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Middlesex Journal And Evening Advertiser (Newspaper) - August 31, 1775, Middlesex, Middlesex From Thursday j Aug us t 3 r ro September 1. * * at half went the where there was the following were the of Canterbury's Lady the the Maids of Newcastle and of and Generals Moll i Sir Robert Mr. and all the left and the Earls Their Ma. and went to at St. with that had hour of each the one other from were to to both fSe navy were at and had on alter breaking Up of the Court a con- ' tne fame time ' the navy were by It certain has it in of not before if is 300,000!. will be Ling has orders to his fe throughout this kingdom to within their ' v A Idler dated May 19, ofthe people of this city u arc not in Europeans fo far Having are kindly to favour their com- - 1' that his hi i h order to the has ordered a bounty to the great of to market bis friend 4ont dated July 5. are certain curious which afford much matter reflection to a of the great parti and on very its 4n3mc&rnut^ is now become as and contemptible as it was formerly cruel and Let flue an or two: When is called the Permanent Council was try the members who formed the affairs of be to that this was it this to an that muft arife in the of every mail Did not two of the great Ruffia and make in the affairs of Poland Was it their rights that they Wt for them that very Powers fent and maintained long and deluges of blood to be find that the to the injured pretence to the ambition give an that die people in that colony are all in and are daily the discipline that all are to bear arras from the age of to 56 j and they have men ready to take the field at the letters farther that they have fent to army a large quantity of ' of a from 24. -' ( from New-York and dated the middle of crops of wheat and flax Teed in America to exceed any ever known alfo that the would be continued till the loth of We are that three with a large of gunpowder arms for the ufe of thy arrived fafe at New-York of Jaft having thiee men of war which lay in tht For to their law to of the is t dated AuguA 29, Kince of In the Queen after fet off which is from letters are of Quakers up aras in this about do not amount to 6o>pr are not of repute in tuil the of throughout America in the the parent and its the at which A from the 6ur fo much talked of for laws in the the it Was fays in it Has br the maternal the natives feem unwilling to engage of traffic with Europeans that them to feek drefs they are another is our laws can acceptable to their warmth of temperi and rience for the renders the tedious of our j he the cafe of a who was well quainted with our and had in out when he read the and an of the of a from its commencement to had formed a of returning to and when the Gentleman left India was fettling his affairs for that The experience of ages convince that climate has great influence over civil and though free Governments have beneath the Torrid yet their date was fo that we can that laws freedom in Northern and Southern cannot by any effort of human be permanently in the ' the Court of Directors took up the following fhips to be employed in the Company's the but the particular voyages of each is not yet Lord Capt. Gran by OH the From arrived at 3>over. On the 17th'iHffant with the ' She 18 30. ' and j are wiA one and are all with 57 one is arrived at Hull from tlie a from 7io^&r�r3 of wheat from New York 808 of and 28; quarters an i. arid Plymouth to continue for of the for fea are on board the at the following be the * - - 35�� Farnham - * North 700 34,000 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 H Lord Duke of Prince of Royal John Benjamin John Daniel David Samuel James Arthur Jonathan Robert 15 Robert 16 Andrew 1 17 Gilbert 18 Earl of William The long between the Captains Nairne concerning the command of is finally fettled fon being appointed to the above Nairne to have the command new the above Latham is to be morning arrived at her moorings in the the Sea Eaft Capt. from His the and in her at ExtraS of a letter from 27. town and Plymouth dock wear a new face to what they have done for two months nothing can more fight to the people there than to fee 4 or 500 with their chips on their parading through the only a war could be more agreeable to The old men above 46, are in hopes of being received as the officers in general feem their caufe and indeed men from 40 to 50 are certainly the beft in the yard they are 'tis fo as of but then they have much more knowledge in their which more than makes up for the difference of the The that came in laff forward in her and if wanted icon be afloat rail of a letter from dated the ult. Frederick and Capt. from