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Bristol Journal (Newspaper) - August 1, 1789, London, Middlesex Printed J. RU D HALL and Co. Where &c. are taken in No. 2128. 3^.] Sunday's & Tuesday's the L O N DON June INTELLIGENCE has been received here tan on the a Ruffian command of Gen. attacked the troops at St. bv Colonel The in which the Swedes kept very bravely for at mil and but Colonel perceiving enemy muR at length in turning his attacking him in the thought it in Older to lave his men rand to evacuate St. and Jokas which he effected with a very having all his baggage and except the powder which he blew to prevent irs falling into the hands of the v. In of this Ruffians have entered into On the other at the head of a corps of about 5000 with tihy pieces of palled the tiver and an near in Ruffian July 3. A who arrived morning with letters fiom the King to the the Prince Royal arid Baron brought the news of an between the troops under his command and a corps of whom he met on the 28th pad within two miles of His mentions no particulars in only that he had defeated the without receiving any hurt but the courier reports that the with 2000 of which the without waiting for the reil of his advanced to charge the who amounted to about 5,6'jo that the Ruffians Ootid the fire of the with great lor a and in their turn attacked the Swedes bayonets which the latter about twenty paces but thai being rallied bv his and encouraged them in p they turned to the and put the enemy to that the in their retreat having a the Swedes in the another body of the drawn up in at the which not permitting an attack with any of the Swedes but making a circular march through a chafed the Ruffians in and The lols on the fide of the Swedes is reported to be three officers 1 ao men and mi i-d the t- 1.50 men ana mice 1 100 men The ot cannot be as they earned off 1! Pa it 1 July no. row quiet in this The militia the duty of the police fo effectually as to prevent ol robbery and The troops ate moving as Lift as and there are no in the neighbourhood ot except the and Suits The ilc Chatelet has the command of the French The King Ins M. de to the cU of Foi f 10:11 he hid been M. de St. Secretary of the thing is and has of in and and Printing neatly August 1789. Vol. and John that from molt unexpected Sir had not but had to them every of which he He had a general circular letter to the Chief of all the and Borough Towns of Great their communications and upon the of his bv moil of been complied with much litv and He had endeavoured to obtain evety publication that had appeared for a century well as every law and regulation that hid taken place within that not only in hut through Europe for the correction of in- weights and That and voluminous Report of a Committee of the Houfe ot Commons appointed in 17,58, enquire into the Weights and and to the laws had him with an infinite variety of moll To tlie liberality of he uas alio deeply indebted for more thin a of them of great and entering into minute details of the under Hating particular local more complained from the ufe of uncertain weights and and accompanied the of remedy for their mitigation or me to their u their an equalization faid which I cannot do unattended by my that each of whom lend two to this have or have declared their intention Members to attend upon and bed endeavours the attempt to of weights and When we that in no age or of which any record whatever may have been the of its or the form of us government the perfect republic to the moil have any laws or regulations that have been applied to this adequate to the of the in of muff be obvious to which have prevailed weights and everyone how much and how much muff be employed by that individual to obtain light within bis upon a he pledged to this and to the public to bung in that which bell efficacy and To methodize and to in the nei f am luch a and variety of in order to bring the before a committee in fome form and has fully and continues to give employment to every diligence I can lay claim And if I am and in it is mv decided intention to bring this before a Committee early in the of when I truff my relent endeavours wi 11 piove to that Committee laving both of time and ol and even in the mi of perplexing have rarely proved totally without on the have frequently been and efficient beyond tire hope or expectation ot who have to And hence the may not always tuin out a perfectly one Stite the home in the M. de Due is chofen of the in the room of the ol whole time M- is not yet We imagine tlie of France at this time not fo very gieat as they have been federal having gone fiom to laden with returned with their finding the price too low for the of the HOUSE of Mr. Steele moved an to his he would bellow fome Church dignity on the Rev. Mr. their late Mr. Rofe a petition fiom the of an account of an invention laid before them by a Mr. for remedying the injuries done to the or even timber of By cutting out the decayed or wounded and filling it with a certain compaction known to the tree would be and even the filled Such an Mr. Role mud be of the public utility when made and the well It was his intention to move for luch reward without the efficacy of the being thoroughly He therefore that an be to his humbly that he would be to appoint trials to be fo as to the value of the and to inch reward to be given the as he think and the Houfe will make good the The for appointing to enquire into the of American was read a third and Sir John Wilier begged the indulgence of the Houfe for a few moments he that towards the cloie of the lad of he had given of the he move for a Committee to confider report the expediency of one general of weights