Middlesex Journal And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - May 4, 1775, Middlesex, Middlesex Price Two Pence May 5. FOREIGN INTE May f. i HE Coronation the put on which account all preparations are at It is that there been an on Recount high price of corn and thar the unwilling the King travel at this he would be perpetually petitioned by his to relieve them from the famine which they are fuffer from the avarice of monopolizers } and which his woald incline him to enquiry into than fome as it would tend much to their L O N D O N. arrived a Mail from New brought over by the Duke of Cumberland Capt. She from New York the 6th of and arrived at Falmouth the Ne Jour of a from March 22. Since the army have found that the u paft for Nature's forming a bridge from they become and They are now their the by picketing on each The recommended by the Provincial to be as a day of fading and on the morning of this the at the of were greatly by a party of officers and of the 4th, or King's own When the people were they brought Market and pitched them within ten yards of the 1 then feat for three drums and three and them beating till was The 17th in the Colonel Hancock's elegant near the was attacked by a number of who with their cut and hacked the fence before his in a very by breaking peoples and every they met. The The neck guard 13,425 with through the information of fome dirty which we many among and about 300I0. of which were carrying into the was private Tie applied to the General bot he to it. They the very and fun a bayonet into hit The fame a number of officers heated with liquor is with drawn ran through the like what they realy cutting every one they the coach arrived from by they attacked broke the and the the driver being a jumped off hfs caught one of them and fome blows when the officer not much to his The 19th. Colonel Hancock was again much by a number of inferior officers and who entered his and to retire after his them Co to telling that &c. would foon be and then they would do as they However on his application to the he immediately fent one of his Aid de Camps to the officer of the guard at the bottom of the to feize any officer or private who mould Colonel or any inhabitant in their lawful Your's From the March 27. The following proceedings took place in the Provincial at March 24. Whereas it is for the of a free and the of their that they at all times keep a Hate of actual again ft every or and this colony being llill threatened by a powerful army polled in its with a of executing certain acts of the calculated to cur invaluable rights and and the Government of this Colony as by charter and law Therefore That the that have heretofore been recommended by and the former Provincial for the of putting this colony into a compleat Hate of be more by the as well as individual inhabitants and that any would be attended with the danger to the liberties of this and that of all as by the advices from Great we have undoubted for that bur enemies are unremitting in their endeavours by fraud and as well as by open to this people j which is an additional motive to the inhabitants of this colony in the line of conduit recommended by the and be ready to with aod at the every attempt for that Signed by order of the Provincial John } March 29. On laft following to General - -T ' it your We the men of the town of Billerica beg lea veto to your that on the 8th of this one T. an inhabitant the faid town of tarred and feathered and very much by 4 party of his under the of Col. know of no crime this man had been guilty that of declaring a friend to the liberties of his As guardians of the faid and from a regard to the liberties and properties of its wc cannot but this Your Excellency mult lie that this act is an high infraction of which is entitled and without which its is but a is unhappy for that we find troops quartered among us for the of enforcing obedience to atts of Parliament of Great Britain in and unhappy it of the character which troops Once additional intuits and be guilty of molt brutal We hope yoar Excellency will taka fome proper for accomodating this for we you we confident with our pafs this matter been told by your that you never meant the the town and Confiding in this we have and in our We therefore hope your Excellency wilt make it by your that you are determined the be that we may not be buoyed up with which in the end we unhappily find are not to be depended Lieut. Col. is an officer under your Excellency's of wc demand for the intuits committed by him we think it is in your We beg your Excellency that the already too between Great Britain and this Province may by the brutality of be We it always has and is and harmony may be and we may not be driven to the a nation can may it your we muft tell we if the innocent inhabitants of our country towns we muft think this man in this be interrupted by in their lawful with the town and created we hereafter ufe a very different from that of petition and If the grand bulwark of our are thus violently torn and if the powers on earth prove unfriendly to the caufe of and we are we can appeal unto Him who judgeth and unto Him we the New April 3. By a arrived from North we are informed that many hundreds of the inhabitants in the counties of North have his Excellency Governor the allegiance to the Xing and his declaring the of and and offering their to take the and under the Royal as foon as c lied The Charming Capt. failed lalt for in the above was by the Hon. the General this an du and loyal petition to his as alfo a memorial to the and a r. -y and to the of