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Middlesex Journal And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - April 1, 1775, Middlesex, Middlesex venini Price Two An ANSWER TAXATION NO Add to the A v t so r fo Person s in Po w b r. juji Price 6d.� from our thus done you proceed to a premature triumph over the arguments snd principles of your forty when yon come to this the legislature of a 'the a larger This but do not to or Jo apply Let us try for a moment whether there The legislatures of the for is you call them in Similar to Ours j the fame relation the provincial which iear to the Now 1 do pot find that our ether to them in Neither do I that the provincial had fuch had they been as to The provincial sre con and by the immediate aft of the Crown iii the fame mancer as ' Are the meetings of or fo Writs are America Crown to the Sheriffs of the counties have a new re elected for every general in each Is this a ceremony belonging to r ' to April 4, 1775. 939- boroughs from time to that property might be plough not fo accurately as The elective principle therefore was general and as property originally If of has altered this fo as that the principle has in its That fome change that principle be That be revived the Whereas is bad it Should be impaired in that there ' a Shadow of M April 3. Prom the LONDON April i. March his Majesty Carrie the HuiSe of being ifl royal robes oh the throne the I Francis of the Black fent with a to be the or fach have we the under the Seal of the of the of and our the 20th day of Van By order of the States ' affixed the feal of their High March 12.. The 5th of Saxony's their in the morning the Nobility and Foreign celebrated in great Gala her the Reigning Saxony was taken very ill a is. to be no at 0parij nor and not dine in public as the marriage of the Duke of Chablais with Mariana was articles are to be the marriage to take place - The of the horned the but it not appeared on this Mr An aft trade com merce pP arrived the Mail from 11. The 33 of for the of the of Stated in the following for 18,000 troops oft he and other 3�3.?3>333 florins for the King j 154,030 for the of if Senators in the Permanent fage from his to of Their BKe their in- the Houfe of ours with a Speech from Throne the the come hither and there is. the fame inter- was to between and the executive as be- ' iween the this be faid of laws pf Sit ail Officers J and Providence in and the whole to to legs ai public lav tKe Islands in the receive the royal in like manner with Provinces and Colonies from ads of Does this to ring on the Blanks of 14.0^,000 for the of the men arid money Other places 150,000 for the conditions and and together An aft to amend made in the of the The of the reign of. his for other departments are reckoned at making and maintaining a from the Coventry ' They write from ' a courier was arrived there with the An aft to the of the treaty of peace Signed by the year of his with what ing and the navigation of the between the two The and that the peace will bece 0?: toth of the fame day An for for and for military the late Can this of Or would Mr. Grenville or tho think of feuding to any or tell that if would tax for parliament would - nontax ' I mould be to dwell longer on fuch a 1 Your next that Americans have no to for that they are in And how do you prove though not in in Great not being are not J that none of the Americans are and that they are To borrow an idea which this has It that there are kinds of one and the other that who have votes are and that who have not votes are virtually And therefore as it muft be made that the Americans are in fome manner or and as it is to fay that they are it is thus deduced are and that they are very it they are not But I the may be in which a is once mentioned as a known to our law or There is no lam bold to that from the year book down to the commentary of If therefore this idea is allowed it muft be not as a maxim of but of general As fuch it will apply equally to all governments as well as to that of Now if it be that every man is virtually in the legislature of his though he has no Share in then it is true that the Americans may be virtually in the But it is equally that the fame may be faid of every nation under the with to its The Grand Signior for has the legislature of the Turkish empire in his own he is the virtual of his people therefore jand his Subjects have the of equally with the Americans and thus all the of the world are happily brought to a To comfort the it is your practice to tell that though they lefs freedom and privilege than their brethren at yet that the people of Great Britain have little of Thus you exaggerate the number of in Britain and Seem to impeach the having been negligent of the In. whole i think you the drift of the as 1 Shall endeavour to But to touch it upon your own Women and minors are a great majority of every people have they ever been So far the has as for the In our feudal the property of the that fell to was for the part pretty equally divided into * * - C for repairing from to the Turnpike Road leading to Stump in the counties of Cambridge and Suffolk for road branching out peace concluded with the near the Devil's Don John Sherlock Cc on Newmarket to join the leads to and for of ana oY aad Binder by the wife % that the of RuSlia will foon a with the whole treaty of pike road repairing the Highway through the town of Newmarket to the turnpike road from thence to - And to Six private March 30. Their High the States General have this day a of which the following is 3 translation THE States General of the united to all