St James's Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 19, 1765, London, Middlesex T H fe Price From January to January 22, 176, No. 606. Jan. 21. From the LONDON St. Jan. 1765. Y a Letter from the Hon. Major General Commander in Chief of his Forces in to the Earl of one of his Principal Secretaries oT dated at York ihe 13th of 1764,. the following Advices have been The Perfidy of the and and their having broken the which even the Savage Nations hold each required Measures to reduce We had experienced their Treachery fo that I determined to make no Peace with but in the Heart of their and upon fuch Terms as make it as as it was This Conduct has produced all the good Effects which could be or expected from it. Indians have been and reduced to accept of Peace upon the Terms to in fuch a Manner as will give Reputation to his Arms the The Regular iand Provincial Troops under Colonel having been joined by a good Body of from and others from Maryland and marched Fort Pitt the Beginning of and got to about the 15th. The March of the Troops into their threw the into the as they had hoped their Woods would protect and had of the Security of their Situation from our The Indians hovered round the Troops during their but of to were told that they might have but every in their malt be delivered They brought in near and to deliver the reft but as their were not they engaged to deliver the Whole on the ift of at the Forks of the about 150 Miles from Fort the Centre of the Delaware and near to the molt Settlement of the Colonel Bouquet kept them in and moved his Camp to that He obliged the and fome broken Tribes of and to bring in all their even to Children born of White and to tie who were grown as as and unwilling to leave and bring them bound to the They were then told that they muft appoint Deputies to go to Sir William to receive fuch Terms as be upon which the Nations mould agree to ratify And for the Security of their Performance of and that no further mould be a Number of their Chiefs muft remain in our The above Nations to j but the were more They did not approve of the and were particularly to the giving of But finding their had no and would only tend to their the Troops having penetrated into the Heart of their they at length became that there was no Safety but in and were obliged to to the fame Conditions as the other They immediately gave up forty and the reft be fent to Fort Pitt in the This laft not being admitted the immediate of all being the Sim qua ncn of it was that Parties be fent from the Army into their to colled the and conduct them to Fort They delivered fix of their principal Chiefs as into our and appointed their Deputies to go to Sir William in the fame Manner as the The Number of already delivered exceeds and it was expected that our ies would bring in near one hundred more the s feem Proofs of the Sincerity Humiliation of And in ice to Colonel I muft the I have to him j and that nothing the firm and which he in all his with cherous would ever have brought to a I now flatter that the Country is to its and that a. and it is to be lafting is concluded with all the Indian who have taken up Arms his of To appear Jan. 26, and March 1, at Four in the at John now or late of To appear Jan. at Jan. 30, at Ten in the and March 2, at Four in the at Dividends to be Feb. 18. John late of and at Eleven in the at the Queen's in Feb. 15. Richard of Leather in the of St. at Five in the M Certificates to Feb. 9. John of Feb. 9. James of of St. FOREIGN Dec. 29. On the 17th the Coronation Dyet debated upon the tbe General from which Royal claims an The Deputies from that Province warmly their Right cf Exemption from this the Province having obtained it when it under the Protection of the King and the and that taking it away would be a Breach of the Treaties between Poland and the King of That the Province was in no unwilling to contribute to the public Exigencies of the but muft infill upon maintaining their Prerogative in the Cafe and if they were deprived of it would pro tell again ft it by a All were 10 no it being voted a that the Province of pay the General as well as the other may have fome Deputies having thereupon immediately quitted the Dec By a arrived from we have received the agreeable News of the Arrival of the French Troops to acl again ft and that they had already taken of all the Places belonging to the except it is Troops are not to on the endeavour to them to agree to a of that in the mean Time an Accommodation may be brought Jan. J. Chief of the Malcontents of has te be to our fome on the Subject of the entering that to occupy the five Holds flill in the Hands of the but they are not likely to be of any Dec. 18. By Order of her the Senate has entered into a Contract with Mr. an by which this Merchant has a Right to cut down certain Quantities of Timber in the bordering upon the Lake for Timber and The Contract is for 30 during which Time he is permitted to employ annually 20 Ships to export the Timber to and as many more Ships as he can deducting the Quantity of the Timber he that out of the Timber he contracts to cut He is permitted to build at from in that Neighbourhood and the Duties on Exportation are to be agreeable to by the Tarif of the Year 1757. Jan. 8 There is a that Prince is at in where he has found Noblemen of his among whom is Count Great Standard-Bearer of Lithuania and that he has fent a Gentleman