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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - January 12, 1771, London, Middlesex S Price rr 8 ingcr onTe aodper wearttoMi Jinuary T LAN T tawed her way theiiimeqaarter fchat An oioer nas beeafent the Board Oi nance to rt jnoant thcrev which the news that the 1 de excufe Ss frtcmfe haveij srii d are feat the of eachl vcn tor cuttert KA witl foST TslPM IW JltCMi MtMr t and the woild would be firm thel te i vacanqeix cillency fen Prince Fredc drawnby which the Bjron Jteoour cofifcrred on hore near PorV Ferry affo a floop froa Dublin to natfte On Ttufday the Queen Eaft Captain arrived at Plymouth from vhe Wednesday of the Glattoa Eafl and of the took leave of tie Court in order to procred on their It is fkld that the Governraent has trafted for barrels beef and tftorfc The Maklianl Dean ef Chnft we ia pronjootd w B fftapnck of void by theiranlhtion of Bilhop Keefic to The late Cathedral of fuccetds of wonh per and his the MrDmfitrt che vicacage in Kent f CT both void by the promstidn of The North that wts to have been in on Thurfday did not arrive the Poftcfflce till threeVclockyefterday bwiog to the waters being much out ia feveral parts of the Yefterday the Committee for paying the bodnty to feamen fat at Guildhall when 32 fallow were cntrred We hear that her grace the Dadufs of Northam has ordered to be dflUtbuted among poor of the ten parilhes of the irpper and lower Jiborcks of from in that quantities of Alh have been found dead fwat Snfonthe edge of the bat from what was not certainty unlefs it feme poHbnous mater that had been brought from the adjacent hills by the late heavy The fame that ing quantities of the or madder grow naturally near chat has undertaken the tculture thereof with greatfuccefs On Thurfday night the City Mar made another private by order of the Lord and apprehended difisfrderly per fnns in houfesof ill and yefterday earned them before his who committed 19 of the moil abahdoned tothe hbufe of to be op at the and the reft were difcharged 1he J cilices in Weftminfter have adoptedthe method of the Lord ia dilor derly perfons te the houfs of and dif according law at the A correfpondent affures that the paragraph copied from an evening pa concerning a is a very falfe mifre prefentation which was as Two gentlemen paftng through King ob ferved two man on one of svhom was fo much as to he incapable of managing his which fright a little at a heap of aftrangerto the two happened to come by at that and had the humanity to lead the horfe by the ridle pall ihc rubbih but this civility paffing the lad tjr an he jare Jiitu very abuiive Iwi M YdrfoS to give i 6waers of of a certain l r5a3tH j oefbreiia1 tfeiaitcali in ts e the Jffftid one efthe being told em as he of lid sfwftioB w insj fey roan who cut him ever reached himfelk with the fell into the and had like ra have remarkable that the deceafcds about 29 years Sniffled the fame unfortunate Wednefday mooring a fervant maid in Barton went her matters heufe and drowned herfelf on fearching the room Where Ihe there found a flip of paper on a containing there Whoever wants will find roeia the Thames Love ir thought tohave occasioned her MA M IE Charles of to Mifs Ann of Aldgate Creffinghatn in Benjamin of Chrjft to DiBpJ Onthe24lb Qlrat Richard Turner in the Commiffion of the Peace for Nottingham hi Sunday t Brighihelmdona George Sunday Aiddenly at Hoitiog relict the late Colonel at Thomas cfij am eminent rrcftor Ecclefiaftical Court in that Thomas and dealer in in At Bajpptpn the Lady William The fame fiicb apad JBj a maiden ladyi The fame May a The fajne Ho in in after eating a hearty was feizedwith a fit of and in fiandy Su T i iti v c fl 1 r W Jt v Remarn the hips as Arrived and kited for the the King of frorflCadk and from Wind Uowt A R I V At Briftpl from Philadelphia At Old of Hcvis At Motherbank from Alicant TVP from Bircclooi 5 and Wiel from Xdmoiy Bee Arundcl Mafjrand from fom Waterieid 5 and Polrf aad from At Milford from a A from In the Irjrn AtFalmouth fron January Jofiph of and t