London to is put into this port very and it js imagined muft land the cargo in order to repair The together with a brig laden with naval bound to on the near the and as the wind has been all and it is apprehended they mull received His now at is put into com the command of which is given to Robert and is ordered to bs filled out for Lambeth came under the propriety of ing the Canterbury and other of was favour ofthe that there books in ' be charged that though he iad not been charged within the memory of yet he was as an inhabitant of the occupier of to pay to all taxes within and in that as a he apw paid the that the of the laft thirty years had been compelled to pay rate at Fulham j the of at though neither bekke the memory of that to pay the Royal never till lately Were now paid for j that if the pleaded his being he ought prove it. It was argued in the that he was there was an order that foreigners pay double fees at and a double charge had been taken of the executors of the late this charge it was it might arife from the the making the which neither ought nor could be on the that the palace nor park could be there was no of having been maintained as fuch by that and transferred from one to another for maintenance on the that certain formerly part of the now paid to the which could never have been the if they were After much the was called and there appeared to be for charging the and by this means an income of 200I. per it has been loft to the as the palace and its dependencies are to be worth from 1500I. to 2ocol. per While the numbers on both fides were enquiring many neighbouring inhabitants were fent who came after the was and turned the majority in favour of the It is faid an attempt will be made to charge him at the next Mifs Pope is engaged at at neither of the The caufe of difference at we was in point of which had a right to have in proportion to the dearth of excellence which at reigns in the theatrical The at - A celebrated DocW of laft in a chapel riot a hundred miles from in upon the and the neither will they be though one rofe from the two thirds of his time in exhibiting fuch horrid pictures of and and that a large of amiable young were terribly and the reft of the congregation at fuch language from the pulpit the other third part of the Was Very The Rev. near is the rectory of near in per vacant by the of the Mr. ' - - wiger was decided in St. was laid on Sunday and proves out geritry hive of of how bh a for fifty one laid other that fum that? could hdp froni to the top of in half aH hour him ttf reft aS ofter as he fo that the Hopping did riot exceed thi half The hopper however his for by fo often and to long that minutes were gone before he got about eight o'clock iA in of the late the fand wafer Overflowed banks of at Bridge in arid coni rSing till near two m the fuch an as to break windows of the ground floors of eVery in and in Of them up to it The lofs is and general and Well as yet be that hai the Neath and by the at viz. Richard and for 24. qf refined Martha for Harford and Daniel fbr breaking and houfe of three fiber and divers things Laft about eight his Duke of St. Alban's was riage near the by two robbed his and refilled They appeared belonging to a at St. Sir to Mifs Ihi of the late Sir Henry at St. William of of On at of Wei near to the widow of the Williams de of Ori Abraham A. to niece to Charles Mr. John Mifs of Ring On Mr. Solomon facing the Laft at Merchant in that On atn Mr. Head Butler ' On in Old Frances the only daughter of the late Sir in the county of On Mrs. wife of the Rev. Mr. John of in the On Mr. Edward Mafter of the in On the Rev. Mr. Richard of near at went for the recovery of her Mils of Mr. William near On in the 68th his Mr. John of A few days Ann of in widow of Mr. Abraham Kad the fortune to be gored by an which her i Aug. 26. On Sunday night two coming from Dunboyne to were and murdered near The fat on their and brought in their murder by 4- A few days ago was married the Right the Earl of to Mifs daughter of the late John A few days ago died at the Deanery houfe ia aged 92, the Rev. D. D. Dean of Aug. Laft Monday the 28th re- giment received the route for the is to begin its march hence on 25th be followed by the fecond and laft division the next in order to join regiments who are to embark there Am that the late of has bequeathed 850I. to Sir Edward for his patriotic j 350I, to John Wilkes Lord Mayor of with neither of he had the acquaintance and and his to Meath Aug. 19. in company pf the 1.7th regiment from two from early this morning two companies more from who joined the remainder of the and are under arms for
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