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Queen's American Rangers
Recruiting Notice

September 16th, 1780


ALL able bodied men who are free and willing to serve his Majesty King GEORGE the Third, by bearing arms in the Cavalry or Infantry of the Queen’s Rangers, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Commandant


Each approved Recruit shall immediately receive Three Guineas Bounty Money, by applying to Capt. SHANK at No. 3, Fletcher Street, between Burling-Slip and the Fly Market, or to Lieutenant MATHESON, at No. 1033 Water-Street.

Whoever brings a Recruit shall instantly receive One Guinea Reward.

The Royal Gazette, (New York), September 16th, 1780.

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