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re or after a dang article expert month of
The day of the week on which every month of 1776 began: A belp
find the date of any article expressed as falling on a certain week-das before or after a date mentioned.
[The ist, 8th, 15th, 22d, and 29th, of a month, fall on the same week-day. – The month-day advances one week-day every common year, and iwo every leap yearfo, as 1776 was a leap year, January and February advance two days in 1777, and all the rest of the months. fall one week-duy after that on which the fame month-day fell in 1976. January, Monday. May, Wednesday. September," Sunday.. February, Thursday. June, Saturday. I Oétober, Tuesday. March, Friday.. 1 July, Monday. I November, Friday. April, , * Monday. Auguft, Thursday, December, Sunday.
Pag. 363. col. sal. 5. 6. read-in Florida, and to the province of Georgia, -A correction in a subsequent gazette.
Notes inclosed thus [ ]; for explaining or illustrating any thing in a paper or extract, are generally our own. 'Notes added by the authors of the pieces inferted, or by the compilers of the collections from which we take them, are not so inclosed. Examples of both may be foco, - of the first p. 75. and of the second p. 103. of this volumc.
References made by letters and figures, when no book is named, point to this collection ; the letters directing to the volumes, and the figures to the pages : cx. gr. Scots Magazine, vol. xxxvii. [or Mag. 1775.] p. 661. is thus referred to [xxxvii. 661.] in this volume, p. 49. col. 1. lin. 48. — Vol. i. answers to the year 1.739, vol. ii, to 1740, and so on, a volume every year. — Figures without letters, point to pages of the volume in which the reference is made.
To the BINDER. ' N UT away the blue covers, and the advertisements stitched in any of the Ma. U gazines ; and place this quarter of a Mhcet, containing the General Title. page, thc Chronological Series of Events, &c. before the Magazine for January.
Place the map of the country round Philadelphia, so as to front p. 481.
SCOTS MAGAZINE. JA NU A RY, 1776.
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and effectually suppressing such wicked As abftra&t of the act to prohibit all trade a
and daring designs; and for preventing and intercourse with the colonies of New
any aid, supply, or afliftance being fent Hampfbire, &c. [xxxvii. 682.]
thither, during the continuance of the T HE preamble sets forth, That said rebellions, and treasonable commo
whereas many perfons in the tions, be it therefore declared and ecolonies above recited, have nacted, &e. That all manner of trade
set themselves in open rebel. and commerce shall be probibited with hon and defiance to the just and legal the said colonies; and that all thips and authority of the King and parliament of vefsels belonging to the inhabitants of G. Britain, to which they ever have been, the said colonies, together with their and of right ought to be fubject; and cargoes, apparel, and furniture, and all have assembled together an armed other thips and vessels which shall be torce, engaged his Majesty's troops, and found trading to or with any of the said attacked his forts; have usurped the colonies, or going to trade, or coming powers of government, and prohibited from trading, fhall become forfeited to al trade and commerce with this king. his Majesty, as if the fame were the thips dum, and the other parts of his Maje. and effects of enemies. As'adoo:inions : for the more fpeedily And for the encouragement of the of* VOL. XXXVIII.