their mutual endeavours for a of the between the mother country and the The General Committee at in South on the 8th of lift among other matters relative to their complying with the of the Continental That as the colony of Georgia hath not acceded to the continental they from have no with the colony of but will hold them unworthy of the rights of ana as inimical to tiie liberties of the April 6. From we have accounts of in the King's and Queen's for the choice of deputies to a provincial and moll of the inhabitants of the former have agreed to be but the whole fenfe of Queen's county has not yet been On the 28th ult. trie Deputies from every and in met at the number of deputies being 173, when they read and approved of the American of as framed by the American They debated and approved ot the entered into by the But there was a hard to get a vote recommending to cur future Delegates to on the of this for tue advancement of the common 1 a of every advantage we might A true extract the I Jrom the wof ac Sec. ' the 4th of the after the of which was a 4ivi d St. at which the of EarL ot Lords &c. were was with his the Lady to her at and took leave of their M previous to her fitting out with her for Same day Lord and Lady Ligonier attended the St. and took leave of their they to fct out for ' morning the Right Hon. the Earl of Bute town from Luton and was afterwards at the Levee at Sr. The fame day Count who arrived from Holland I ait was at St. the The following was entered the proceedings of the Houfe of Peers on houfe For the entered in the Journals the 26th of February 1771,-which 1 at operate with equal force a Theatre in the town of and no or local can in my even the partial repeal of a law fo well calculated to re and and to promote the caufe of and religion as every fuch directly tends to the of very in the late of convocation to his the Prelates now fert this infinite do at this time a very gloomy to and The following are the names of the officers nominated from pay to command the fix n vr companies of viz. and whole of the above augmentation are to be quartered in Orders are Cent to to take into the King's all volunteers that and to them among the till they are draughted off. On the ult. failed from Corke twenty-four with the troops on to General Gage's army at The fame day tailed from twenty-one fail of fhips for being the fleet that ever failed from in that - A letter from dated May 3, Orders are come down for the keels of two of 74 guns each to be laid down in according to annual the Right J nomas with a great number of the Truitees and n to the Charity preceded a body of of 5,000 charity forming one other from to Chrift where a fermon preached Re Dr. Dean of. after which an was fung by fome the whole body of them four times .in The &c. dined afterwards together at the London where an was fung in honour of laudable the Governors cf the held their meeting at Taylors after a fermon preached at the before the of the by the Lord St There was a very large at Chapel and evening a about four years fon of a in into a pic near the where the roads are and was taken out Three Surgeons endeavoured to recover but in it was fupp fed ' by the that appeared on the body the child was killed by the violence of the Several accidents have happened there occasioned by the negligence of the in not watchmen with lanterns td direct who pafs way after Not longer ago than lalt tne Leeds returning to town was overturned by which Was thrown from his and terribly at ohe a at the Kind's at King it Wapi which greatly damaged the and burnt into the houfe before it was morning 3 femile infant child found London fide ot Friars bri with its bowels faid to have t ] Mr. John C tc Mrs. of On Mr. in to Mifi daughter of Mr. in On at his houfe in St. General George B He was with a fit of which one his blood and in about hour he expired iri great A he wjs taken ill he had his coach to the door in order to gO to the Lam el daughter of the Earl of at his hou e in On in New Robert an Agent for the A few days John of the army On of the Mr. Luke an eminent Grange Lalt Mr. in the On Sunday at after a Humphry late candidate for the of On in the 74th year of Mr. Alexander Li From the London Lo April 19, 1775. ' J and Directors ot ihd notice to all to or to put their children or wards on terms in and who be ed with in the lhat fo long as any iA hands upon the of directed to Mr. Jailer Secretary to the of ths faid at No. 104, good for the per return of ee with the number of Tickets may to N. B. The capital Prizes will be at the Bank in one month ths drawing is two months fouRer than ihe in State or than was to be paid in Every during the from to Ted o'clock in the warranted undrawn by the of the fold at ths faid and feist every night per or by fhe to all and By Order of tae Managers and D JASPER The agents employed by Mr. or the of every where fuch agents are will receive orders from their friends and during the drawing of the and the fame to thS Office as by which means they will be to Tickets warranted by the of the Lottery all the time of the or fo loni as any Ticket can be N. B. The Tickets will be and an account of their given the books j. and to that they a e will be by Mr. aad one or 9 cf the uf the to gained by duplicate 106 5� 26 of 300 600 oco j 500 3000 199 234.00 13500 6oc6 132700 To be puid at the Bank of England one month aftet 1 the above Benefit and of 50I and of there is 12,000 making Nine Blanks to a tne State there were only 81 above which is 740 Co one ths gaining above lOOi 229 the gaining above 50I. and 69 a 201. Tite a Tickets 13I. with '