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Middlesex Journal (Newspaper) - September 19, 1771, London, Middlesex T 11 ID D CHRONICLE HP V I 16 From SEPTEMBER to Price Two Pence F R I D A FOREIGN HE fome before for received a very extraordinary pre fent from the Jt is a large of vul which hath the property of Hopping all kinds of even by a rupture the arteries or large whereof nu merous experiments have proved the A who was condemned to the his life at Rome by divulging the of making The having heard of this a defire to have a quantity of which the Pope hath now fent together with the It is much talked and will be of in of a letter from On Monday lait the de Barry gave a grand entertainment in honour of the Kings Birth and was pre fent at The fame fame evening there was a con cert at the and afterwards fome fine fireworks and a at which many of were This is laid to be at the Madame de and on the fame Since the regiment of grenadiers of France has been many of the men have been taken into the regiment of The Djke a Grandee of Spain of the arrived here fome lay on account of his but others motives for his A publication has lately ap here under the title of Le Gartner which greatly engages the conversa tion and attention of the It is a fe upon all the public tions in the troubles began particularly with to the ba of the the change of the the of the the re duction of the It is faid that the King has a of livres for the of the Extract of a Utter from His has lately given or ders to remount all the regiments of and dragoons in his Since the war none of the regiments of have been io that J hear the number of wanted will be about I am forry that I can no agree able to you of the or the of Peace between and he 1 am that the Court of Vienna does not at ail the project of the Court of for rendering the Crimea inde pendant of the Pone for the and that they have made to the Czarina luch an What view they may have in or how tar it may be their that the Crimea re main under the power and influence of the I i have not enough to The King of o far from their way of and has re to join with them in to die of that jn the mean while this ot opinion retards the J with the Porte make peace without who for die moil part more to and that to accelerate the work or C O U N T R Y N E W On the lady of Recorder cf New was of a On the died at near Mifs only daughter of j i are and in February laft was here as a taking orders for a of Several people went to fee and with him on the of the fire at from what he fome are to believe he knows of the while others it to be only I a to get his debts and to the John is appointed Captain of a Company in the 2Oth regiment of in the room of Art nor who of a letter from in If you were to fee this you would think the Duke of Bridgewater was going to build a with a church of He has made a million and a half of and brought as large as upon Sa lilbury which with eafe he wields about by engines are to make his locks to de to the banks of the Merfey for though his navigation through and is yet as the river lies 28 yards below the and his of crofting the by a navigation bridge to Liverpool is at laid his barges go down to the river by which will be in j this and he have a free to pool in two This his workmen will cut a water carriage between the trading of and which will J open another magazine of profit to the Many of the gentlemen of this county met to fix the price of the land be longing to Sir Richard which his Grace is to cut through after two days de they fettled the fum laid for damage to j be nine hundred and odd SHIP 18 Arrived and failed for the the for The from re mains in the Wind at The from is ar rived at from at Vincents from at ditto from at Madeira j Charming from at ditto from at ditto from at Liverpool and from at From good authority the Printer received the following dated Venice the of write from that a confiding of came cut of the Dardanelles by order of the Grand and that who with his having met to them till he had drawn them out upon the high fea then facing he attacked them with fuch im that the Turks betook to and in the harbour of Modron near where they erected batteries on in order tu de fend the entrance of the Rear Admiral who was not enough to force the blocked up the mouth of in order to hinder the Turks from while he fent for and Admiral upon the flew immediately to join him they then fet amore 1500 with took the batteries fo that our hips entered the har bour without any and burned the whole except only four Cars which have and fell into the hands of the This affair happened on the 5th of Jury It is that fome very advices I have been received within few days from i the Court of relative to the private af fairs of his Kenn was convicted of value th of John And iix were JVI A j ti filk in parts of that Grau to Powell of the neighbour hood of that jj late one of tho Patentees of Covent has turned out better this than for fome garden kit Sir Ralph is to fet cfT next M week for his government of the j They write from tha crop of