London Courant And Westminster Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 18, 1780, London, Middlesex H 1 for this are to J. Ai in J AN U All Y 1780. his be E b r K A T A G E Mr. Mr. Aickin Sir Charles Mr. R. Palmer Sullen Mr. and Mr. Mifs Mrs. and Mrs. Che worthy Electors of the oi health of one of your has the of a vacancy in your Borough at the General The which have been taken by in contemplation of that are no To prevent your being into hafty you are hereby that a in your and not unknown tii is price 6</. ot ihc of on the i 5th of 177 on Mr. Bu notice of his intention to h. nz in a flic for the of public and for the better the independence of Printed for J. in tht London the pamphlet of a not of the nor of the hut of Mr. Ir is this report as it thus nakedly without Mr. his profit to be only 22 and a half per whatever Mr. may hare the the apparent on the face of the report rhe after all their overflowing to the in every one of the items of their is nearly 30 Mr. be to have been a wilful arlles from calculating the profit per on the of five and three pence per id of calculating it on the prime ceft and amounting to only four and ii fraction of a penny per The and rule of calculating per on all mercantile and money is to reckon it in proportion to what is on the money in the if a buys a thing for 50I. and fells it for profit is one prr according to Mr. in the above it would be only per is in the note at the bottom of the an of Mr. Glover's as one ot the of AA 11. a New Comic Pantomime SPORTSMAN By Mr. Mr. the Mils and Signora After which will be a new Dramatic in Three called The A Tragedy The principal by Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Jun. and a Sea Fight and With new and The by Mr. De and executed under lus The doers to be opened a quarter after and to begin a quarter after Conduct in parliament for feme years has and will in due time to offer his 1780. THEATRE COVENT will be a new Comic sail PH of the The principal by Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mifs and Mrs. Overture and all the entirely Mr. End of the a called the for by Mr. Mr. Mailer Mifs new and To which will be added a Mr. Lee Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mrs. Mrs. doors to be opened at a quarter after at a quarter after the worthy and Inhabitants of the Borough of anci of Mr I me for making this early encouraged by many Freemen and I intend to oilier my to this Borough at the next me leave to that if I am fo happy as to be I will attend my duty in Parliament diligently with as much independence as any man can and the to my country with any uninfluenced by any and with unremitting attention to the of the Borough of in which I have for many been a Freeman and am. with great mod obedient humble dity is ft ke 01 SI ultras ti or or a and fair of the 1.1.'^-, upon the me and the as by and to the nf the England in leverai and for J. and fold alfo by G. 1:1 and K. in 1 IA and that he as to exchange Tickets for the polite B. Tickets for the even tor Bach's Concert are buth and 6 i. b. the Speech of late to their Royal the Prince of Wales and of at the meeting at December 30, the author tf all iUf could faring So a Yu tver much tht fear Of and the of Michael flill and no Ufs To rife By and long of Printed for J. in Right Honourable Lord GEORGE having been by the enemies of that it is formed to promote the of that no do proceed in any on or except for the they have given to that an application be made to the Clergy and Churchwardens of the within the Cities of London and them to the petition of the the No DL EM and other Inhabitants of the County of application having been made to William of the county of for calling a county as by a letter marked No. I. and he having the as by a letter marked i. You are therefore in the name of all the gentlemen who the Letter to meet at the in on Monday the 24th at one o'clock William Sheriff of the County of 12, 1780. We beg leave to of you to call a meeting of the and Freeholders of the County of after the laudable example of and other to of a petition to to inquire into and wy in the expenditure of public money i to reduce all exorbitant to and all places and unmerited and for with other in by fuch relief to this as the of the times And that the 24th of January if convenient to be the day for fuch to be held in the in Robert Brand J. Trench Richard Difney Henry H. 2. Jan. 16, 1780. Having your made to me as Sheriff of this county to call a meeting of the and Freeholders of the on the 24th of to take into the in your letter of the 12th and delivered to me this me to give my in writing for not the London Lord George AM a plain man who hates and loves the truth you cannot therefore be when I inform that I have little in the of the London your and the Earl of Sandwich became the garblers of that vehicle of Hate R to do yoti there is more and explicit in your when a que It