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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - September 29, 1770, London, Middlesex U N IVE R T T Price TWOPENCE SEPTEMBER 1770 To the KIN O what a miferable fituation are cgocjo jf your affairs by a gang of the VILLAINS that ever uifefted any nation fince the birth of To you perfonally the kingdom bears a proper But the nation Kas a its molt efTen fcal and deareft interefts are abufed and facri The few great wifh to ierve their are baniihed from your councils and The common people and know Hence it that when it is neceffary to call forththe ftrength of your your people do not valuntarily enter into your fervice but you are obliged to have recourfe to the odious and unconstitutional method of to man the fleet that Las been put into thefe fevcn If fuch is yaur diftrefs what will it be next when the flames of war will be raging in nation in Europe The army is ab for the wanton and cruel maffacre in And the bafe and cowardly fur render of the Manilla has deftreyed the befl excitement to the Your people are not fo aj your Miniiters wifh them to This difficulty of getting men was foretold laft by the Marquis ef in the Houfe of He Such a general difiike to the fervice prevailed among the peo in every part of the that the officers could not get meii to complete their as well as every other dif is owing to ihe want of able and honelt Mi If the prefent and infamous continue much an icicot may that the public credit de An An account f Falkland LEAVING the Bahama anil Weil Indies we fhall proceed along the foutheafl coall of as far a the jzd degree of fouth where the by into the will perceive the Falkland fttuated near the Streights of at the utmol extremity of It has been generally that the rkrhefi gold mines in Chili are carefully concealed by the as the difcovery of them would only excite in the Spa niards a greater thrft for conqueifand and wotrid render their own independence mere preca King Charles of confiilered the dilcorery of this coaft of luch that Sir John Narboreugh was out tofurvev the Sudgrrs the neighbour ing coaft of and the p jrts in that frontier with if to pro cure lome intercourle with the Chilian who are generally at or ai leafl on ill terms with the Spaniards and to eliabhlh a commerce and a lalling with Though Sir tnrough accidental failed in this in promifcd fo many to this his tranfaftions upon that befiies the many valuable improve ments he furnifhed to geography and are an encouragement for further trials of this than any objection againft It ap peared Ly the precautions and fears of the Spani that they were fully convinced of the of th fchemc he was fent to and with theapprehenfionof its con It is that his Majefty King Charles fo far prefofTefTed with the belief of the emoluments which might redound to the public from this and was fo eager to be informed of the event of having intelli gence ofSir John NarborougKs pafiiog through the on his he had not patience to at tend his arrival at but went himfelf in his barge to Gravefend to meet As therefore it appears fays apthor of An fons that all our future expeditions to the SouthSeas mull run a confiderable rifk of proving whilft in our paffage thither we are under ihe neceffity of touching at the Portuguefe fettle ol Brazil they may certainly depend on having their and he trnyed to the Spaniards the difcovery of fome more to the where mips might and fupply themfeives with the neceflary feallock for their voyage round Cape would be an expedient that would relieve us from thefe and would furely be a matter worthy the attention of the this feem difficult to be effected for we have already the imperfect knowledge of two which on prove extremely convenient for this purpofe ore of them is in the latitude of and laid down Halley about eighty leagues to the eallward of Cape on the coaft of Pata gonia the orher is Falklands in the latitude of fiftyone and nearly fouth of Pepys The lail of thtf have been feen by many both French and who run the northeail coaft of thefj ifles in tbe year tells that they extended about two degrees in and appeared with gentle defcents from hill to and feemed to be good interfpeHed with and not adhtute Either of thefe as they arc iflands ar a coufiderablc dillance from the conti may be from their to lie ill a climate fufficieitiy even in might be of great confequeace to this nation and ia time of would make us roafters of rhofe It would from the fecret expedition lately made to the South this tlernenrbn Falkland finee that gentleman th government have another in round Cape which indeed is equally neceffary for place of general to refit and refrefh sifter effecting that dreadful navigation and when our in time of ap proach a hoftile the only ports in thefe feas being poflefled by the By our having the bofleffion of one har bour and Keeping the royal navy on a reA peftable we mail havjj nothuigto fear from all the united force of and Whoever tarns his eye to the nvap of and obferves the number of bur fettle and their fituatioa in refpeft to the poflef fions of thofe powers in this will impoffibility of their trads the of our pouring out from every porne of this immerife Add to njat haying iiitherto attempted their vith what may we notexpeftin a future frorajuch addirianal fo many convenient harbours to or to fupply our fleet1 and September Yefttrdoy arrived tht Mails from Holland and The izth the Porte received the melancholy news of the total deilruc tion of their The engagement began the qth at ten in the and jafted till the The of our fleet was owing to our Captain whoneglefted