years at the of the Poll for a the number flood thus for Berwick 148 145 Mrr Parker fr 23 19 Dell 10 Blake 8 Bowler 7 Mn Crofby fome the other day to Alderman con the report of his having declared felf very bitterly the patriots and their proceedings by a few days only before he joined and pro contrary Kirk man Your forget what you have aid to as well as to me upon what you faid to me immediately before the Uemon at you are very as as the appeals to me are only anonymous j but mould any j or even your call upon me I with a real 1 hall think j bound to and to the and therefore I am iure your will take care not to appeal to j at a Court of A of the j Company of John was elected Mailer I of Droves of and of for the year afterwards they adjourned to London where they their f b Richard Poulterer of to Mifs Deborah lem at his i to his at Newington i of on Mailer of the in ivy Pater noller at Strat ford ia wife of an eminent widow of an eminent Hair in Lately at Henry a young of a large in the cf a ler from dated 1 Dear HAVE hardly time to acquaint that 1 never four days fo as J have done The place is crowded the gentry all them are fume of the ty cf Kingdom the Ladies make the ever one might imagine they have brought with ail of the The were and every night we have a The the of every thing that caa and in great plenty iii has no i the Jubilee that ever WAS ia The I have met with is the want of for A has the to enable i every place was taken up before I got the Richard late of Tri L 1 The public may be allured that the 2 in actual of other information re Lalt eid ay in an advanced Thomas Mas who the of Cor this city in the year t of from arrived jro in charge ot two of his Un W co in to fome of the ia letting fire to be was examined be Rogers but donot he pe ar he ha been able to point out any of the and on as loch itc poll he was for accordingly fet out the two iie in to hold the Vicarage in the county of va cant by An Evening paper private man of the regiment of the Tower He received a few days ago a fevere on the where he fainted The Surgeon was not pre only the Adjutant mans crime was only There was no more for a good than a bad On a man charged with being concerned in the murder of George j Gill a few days ago at Charing committed to the another an who GI in places with a is and is making after On of the i a public in went to and finding him l felf he took a place in the to return but had not been in it abve three before he j On Sunday ladthe houfe in was robbed the tallowing manner A man came pretended that he had j when he wis into ihe where j j he a note concerning the he had to i to Hill who is a i and deals he then and j came the next when he Hill was upon wrote and j j took an to plate and money j i j to of from a in the j parlour luckily he milled a lage fura which j j was in a things or value in the room he is known to Hills butler and On night a fire broke out at in which and greatly feve ral other morning fire broke out at a near Mill which burnt houfe to cottage at very extraordinary prices and many have not been in bed laft Sunday this has filled the pockets of the poor but if it was to continue many days believe it would kill half of as they have not been ufed to live in fo a man chaak Friday is the laft day I in a few days afterwards be and give you a more particular ac count of che whole of It is that the whole expence in keeping this Jubilee will net coft eiV than I hope it will not out of che pockets of the in STOC KS done this Day at One oClock New 3 per 217 Ditto a 26 yrs and i diC 58ths 3 per 3 per 87 a Ditto i 3 90 4 fhat Old Ann 86 FEATHERS in the AF a numerous Mccang cf the LIVERY of L O N D O to Al dei man T O W N S E N D ami S A W B R I D G it was That the L 1 V E R Y be to meet at the Half Moon j on Monday the j at Seven in to corr i or fit nd proper to be returned i to of tor the of one i of to bi for the Year that and upwards of 20 other a number of and and the conflagration of than what has been given them either by or Britain and that the laid information will bs at the meeting of 1 the when fome great men will be called to account for their wilful negligence in j eleven were tried at not only Count oe but Old one oi whom was capitally I fome ether employed by the French i to from king j doni to fuch j It is that the two foreigners who landed i in this kingdom on Sunday evening are the i Duke cf and con One day lod city for f a gKat place in a public to a ii the fur ftc for John on the highway near the Derby and robbing a gold ten and j other j alias con killing and flaying John by wounding him on the head with a which with fome irregularities cf hi s own T O D s SHRUB for the and Expeditions PUNCH iie lias many Year with to anA now to the parti thole or To be h 1 1 MONEY duly executed on the Be ft Brandy per Gallon or reduced to the own with pure Element Meat and and fome fine old 6 per to be jai for wn A of Five per to the and Allowance to the whom will give his on Boards or with his
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