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Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - May 5, 1770, London, Middlesex For the No. 460 &c. lee the laft Earl Since oar laft Four FOREI which brought the G N March 30. COURIER has jaft brought that Gen. the victory gained over the 15th of laft had taken the rour of the capital of Where he arrived with his troops and cn the 13d, the inhabitants of the province paid homage and furore fidelity to the of the the principals among them having the general a of 10-30 he to accept and exhorted to it on of the for the relief of who had been in two ' - A March 31 hun red to cut Hewn to four over the for the ufe 61 the Ruffian one at the fecond at a third at and the at G n. has received more pieces of the ot which are 18 p together with a large body of and intends to begin bis operations immediately alter We are that four of one of the command of llear co wHI to demand ot the Dey 6' C is hag April 1 70, 60,' two o ing to the Mr Sheriff attended by Dr. j ms muling v unpopular - irwill April 30, and May 1 and a. feres j ti 11 n 1 of 1 expect ea in toj that Lord North Waited on the right Hon long conference with Tiis on above It is imagined events will the Cuing of a certain further into the than ha. for fome time been J Some very which have within few days been received the affair of are to be at a cabinet and then laid lore an It is faid that enquire and come at the truth of the caufe of late in and 10 in order to bring to who have been the principal abettors and or ' ' By the already received from the of the lake riot at which has ben attended with fuch dreadful is to the the r the load of guilt will be removed off their of the The recall bf James from the Spanish are very true feems yet clouds of i the prob ble the * our m- are of tlie mod avert ' ip the of St. O made a - ith ' the day of and not wear zay more till the day Mr. Wilkes takes ' - - ' Thert was patriotic debate 'm the he Would for ting the asd of tie in their ' weVe add the of tothe his and a that he would the liberties of the people the fee ever lb. that he recede from Tiis ever conduct their then tkat fuch foon be fatal 1)eJ�.ar!1ff^C�p�aiole�flw. w A A council was tenant c Aft that die 8aa^]^v.v u a Following was 0 R 4� Wt have ome few into are by ite of ' to now drop private the caufe 3f h the and nation f France 1 nor It is faid that at a certain meeting were ot the late proceeding of were flagrant acli that fome of the c urged the of vigorous but on tht more We hear the two f - - His excellency Count da Chatelet the French is peeled at Calais mm on his return t. the on the The of the and boA perhaps tte Teries to a from a real patriotic as fearing dir as may hinder this nation Horn being able to the politics of of Urd MaSfield ' whb is the ' 6fevT�i�'d on kingdom is to be One day Uft on which Mr. fat the bench at the Bailey witto Tiie His Upon a is not of I it were - d W ot on the ot the late pr 6.. quaint id 1 i ' fecond uoro j concerted being So was Lord M ' r that 1 * ' f ot ' thlt the te infamous treaty of them w tjie joint of Irel a treaty Britain than any treaty 4or� theTe ' which is more to WW ' 4 j hnt tKp pave ucon ill and 10 9re to have the regulation of all the to have me r and all from but G hour's be able t. gei any o it can and 6yrtht* that the people of it 30 author of the a u Vn r ru makins to bring him to tna t any time be cut by the Moors is therefore ta Britain a indictment was found the warrant wis out for and is A nobl of have given it in in fo doing It was morning very current both ends of the that Loid N. jn of certain extraordinary political arrangements concluded upon in the late cabinet ike Kine of to be | T proceedings of the moned to Attend e has d. Another la faid to 0f great off to a they ed till ' Chatham Friday for on that intended to make amotion that had the thus extremely different are the of this on B R I C A M Tlie * letter from the nth of relative affair between and to pronounce 1 960b at 4^ ui tiKT - - but Sir Robert he 1 11,111 letter is not enough for be glad of his When he has any thing v h- very of Which he it is of a that pot for fame if well room at P's have appeared under another our ' 1 fn bur h the mi fgr in the 17'tl read for * ' 5rrr to wait en Efq j in order the of their hi need not of equally not Iele SviH be pre fen ted to What W not yet J ' His the fiat tof fffc to the 1$ in the pom of the rev. Mr. form elat Ve between ana ftj Letters have in the this and John inary political concluded upon late councils The laft letters from the Hague represent the King of to be d ill. ' fettled per ann. on Madam his favourite wnich is 30,000! more than he allowed by whi t fte vies even with princes of the in the of tahle Commodore is appointed to relieve mander in clief 1 f his Several changes in the military ri are now in of the death of the lale the right the Eart of Loudon is to have tKe third regiment of in cafe fs the Duke the command of the relieve Commodore as com time frequent affrays have in the this town between and the quartered and on the ad and 3d!ofrMirth, affrays one or two of the were On gth in the a number of in attacked a upon duty at the and forced him from his Upon his requiring Capt. was captain of the a and twelve men to and after followed alfc attacked and by the and one of them a blow after fix or hy three of ' were killed upon the sod fathers one of. Whom face dead of his this there a great his Royal - people prepared to been fent to the and a taken to give a general Fair fOTtI the prevailed 10 with the lofs o. her 6and 4i"h was carrying toi the Bacon was and the nf who put in wim 1 their ahrm the but person 0!'