and to be through the kingdom that for the he would merely trouble the Houfe to that he had neither been wanting in diligence or nor been 111 to obtain every information upon this mod important a whatever appearance it might upon a view of he bad found upon a clofer to be complex and in an ex- of the agent and lite Every individual I have between the magnitude of the undertaking 111a)', with honell thing to the of gener acted independently in has been mv endeavour to be juji as as to individuals and to the public - My political opinions upon of great moment and I contemplate them with unabated it be now mv good to prove in 01 correcting which have fo long and fo virulently prevailed throughout this country in the object with which I am at fertile in to in to the in and difficulty to the I deem my whether it may be of long or of net to have Seen me in L 0 N D 0 July 24-25. The principal produced in the late wonderful revolution in aiofe fiom the of ihe people who to the arms in the and Hilled each The numbers who in this lamentable cannot be accurately but they were certainly far greater than is given the Revolution in France is for its vet fome particular anions call to mind Roman and evince the pertinacious and wuh might weie it to he imprudently who was formerly Intendant of bad given information by letter to the of the ot the intended of that and him to hold if eleven P. M. when fie receive This letter was found in the pocket of the perfidious and filed by one of the Municipalite Armer This happened to the Prevot in the to whom he held out the Do you know The other acknowledging 10 be the author by his his reproacher making the crowd remove to the right and his to the Prevot's and blew out his The flames of weie not confined to but rapidly in In Orleans 6000 men under arms were ready to the public and there were in provinces arming and ready to So was the flame at Paris the late that no lefs a number than 230,000 citizens enrolled their names in the fird twenty-four lor the of and which the people are and wl proceed to the dreadful prevot des ft the Count had formed a plan for firing Paris with red hot in order to compel it to an immediate and for this of which commands the had been and the excavations by the quarries under filled The nest that new Commonwealth of for it lerves that will probably is the of Trial bv of a total abolition of and the The Revolution of Fiance bids fair to break one link of the Quadruple and may annihilate the whole of that of Audi 11 it When the King of Fiance went in to ihe of the people placed the coloured cockade of the Third in his winch he in through the fo The citizens of Paris rake it in four and ur to the departure and of letters at the that none maybe and committees of citizens are fixed in every to fee things brought into their ordinary but with perfect The National during ihe late hours without breaking viz. from Monday morning nine till night at People talk of the French Revolution being injurious to fay it never will while our remains The Governor of ihe had not been executed four his head was exhibited to the at a a Anions are to be immediately commenced two dealers of note for lending wheat and flour out of tlie contrary to the The although unfavourable in the Southern part of Great been very much the contrary in the North of Scotland they have had very little and the crops have the appearance of a The Duke of with 22 of the line and 1,5 was between and Moon Ifland the i tth An at on the 8th at for twelve which it was thought were intended to the and Ruffian fleets through the back to for fear the Swedes take their too dole to them in Every account from the whith are again broke out among and that tiie are filled the The election of the Grand Duke of to the dignity of King of the it is will meet wuh lit tie or no In the whole Kingdom of a theie are only twenty five and not one yet to tell it is one of the moll populous countries in the Sir Gideon as yet has changed his name the next change will be his He will then June changed his and fon of Sir F. eloped on Sunday with ihe beautiful lady of Capt. of the King's own regiment of quartered at that ins piece Mr. om the ol gallantry was by the lady's taking an airing with the gentleman in his in which they off foi a and four was ordered to follow on the road to at which place they left the phaeton to the charge of a and their route by a more Her had not even miffed his when he received tiie intelligence ot her She is faid to be a very and has one by Capt. On there was the of attended with thunder and in the neighbourhood of ever Rodney's pillar on the was rent off about a said and half from the the roads were for miles and the we are lorry to are very div The which fell were the ever remembered at this of the 1 began at one and beat down of and in th Kennington one Ox inches fiom the in ino to the Role and Crown the hurt hood of and laft the wife of Mr. of was delivered of three cne of which is fince the other two are likely to do A remarkable happened at la ft The well-known horle twenty of the of Mr. ol that leapt through a window 1 wo feet nine inches in eight inches arid above four feet a though the frame of the was very flight I v put it was not in the The window was not A mare in the was the of the taking this extraordinary That mod wonderful wonder of all wonderful is now at where ihe bonny Scots are taking a peep his in to are uuie a his you may have a tete-a-tete hands with crack a. byrtle with or roar a catch with the lefl of fuch is the magnifying property of his that he telis tbt number of mites in an old Che re thirty pounds fix teen nine hundred hundred and each mite appearing the flee of large that a