The Virginia Gazette

October 21, 1773. Number 1160. Page 2, Column 2

FREDERICKSBURG, October 13, 1773.

The Ship Noble Bounty, John Dutchman Master, now lying at Hobb's Hole, on Rappahannock River, will take in TOBACCO, upon Liberty of Consignment, to any Gentleman in London, at eight Pounds Sterling a Tun.

Those who choose to ship are desired immediately to leave their Notes, or Orders, with James Mills Esquire, & Co. at Urbanna, the Captain on Board, or with William Porter in Fredericksburg, as the Ship will certainly sail by the Middle of next Month.