libraries neatly gilt and lettered, and e’eaned and fitted up, either in town or country, on reafbnable terms. N. B. He has imported, a Quantity of the best English Pot and Fools-cap Paper, which he will fell very cheap. To be SOLD, by JONATHAN DAVIS; At his Store on Bull’s wharf, TWO hundred barrels*of Tar, Brimstone, Weft-India and New- England Rum, Jamaica Spirits, Salt, a few bales of Cjtton-Wool, Long-lfUndHay in bundles. * N E w • R I e t, Just imported and to oe fold by JOHN WINTHROP, At his Store ths south-side of Faacuil Hall, Market. Also, a few barrels of CHOICE BEEF and PORK. Tbh day ware p*blijbe<L prite *.*. td. OEVEN Sermons, viz. I. Of the O Unpardonable Sin sgainft the Holy Ghost : Or, the Sin unto death* IL The Saint's Duty and Exercise: in Two Parts. Being an Exhortation to, and Direction for, Prayer. UI. The Accepted Time, and Day of Salvation. IV. The End of Time and beginning of Eternity. V, Jejhuai Resolution to serve the Lord. VI. The Way to Heaven made plain. Vil. The fu ture State of Man : Or, A Treatise on the Refurre&on, . - • , 4 ByROBERTR V S S E L L, At SVBIEX. ( Bofion: Printed and fold by I. Thomas near Mill-Bridge. > Tins Day was pubbjbed, , The fiew Book of Knowledge, shewing the Efftfls of the Planet* and o ther Aftronomicat Conftdlationi; with the strange Event* that befal M*n, Women and Children, born under them. .Toge ther with the Hufbandman’* Practice : Or, Prognofticatfon* foreveh With the Shep herds perpetual Pkognofticsftion for the -Weather. A!fo» • brief Discourse oft the b&tahsl Causes of Meteor* * with an sc eoUht of fevend remarkable Earthquake*, Thunder, Lightnings, Comet*, "Waiing-Stars, &c. thsthavo happened in And Obfcrvations on the Weather, arid Stops* foMWlitng Rain. A brief Colle&ioa of all the Members of Man Phyfiognamfeed t The Signification of Molea on Men and Women 1 The in terpretation of Dream*: And Ppshagtras's Wheel of Fortune. With fevtrai other Secrets of Art snd Nature, not to be f»Md in any other Book of this ICnd and Price. Bofton,Printed and Ibid by I. F HOM AS, near the Miil-Biidge. tbit day wot publifad* The Happiness and Pteafare of Umry in Chaitian Society, eonftdere-J ; in a Sermon preached at a Ledure in Bolton, New-England, on Wodnefday, August 16th, 1771; 0/ ZABDIEL ADAMS, A. M. P*ftor of a Church in Lttnenburgb. Boston: Printed and fold by L near the Mill Budge. At the fame place may be had, Spelling-Books, Psalters, Primers, Acadences, &c. Likewise Psalm-Books, New- England’s Memorial; Efchol, 01 a CluAer the Fruit of Canaan brought to be Borders, by Dr. Owen ; Wife, on the New England Churches, &c. Small Books for Children, Slates, Sealing-Wax, Wa fers, Quills, &c. &c. TO be fold by Samuel Sloane, at bisDiftil-Houfe, oppofitethe Blue - bait andMaWs-ArnraJormerlyGreen-Dra goa, NewtEngfend RUM, and all forts of SPIRITS, cheap fofcalh or Molasses j and as he nfakes those articles himfelf, be will /arrant them fir for any market. LEE ind JONES” Have for sale at their (hop near the Swing- Bridge, at the lowest advance, A Large aflbrtment of Winter fl GOODS, Stationary, china Cuff and Saucers, gold and Giver Laces and Buttons i a gredt variety of LADIES SILKS, SILVER WATCHES, Gunpowder, Brimstone, NaHs, Glass, O’ A few pipes of Fyal Wine. AMES’S Almanack.for 1773. just publish ed and to be fold bv Ruftcil & Hicks, in Union street, next the Cornhe'd. For the Massachusetts SP Y* Mr. I HOMAS, Pee pit in all ages have bad the utme/i alter* tenet /xUsurpiKo TYRANTS. / am fend of reading dnecdetes of fee mor timey vtrhere Tyranny hat met with itt just reward I there fore beg yon would injert the following dneedote of the remarkable firmnefs and jujlue of Tinu* I ton of Corinth. T Z. TIMOLEON wss of nobte rank in the city of Ccninth, lilt was more diftin guifhrd by his ardent love of liberty, than by his bn th. He was naturally mild and gentle, the fweetnef* of hi* disposition would not fuffer him to hate any but tyrants, and the domestic enemies of his country. He pof (efled the most Unfbakan Courage to the de cline of a very long lite, which was temper ed, even in hi* cailieft youth, by the most extraordinary and admirable prudence. He had an alder brother called Timo phan£s, in every refpe& the reveife of him, imprudent, ralh, ambitious, .Ind ever aiming at illegal power; affecting an tppearancu>of uncommon valour, and a certain ardor it* all military exploits, yrhich procured birh the admiration id the populace, and, in con fcquencS of that, the highest poft* jn ib« commonwealth. Timolcon loved him with the most tender and afftPed him in obtaining such cflice* as wwprot meou fiOunt with the freedom of hi* country, by leffsniflg bis errors sod letting such good qualitiM st ha pofl&flsd in the strongest light ihey would bean ; T tn 1 battle, 1 in which Timophane* Com manded the Corinthian cavalry, bis horfa being wounded, threw him into the midst of the enemy } his troops, except a very inedh fiderable number* dispersed j and the few remaining, overpowered by multitudes,were unab e so make further refinance f whoa Timoleon, who served in the infantry, hear* of hit brother’s danger, flew to his relcue, and covered him with bis buckler, as he lay wounded on the field । and, after receiving many ftrounda himfelf, obliged the enemy to retire, and at the extremen hatud of hia own life, preferred that of Timopbancs. Soon aftrf this action, the Corinthians, for the freurity of their bity, tbok into their pay a band of fotlr hundred Grangers, and gave the command of (hem to Timopharies f who, without regard to the ties of honour, just ice, or gratitude, corrupted them to serve bis own ambitious purpofet, and render hint mafterof those who had entrusted him with power he was unworthy of J and having cut off many of the best and principal citizens, who Were the molt likely to oppose his de signs, uncondemned, and without trial, de clared himfelf King of Corinth. This conduit threw the virtuous Timole on into desperation j he begged, he entreat ed, he rem onftrated, he conjured his brother by every thing most sacred, to repair the in juries he had done bis unhappy country, and renounce a power so which be had no claim, but by the most ufJrpation, and which We could not keep but by thtdeftruc tion of Corinth. But when he found his admonitions received with contempt, and not heard without impatience and anger, be reiblved on a second and more powerful at tempt ; and taking With him Efchylus, bro ther to the wife of Fimophancs, and Ortba goras, who was theii common friend, be re- to bis brother, and all three surround ing him, be fought him by the piety he owed to tbe Gods, and by the genius of bis native country, before it was too late, to listen to tbe voice of resfon and of virtue. Timo phanes at firft ridiculed their (implicit?, but afterwards, being very vehemently prefled, began to give way to fury and indent trow | when Timofeon, tedding to neccffity, turn ed sfide, and calling up Ms eyes ftrcsonng with tears to Heaven, coveted hie face with h:s robe, wbiid the o»ber two with their fwordsinlaflUy d'(patched [Numb. 99.