IN UMBER 4.IO
-CAROL itiJ GAZET
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With the latefl: ADVICES, Foreign and .Dome
SEMPER PRO LIBERTATE, ET BONO PUBLICO. r
J, wtfcatitht property of all fuch pcrjhnsas art inimical, and tna't of the united ftaTes. . The former marched from its line 4
A A3 let Jj rit fAn XBt within a eer, 0f Thurfdav the cih. leavine only its jfick, and a fmall neceiTa-
through Germantown driving before it our.
'T BSJLl Afliti thereof, and of fuch terfons oattols of hprfe, and exchanging firejwith outjpickets and ad.
W W Be admitted 'as' citizens and fir ianced parties of infantry. The Britifc foldiers at they ad-
tdenLntioned vanced thrown the village, forced the doors dftheinhab
rtrnt' ie narn ! rolin finve heretofore wi th the battt of their mulkets, uttering execrations againrt tne
ovrned'and poffeflft lands; tenements, and He4 rebels and all their abettors. On thenorning of the bt wete
r ir- ...ui : j ;nfiKfK.nrp that thfe enemy had eneampeaon Vneltnut
redltameStS anu alio muvuic yivwcu; .. wnm .w - ' i - . --r ' 1. j 1 r
: ftate, have withdrawn themfelves from the fame, Hill, and from the enormous fmoakei too largefor urppfo
and attached themfelves to the enemies of the of a camp, which appeared at different times and indifferent
tt.:.i4 :.,fnf Americi ard alfo divers perfonr, whohave d rectiom, we luipeciea iraw 17 f Uw..s .
Ut Xciry of the United Wanton conflagrations; boc we founderward, ,hahe waa
U crl w1?Va?beiri their proper amleqoat part in no houfe of conference aeftroyed this quarter Two barns,
I Xnior rrl freedorn ihd I inendebce of the fame; n-d al- and a fquare tower, which had been ba.lt a. a loofc-ou were
riho bavin b-en beyond the booed, of the the only facrifices they offered to jyranny in jth w .ghbour-
1 ".f"!0 Shfb Jn ?nl of the pefene war, have -failed hood. W. regiment, fSSS&jSA
wu..vw - - - - o -v . j if a m. nrnf hattie wereaeiunca w at, wi mian utiumtIlkj
to return and unite theif efcetts tor tne corn mo . "7 tKn the enemWs flanklliwere ordered to
ithe; militia be-
attempts to rally
the enemy filed
jenkin's town ;
n tnrca:enea c: . . ,.-, r .
time be viven for luch as have it in tneir power iu aucugc n..... , t . r K ; l nr rti.fr
ver attentive to the rights of natural juttice, and ever reaay ana on uy - ' - wcre endeavouring to turn
Willing to receive to grace and favour all who are Y W d 0Hpontion in conlequence, d upoa
uchedroliberty, .to recede them as citizens and reftore them e adva inr ia two coXmns, Morgs
td theoficuions wnicn once oeionpo y-w.. andHhe Mary'ard militia were ordered to harrais tfieir
I Hm ;lr,rr,naiJBvtbe general Mtmhly cfthe State of berth- corps and, tfte tarv;aR1. - t XL
2 v; .V... ,Arw af the fame, that richt iianK; Jtnere .u... .-r:iTr
Uarouna. ana tr u mti'j.cw "J Yy J . !,..... Mr,
all the lands, tenements, heridttaments, and movable property
,t.kr RraJ. and all and every nsnt, tine ana micrcu .
