Bristol Journal (Newspaper) - February 28, 1789, London, Middlesex B Printed by J. RU D H A L L and Where &c. are taken No. 2106. in and and Printing neatly - iu ' 1 - 1 - ' - Vol. February 28, 1789. Sunday's & Tuesday's FOREIGN Feb. 10. THAT we on the eve of a war is no longer All the making here give us than ever to believe that will be Sunday it was announced on the that the King had of fix vacant HOUSE of Feb. 19. The Lord Chancellor immediately left the and their to the following effect reports of his he highly for fome days and that of this day purported that he advance ia He it to the whether it would not be to defer the further of this for a few that it might be greater whether it might not prove wholly in of his there was now good to would foon take He that every Lord who heard him would cordially unite with him in the loyal that fuch recovery might be as as He concluded with that the order of the dav be till Lord Stormont next and the high he felt at the approaching of his Sovereign's he could rejoice more than he whenever thai event mould It was a object of he to for the of a deficiency in the by fo fevere a as that which had befallen his The nature of this of was heightened bv the that every from whatever caufe it a to a It could not be that the of a even if not fettered with on the executive had that vigour and energy v Inch attended the of the regular He rejoiced at the hopes mow held out of the King's return to his on not in ct for the health of his but from hoping to avoid the of appointing any Regent at He proceeded to that if the Prince of Wales mould be inverted with the he was confident bis Royal would of with dignity and and would give an earned of that propriety of which he would hereafter purine on his to the of his a period which perhaps he not s had no objection to the delay by the learned could not be attended with any ill whether the King within improve in or His Royal the Duke of York then and in the following 1 your will do me the to believe that no in the Houfe could feel equal with from the favourable account which the Lord on the has and the motion he has made to the in which I entirely have had great in making the fame communication to the if 1 had been enabled to do it from any certain I thought it my duty upon the favourable reports given to the to to be admitted to his very 1 have no it was not thought that I have that the knowledge I have of my brother's though lean have had no immediate communication with him upon the oi this I am convinced that he will feel equal if not greater than at the hopes of his as it mull relieve him from the of the in which the would have placed which nothing but a of his duty to the public would have induced him to When the Duke fat there was a continued murmur of approbation in the Houfe for had their immediately adjourned to HOUSE of CO M M O N S. Fr i Feb. 20. Lord Stanhope's ox Mr. that early in March he would that the Houfe appoint a dav lor taking into consideration the complaining of the lafl of An Act for the better the Rights of qualified to Vote at County and praying a repeal of the faid Act. jour x m e x t. 7 he Chancellor of the Exchequer That tha Houle adjourn to Before the Speaker had putting the Mr. Vyner and a motion for adjournment to at that period of the when none of the public was gone without a fingle in of fuch appeared to him to be a moll extraordinary and unprecedented He he had a guefs at the for fo a and if he in his the was a joyous one to that Houfe and the Country in cry of but he could not help that they might have the of hearing the by fuch high authority as the in to enable them to communicate 10 their with confidence and Xo being perhaps Mr. Pitt could not from the evidence of the Lord Chancellor was enabled to the was and the Houfe adjourned to Feb. 21-23. Feb. 20. His makes daily in Feb. 21. His happily advances in At nine o'clock lafl the Lord Chancellor and Lord Loughborough waited on his Royal the of Wales at where they were with his till when Lord Loughborough but the Lord Chancellor continued with his till half pail one this lor fome days the of Dr. which were nine in have all been 3s wanted no official went to the Duke of Dor let and Mr. with the joyful tidings of the King's Mr. Strahan yellerday 10 the Houfe of an account of the incurred in printing as by the County Election aft of lafl The as far as could be already is 39,0001.