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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - February 9, 1771, London, Middlesex MlV TWOPEHCE HALFPENNY 5 A T U t A FEBRUARY 1771 tOPY TRANSCRIPT of the Reverend GEORGE WH1TEFIELDV tranfmitted from the Regiftry of ihe Court at in order be proved in the Prerogative Court of which was accordingly done LN the name of the and Holy three but one God I GEORGE at fent refiding at the Orphan Houfe in the province of Georgia in North be ing throInfinite mercy in more than ordinarily bodily and a pejfeaiy found and difpof knowing the certainty of and Jet the uncertainty of the rime J fhall be called y it to my long wifhedfor do make mylaft will and in manner and form In Aire and certain of a refurredtion to eternal through our Lord Jefus I commit my body to the to be buried ia the moft plain manner and knowing in whom I have and being jserfnaded that he will keep that which I have committed unto in the fulleft aflur ance of faith I commend my foul the hands of the altogether never fail ing Jefus on whofe compleat and everlafting righteoufnefsJ entirely for the tion of my psrfon and of my I fincere at that day when he fhall come in the glory of his his and the glory his holy to judge both the quick and In refpecV to my American which I have engaged in fimply and folely for his great names I leave that com monly called the at in the province of together with all the other buildings lately erected and like wife all other and every other thing which I now ftand poffefled of in the province of Georgia to that ekft that mother in that mirror of true and undefiled the Right Honourable Countefs Dowager of that asfoonasmay be after my the plan of the intended difcretion of RobertKeen to my brotherin James hofier in thecitv of BriftpU Igive and bequeath thifum of fifty and thirty pounds alfa for falhiiy mourning my Frances of I give and bequeath the fum of fifty and twenty pounds for family mourning to John now a faithful ileward at the Orphanhoufe Aca I give and bequeath the fum of pounds to Benjamin as an acknow ledgment of his paft fervices at I give and bequeath the fum of ten pounds for mourn ing to Peter nowatthe Orphan houfe I give and bequeath the Aim cf fifty pounds to William at the fame I give and bequeath the fum of fifty pounds both the Aims to be laid of laid up for at the difcretion of Mri Am brofe Wright to Thomas of in my only furviving firft and beloved much in the and bequeath the fum of fifty pounds to the Reverend Howel of in South that fol dier of Jefqs Chrift Tonal Cornelius and all my other dearly be loved prefent ftated affiftant at Taber nacle and TottenhamCourt I give and bequeath tenpounds for mourning brothers Ambrofe and the wife of his Robert now faithfully and fkilfully andTerVing at the Orphanrhoiife thefumof ten pounds each or mourning jto Richard now a diligent attendant On I give and fum of fifty and all my wearing apparel which I itiau have with me in my journeying through or on my Voyage to if it fhonld pleafe an allwife God to fhorten my days in either of thefe I give and bequeath hundred to be diftribated at thedilcretron of aftcr meationedj for mourning among my oldLondon the widows at Tottenhamcourt and the Tabernacle my old difinterefted friend and Elizabeth All the other if there be any ef goods and chat or whatever profits may ariie from the ale of my or any manufcrlptsthat I may leave I give and the Right Countefs Dowager of Hunting or if not or eligible to purfue the prefent plan of the OrphanHoufe on its old foundation and ufual chan nel Hut if her Ladylhip fhould be ter into her glorious reft before my I bequeath all the and every thing beforementioned which I now ftand poflefledof in the province of Georgia to my dear firft fellow and inva riable the Honourable James Prefident ef his Majeftys Honourable Council and fhonld he furvive her I earneflly recommend as the moft proper pcr to fncceed her or to aft for her during her Ladyfhips in the afFairstf the Wirh regard to my outward affairs in Englahd whereas there is a building commonly called the fet apart many years ago for divine I give and bequeath my faid with the ad jacent in which I ufually refide when in with the ftable and coachhoufe in the yard together with all furni and every thing elfe whatfoever that fhall be found in the Houfe and premifles alfo the buildings commonly called Tottenham Court together with all the other build and every riling elfe whatfoever which I ftand poffefled of in that part of the to my tried friends Daniel in and Robert Woollen in the or the longer furvivor cf the As to the which a kind efpecially of in a moft un expected