St James's Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 31, 1765, London, Middlesex H R N. THE Price y ] to February 2; 17155. No. 61 n Feb. CO UN T R Y W 8. Boy belonging to one of the Sloops employed in Our had 5 I. and hoarded it up in a Box on board the to which he and had engraved on every fome particular while he was gone from to Armine a few Days the Money was he therefore to the Mafter of to lend him 3s. which he but the Boy observing the Shillings to have hrs Mark upon told the Mailer they were his upon which he was threatened with he made the of it this the Boy no longer than while he got to when he applied to his who apprehended the and he is fince committed to York Canter Jan. 30. On Friday were committed to William William and Robert they being charged OA the Oath of Robert with robbing him on the near of upwards of 76I. They are charged bf a Two-Guinea four a fome and a Pinchbeck Metal at the fame S H I P E W 3. die from At trom the from O N D G They write from by the laft Holland that a contagious was making great Ravages in the Ottoman Dominions on the Side of and that a prevailed in Croatia the which had carried off Numbers of By Letters from Spain it that Works of Strength have lately and a Settlement made on the Ifland of Tinian in the Pacific This Place lies in the Traft between Manilla and and was a Defert when the late Lord refreshed there Voyage round the Letters from Parts of Germany that ever fince New Year's Day they have had a continual Series of dark and that the Sun had been invisible there for a which to the left fome fatal They from that the Fire Wood for making Charcoal for their Iron being very much was become and that a Premium has been offered for the making of Letters from Pan's mention between their and the which feems likely to be carried to Private Letters from Paris that a Treaty of a very advantageous Nature has lately been concluded with the Court of among other to merican Provinces with 40.000 Negroes from in a certain Number of which naturally accounts for their late extraordinary Solicitude to extend their Settlements on the Codk of An prevails at for khe People to go the laft Night of the Year to the to fee the Samples of all Sorts of curious and which are then to by the Whatever Precautions the Police can thee are always but this Year the Mob was remarkably fo many Quarrels that People we're The Guards obliged to make ufe of their the Chevalier de Captain of the w s fo wounded that he is fince The Account of Load being into the and his is without The Ships put into that Place had Major Smith and other Officers on which The Capt. and the Captain j now ' at are both to carry-over a Number Of Soldiers on the Company's Account to and are afterwards to be as trading A Dutch to is on the Coaft of the Crew were taken up by a Ship from A Dutch from bound to is loft Sable de on the Coaft of the and Part of the Cargo were A Dutch Ship Henry from Havre de Grate for is loft on the Coaft of We hear a certain Bounty to be paid per on the Importation of American Hemp of that granted by the in order to encourage the more ex Cultivation of this They write from that the to which Fugitives ftt Havannah after its being to vaft to into their Soon which an Opportunity was taken to them among the on with a View of preventing future that returned in the Frigate fenfe to demand them the Governor of Laft Friday came on the of a for BorOugh of Fowey in in the Room of the late Jonathan when Reginald of Was x a the to enable the Rev. M. A- Chaplain to the of hold the Rectory of in to lately by the of on the of Dr. Dean of The Rev. Mr. Morning Preacher of St. M is of the united of St. Michael and Martin cf a Letter from Jan. 9, 1765. Laft Friday Mr. of St. of Mr. John Thody of this his Oak and Remainder of Oak which Hair grows on It has excited Hundreds of the who have examined it different not one of them was able for fo extraordinary a But Mr. explained the natural and fundamental Caufe of human Hair growing on the Oak which he to lay before Royal of which he is a P. S. What Is he a large Nail from one of the which had been emerged and the Iron capillary Tubes with Hair of a Silver Laft a young Man come out of was met by a well Man who hiin how he how long he had been in and he a good Place The Countryman replied he did when the other told that if he would go with him to a near he would give him a Note where to apply for one: They had not been long together in the before other young Fellows came who fat Gaming fome the if he would make he but at length and they foon tricked him out of 3L 8s. They then gave to a Gentleman at they faid a Man to look after but he c. uld find no fuch Perf n as directed and he returned Sharpers had made off. Morning a Quarrel in Eift Smithfield between a and a Woman whom hi when latter Wilkins in the with a which Wound penetrated fo that he as wett conveying him to the Infirm The Woman got and took her 27I. of the A few rhe of Mr. the Blue in 1-Streer, was bn kc an J. of Sixty a and three which were carried eff Monday the of Mr. in Derby - si was robbed of four Silver a Quantity of Sec. as by fome getting when the Shop was opened in the concealing Part of the And the next John a young Fellow who lived in