ion is fairly put to and home your in the Houfe of than in the equivocating manner of your contemptible coadjutor in the blue therefore you may to a fair out of the through the medium ot one of your I will put the matter to you tell my in your lift Savannah for we had no lefs than three of on the bare and in the language of iin that the of pei the women and children to quit the town of originated with that and the Be good as to inform us why you to corroborate this by proofs which you muft have in your than the authority of who cuts fo capital a figure in your drama are my to lay before the General for to Count but you do not to favour us with that hero's this affair might appear in its true and the contrary to your be removed from the It is my we trace at once your and and above all your zealous attention to the of the bett of Here too we the deep-rooted which never forgives where it has done the and can only be in its own by an of But does my Lord George does that man who the from the public for a whole congenial really flatter that this is a probable method of promoting their little revengeful by between America and Franc e You are my whatever the London ii dangerous to at rial is an cf that we can bear the misfortunes of our friends with while we feel great under the afH of our following flor y from Our own will perhaps prove the truth of the Frenchman's certain great man in the beginning of the civil in the reign of Charles the enjoyed a very good place in the He was a good and a great friend to the Church and You might guefs at the complexion of his by his ilant of Church and which is the favourite of all our and country who declare for the of Government let it be what it gentleman had an for the caufe and of Charles the and was greatly concerned for his but the good ail the calamities which beffl the royal and that of the which were gradually ilill kept his temper and place to his friends he preached patience and fie faw the of his royal he beheld him taken and delivered into the of his hardly and He faw Monarchy and the Church He it is he but he bore all with His to to the that though he approved them At lait the Parliament found out a method to rouze him from this and to fet fire to his took upon them to regulate and the fees of the He then with great if they nueve fot at it ivas high time for all to look about EXTR Wc that at the adjourned ing of the Members of the York a motion u ill be that the thanki of that be given to Mr. for the he has cd to the people at and to that county in in the whoit by the and in hii at the meetings ot the urgent that every other county mile their efforts to cany into the in tht Tork Petition and that he be informed or the deep fenfe they of the infinite they arc under to tor tible which he then of the of proper to curb tht fluence of the of rendering by its a proper 9f the its | of fuch wife and Ibr as may operate even Jent reign but it is that motions will be for two left honour able a of from that and may be too great a to and leit fo i token of popular may prove their and to permit it to lie in their to receive the of the that an application be made to the and Deacons of the Congregations of within the Cities of and them to recommend Petition of and permit it to lie in their to receive the of their that the Petition do lie at Will's on and Friday where the will attend on each day between the hours of aoe and three to receive the of the in London and that this do adjourn to Friday the 2 til day of January to Mr. Greenwood's 6reat Room in the at fix o'clock in the at on the fourteenth day of in tlie year of our Lord one and order of the from the fuch thereto I am free to my doubts as to the competency of my authority to call fuch to a matter of policy which in no degree more pertinently relative to me as than any other in the but give me leave to that if I had no doubt of fuch yet the notice to the county to together fo in point of that it would he to attain fo a as the i of the matters in your letter And when I again confider how foon my may as a lifl of proper have long fince been from which his may appoint my it would ill become me to call a at which I may not and for which another gentleman may not are the and only which my with your have the honour to your humble Sir Robert the reft of tlie of differences and may arife out of the late failure at and fuch arc ever attached to the of human guns may and courtiers congratulate the temporary triumph your may be that the pitiful the of at is the contempt of and that fuch wretched attempts at by the of and the of grofs and muft finil of their 'tis are but there is one my whom their antipathy has augmented in the ratio of their former and his relative There is one my to be revenged whom they will readily forego every other and whom they hold in greater abhorrence than your Lordi hip's fine eaft 1 nay even beyond the fertile imaginations of Lord or Mr.