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North Briton (Newspaper) - July 8, 1769, London, Middlesex THE NORTH NUMBER OR OF THE To be continued every Price Twopence JULY I Plague on both your Romeo and MINUTES of the HOUSE of continued from and the PROCEEDINGS in the HOUSE of Mercurii Die Further hearing of WILKESs t the and Wallace called THE Houfe was informed Wallace was of explaining fome part of evi dence given After I was examined on the merits of the I had ever been Council for him It did not occur to methen that I had and fo I I fome of printers which I in which I thought might have a After I borne I into my papers about 5 or 6 years ago I faa I was Council fur him in fome and in an indictment of which I believe Wilkes was the Whether cue of the not the Under of State Wallace Cole was heard for and the defendants cafe on the evidence which had been and called no Serjeant Leigh wss heard by way of Wilkes and Council That the two orders made by Lord Chief Juffice of the court of Kings for the amendment of the informations exhibited in the faid court were accord ing to law and and the practice of the faid and confirmed by the determination of the faid court and that the complaint of in reaped is frivolous and that the upon the faid Chief for making the faid two orders thereby are utterly and tend to the minds of the people the of public That Wilkes has not made good his charge Philip Carteret E Ordered That the of the proceedings on the fevers informations in the court of Kings the faid Wilkes be adjourned till half an hour after eleven of the clock this The order of the day being read for taking into further the report of the con ference with the Lords upon Friday the day of December That the report be taken into further this morning at eleven of the The order of the day being read for the of the matter of the charge John Efq a member of this of his being the author and publisher of an the copy of a letter to Daniel Efq chairman of the at and dated the lyth of contained in the Sti Jamess printed by Henry That the hearing xf the matter of the faid charge be adjourned till this morning at eleven of the To the Printer of the JA M E ss CHI lie 1 1 December you the following authentic the date of prior by more than three weeks to the fatal loth of J how long the horrid in Georges Fields had lJen planned and determined before it carried into and how long a project can be brooded over by tome infernal without one mo ments Jovis
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