the being taken on and carried before at the Publick Office in afier a long that he had eot into Mr. in the and in the Cellar till Six in when the 5hop was that he then packed up the the and with his which he then to the King's and hid them in 0p-On^iis Intelligence the was carried and the Dunghill But it appeared that a of Dung had been carried awry the Place the fame by a Country after much found toa Woman Gardener at on produced all the her Bryant Man haying ed them into her on his bringing florae Load of A few Days at in his Way from Exeter to of an Nicholas of at his at near John at his Apartments in- the Great Covent of Society Of Great Mr. a Printer few Days ' at the Rev. Rector of in the Bth at his Brother's Houfe in Dc aged 74, Brett A Gentleman of Credit has a from a great Number of made among his Friends and Acquaint bids the of any yet known for an effectual Care of the It is ei from the innocent fo that the tendered is perfectly fafe in the taking of and the Proprietor being prevailed by the of his to it to the and having by long Experience fully of its Virtues and he engages to art any who may be willing to give k a further without peeing any other Gratuity if called to any Dillance from than what the of the may This Medicine the peculiar Virtues of throwing the from the Head and into the - of the from which it will remove it in a very Letters to M. to be left Ho near the New Church in the S will be and attended the N. B. This is an internal Letur from a Gentleman at dared 30J 1764, received by bis at the by the XT 7 E arrived laft Week after a YV of fifteen Days from Jamaica I cannot fay it was a very agreeable as the Captain the Sloop was quire with the when we made any no one knew what Land it but by the which was vc at thank we ved at tins and I muft declare we were all to fee fo a I w ll not attempt to give you a particular Defer of as I look upon it it bad In the Place the Soil is a fine White which finks in with as you two Foot which can produce no one thing on Earth j in the here are three in the the firii is the which is what c ill an and has three or four Rooms in the whole Houfe we din d laft and the Rats and Mice have Liberty to walk through the Room without you does not Juit me at the others and Mr. which we haVe dined in the I is the only that ever wrote in Favour of this and J muft fay I believe he is forry for writing fuch as it has deceived every is here for he certainly wrote that the Soil was fe it would produce fo far the it produces nothing we cau get no Greens but Turnip and few of the Price of every thing here that is y ij comes from England and oLier Places fo judge how dear every thing isi The we heard that there were four hundred wild Indians encamped about Half a Mile from tlie Town and as we fat at Tea in the of came in fo they could riot Hand | were wld we muft give which was all they came for j but one of them would fleep in an octet Room all which he and when we up in the which was pretty he was In about two Hours the King of them Title Wolfe King he very lucky for usj thiat he fell down in the before he could center the Houfe he called oat for which was brought and then he upon our which we were obliged to though early in the Morning he was h he he drank two or and would have drank more Buta Gentleman that came to pay us a ' had for fome of to take him which they after getting as drunk Tite next Day the shey did hoj offer to Come but we went 50 the Door for fear they mould j could perceive they liked the Ladies Drefs very Fingers on any Part of iti and laugh very heartily 5 in particular they admired the Ladies and for them to give them to them but when they found they would they the Pins in their and took fome which a Lady in Company immediately out her with which they much and took tilery one X luckily had brought fome Silver Ware from England made into and gave of them which made them as fine The only thing their King is known is his of one of Shirts that the Carmen ivear in and a - chief round hir and a Bit of Cloth bound about his Legs and which forSh es and his Chief Men are known by fome Beads plaited about and all the common Men have nothing but a which they Tie round their and when they they and wrap up in The Worsens is the a except the and their is a Bit of coloured Cloth tied round their Wa lis Hair is ornamented with Beads of all Colours round their we took a i ide on to their they much to fee our Women as is the among them for the Women and the Men to tlie do work in and never fit when - is a Man in the Men but get and wild we had the to they would all leave us as foon as they hud received their which of and a I aia forry to acquaint that M obi lie for Months of the very and are obliged tocome down here for that that after that Time ft is very he and abounds with Plenty To the and Freeholders of the County of THE great Encouragement I have met on my obliges me to return you my and hearty Thanks and as the for this County is the of next I beg Leave to foUi your further Support by your Attendance on If your in j be fo fortunate as to meet it hi my Endeavour to merit the in me by a faithful Discharge of my to my King and and in partially firm Attachment to the of the Co. I amy great Tour And ' Jan. 1765.