and unthoughtof hath vouchsafed to intruft me with I give and be queath the fum of one hundred pounds to the Right Honourable Countefs Dowagcrbf Huntingdon humbly befeeching her Ladyfhips acceptance of fp fnulla as a pep per corn of for the unfoughtfor honour her Ladyihip conferred Tn appointing lefs than the leaft of to be one of her Ladyihips domeftic chap I give and bequeath to my dearly the Honourable James Haber fliam my late wifes gold and ten pounds for mourning to my dear old Gabriel fifq of he city of who received and boarded me in his when I was helplefs and above thirtyfive years I give the fum of fifty pounds to my humble faithful fervant and Ambrofe if in my fervice and either in England or or at the time of my I give and bequeath the fum of five hundred pounds to my Richard I give and bequeath the fum of fifty pounds to my Thomas I give and bequeath the ftun of fifty to be given him at the at ttetime of my to the Honourable James Efq before after my funeralexpences and juft debts are towards paying off my arrears that may be due on the account of the Orphan Houfe or for annual prizes as a reward for the beft three orations that fhall be made in Englifh on the fubjefts mentioned in a paper annexed to this my And I do hereby appoint the Honour able James Efq to be my executor in refpeft to my affairs in the pro vince of and my trufty tried dearly lovei Charles Efq Daniel Efq and Robert to be executors of this my laft will and in refpedl to my affairs in begging each to accept of a mourning To all my other chriftian be and more intimate I leave my moft hearty thanks and affur ing that I am more and more convinced of the undoubted and infinite importance of the grand gofpel truths which I have from time to time delivered and am fo far from re penting my delivering them in an itinerant that had I ftrength equal to my I would preach them from pole to not only becaufe I have found them to be the power 6f God to the falvatios of my but be caufe I am as much affured that the Great Head of the Church hath called by his provi and to in this that the fun fhines at noon As for my and miftaken I moft 7reely and heartily forgive and only that the laft tremendous day wilt foon difcover what I have what I and what I fhall when time itfelf fhall be no more and from my inmoft I clofe by Lord come quickly even fo Lord Amen and GEORGE This was written with the Teftators own and at his and in his and at the Orphan Houfe in the province of before us Anno Domini March the one thoufand fevenhun and ROBERT THOMAS CORNELIUS I alfo leave a mourningring to my ho noured and dear friends and difinteretted fellow the Reverend John and Charles in token of my indiffoluble union with in heart and notwkh ftanding our difference in judgment about fome particular points of be with all of whatever that love our i Lord our common Lord in February The by his paternal gfclod nefs has granted funds for the eftablifhing piiblick wirkhoufes Both in the towns and on the pripci pu roads of the province of io employ procure fubfiftance for the poor people who work five are already opened in thedepart ment ef this town for die admittance of and even children of nine yeara of paying them according to rheir T R E L A N A dreadful murder was corn aft Saturday night on the body of one ajj4 a woman who kept heufe for WhiteHorXelane fome villains got into inthe dead of the and behaving ne name of it is fuppsfed with intent to rob him but not finding what they they Jrrack him on the it is with an and likewifekilled the woman inthe fame Jaid w a feparate apartment found dead the next o UN TRY N E W S arrive CruizeV floop Jordan and ihe Glory botn FrOni John Ca from St mentioned irxmy faltto have arrived the 26th brought home aijMjxprefis and it n reported that the Portugueze hid Kept Englifh men of war at the Toe Captain fet off with the expptft for London immediately en his arrival even before his ftfip came to Laflr week the wife of of waspoi eaa in which fpme pat put that had a preparation mixtwith it to e rats She died in eight hours after fhe L O N On Thurfday Efijj sleeted Mftmbejr for in the county of room of Lord Robert who vacated ftat for that fame day Lord RobertSpencer was elected r for the City of in the room of Juftice of the Thej write from that the Court of not in a favourable in af in bring about ilie Turks and the Ruffians what relates to which is cora kietter from dated ate between the King and the Partiameift of length terminated in the one of them and the Ki part of tfttm TO nine villages garuajy ie Letters from Charles South peak of the nonimporting aflbciation broke and that they have agreed to im port Britifti