theadvice of Zeffer Bey and HaflVin The Captain Bacha has been fnice and Zeffer named Great Ad miral in his Moldavangi Paoha has received orders t defend the Strait of the befides lirong garrifons in the four here are in that canal four mips of and a great nuniber of tranfport veffels chained and furnifried with to defend that place to the The General Romanzoff only the Tofs of the Turks All the principa officers who are taken prifoncrs affure that it is not lefs than and that the Grand Vizir had only men to repafs the Danube with leaving in the ppflcffionof tne conquerors all the baggage belonging to the the military and upwards of 200 pieces of All the different of Tartars are actually in negociation with our Ge uerali to fubmit themfeives to the L O N Extraft of a Ittterfrom Yefterday noon the King of Pruffia ano alighted from his coach before he came to the Head were his Imperial Majefty waited to receive The inhabitants of this city were extremely affefted at the meetingof tbeie two great infomuch that when they went together to the quarters allotted for the King of moil of tbe people kneeled down as In the evening there was an The grand manoeuvres will begin this day A pamphlet is handed about the coffeshoufea at the A ftate of the importa tion from Great Britain into the port of from the beginning of January To which is added an account of all the goods that have been reflapped the above port forGreasBri tain fince January The whole taken from the CuUomhoufe of the of The moil important piece of information container in that from to Juns there were 29 fhips fairly entered in thCuilom aoufe of and only three fhips returned refhipped Alexander Efq is appointed Fort Major ef Fort in Huntingdon Efq isappointed Captain of a troop in the third regiment of dragoons It is faid that the hufband ofthelarfyof who was robbed of the fifteen hundred pounds in has demanded the money to be paid to him only fo that the unfortunate lady loles it at all Bank Stock has fallen 26 per fince this time entirely owing to the expecta tion of a Thuifday the Right the Lord Mayor gave an elegant entertainment at rhc Manfionhoale to the Common Council of this at which number of the guelts invited could get However Irijb this paragraph may appear tis certain that 45 of the moil patriotic Members of the Common Council were in one anJ had nothing on their but the fcraps and remnants which were left at the other On the izth inflant died at near Dub the William Vifcount and Baron of in the county of Downe He was created a and His Lordlhip Lady eldell daughter of Earl of by whom he had bern in November Member for the borough of now Lord Glerawley Gathe wife of Lord Sudeley bora in 1743 born in 1745 and birn in Francis of the father of the deceafed was appointed one of the Triiftees for the fale of the forfeited eftates in by King by Qneen one of the Cora miflioners for Haling the He fervedin feveral parliaments of England and Ire for the boroughs of and Dowce and was the firft in the Houfe of Commons of the building 50 new churches in the city and fuburbs of was Chairman of the and one of the Comnviiioneu fur that Some years fince one a waterman at dived for a boy that was at the imminent hazard of his The man carried the child home to hit who gave him fcarcely the trifling recompence of The waterman never thought any more of it but a bout a week a genteel young man enquired him out told he was the vyhofe life he had thus generoufly faved that he was come into poffeffion of a confiderSble fum of money begged that he weuld accept of a grateful remem brance of the fervice rendered gave him a handfome informed him of his name and and infifted on Robinfons applying to him for or any other affiftance in his as often as his exigencies fliould A riareiard praifeworthy Oti Saturday laft came on at the Old trial of John for rbbfeibg jftines a valet de chambre Sir Fletcher f fifty when he was and the Court ordered the whole money to fee reftoreji to with an additional fum towards his audGibfim to be tranfport Hannam was Counfel for the and Lucas for 4 Wednefday was conViSep by the Magiitrates the Rotation Office in LitcK in the fum of for dealing a fpa niel dog belonging to which he had kifJed and thefkin being found upon him sndhe not being able to pay the lam was committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell forfix John of to Mifs Mary of the fame Same Lind to Mi fs fifter of William Efq merchant in New A few days Peter of the Nottingham Eall In to Mifs Anne of Penchurch A few William an Attorney in to Mifs Nancy Johnfonr of in On John attorney Baa to Mifs Caroline only daughter of Peter Sim Charles Efq of Pall to Mifs Van of Broad fir at Haflings in BJacltEeiT wife of William of Eqj in St in her wife Thurfday a hop fac and mafter of the Queens Head Same Wrothamift Dr John vicar of Georges church Dean and on of the late Arc hbi mop This valuable vicarage is in of the of and the Deanery in the Same at George Efij fqr raerly a but had Cray Efq In net John carpenteland joiner in Smie at Peter mafter of the Rofe and Crown eating Same in Bruad Carnaby Same wifs of Tur geon in Same jn a On Mon day in His death occafioned a fill from his by which his fcujl was fraftur In David many years Calhier to the Bank of Yefte day of a paralytic in Thcmas At in the 95 th year of his MONDAY September From the LONDON of By the a Jar tnnuraging Seamen to enUr tbemfelvei an board his Jbifi of war GEORGE WHEREAS it is our royal intention to give all due encouragement to all fuch who fhall voluntarily enter tkemfelves in our fer vice we have thought by with the