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Prince of Wales' American Regiment
Recruiting Notice


THAT are able and willing to serve his Majesty KING GEORGE the Third, for two years, or during the rebellion, in the Prince of Wales's American Volunteers, commanded by his Excellency Brigadier-General BROWN, now lying at King's-Bridge, let them repair to Mr. John BURROW's, at the sign of the Globe, near the Main Guard; Mr. James WEBB, at the lower end of Maiden-Lane; Mr. John DAVAN, the corner of the Fly-Market, or at Mr. John C. BRANNON's, at the upper end of Chapel street, opposite the New Brick Meeting: At either of these places, Gentlemen Volunteers will be kindly entertained, and receive their full bounty, appointed by his Majesty, (as an Officer will attend the several houses for that purpose, to inform them of advantages to that Corps in particular.)

N.B. All persons that wish well to his Majesty's service, will be kind enough, when they meet with any person out of employ, or others that they think fit to serve his Majesty, and will bring them to any of the above houses, shall receive Two Dollars, with thanks for their trouble.

The Royal Gazette, (New York), February 7th, 1778.

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