of Confidence with to the wherein he the Porte to their good Offices with the King and that he may be reinstated in of which he has been deprived by the Sentence of the Grand Confines of 29. The Houfe in Gratitude for the which they have received of Natural have their the elded in has to twelve Pieces of Brafs Cannon for the of the renounced the Sum of 9000 Florins which had been advanced him on Account of the COUNTRY Jan. 18. We Lear that the of Chrift the Rev. Gordon pf Sft. and the Rev. Mr. will this Day be Degree of in at the fame Time Mr. Merrick of St. John's College is to be to the Degree of of This being 53- from the will by this to the Degree of of College Hall Corpus College Trinity St. John's College King's College College College Emanuel College Jefus Magdalen College College Sidney College and 19. This Day came on of the Lady vacant by the Death of Dr. late Mailer of St. John's College the Dr. Chaplain to his and one of the Fellows of and of the Poll the Numbers for Dr. Brooke 49', and Dr. Law 37 Dr. Brooke declared duly ah in the SHIP Jan. 15. Arrived the from for with Stone in the the and the and tie Jan. Arrived at the Man of Capt. from out to the Niger Man of Arrived and carne into the Prince from the New from Grace on a William and for Prince from South fof from Jan. down and remain with the Ships as before the William and for for for j for Africa for and for Arrived his Majesty's fiom - Wind S. W. Ships as G for Dublin j for and for fro n Ac Friend's from At from Newfoundland 5 aid from New At At from L O N D O N. Letters from the Lower Elbe confirm the Account that chey had felt in December that as well as in fome violent Shocks of the Earth and that the of the Rivers have been fo frequent in that a Piece of Laird of twenty which had been up by an was filled with and actually formed a Lake forty Fathom We hear the Route of fome Men of lately intended for the Leeward is now and that they will quickly proceed to in the Gulph between Cape Florida and the Mouth of tire in order to watch the Motions of the according to Advice are to It was on Saturday Morning reported at the other End of the that fome lare from the Court of Spain would a Admiral to the with a View of enforcing on the Spot an effectual Payment of the Manila We hear that the French paying the Sum due for the Maintenance of their of in the following 170,000!. within eight Days from the Time of its being agreed upon by our more within twelve and Remainder at eight quarterly They write from that three extra Packet Boats have lately been appointed to the following viz. One to one to the and a third to and the neighbouring of The Speaker lately was attacked in the Indian Seas by Pir faid to be headed by a Brother of The Half an but the Speaker applied her great Guns fo tlut one of the Enemy's was obliged to towed off. The the Bloody and endeavoured ti bo the having a great Number of in the Whole to above 2000 The and Royal in Company with the Albion when fhe was but are thought to be into the The a Ship Barley parted her Cable in the Morning 6f the 23d in the Bay of ' was entirely The was A Dutch Gerald Vander failed the zift ult. out of Cadiz Bay fjr and was loft the Day following at Night off The Captain and lev eh Men were The St. from London to and is loll into A Detachment from the Royal Regiment of Artillery at laft Week received Orders to prepare for Embarkation for North We hear a will be brought in this to the Importation of Myrtle Wax from South The Gentlemen who went down to Margate to endeavour to fave the Corral out of Albion returned one of it has been she Ship is quite up in that the upper Pare of her Mails can only The Rev. Mr. to Lord L appointed of at The Ball on Friday at St. on Account of her was very brilliant and Their Majesties entered the Room about Nine o'Clock j when the Ball was opened by his Royal the Duke of York and The continued till near Two in the but their withdrew a On Friday a Lady the Misfortune of at a Diamond of a and diligent Search Was it could not be his Royal Prince Henry his attended Divine Service at the Chapel for the The Report of the Death of Lady Hertford is without the Saturday the ended at the OM Bailey when all the tried that Day were At the above received Sentence of one to be for Fourteen and twenty-two for Sevan one and two The next Seifions will at Guildhall on thv 25 th of and on the 27th, at the Old On at his Houfe in aged 71, Conyers Saturday Morning Mr. a Linen in the Lady of the Hon. Lord one of the Lords of the at his Houfe in is hereby that Mrs. Mary I is removed from the Buck and in to the old Red Lion and Buck and in Fenny on the and at a large neatly fitted up the faid Inn ibr the Reception of and the laid begs Leave tc acquaint the Public in general that to with their that they may on the beft of Liquors and the The Continuance of the Favours of former Friends will be By their moil humble mary The faid Mary Scotton has alfo fitted up a neat new with and able arid careful at the Notice and Port The is kept at the faid AT SMITH'S and is always to be and retail great Choice of Feather and fit whirt and Flanders &c. very large of Carpets of the fined Colours and Patterns and Turkey Curtains for of fine flowered Cheney and ail to vvith Studs and Numbers being on may be feen Feathers in any As 1 have always a large Quantity of the above I am determined to fell on very low A for Ready Money '