Lloyds Evening Post And British Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 13, 1758, London, Middlesex ING AND 77. To be continued every and From January 13, to January 16, 1758. Dec. 17. 5^�S^N the nth failed Leghorn his the Capt. on the 2d, anchored there from Gibraltar with three Merchant men under her two whereof were for and the third for to which place he Dec. 17. To indemnify for the lofs by the of the farm of its being one quarter of the and the for the other three quarters the duty on fait will be augmented one and the on foreign goods one and a Dec. 17. The Landgrave of and his Mary of are both and in good ' health but the Charlotte is very much from the Voles of the Houfe of 17 die 1757. That leave be given in heads of a to alter and amend the laws made for the repair of high roads and that Mr. Robert Mr. William Mr. and Mr. do prepare and bring in the 19 die 1757. The Right Hon. Mr. Rowley to to the heads of a to limit the fitting of and for the more f sequent calling of new Parliaments in this which were committed ' That leave be given to bring in head s of a for continuing and amending laws heretofore relating to his and for the more effectual preventing of frauds in his and That it be an to the laid a or in the laid heads of upon the of the nth relative to 71-. p. 2.] 20 die 1757 That a Committee be appointed to enquire into the and management of the fund veiled in the and of the payable out of and that they do report the with their opinion to the And a Committee was appointed A motion being and the that the to be erected in the provinces of this by the incorporated for promoting for the reception of poor and for which a fum of 5000 1. hath been granted this to the J faid ought to be hear to the center of each to the in each as conveniently may be It the 21 die That an humble be fen ted to bis Grace the Lord that he will lay before his the humble defire of this that his will be out of his Royal to grant to the Right Richard the Hon. Thomas Edmond Sexton and James Collector of fuch fum or not exceeding 3000I. as his think to be applied to repair the bridge called Baal's in the city of and to the of the proprietors of the on the eaft fide of the in order to widen the fame to be ac counted for to ' 22 1757. That a Committee be to enquire into the and management of the of the of the city of into the of the officers and I of the laid for fen years laft part and to report the with their opinion to the And a Committee was appointed 23 die 1757. The Right Hon. Mr. to reported from the Committee of the j whole to whom heads of a to ' t befitting of and for the more frequent of and Citizens j calling of in this were of the city of was and | that they had gone through the faid fetting that the only convenient from the counties of and to the and is over an ancient bridge in the city of called Baal's that the faid city is a of as it lies on the river Shannon and that there is no communication between the barracks and the principal fortifications except by means of the laid which is very become in many parts ruinous and that the revenues of the fad city are not rebuilding or ring the laid b And praying aid cr relief Vol. the faid heads of a defire the fame may be transmitted into Great Britain in due That an humble be to his Grace the Lord that he will lay before his the humble defire of this that his wiU be out of his royal to grant to the Right Hon. William Henry twelve or any three of fuch fum or not exceeding 7000 1. as his think fit to be applied in making direct way bridge to his of agreeable to the plan laid before this and in the of the proprietors through ground the fame is to to be accounted for to Jan. 7. The fleet for is all gone into to wait for a fair COUNTR E W S. Jan. jo. His Grace the of and the Right Hon. the Marquis of have 50I. each to fund for corn and potatoes for relief of the poor in this city and Laft a company belonging to the royal regiment of artillery arrived and on for where they are to be On Friday laft was rung at the by the of ringers of this with eight a peal of called York's ten of 50+0 complete in three the tenor weighing 30 cwt. by the following viz. Richard Jacob Bully 2d, Thomas Walker 3d, ' Cornelius Smith 4th, John Kilham 5th,Thomas 6th, John Douglas 7th, ' vers and Richard A few days fince the Lady of the Rev. Mr. rector of was brought to bed of a On Sunday laft died Richard of at and one of his of Jan. 11. On Saturday laft one of St. was apprehended on of having robbed two in the night before upon his appeared fb i that he was committed to in heads of a paragraph by and had agreed with which j order to take his at Oakham he read in his agd afterwards delivered in 1 14. On an the - a motion being that the faid heads of a be now the fame were read Then the amendments made by the Committee to the laid heads of a were and unto the houfe and an amendment was made by die houfe to the preamble came to Lord which he fet out immediately in a Poft hear his is to be appointed Chancellor of the in the room of the Hon. who is going to the court of On laft a fre happened at a mop at by fome children's carrying in laid Oi a - That the Right Hon. Mr. Rowley } which entirely lame and the do attend his Grace the Lord Lieutenant with 5 with the &C.