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Chester Chronicle Or Commercial Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 20, 1775, London, Middlesex Price TWO PENG TE L L 1 G E MO N Y November THURSDAY NIGHTS From the HE per the horned cattle is again and hits from Aix la Cha pelle to Mentz great numbers of cows are ready Genoa According to let great parations are carrying Cartha die troops are sut the 3 P Friday called to the Bar of the and interrogated nearly to the Rowing purport How long had he in Two of years in the capacity of Governor of Was he acquainted with any of the Members of the Continental He waj acquainted with all the Members of that In what was the In the veneration imaginable by all ranks and orders of Was an obedience paid to the of that throughout all the Provinces He this to be the men had been throughout of Twenty thou had voluntarily enrolled to Of what and condition were Men of the characters all hopes of pacific negotiations In the of the it When the the petition to the Secretary of Statej was he any relative to the of America Not a fingle After was and to foitie put to except in the cafe he the Americans would have no objection to fove of Great That he knew nothing of the proceedings of they were generally that in cafe a formidable force mould be fent to in of he did not imagine there were many who would openly to authority of COMMON the Gentleman had pointed more meritorious it would luve been to Ma than away the national trea fure in of fuch a nature as would make the obdurate feel and He the honourable Member was as ignorant of the true of the gracious who for fo long a time has filled the throne of as he was of the nature of the which he called a wanton of will tell him con his that his like the true father of his more zealous and anxious for their and their than his has foregone every tion he has kept back his own in Order to room for of his At four oclock the houfe into a Committee of Ways and Means for the fup ply granted to As as Sir Charles Whit worth had taken the Lord North and after briefly the amount of the and the vays and pointed out the probable there would be of laying another Culling on the as the produce of the land and with the overplus monies from the Sinking would not be to provide for the military and naval arrangements already made that when the land and malt deficiencies of laft year were de out of the If America mould and the war it was very probable there might be favings butin the pre fent of nothing certain could be de pended He mould therefore move the Commit that the Land Tax for the year be in the Sir objected very to the additional He faid the war was ry and wanton and rt was difficult to determine there about his re minding Parliament of his very urgent he has only it to take care of the general in of his and their honour care fully avoiding as to hint at his own wants till the great national hall The Gentleman feems with great that the are determined to tarn their tobacco plantations into corn I beg leave to differ honourable Gentler and that from authority on which de pend they are not fo infatuated to forego the advantages they enjoy from bene He mother country reaps much the larger part of the grofs In he equally from the beft intelli gence I have been able to I that the pro fits are divided in the proportion of feyen to Ame and three to He rates the duties upon much beyond true by the latett return comedo my I that the duty in England Were not a number of them en tirely of property It a number as twenty thou there were fome but the major part were in twenty who voluntarily to as exigencies might Vrhat other forced had the provincials of sailed Fow minute du ty was pointed oTit by their They were for at a minutes Did the province of grow corn f its inhabitants Ifere was a for if Whether they are capable of making in They under the effected i Q Could be made in the province It could mills and other for an undertaking had been with Could in The art of cannon had been carried to great per they were amply with iron for the Could arms be made to any degree of perfection To as great a degree of as could be The employed in finishing the arms was admired for its Were die Americans expert r fo than the Ta what extent of tonnage did the of their hipping amount A of about three hundred tons was the they were known to as things at did the that the language of the the fenfe of the people of America in ge As far as this applied to Penn he was fure this was the cafe for the other he replied in the affirmative from information Did he that the contained de legates fairly nominated by the choice of the people He had doubt but that the did contain delegates chofen under this By what mode were the delegates in appointed By the votes of in fome ISy ballot in In what light had the which the had to the been bv the Americans The petition had been con an olive and the had been complimented by his as the of On the that the prayer of this pe tition be what did the ima gine would be the That the who placed much reliance on the peti wouldbe driven tj by its non l Did the that fooner than yield to what were to be the claims of Great the Americans would take the de of calling in the aid of foreign The was that this would be the What did the recollect of the That it great throughout What did the concerning the repeal of that The of that memorable day is kept throughout by every of public fuch as illu and other exhibitions Would not the with which thf laft pe tition was whether it was founded in folly or the manner in which qualifications are and though for rhe of the our more landed property iri the minority b7 a than in the for the additional Extra a of a An edict is juit which the of in every part Kings The John Wefley at Mat Sunday to a very crowded on 2 Lo I have and have done but what have they done largely expatiated on the fins of England Sve He pathetically dire the of villages Involved with fife and in of wounded and dying of arid tears of High and young and af with fMc elaborate for a dry in that After the fermon a good collection was made at the church for of the widows and children of who were on the of The prayer appointed to be of tumults was read by the Curate of the of On Sunday three villains broke into the of a baker in by of a picklock key but the houfe having been attempted Sundays nearly about the fame a guard was kept and