advice of our Privy to publim this our Royal Proclamation And we do hereby promifeand de that all fuch able not ab ve the of nor under the age of twenty fit for our who on or before the 2ift day otOdlober voluntarily enter themferves to frrve in our Royal either with the Captains or Lieutenants of our or the Chief Officers on board fuch tenders as fhall be employed for railing men for the fervice of our lhall re as our royal thj fum of thirty lings each man And all fuch ordinary feamen fit for our who fo enter themfeives as mail receive the funvof Twenty Qvllings each as our royal bounty iuch refpective fums to be piiid them by the refpcftive Clerks of the refiding at the ports or places where the they mal be fhall immediately after the third mutter of fuch we do that the qualificationsof the fo entering themfeives as fhall be certified by the and ef the fliip or where they fhall And for prevention of any by any perfons leav ing veffels to which they fhall and en tering themfeives on board any other our hips or in order toobtain the faid bountymoney we do hereby declareand that fuch ft belongipg to any of our fhips or veflels to which they fhall andfliall enter themfeives on board any other ol pur laid fhips or in ordr tj obtain the faid fh 11 not only lofe the wages due to themrin the hips or veffels they hall but be feverely punifhed ac cording to their Given at our Court at the 22d day of September and in the tenth year of our GOD fave the At tbeCourt at tbe day tf The KINGS Moft Excellent MAJ E STY in His Majefty in Council was this day pleafed to that the which ftandi prorogued the 2th of this inflant fhould be further prorogued to Tueiday the jta of November On the Z4th alt at tHe galleyflaves at Civita being 1400 in found means to get off their and were actually employed in digging a the wall of the wliich thy defigned to ptqti and then to put to The Commanding officer immediately aflembled a fufficient Qamoer of who fired upon thern with the artillery of the they were fdon fubdaedi them were and it wottajfad the reft fuhmitted to be conducted bade to thepltco of their Thomas of coach maker and td furrenfder at Thoaias of haber farrenderSept at Guild w John Dore of to furrender at ofExeterj haberdaflier of t furrender OcL Nov at tHe cuffcc hoyfe and in DIVIDENDS to be Charles ofWiuflow lineitJnperi Robert of at Thomas of Mary le baUdef tad at CERTIFICATE to be 12 JSmes of tfefterday artfosd a Mall from rfug The Grand ingincenfed againlt the Captain aif patched a Capjgi B achi to ftrike off the head Of tfi at unfortunate it itfas wound ed in the engagement and the fame fent to Giaffer Bey tte horftj whichConllitme him Captain and give him jjie full and abfoiute adminiflration of the Adjni Dalaatiar It is faid that Admiral El phiaitMie has forced the paflage of the and into the Yea of Marmora j but neiAer the date nor particulars of this event are menti The Sitfge of Bin der is continued with great The befiejgad made a general fally in the night betweea theiich and izth when the flaughter was great 6ribbtk fidft iliflir In iilaijfl i inn iiinii the garrifon were repulfed ahd s Raffiia Colonel of named purfuing entered the fame but was there that rtroke aved the The beftegers kaV ii had information from the pitfoners of ther being feveral mines and now ceeding by fapf and this vrill retard the taking the which neverthelefs muft having to hope if the Grand Vizir does not pafs the Danube and efpecially as the Tartars of the country have fubmiuei to the O N D O Letters now in town that difpatches have been received by the FrenctvCourt from the Otto man wherein the King of France h raoft earncflly entreated to afford a and an extenfion of the is efn letter frtm Nothing fhews the bafenefs and ill defigns of government fo as the daily attempts wincb are made to corrupt and feduce the few men who are in the inter eft their few days Neville Efq Member fdr Wexford who was Engineergeneral in 1753 wilt applied to by Lord It feems a eonJt derable fum of money if due to him by govern which he has frequently applied for in Lord Townthend maae this propofal ta That if he would join the he mould have an which fhould be ftrock for him Lordjbips and all themo ney which was due to him by gpvern To which Jones fpiritedly That he rejected the and money upsn that How is a man fb come at his right mull he be obliged to give up his in order to obtain that which is his own There are no lefs than fix new making in order to become They are to be called Commiffioners The Firll Commiffioner is to have a year J ana the other five a year The place of Firft Commiffioner was intended for that thefe Commiffiuners are to do has alwayi and is very faithfully and folly by one of tUe Clerks of the who thinks himfelf very well paid at per In Freemans Dublin Journal of the there is the following article Colonel Luttreli hasrefigned the pofl of AdjutantGeneral in The neceffity of the times had leftthe Minifter noal except the facrifice of tool of or of The if too ridiculous either to deceive the or fcreen the Colonell to find fhelter from contempt by hunting of inramy A character fo well eilablifted as his own will render fuch refources needlcis Does the Minilter confole himfelf with any of crufhing the inoll fevere becaufe has meanly refcinded this deteftible promotion The vanity of fuch dependencies may be confirmed before the period of another As very few forms concurred to this cept private commiffibns to a we fhall not be furprifed at that effronterywhiisli may hereafter deny the whole lelt ja becaufe
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