who Shall or hear Be it yet no thing particular let military to every was at that time and particularly that ot constituting county Moneyed proper ty was little or at it members for towns ana that for particular us thereunto have thought fit to and we hereby do all exportation of guns and by Ships belonging to the dominions of Great provisionally for the term of Six upon pain not only of of the arms and ammunition which Shall be found there on but alfo of a fine of a guilders over and at the charge of the Shall be and liable to execution for the That we further thought and we do hereby that during the term of Six no or other of Shall be embarked on board any other whether foreign or belonging to this to be without or permission of the College of under the embarkation Shall be made upon pain of of the or other which Shall have been embarked out and of the commander's incur ring a fine of a on board o Ship the faid arms and ammunition Shall have been and his Ship .to execution for the Said that no one may pretend we call upon and require the the Hereditary the of and the of the the respective and all other the Officers and of to caule this oor to be forthwith pub and in all places where Such publication is wont to be And we do further charge and command the of the the Advocates together with all and to pay obedience this our proceeding and Commandant of the King of Morocco his Generals and on the 11 th of to about a general but they ting to him the danger of fuch an he was obliged to lay thoughts of to the great of his who to have by an attempt of that freed from their While Melille is defending fo we are very uneaSy about Penon de which to defend being obliged to get from March n. We are positively allured that the Court of London has offered its to terminate the difference which has ceremonials between the Court of Turin apd the Republic of 26. John Baron Lord &c. of the States of the Province of and their Deputy In the of the States General of died of an ' L O N D ExtraS of a Letter from March 20. f The King has intimated to the Princes of that their company be wit for the in the Queen's where they ufed to fup at lealt once a It is this from their having refuted to paj the to the Archduke Maximilian of while he was at of a Letter from the March 24. * The lalt letters from Vienna that it wsj reported there that when the Constantinople exchanged the pf the peace lately concluded between the and the he demanded of the the of the of the of the part of Moldavia peopled the with the of arid that he trit the Porte never made but it was their own voluntary fo to dd or when they were obliged to it by the fate the Right r preached before their at the 1-royal St. Sword of. State was carried to and from Chapel by the Earl of After their returned from Chapel there was a and at which the Dukes of forti Earls of Lords General the were Lord Willoughby de into waiting St. in the room of the Earl of Lord of to the Yellerday the hew married Ladies of - arid were their at St. on of their respective Lord lately arrived in town from the South Of attended the at and his we with the Earl of will Shortly Set out for The fame Drogheda attended the for the LordShip's Arrival in towin - ive omitted in the of been Mr. 455 by Wright and 126 9 - and British value 20I.-10 by Walker and value 12I. British Roman Tp by Thomas window a Letter from the City of in Feb. 28. The ofthe weather fince the 9th, melted the on the the from whence ran like into ths then which did break till o'clock on the morning of the 15th after which the water rofe fo .as to be perceived every and very foon overflowed the carrying away large quantities of &c. The illands above the place flopt the formed and impeded the of the which rofe and only inhabitants had quitted On the 16th the ice to and the violent rising of the waters was as to be perceived before of the lower town was laid under and the inhabitants had but time to fave and the water having rifen or nine feet hi half an By the help of eighteen which were brought in the people were taken out of their attick and fome out of where they had gone for The waters } bridge without the town was under water the road on the fide of the and all the were five feet was then and the alarm when happily at noon the water began to fall as faft it had About have been carried ' On Friday Burnet of the Grenville took leave of the Court of in order to proceed on his Lord and will foon fee out to embark on board the faid Ship for The mafter of the Rolls has appointed John to be Keeper of. the records in the room of the late Mr. morning a Seal to the Rev. John M. Chaplain to Earl enabling him to hold the vicarage in county pf and together with the of in the county of and of 500I. per A few days fince the Rev. D. Fellow of All Souls was by that Society to jhe valuable of in the county of Saturday the Lord Mayor's family coach broka down in and Slightly The two footmen were beat off and Friday night fome men were feen Stealing lamps in and being and carried to The fire which happened at on Friday began at the houfe of one which it with feren other all in the It is known how it about one a broke at a Turpentine Warehouse in which burnt the damaged two other next to it. ' On Saturday morning an eminent near to Mifs Fanny of St. Die Friday Matthew aged fon of Mr. lames On 3fter a few days Mrs. wife of Mr. in at in Hon. Lady Margaret to ot On Friday morning a man and his elderly were both found dead in their at their in their throats being cut In a Shocking il appears fome villains had afterwards robbed the
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