-To the about The Dowager Lady Dudley has declared me is not In a writ will be granted to fummon the Dudley to his feat in the Houle of Upon a moderate the value of the timber for now ready to be cut down on the Crown Lands in is at 2oq,ooo1. which will prove a grateful to the as well as prevent that fum going out of the In the Houfe of Lords on Monday the Committee on the State of the nation was when Lord that the words Lords and be and make a part ot the pa fled by tire Houfe of Commons to his Royal the Prince of Wales to the office of and to the Royal in Ireland during the continuance of his At half paft twelve o'clock the Houle 41-Proxies, 4 Not 20 Majority the 19 0 X F 0 R D Baron and Mr. 5, at Saturday March 7, at March 11, at Saturday March 14, at March 17, at Saturday Match 21, at March 26, at Monday March 30, at IV ESTER N C I R C U I T. Mr. arj Mr. Mai en 5, at the of K March 7. v March 11, at Monday March 16, at the of City avd of The fame at the oldie City of Monday March 23, at Friday March 27, at the of fr 0' The following from Mr. John of the learned and celebrated talents are highly and by the ingenious cannot but be very to the not only as to the and integrity of the parties to whom it is but alio upon the of their Jan. 29, 1789. Gent r e me I received your and alfo a for my of a of One in the late I think I am in bound to that you have acted by me like Gentlemen of the have examined your plans with and do not to them of very great advantage to the without any really and fairly in every point of with your and My name is well known in the cal without will have fome little if it be by that to make ufe of my in any public will be of to you have my free to do it. I your humble JOHN To and No. February 11, 1789. For BOSTON and PORTSMOUTH in North The George Bi A new and experienced Com mand e Will wind and weather the 25th For freight or apply to in or to Captain on B 12, 1789. E Feb. O S T 0 The BRIG E X E T Robert fail and weather the 25th For freight apply to the Captain on or to Edward Fa km 1 Rj in Feh 6, 178a. The BRIG GOOD Will be ready to take in Goods the intended to fail on before the 20th of great part of her Cargo being For Particulars apply to Ames Hel licar and No. 18." or to W. For BALTIMORE in The Brig DANIEL A remarkable fall failing American with good to take in goods on the 26th and will fail the loth of March next and weather of her Cargo is For freight or apply to John or to WILLIAM February 19, 1789, TH E and of this have directed public Notice to be That at the next or fome Meeting of the it is intended to and appoint Three be for carrying into Execution the of the Aft of Parliament of the twenty-eighth of his An Acl for regulating Buildings and within the City of and the ties that the ot the fo to be will be as follow up down through up Hoi and St. and all of the City on the or lide from Second part oft he faid City of as lies on the Wellward or Left-hand iide of fair1 Streets before pai Third part of the faid City as is within the parishes of St. St. Thomas ancl BATH & and R 0 YA L POST CO AC HE St Carrying FOUR CONTINUE to fet out from tlie HEAD and every at two and I mm the and at to the SARACEN's GEORGE and BLUE and WHITE from whence they return every day to the lame Inns and The M E R C U R In Fourteen Hours from Every and at SEVEN o'clock from the CHRISTOPHER and GREYHOUND to the above from whence they return the fame day at the lame * The moderate charge made on parcels and their delivery particularly d by HODGES and Co. Families may be accommodated with at own B R I S T O L. he LET by for at Rents by the Foot in at the 1 r 1 in on MONDAY the Ninth day of at One The G R O U N D in adjoining ol ( hi Imn in FOUR as is delineated in the Plan The being that adjoining to Coward and containing feet fix inches in the Lot feet the third twenty-nine and the fourth corner Lot between and the 1 rout thei eot will be and will be at twenty-two feet nine being the length ot the in if continued on 111 a This GROUND from its and the f mall expence at which it maybe is well the attention of Builders and For the particulars and elevation of the intended the plan of the and conditions of apply to and or Mell T. BRASS WORK At near ON Friday 1789, will be SOLD by A U C T I O