New York Volunteers
For the ENCOURAGEMENT of all
WHO are willing to serve in his Majesty’s regiment of NEW-YORK VOLUNTEERS, during the present wanton and unnatural rebellion, AND NO LONGER:- the Sum of
Will be given above the usual BOUNTY, a SUIT of NEW CLOATHS, and every other necessary to compleat a Gentleman Soldier.
Those who are willing to shew their attachment to their King and country, by engaging in the above regiment, may call at Major SHERIDAN’s quarters, next the Post-Office, in Broad-street; at Captain HOWARD’s, at King’s-Bridge; or at the regiment now stationed at Powles-Hook; where they will receive present pay and good quarters.
N.B. Any person bringing a well-bodied loyal subject, to either of the above places, shall receive ONE GUINEA for his trouble.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
The Royal American Gazette, (New York), July 2nd, 1778.
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