For BALTIMORE in MARYLAND,
THE Ship PRINCE OF WALES, Thomas Morrison, Master, Burthen
350 Tons, remarkably well caculated for the Accomodation of
Passengers, being very high between Decks, will sail for the
Port aforesaid on the first Day of July next. Those who chuse
[choose ?] to embrace the favourable oppertunity [opportunity ?]
as Passengers, Servants or Redemptioners are desired to apply to
Mr. James Thompson of Londonderry, Merchant, or the Captain, who will
agree with them on the most reasonable Terms. Captain
Morrison's long experiance [experience ?] in the trade, has good
success and humane Treatment to his Passengers, makes it unnessessary
to say any more in his favour, than to assure those who do apply,
that they may depend on the best Usage.
Londonderry, 1st June, 1773.
N.B. Any Person consignious to Larne, Belfast, Antrim,
Ballymena or Glenarm, are desired to apply to Mr. Robert White,
who is now at Larne, and sails Mate in said Ship, who will
agree with them on reasonable Terms.