inhabitants than Scotland and done Mr. can thy Mailer of the Academy at to Mils of in the of - Mr. Thomas of near to Mils Mary of of Had 110ck.. near to Mifs daughter of of Sir Charles to Mifs Juliana daughter of the late Sir Nathaniel of that aged 75. to Mary 23. - Mr. jun. ot to Mifs daughter of the late John ot Macclesfield an with a large - At Mr. Thomas to Mil's Alice daughter of the late Mr. Robert formerly of that - Dr. Thomas in tiie ifland of to Mifs daughter of the late Dr. of Lydia aped 88, rebel of the late Henry Recorder of and mother-in-law to P. C. member for of mother of Lord her houie in May the Hon. Say and at the of 94. - The young and gay have loll a at that great Ihe danced Michaelmas at the at her at lor four Chief Clerk to the Auditor ot the and Clerk ot the Rev. Mr. of the reclor of Berwick St. and in and lain to the 4th ot At her lent at Hard in Lady relict of Sir Rowland and wife of few days before her was foiled with a paralytic which him till Monday evening when he alio departed Clerk in the - On his palace from the Patrick Mas Secretary to of - is Liq. to the Tower Rev. John A. M. At Richard in -th K E A T - T thanks 10 hL fort he h 1 m d 3�d Mr. o 5 liave to them and ne a Slit J No. g. as he is U tlie he v. id u Ins to charge the ami to letain a feule ed. BI For N 1780. 2-ad 7 IV - Y 0 R The BRIG L I V E L ARK. nig American I. with nt 11 ad 1 tor fail the tii it fall molt ol her Cargo freight or apply to 16] GEORGE HI L A D E L P H 1 THE SHIP B I R M I N G H A A comtant Is engaged to fail by the 12th of or apply to the faid JOSEPH F 89. 1 R B O S T U The MARIA f. F. wind and weather the middle of next For height or apply to the Captain on Joseph jun. or Ed w a r n For HARBOUR GRACE The BRIGAN i INK eoo tons and Joseph Witt fail 011 or before the 10th of freight or apply to the Captain at the of Mr. RAN DOL July 27, 1789._[22 j FOR A K T I G U The NEW N LiONE S John Burthen 2on Will in all For or apply to laid or WILLIAM Good fur FOR PRIVATE The SHIP HORN E T Joseph Lately from tlie Streights 1g^Sj-fe*4f!V and with all her and materials as the came laft from of iae has an with 22 and about to or 12 tons of iron as Tins Imp from her and very fait failing is well calculated for a whaler of either lias an exceeding coat of and might fea at a N. B. 2jOo\. was lor this Ship at the ifland ot Malta but having a cargo of near 300 tons oi corn on under contract to be delivered at the owners loft this lale for For apply to J GEO S T E K IR E. TO HE L E entered on at in the of in the county of tit for the reception of a genteel A containing four rooms on a and excellent cellars and kitchen with great of the belt a imall and tor lix fourteen miles from and eighteen miles from For particulars apply to the Printers of this and foi a view mer At at W lire to To the and of the county of Some Gent i. e m e x leave to inform the cf a for the of this I pre take place the latter erd cf humbly f licit your Votes in my favor for thai important on the day of cied a fur in a you that he the and will make it mv to merit the I Your mjl and obliged humile fet taa t JOHN DOW July 20$, 1789. To the Gentlemen Freeholders of the County of Office of Coroner for the of the county being now vacant ly the death cf Mr. I humbly to the honor of your Votes and Inter eft 1 am Your and humble * PETER 1.1 5, June 25, 1789. WINE Seme July 16, i 7 8f). s for the Stamp Duties do give is at l hi s e troni kali an after eight 1 till one in the for IIS Jl in that v o'clock rn r 1: vi s to that M r. i will be m 01 cms fell cm r e nn faid rave received that without notice is hereby e out liet they lament der ol the JOHN N. B. Every felling Ale and Se is lor s the act of Pi By spirituous hole when he apr C MUSIC MEETING i. 7 will be red the at on i and all tne 5m, 6th, a i li 3 v 1 i-e n from I I at r. R AC Z I. Mr. Mr. J. lAS ELU and the ASHLEY and W. MAHO SMA C- 1110 be performed in 1 Mr. ol 'A A Grand CONCERTO the belt ks of HAN And c. a ana l u trie c 13 * On The SACRED O R AT O RI O f. the E S S I A A Concert of vocal aid ura i the FESTIVAL will on conclude tire I c and Funeral And the DEAD MARCH in As performed in NS I Tickets five begin at eleven o'clock in the and in the - Books ot lhe performances ro be had at the Cathedral and B. Ordinaries at the Swan and b be SOLO or LET and JL ed on A capital new built Freehold MESSUAGE or DWELLING of two good and china drawing five lodging a large and other well with both water and molt delightfully in in the County of but near in the City of commanding a pleating of the faid City and For particulars apply to Mr. 111 the lame O M ERSE T. TO X fo s be LET by or a Term of Seven By J O H N W A L K E At the at in the county of on ihe 17th day ot between the hours of Three and Six o'clock in the and to tie entered on at Michaelmas in tne A FAR of near Sixty acres of very good Meadow and tilled wuh a convenient liable and to each near to excellent and commo at m the of ail county ol So at a from Crois and only eight miles from the city of For a the apply on the and lor other enquire of William the on St. be SOLD by JL At the lip of the in on the 13th day of Aug. at three o'clock in the he following LANDS and in the of in l lie ol alf in the tenure of Richaid at Lot I. - A lying at a place Reed and containing 3 or Lot IE and a Paddock lying at a place called containing st and an or Lot III - called with a and good a an excellent in full with three about farn 111 the with 6 mares 1 N. B. The thud lot is to be to of 60 petch of lea wall lying which may be done at a very trifling expr For further particulars f to jis and e to nies in THOMAS MEMBUR
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