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By the Commisioners for executing the Office of L. S.

Lord High Admiral of Great-Britain and

Ireland, &c. In pursuance of an act paised in the present sessions of Parliament, entitled, “ An act to prohibit all trade and intercourle with the several colonies therein mentioned?” We do hereby license authorize and permit Nathaniel Pendleton, master of the ship Industry, of the burthen of ninety tons to proceed with the said shipand cargo, consisting of the particulars specified in the schedule annexed, from the port of Liverpool to the port of Boston, or any other in North America, there to unload and deliver the faid cargo, and to return from thence with his faid ship to Great-Britain or Ireland, This licence to subfist and be in force from the day of the date hereof until her return as aforesaid,

Given under our Hands, and the Seal of the Office

of Admiralty, the ist day of February, 1776.
To all Flag Officers, Captains, Commanders, and

other commissioned Officers in his Majesty's Pay;
and also to all others whom these Presents shall
or may concern.

By command of their Lordships,
Note, If any goods, wares or merchandize, other than
stores and provisions for his Majesty's use, or provisions for
the use of the inhabitants of any town or place garrisoned or
poileffed by his Majesty's troops, Mall be found on board
any licensed ship, or if the cargoes shall not correspond with
the particulars specified in the bodies of the respective licences
(the neceffary stores for the ship's use, and the baggage of the
paffengers only excepted) in either of those cates the said
goods, wares, &c. shall be forfeited, seized, and profecuted
as the said act directs.

Tons.

Tons.

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Schedule of the cargo, to be shipped in the Industry from
Liverpool.

Tobacco pipes 10
1 boxes, 20 casks
2 of salt
2 4 Boxes lemons

2 Barrels red herrings. The like licence granted for the ship Renown, to carry shoes, stockings, bay waistcoats, caps, gloves, flannels, and manufa&tured tobacco and other articles purchased by the niunificence of a number of individuals, who ôn account

Potatoes
Ricad
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Cheese
Leer

Tons.
32

Winc
10 Railins
TO Tobacco

5 Sugar
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of the rebellion in North-America had thought fit to give
large fums for that purpose.
The like licence for the ship Endeavour, her cargo confift- .

Feb. ing of 200 oxen and 500 sheep to be taken from Mogodore, No. 3.

1776. or some other port on the coast of Africa. The like licence for the cargo in the ship Providence,

1776. The like licence for the thip Katty, from Glasgow, her Feb. so cargo consisting of 336 barrels of strong beer contained in 1776. 100 hogsheads, and 3000 dozen of bottles packed in caiks. The like licence for the ship City of London, from London,

1776. her cargo consisting of

No. 6.
Beer
Groceries
Cheese

British fpirits
Pork
Linen
Slops

Camp necessaries.
Herrings
Hosiery

Porter The like licence for the ship Christian, from Waterford, Feb. 14, her cargo consisting of

1776. 150 barrels of porter

I ton Aitches bacon 224 ditto beef

2 ditto tongues 3 tons oatmeal

2 gitto cheese 15 ditto peas

4 ditto flour jo ditto biscuits

48 barrels of herrings 25 puncheons rum

2 tons of onions 4 tons of barley

i ditto raisins 3 ditto potatoes

170 firkins of butter 2 ditto bacon hams

300 pounds of black pepper 2 ditto mutton ditto

200 ditto mustard. The like licence for the Le Soye, Planter, from London, Feb. 16, her cargo confifting of

1776. 80 chaldion of coals

No. 8. 1000 gallons fallad oil

25 barrels anchovies 3co sheep

50 C. raifins sco bogs

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50 ditto currants 150 pieces of cloch, afforted

application 50 pounds four of mustard

made to the 250 ditto of Irish linen

25 bushels split peas

Commiffio250 reams of paper 2501. worth of hats, aftorted

ners of the 500 hundred of quills

2501. worth oil and painters colours

customs on 50 pounds of wafers and 30lb. of seal. 250 pieces check or hides ing wax Tooco butt foals for shoes

the igth of Pins and haberdashery to the value of

March.

6000 gross of corks 750l.