^ governor of is alto put 1 ether May the of a v Mr. Wilkes going arms their a able from but we h to fcr and that - As luch a manufacture hu next morning the to As aMm u J 7 ma ' lt U to it beep by ordered a carpet to j the ot the people to have tne troops .in n * j. - Hugh Va John M Efq v Right Hon. John and Sir William to-be of and governors for all and every other his in and throughout this j The of being With She corporation of a was made to Hon. John of the houfe of concern for his of a fo many years filled with loathe and to the gaye to the trade of their corporation t which was a for Friday Mr. apprentice 10 Mr. oi William in the near the where of at hi As fuch a manufacture the 9h in Ihe who in ready to teve T march in tP * member a by Steward die has engaged to attend by twelve o'clock on accordingly to and who in of the me that continual meetings are the at the was remove to effect and that * k part the - td town 8cpa lately ardie which drove the their w ith fuch their and about 40 fil Really But a total and Wthe no We hear and it is the It is that government has ordered five men 0/ with to carry five regiments of foot from from Paris inf it is in debate whether that openly avow its intention the of the Ruffian or fome avoid till an to fit ike a grand daughter of the Earl of at his inted to the On Sunday the Duke of was pf lhe Eari ' done elimination taken before two of Capt. being charged with ordering the troops to was to as eight private charged with fired in we think it to the following narrative and which have alfe been transmitted to No of as no Capt. to without The Jonu as did the for command of the nier had A Narrative of the late at On the 3d of March lad the commanding officer that there d been fume between the inhabitants of the Bolton and lome nail - - k 4 of the aoth in fome given oy a to a foldier of the faid thought it his to ufe means an end to ' orders were given to the troops quarrelling with the the Duke of - of Loudon t0 lhe third regiment of foot inhabitants ahd a wrote to the By the promotion 6f the Larl ot vo b t. information of what had and entreating tim to the civil ma - -n 1 lt. 1 iron to appoint right hon. the Earl of of in the room of hU Royal This common authority with the ind to them from further - - From the 3d to the 5th day of the month there were frequent complaints from the of their being knocked down and On which was the 5th, about nine rere as in cafes of and the multitude 1 ill be in a few days for all the colony agents reil intention the alarn to be of fome the intended were was faid to be in King in order that Ule ther tha 30th is r day Sir Robert Bernard took the oaths and his feat in the of as member for American affairs will come under consideration of two great this A it is is to be held this when the time will be fixed for proroguing ibe It is faid that Col. from will be appointed to Lord Loudon's lale We that notices wi Co attend the Earl of lutions taken in of the At the meeting of new the 50 members who are are to the reft of lhe and are called the Court of members make a court v and when member is once nothing can prevent his taking his the before whom the is to es if they an improper to be I worn in. Now it is that of the members of the Court ol declared of in Mr. whatever may be the Mr. Wilkes attended d vine at the church the 19th regiment St. in the and afterwards received the took a par at the Weft end of the that ed to the to extricate the centry ' The melancholy of this matter jfi in Captain 38th, Major CadWallader Lord 40ih,;-fcoteuer % 47th,'Xieo't'Gen. 54th, William and Major Gen. Alderman Charles Roffell has his noble Marquis of of to the of * ' The rev. Mr. Charles rector of is the of to the archdeaconry of by the death of Archdeacon 5 S a turd May The right Lord Chief and his in for aid his Lee and arrived the from the right Lord Mr. of the late unhappy at report of fire was found to grou J. nf the alarm viz. the bringing of the populace to the the of It confidently From thence the multitude proceeded to to Stomey houfe is to put t. protect On they bv force compelled him to retire to the Being thus en- * * he was obliged Will in a few days We hear that the right the Duke of Grafton we are Earl Gower is intended to be Soon after thi the governor arrived at and to him as lord privy were by him on to A was fent the commanding him 6ld*abbey 4eado�,K of the late
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