except like the other co A letter from Auguftine that a fettler on Rolles eftate having in his garden cultivated a plant of the or Indian fig obferved a large quantity of infefts upon proved to be fit for Upon curing they prove to be as good as any in which has induced all the fettlers to attempt the We hear that two have promifed to difcufs the matter of prefswarrants at the Court of Common Council which mail One of them has undertaken to defend and to prove the illegality of The Lord Chief Juftice De Grey has appointed Clerk of the Treafury of the Court of Common Pleas at The LinnenrManufaftory in the Ifleof Man fucceeds oeyond expectation j in the year 1769 they exported and laft year above betides what isufed in home We are that when the Privy Seal was offered to Lord he defined time to confider of it the next day he defired a conference Lord North Lord North did not chufe to fee him for three days and when he did admit Lord Suf folk to an informed that the place muft firft be offered to Lord Dartmouth and to Lord and if they both refufed then Lord SofFblk might have This hopeful young with a very large fortune of his with his a widower with only one a and who has figncd both the was humble enough to accept the Privy Seal in this ignominious Benjamin Efqis eledled Member for Great Bed m in the room of William and yefterday he took the oaths and his feat in the Houfe of Extfoff a letterfrom dated Jan LaftFriday a poft chaife came into this town from the Alhford with a very large trunk be hind changed horfes and proceeded towards Loo don by In the chaife was only one An officer of the Cuftoms fufpeel ing the contents ef the ptirfued and feized it near The fervaiit readily acknow kdged the trunk contained cloaths from the property of whofe fervaixt he and to whom chaife He offered p give the officer a neat would fnfFer it to which the officer aod then ferjt the cloaths to the Cuilom Houfe at There are near eight complete fuits of very embroidered two pieces of fomeihirts made up with marked on and other things of the fame There is pp queftion but the cloaths are and fraug glcd the only queftion what thofe not content with plundering their takeevery method toprevent and curtail the very revenue which fupports them Gracious and bell of are thefe the mifcreants thou nurtureftin thy bofom On Thnrfday the affair of the James Rohert William John John but ot the KingV BenckPriJbn the igth November came on befarethe Court in when the rule was made abfolute dont againft Lord Mansfield Houffr Peew the other three Judges give tfceir opinion upon StevensVparaphlet concerninz imwifodmentfor debt i To doubt of V s V i filch a thing faid one of tice of 4po wift none but madmen wouli think of j hoWevefj nieii oughtto be tender of die nattiral and perfonal li bctty fellow Efqfisaffpointedlylajoroftheji reginject of of the Grace is appointed to the of the Pavonriie floop of Ofr Sohfky wiS turning houfe in fjtt was 4 in fey prolfttutesr if Chaplain Boccfnnock cum the Branwi in fame upwards of The George ttf in CariterburyV T Charlotte William te Mifs John m DIEI in Northuml in the lames I John ETq late terjfield in and father of William Jo Efq the prefent The feme da upwards jil near of was in in the at whereiiiB was for WilliajiThorpfei gr at Bimop William Fogg Efq Barrifler at and late an eminent conveyancer id the Middle S H I P N W January Remains hit Majeftys ihips and Arrived and faiki for the river the Ann and from Wind 31 Came down and remain witli the fhips as per the for Philadelphia Gloucef for and for Arrived and failed for the river Ljf from Wind bkws ARRIVE At Alicwt from the Bay ef ChalejiR j and from AtAncona from Peterfburgh Nep from ditto frjm Yar mouth fro 11 ditto front ditto and John and frero At Figura from At New England front the At Briftol from Philadelphia J Ro bert and from Limerick and Ca from At Pprtfmouth from At Pool Pull from Figura and from At New England J from the IntheTexel from At Algiers from At Dingle Richard from At North Carolina from NewBag At Cheftet Lord AtFalmouth from M O N A Yy February From the of This day chard Savage Naffau had the honour to His his Majeftys on being appointed one of the Principal of hia Majettys Board of Greca B AN P T of in the pairiflj in to furrCflJer Anarch at the in Chipping In Glou Thomas Jofeph of to furrender March at of Allhallows n to furrender Macch Robert Hare of Loud tsr funendj Marot at Robert of fcrreudcr March i6 H enry of Netfgate to furrender March a John of in Huntingdon to firtfender March at Thomas ef Red Lion Court JohoJ to furrender March atGS Samuel of Mill of the fame
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