at the SHAKESPEARE in at four o'Clock in the By JOHN G O O D H A L not of by private of which timely notice will be the B R ASS WORKS and with the Apparatus and of every ufed in making belonging to the Birmingham Old Bra Is trading under the Firm of Thomas Salt and Birmingham Brafs The laid Works are at in the of and county of are in good and have every complete for making upwards of 200 Brafs per with a good of calamy and materials ufed for the is very being on the bank of the about three miles from near to the Coal are held under a Leafe of which 35 years were unexpired the 29th of September and to a ground rent of per a good new-built ufed for the reception and fale of the Company's at the upper End of in near the and held under a of which 58 years were unexpired the 29th of September to a rent of 5I. per a Piece of in the Liberty of in the county of that has been ufed for the receiving and of through which runs a fine of and is held under a of which 16 years were unexpired the 2gth of September to a yearly charge of 3I. 103. Tickets for viewing the and further Particulars may be had ot the Mr. Richard Mr. Samuel Merchant or of the in St. of Jan. 19, 1789. Feb. 9, 1789. JOHN HOSIER and J next to with the warmed fenfe of favours conferred on by his Friends and the Public fince he began begs leave to return his grateful and humbly their future to merit which will be his takes the opportunity of informing his that he executes on the belt and therein their TO be SOLD by By J. S M I T On MONDAY the gth day of March between the hours of Three and Six in the at the in in the County of The following in Lot well-built or and leveral pieces and parcels of meadow and now in the occupation of Mrs. containing A. R. by 38 3 Lot 2.-a well-built and pieces or parcels of meadow and now in the occupation of Mr. John Jennings and others containing by 20 o Lot 3.-A containing doles of meadow and now in the occupation of the laid Mrs. containing by ig 2 The above lie in the Manor of and county and will be fold for a Term ol 99 determinable on the deaths of thiee two of may be named by the Lot 4. - A with an and thereto in the occupation ot Evans and containing by 83 Lot 5-Several of containing by 4 g Lots 4 and 5 He within the Manor in the faid and will be lold foi a Term of 99 years v determinable on the deaths of to be named by the Lot 6\ - A Piece of called to an containing by 2 o Lot 7. - A alio an 111 the u of John 10 Lot 8. -One of in in the occupation of Mrs. by 10 Lot 9-A 111 the ol containing by 3 o - One Plot of Ground on the of near now in the occupation of J ames containing by 1 o Lot 11.-One Plot of called Bread 111 the occupation ot Thomas a by 1 o the Six lalt lots are Freehold and lie in the oi On the 10th of March and will be 011 the STOCK and of Mr. Wi 1. v. late ot I within the 01 of 4 lat 7 cows and 1 2 cows in one 2 year one yearling 5 46 wether 52 hog one hackney one draught 2 year marc one coit ot one 1 tat 2 lean 1 1 40 tons ot &c. For further particulars or conditions of to apply to the Rev. Mr. at or to in SALE by By JOHN F A R rr s. At the bite of Mr. Walter 1.1 ( k deci in on the 1 ah day of Match bet v. cen the hours of one and two in the Lot that the laid being a good or with convenient and and lolls lately built by Mr. at a very for carrying on the of and which he occupied till the time of his together with the and alfo the right ot a way of 12 feet wide the into are held under Samuel for the remainder of a term of 98 commencing the 24th of June 1 7 70, renewable at any time within 30 before the expiration of the faid term ot 98 for a further term of 40 and afterwards on the lame terms as leales under the Dean and Chapter of are to a chief rent of 9I. This Lot is a to any as the will have the advantage of an 8c which has been carried on therein tor many and of which the conveniences and of the mult infure a The ot this lot may be accommodated with a quantity of well and other the unmanufactured flock of the late Mr. at a fair Lot large convenient with Lofts over the and alfo a Smith's Shop lately built by Mr. in to the preceding held under the Dean and Chapter of to a chief rent of 12s. Lot new well built or Dwelling on the North fide of in the of St. in the occupation of Mr. as tenant at thereout the way or mentioned in lot Lot to the preceding now in