5 tons of soap 15 tons of nails or wrought iron Window glass to the value of 1200l. 5 ditto Spanisa and Portugal wines, Twist, stay-tape, buttons, buckram and aftorted

all materials for faylors use, to the 300 dozen ale and bottled beer

value of 200cl. Hofiery aftorted to the value of 7501. 40000 tin plates for tinmen Slops for sailors to the amount of zool. 5 tons of pewter, afforted 2 tons of cheese, Cheshire and 5 puncheons of rum Gloucester

5 C. of candles. 25 barrels Irich tongues The like licence for the ship Mentor, from London, her Feb, 20,

1776. cargo consisting of

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200 oxen

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200 oxen

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wax

7508.

Feb. 20,

No, 10.

Feb. 21,

So chaldron of coals

25 barrels anchovies ftopt upon

50 cwt, raifins the fame 300 Meep

50 ditto currants application joo hogs

50 pounds flour of mustard as made for 150 pieces of cloth, assorted

25 barrels split peas
the licences
52 ditto Irish linen

2501. worth of hats, assorted
52 reams of
paper

2501. worth oil and painters colours 50000 quilts

250 pieces of check 30 pounds wafers and 30lb. sealing 10000 butt soals or hides for shoes

6000 gross of corks Pens and haberdashery to the amount of s chests of green and bohea teá

50 dozen poultry 15 tons of nails or wrought iron

5 tons of foap 5 ditto Spanish and Portugal wines, Window glass to the value of 1200l.. assorted

Twist, itay-tape, buttons, bučkram and 300 dozen of ale and bottled beer

all materials for taylors use, to the Hosiery aftorted to the value of 750l. value of 29col, Slops for sailors to the amount of sool. 40000 tin plates for timmen 21 tons of cheese, Cheshire and 5 tons pewter, assorted Gloucefter

5 puncheons of run 25 barrels Irih tongues

5 cwt, candles. IQvo gallons sallad oil

The like licence for the ship Sukey, from Malaga, her 1776.

cargo consisting of
50 tons of wine

500 chests of lemons and oranges
500 pounds of raisins

50 dozen of fowls. The like licence for the ship Jean and Sally, from Air and 1776.

Cork, her cargo consisting of
22 casks containing 260 dozen of shoes 100 dozen ale
20 ditto containing 61 dozen mutton

60 casks barley
bams

10 tons biscuit 10 bales containing 4800 yards plaid- 5 ditto potatoes

40 ditto coals 730 boxes of candles

18. dozen thread stockings 4 tons of cheese

809 yards sheeting 140 casks wine containing 1400 dozen 4 boxes containing paper, pins, nées port

dles, thread and combs 30 barrels of beef

I cask glass ware 30 ditto pork

2 ditto pewter and tin ware 10 hogsheads leaf tobacco

2 ditto earthen ware 4 tons pigtail

I ditto knives and forks 25 bales Ofnaburghs

5 pipes and 6 half pipes Madeira 200 barrels flour

wine. 220 dozen porter

The like licence for the ship Friendship, from Air, hef 1776.

cargo consisting of
750 barrels of beef

200 ditto soap
100 ditto pork

10 tons biscuit 200 ditto herrings

5 ditro potatoes 200 firkins of butter

160 bushels of peafe 500 boxes of candles Feb. 28,

The like licence for the ship Friendship, from Air, her 1776. cargo consisting of

65 tons

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Feb. 21,

No. 12.

No. 130

65 tons of coals 519 barrels of herrings 120 ditto of Aour 160 bushels of peas

so bolls of potatoes 200 dozen of wine

260 tierces of beef
18 barrels of pork

2 tons of cheese
300 boxes candles
50 ditto soap

Feb. 28,

No. 14.