robbers had hardly when the him that however unacquainted he might be with parliamentary he ob fince the commencement of the it was expected by the friends of that of however or be This to him was a extraordinary nor he fee to what end parliament if they only affem bled to not to He for the fake of that the Mini Her would when he came to demand the public mo and tell the houfe to what he really to apply the additional land the happy the American Hartley American and condemned the as forming a part of He faid that this additional which it was computed the milling would amount added to the whole produce of the Sinking would leave us under the of anticipat ing that fund for the year at and the curious attending this af fair that we hall never fee a hilling of this mo ney at in the of a tar for the noble and all his brethren in have re declared that the idea of taxation is roman tic it has been out of all good and treated as the reveries of a What then are we fighting for It is no longer a war of but a war of It has been much that neither nor com merce have felt any effects from this great State con The is very the exportation continued from America till the roth of September The commodities of the colonies an in the place of remittances if the merchants here have received no they have continued to receive their The if has been rather favourable to the and ma Among the advantages from the trade of that I only men tion that of the tobacco This is on the very eve of I not point out the advantages derived to this country from that trade I only that the lands formerly ap to its will foon be laid or they are will be turned into corn by which means this country will half a and the very revenue above This will be the in one which will lead us to form fome opinion of the numerous evils the will be produc tive Baldwin he had all atong in expectation that a revenue to be obtained in as a means of alleviating the burthens of this which were become but finding that as un worthy of for his he believed he find under the of changing his fen as the motives from whence they could no longer He that the Mi nuter would explain he mould he had altered his and con fuch as entertained they fet out muft differ from as the noble in fuch an muft be deemed to differ from 11 L r per and in to on their per honourable Gentleman Mr k is one of them was takes it for that this country has ed by th fame killed his every claim of for the Hrpp half of a I believe my worthy friend has my or I have not been fortu nate enough to explain When his that the idea of taxation was they never intended by that than that it was abandoned for the that to explain it that taxation was but a matter of when the and authority of this coun try were at his in the general terms above alluded I would my honourable friend perfectly never It is they left rica at liberty to the mode they imagined that that country would be content to have the tax originate with This is the true of the which fome gentlemen mif interpret and which I be forry my honour able friend mould or It is certain that I do not think a tax levied on this footing will ever fwell to any very amount but it is it mould be and to your au and commercial ally you combine it with a you will never be able one into execution without the kind of advantage mould arife from The main was then and in the and was ordered to be reported to pair and three were found of him that was killed formerly employed in Eaft but had ed fome time ago for The fellows had got to takeoff the The nominated Sheriffs by the the Council at the on the day of pf the reign of George the and in the year of John of William Tat ten the of John of Miller of Henry of Derby Hawkins of John of Halfton Thomas Jelf of Berwick Dudley of Milli Henry Vernon of John of Leeke William of Bacon of Giles of Sir of r For the remainder of this Days P oft fee page of this ofa letter from Laft night arrived at the Pallas from after a fage of and fix days in which came home General who landed here this and fct out immediately for Laft about ten in town from with for the particulars of yet It is faid that choice harh been Lord Howe and Barrington is to be made an Admiral to fettle the conciliatory plan with the American or the ot the The Charles James who vacated his feat for the borough is Without Letters from Gibraltar that the Emperor of Morocco has flopped all communication with that has received his annual which he infills on having ball and the Governor has cannot comply with his till he has orders from A N G S E Y H U N GENTLEMEN of the HUNT are de fired to the on the evening of the at the Bulls in r To be At the GOLDEN in the city on day the 30fh between the four and in the to fuch conditions and there THE valuable called EOT in the of in tlie county of aboat red miles froni the oi and half a mile from the na from and and of a capital ing with convenient and of two hundred and acres cf and John the the and further be had by applying to or in or Wright of Vole Letty in the city of And entered upon in wherein the late Sev A Houte wherein Brett with a and a or large garden adjoining houfe is very and may be for a Gertie A plot has been at the Prime by blowing him up with der and an Italian was executed by tearing him tq pieces with for being privy to the The had not to com plete the horrid but the mercy of the exe at laft the poor by him with his We hear that hath fettled a year on Macaulay for her and fo jt to no alteration of or opinion into wide he dan the endeavoured to A No wonder that the for few that had been urged inthe the He I In the was earned by he was fure the honourable Gentleman wio majority as four to for the finking in the of the year was toWie sad it provide every or He j At y an j a moderate three fourths of the majority do not come within the denomination of j Tlie to the will make a There is a vault and under of tha A large the Lower over the Grocers To be and fallen the next about 300 oak now growing on an in the holding of Robert in near Inquire of BE or late the Falcon in the with a and yards and one foot of a thereto And fix and con now in the And Three in now in the holding of Samuel PIK landed men of this country their quali are by law required to be fix hundred and and And To be Samuel To be a quantity of on PC ard three Fort all in good one is well acquainted For re at
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