orari's and the Britifti light infantry ; the latter hav-,;mnrnf?-nt
ufe of their extraordinary allowahce of
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fuffered, and eyery man that appeared would have been
t on the oth tne enemy remaincu lu puiuwu, auu Uuu,i w
ver of their ufual llratagem, leaving great fires on their ground
decamped -in the evening, it was uouoicu . u .rrr.-7
meant to retreat, or wnetner mey were uuiuung-w u wiun
- J r .4iJ r.i- Mfjht: Coiint Pulafki with a JDar-
nates, :nu wi.u-.ni u v.!v.i - -Vr 3
ay time during the pref-rit war attached himlelf to, or aided or
abered the enemies of the united fUtes, pr who has withdrawn
himlelf from this or any of the united Ilates alter the dayattre. eZcforzt on bur riglat; Count Pulafki with a par-
laid, and iiill reives beyona tne iimi ox mo u....cu .v,..u , , d a f infantry whicli he had colletted, follbw-
uiilefs fuch perf-n fhall at the next genera; Afiembly which Jul! " m. fcerrJned, light parties were ordfi-red to pur-
i. i r. .v- nf DftXr.. in the vcar one thoufand tne enemy ,w . u.,. .,-
ievfr. hundred and feventy eight, appearand be bv th? fud Af-
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--.j - Knrlv mfutiDort them : but the enemy s march.
me, aim . joi" y - " . r . ... - , , , '
was too rapid to aiiow ciincir uugv (iiavu:, -u; v.
than Count Pulaflii's party, who, withhis handful ofmeni,
made an attack upoh.their rear guard. j Very early yefterday
roorninci 'after burning a tavern caneu uic xvumg oua. uw
fAnbly admitted to.fhe privilege of a citizen ot tim jtaie, ana
reHored to the polleilions and property whicn to him once be-
: lonred within the fame. ; . ' ...
! Provided, that this Aa fhall not extend to. fuch perfons.ns ate,,
or have been aaually employed in tne lemceor mcuniicu harboured tnerrfelves.
or anyor tnemr ana nave nui ucicu.u kw -; ---.-
ftrned to Mte ocrmiffibn to fuch perfons as have removed them- i,ff.rT the brave Maior Morris i what the ene-
feIveSi or have been removed under the compulfive authority ot . ferera, fe;toifiies h not known. Col.' Morgan
i.r: -r.ut. n.- hr Have removed thcmieSvcs to avoid j 1U ,n , r ..aoki; ho nf9;nn nfVi
. . . r- .1 ' .u:- Ant. r rornrfi thereto. , or WHO i a 0 i ,i -Lt
takirg the oatn or ajicgianwc ; ;i '
r- f !.1t ' tner??pnts. h?rr-di!r.n?ents, or
moveable property, by fuch perfoni maiC 1?
r - n r A (T.nUlu nfTr! at the llt
Philadelphikj and Sealing a few milch cows and hqrfes, ihey
1 I'llUS ail CAUCU1UUU) vV a Wivu Aaw
r-heace it was thought lome
in degrading the
killed arid wound
a t A n:.:v t:V. :nronrri Ifl- o-rMt man V in their
corps, lays tae jjfiiiii t---"
HcirmiQi with.him. ' Whife the armies were in prefence y hid
fcveral deferters and .priioners trom tnem tnoie iaKen mcHm
nrr.,;.. or ourfuant to an aa of Afiembly. pafled at the I a ft " . k of unrre in Germantown, in the rear of the
: :p A!,jr.-kl' ;B;rW rrr didarir? livhat y J .r T ... TWrrrec f ntirhad
if urn or mn nutmui;i ""-"'- . . v
rrtW andtraaicis againjt the JIate jhallle trtafr endhaf fiatt
i ., - : - A.;j;ntr Auntlhmer.tt adccticU to crimes
.,c7i r7i, W .r prevent the danger. whch tnay.artfc frot
ftrfins diajiaed to thejiaie. ' ...
1 6. 1777.
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Extrekef a Mir fioti an cf.cer at camp, dJJc: !V .
T T il probable tnit by this time you cxPeae4 to have bejn
I riiedofa tH:d general battle Between the royal army
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r- .i ' -A J.,-L- Thfr rfrfifc nf flUK hart
enemv, were ior ine mcu ptv iun.. r . ,
been pclled' at Frankford, ,aV.d as the ettemy did not extend
themftlvfcs to the right cf Germantpwn, thefJellin upon the e
nemy's rear, . and colkaed ftragglers with impimity.-; .
You will now pfobably'afk, what account of the enemjrja
condua is to begh en ? My idea of the matter is fimply thii . ;
Sir William Howe imagined that on tht firfl apjcarance of" th ;
Britim armv the (hivcring, half naked defender? of libmy,
would Jiave decamped and left him matter of the country ; that
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