to fuirrtider at Nonhall of chcef at GuildhalL John ef Leadenhall to fjrrender at George of Culhion Courlj mer to furrender at Sarah of to fjr IeaJcr at Robert to fwrrundc i vfj t C ro ct SM Hi ifeEaai ligriter of ht the T 1 r f Ktr K 1 V CanliMy froin Aacht ArbroaeF Mairfi tare The zScji Ifariy Efq his heofe in Johji Ktiirnmg teoipe Ute in the cf eking been tfiari ftfroesflflaft WaS and good the and infulted s it pleiTtrre of thepubUti of the jvheat y and even atlentpted to tear down toped Ihe that his will far tHe fionsj which of mentof oiinnfaclures iind an5 tadft the en It te th niiht between warehdufe at in the county of and nine caftt of brandy and a of the Alt tiofe who rented te furrenderthera td of the them in cafe of a waVi wbMmvnowrTi ve are will certdinly be Room An event which His by himfclf of in m Aai on Lrd aad therefore Our feelinj themfclves to the Bave advance of thexprefent cpnfofion in the French patch np And to cover their in famy from the their friends art at this That fincethe ejcile of it has been difco s yered from his that ae was playinja dpuble3 game j wat while he was Naming can be pJOft in gcoj tafiujl iTkofe who are beft informed this may obtained for a little time bat if and Btoglio are at the head of the French it Will not be of long And we before fix months are at an to our the bafencfs which ferves only to give time to Ithe How our Minifters will anfwer this to the is not difficult to majority ready to acquit them at all ajiven ihey think themfelves in And after having put the nation t6 lions diitreffed the perhaps to tne lofs of two milliens incrcafed the LaAd fpread the ararm of injured the pnblic the Engfiflt navy again laid and the Scotch army again encouraged and pro ill murmurs of Yefterday being the fame was ob fttved at At neon their cededby the Heralds PurfuivantSj went to the and heard aienndn preached bytfae which his advanced ufual a Lady of diftinQion wholately ar rived here 3pOrt of Jated to her RoyalHighriefs the Princefs Dowager of introduced to their Majeftiesr at His MajeTry has appisjnieal Efq to beCaptain of a tompany in the 33d regiment of foot and John Efq is appoiinted Cap in the faid regiment in his We from Court of have agreed to the particulir fpe cificacion onbV qf making a the Cpverrioi of Buenos rhat of Baenos Ayrfes in defence ofhfs in maltihgbiiB fclfinafter ofFafklahd that a report at that current in the Erig lifli wer meditating retake pnffeffiun of HavSnnah and that he was determined to be heforehand with The frdrfi thatwas Branded in got again on Thurfday On Friday the Horfendnn of the wan aad Sir Charles Hndfon of the having compleaied their totk leave of the Court of Ou Friday the Right the Lord Mayoe i ufciul regulation upon che cornmar fonie fiftle demands were left unfaQsfijEdVwwen he tour from toVenjce wjtir ThiiCelebrated hiindulgeat father p for upwards of jivoopli wac henourtbly ahdiniUht out the leaft AotgGpr A gentleman being 1 that an expeditionwas on that lie was glad hadbren officer tofore been fo thaHhe fervke greater altcrtty than evef rent parts f the A few days a man being pntfued by a OTCE hat an expeditionwas on vas glad to hear of e the funr is allowed Officer and aaen en fcaiching f6r fdme tioie of it and accordingly the on hoart Satarday a nafter of a theRight Loi of his apprentice prentice as a flave to a courfe the i being Governor of theLondon that tfie matter had applied and had them bat wpred he mould never taye any nndera want of Tie ter written by his fei wiiL not procure a pen Laft Thurfday eyeniqgTMiu Plckli New ove by the Baldfaced own over the paling into taken andall poffible meani x but he expiredonFridayy H Friday night apretsgang flopped one in the and after cruelly beatibg4iin6 ex torted of two guineas they let him In to Mifs daughter of William of with a fortune to Miis of Clerkea to of Jofeph of tiifh to Miis Ann of Wefbeck DIED in Hatton Thomas The At where he went but on Friday the Right Lady Lady of the prctent Her Ladyfliip was the daughter John Earl
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