By letters received from Norfolk in Virginia, dated the 23rd of July, we learn that on the 10th of that month the ship Betsey of Greenock, Capt. James Young, had arrived there in 19 days from Jamaica, and brought the following melancholy relation which he received from the crew of the Prudence, whom she picked …

A short Description of, and Remarks upon a new State called The Western Territory, being one of four settled by the Americans since 1774. THAT no nation can serve the Americans with good equal in quality and price to Britain, is what the whole world knows, and from experience the most obstinate rebel American dare …

The American trade gets better in very sense –the orders increase, and the payment is much more certain than heretofore. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 21 September 1789, available at the Scissors and Paste Database, http://www.scissorsandpaste.net/396.

By an extract of a letter from Jamaica we learn the following singular fact;–The Captain and crew of the brig Exuma, which arrived there some days before from Newfoundland, having in the course of their passage fallen in with a French schooner, Captain Alward asked the Captain of the schooner to accommodate him with some …

” There have been an amazing number of recruiting parties here these 8 days by gone, and I dare say they have got among them at least 200 recruits this week. Only in two or three particular instances have large sums been given–the bounty is generally from 5 to 6 guineas. ” This place is …

Yesterday a large entry of goods for GeorgiaNew-York, New Providence, and New Brunswick, to the amount of upwards of one hundred and sixty thousand pounds, were entered at the Customhouse. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 13 August 1792, available at the Scissors and Paste Database, http://www.scissorsandpaste.net/399.

The Cherokee Chiefs are not to be presented at Court. After seeing every thing of notoriety in London, and other parts of the kingdom, they will again return to Americain the Spring. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 15 November 1790, available at the Scissors and Paste Database, http://www.scissorsandpaste.net/400.

” A singular revolution has taken place at Martinique. The Governor, Viscount Damas, with the troops, had taken possession of St. Pierre’s; having established peace, as they concluded, they retired to Fort Bourbon; the patriots again at ??ed, have suprised and taken the fort. The governor has escaped with a company of grenadiers, and it …

On Friday died, at his seat at Cromford, the celebrated Sir Richard Arkwright, who introduced the spinning of cotton on Jennies. This gentleman was once a barber that shaved at a penny, but, by this abilities, raised himself to the state of immense opulence, and established the cotton manufacture, for which this country owes him …

The Americans wished to give the title of Highness to General Washington, a President of the Congress, but the hero rejected the offer, saying, that the title he already held, was fully equal to his ambition. Citation: Glasgow Advertiser (Glasgow, United Kingdom), 27 November 1789, available at the Scissors and Paste Database, http://www.scissorsandpaste.net/385.