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The like licence for the ship Jean, from Greenock and

1776. Cork, her cargo consisting of 950 barrels of beef

150 ditto pork

60 tons of coals The like licence for the ship Juno, from Greeno

Feb. 28,

1976. cargo confifting of 50 tons Scots coals

200 ditto white thread Atockings 20 ditto biscuit

2 Jicco filk Itockings 50 barrels flour

20 dozen men's hats ico bushels white peas

6 ditco pair of leather gloves 100 bushels potatoes

12 dicto milled yarn mitos or gloves 100 tierces and barrels of Irith salted beef 500 pieces Irish white linen cloths 40 barrels pork

150 dicto brown linen cloths 40 ditto butter

100 pounds white thread 3 tons of cheese

50 ditto brown thread 24 calks of red herrings

20 pieces Scotch cambrick so puncheons of British plantation À ditto fuperfine scarlet broad clothi

and trimmings 800 dozen quart bottles of London 120 dozen pair worited and yarn stocka porter

ings boo disto Portugal wine

2 pieces of superfine white cloth and 75 ditto French ditto

trimmings 14 quarter casks Spanish ditto

10 ditto Atriped Manchester stuff for s tons refined sugar

vests 3 ditto candles

47 ditto Russia drab fot breeches 2 ditto hard foap

joo dozen linen handkerchiefs 10 hogsheads plantation leaf tobacco 200 pieces coarse wollen cloth 3 ditto manufactured tobacco

20 ditto Scotch milled flannel 500 pounds Scotch manufactured snur 30 ditto shalloons and callimancoes in bottles

200 pair bed blankets 150 dozen pair of leather shoes

50 chests and boxes of lemons

rum

It was thought fit to alter the aforementioried form of licence, and to make another more prohibitory, by expressing in the body, as was done in the note at the foot of the licence copied at the head of this account, that the ship having such licence, would be permitted to go to such town or place only as might be garrisoned or possessed by his Majesty's troops, and the licence last fettled is in the words following, viz

By the Commissioners for executing the office of

Lord High Admiral of Great Britain and

Ireland, &c.
In pursuance of an act passed in the present session of
Parliament, entituled, “ An act to prohibit all trade and
intercourse with the several colonies therein mentioned."
We do hereby, license, authorize, and permit, Mr. M‘Lach-
VOL, IV,

len,

and vessels.

len, master of the ship Pallas, of the burthen of one hundred and sixty tons, to proceed with the said ship and cargo, confisting of the particulars specified in the schedule annexed, from the port of London to the port of Boston,or any other town or place in North America, garrisoned or possessed by any of his Majesty's troops and not elsewhere, and there to unload and deliver the said cargo, and to return from thence with his said ship to Great-Britain or Ireland. This licence to subsist and be in fore'e front the day of the date hereof, uatil her return as aforesaid.

Given under our Hands, and the Seal of the Office of

Adiniralty, the 6th day of March, 1776. 7o all Flag Officers, Captains, Commanders, and othér commissioned Officers of his Majesty's nips

By command of their Lordships, Note, If any goods, wares, or merchandize, other than stores and provisions for his Majesty's use, or provisions for the use of the inhabitants of any town or place, garrifoned or possessed by his Majesty's troos, shalt be found oni bộard any licensed ship, or if the cargoes shall not correspond with the particulars specified in the bodies of the respective licences, (the necessary stores for the ship's use and the baggage of the passengers only excepted) in either of those cases, the laid goods, wares, &c. shall be forfeited, seized, and prosecuted as the said aci directs,

Schedule of the cargo to be shipped in the Pallas, from This was

London Mopped up- Hofiery on the same Grocery and lemong

Gold lace for the officers clothes application Cheese

Silk handkerchiefs and cravats as was made Bacon

Starch for the li. Hams

Hair powder and pomatum cence No.8. Tongues

Druge of several forts
Linens

Wines and cork's
London porter

Oils and pickles; soap and candles
Shirts

Pins and needles
Shifts

Stationary
Shoes, wrought and tansed' feather Haberdashery
Woollen cloths, stuffs and cottons Hats

Wrought iron March 6, The like licence for the ship Adventure, from London, hef 1776.

No. 16.

Iron pots

cargo consisting of
2 gross of claret

goò ditto usquebaugh
to hogiheads of red port:

70 gross porter 5co gallons of geneva

to gress Taunton ale, and 10 gross of 500 ditto French brandy

Dorchettes

No. 17.

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