the occupation of Mrs. as tenant at Lot 3 and 4 are held under Mr. for the remainder ot a term of 83 commencing the 24th of June 1784; to a chief rent of 4I. 8s. and renewable in like manner as lot 1 the chief rent ot 4I. 8s. to be equally divided between the two lots 3 and 4. Lot or at in the together with a large piece of garden ground containing in length 38 yards and in ' breadth 18 now in the occupation of Held under the Dean and Chapter of to a chiel vent of 18s. For Further Particulars apply to WHEREAS nipt is awarded and forth again ft PERRY of the City of Dealer and and he declared a is required to the faid in the faid or the part of on the 17th and 18th days of February and on the 10th day of March at four af the clock in the afternoon on each of the faid at the houfe of Wi 111 am called the in BrOad in the laid city of and make a full and of his and when and where the creditors are to come to prove their and at the fecond fitting to and at the laft fitting the laid bankrupt is required his aud the creditors are to to or allowance of his All indebted to the faid or that have any of his are not to pay or deliver the lame but to whom the faid but give notice to James Attorney at February 18, 1789. To be fold by At the EXCHANGE in on Thursday the 12th day of March at fix o'clock in the to yearly fee farm rents and covenants for CIX LOTS of the VOID G ROUND on the South fide of a certain near intended to be called beginning with the lot thereof reckoning from St. For further conditions of a view of the Elevation and Ground Plan of the apply to the above Office or to Mr. Thomas Surveyer to the Bridge T. TO BE on the South Side of 7rinity-Street; of a large two good parlours and china an elegant or fix three tenants a large kitchen with every convenience alfo a neat garden and cold The whole being in complete and late in the of Mr. George Maynard The may be accommodated with all the valuable capital Organ and Piano by at an For further particulars apply to Joseph SALE of a CAPITAL In SCOTLAN D. HTO be SOLD by N. X within the ROYAL EXCHANGE on the 18th day of Marili 1 789. betu cen the hours of five and o'clock in the the LA and of in the County of and within a mile of the river which there is by a and in the heart of a rich and populous The is plentifully with and there is great plenty ot and in the immediate In point of and it exceeds any thing of the kind in Britain and betides for of corn and grinding all of there are included in it a complete and Houles for and curing of &c. 'The whole fitted up in a ro that can be conveyed by an Houle and Offices are built in a and elegant The apartments are and fit for the accommodation of a large The above comprehend two large well w ith of the belt kinds and about thirty acres of of it a kei le Together with the above will be fold a large oi empty For Further apply to David in or Robert writer to the Feb. 6, 1789. TfQR SALE by X At the EXCHANGE On T 11 URSD AY the 12th day of March at ONE in the mean time by Private The following FREEHOLD and FIVE Lot I. A Freehold called in the of in the county ot about fix miles from of a good and about 23 acres of good meadow and ground tythe f Lot II A Freehold Dwelling with a a Garden and about two acres of good at Bromley in the laid of about four miles from in the tenure of Robert Lor A Freehold at or near in the of in the county of about 4. miles from of fundry Meadow and containing in the whole 52 let to Mr. Sidenham for a term of 21 of which five years will be unexpired Lady Day at the yearly rent of 50I. but greatly being worth near double that is a quantity ot fine timber growing on fome part ot this Lot Two Freehold Dwelling adjoining together at the lower end of the of St. in the city of lately occupied by Richard and Thomas Hale and let upon leafe for a term of which 9 years will be unexpired at at the yearly rent of 70I. clear of all taxes and other in this lot are to a chief rent of fix per Lot V. A at in the of in the county of about miles from ot a good Dwelling Orchard and about 40 acres of good meadow and by jeale tor the remainder of a term of 99 now determinable with one good life under the yearly Lord's rent of 7s. and four guineas for an For a view of the apply at the Mansion and for further or a fale by Private to John in the where plans and of the Lands may bc J.