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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - March 2, 1771, London, Middlesex 43 OR UNIVERSAL From S A T U R DA March to S A t U ET T tl March fratn tbe Spanifli with good will do I will put with peace and T r quietnefs my troops on yours will be George d attentionthat dated on board tbe tbe correfponds to good that fubfifts be tween our and I will permit tiat you may carry with you alldiat you have got on fhore 177O THE 4th of June the a Spanifli tarry wiui aumai uu anchored in Port Egmont belongs to you and what you cannot having diey fiftydiree daysJrom cany OT wont will give a Buenos put in for and bound to fort upon the two courts interefted may fettle The 7th anchored four Spanilh which had been days from Buenos came out in company with die In and parted with her four days On J i r r the arrival of thofe the Induftry hoifted a Spanifli broad I now ordered moft of the officers and men belonging to the late Swift on jhore to defend the fetdement and ordered Mahby to get the FaVourits nearer into Jafon s One of the Spanilh fent an pfircer on to acquaint that if he they would fire into him which he tDok no notice ot but got under The Spanifli frigate fired two wkich dropt to leeward of the three of them got under and and kept working to as did the iavou rite Maltby fent an officer on board the Spanifh to know the reafon why one of the Ihips under his had fired two mot at the Favourite his anfwer that were not fired at the but as figmh to Since the firft appearance of thofe I began to clear the ftores out of the The four twelve pounders at the battery were fo funk down in water and that they were entirely had them tranfported to the and lad portholes cut out for them a before covered round with We now wrote to the Spanilh de as he had received the rcfreihments he Itood in need that he would depart from ills with the preparations they were kft us no doubt of their real The Spa nifti in one of his defircd us to fend to vtew the troops that were ready for land g which we did the evening of the Our officers reported them to be teamen and all included about fixteen with a tram of artillery fufficient to reduce a regular and five from twenty to thirty two guns By this time the frigates had warped m and moored head and trern oppoftte to the blockhoufe At night with fifty of the Tavourites came on and brought with them two fix ten fmall The next morning a part efthsr and artMlejy landed about half a mile to the northward of us when they advanced about half way to us from where they ing WV l V y fubject die courts interefted may fettle ie But if contrary to all expectation you fliould be determined to maintain your new I will avail niyfelf of die forces under my com to make you quit diis place widi die fire of my guns and and you will be the caufe of your own and the fatal confequences of die warm attack diat I fliall make bodi by fea and in to obtain by force the accomplifti ment of my if from this intimation mould not refult die eflect I Before I begin to I admonifh you for twice and more that with good will you may quit die the territory and where I findyou introduced againit the will of their priper which is my royal with lefs notice I hiyo a juft caufe to begin my operations from die pallages that have pafled with Cutby I have been defiroas to exceed in hi order to put myfelf ftill more in the and to ex cufcd on my part for the poilibly to be avoided hoftilidcs and their After this I allure that if you do not in fifteen minutes after this letter mall have been delivered into your by iny officer of 1 il and favourable anfwer to Bdchier ohn dward give a iny I will begin die operations directed to obtain confidering the want of anfwer in the time as a tacit that you will not quit or abandon with good will thie and an exprefs obllina y to nuintain your In this cafe you will experience the brilliancy and fpirit with which the troops and feamen under my command know how to notvvidiftand ing die inclemency of rhe You will meditate upon the fatal conferences to the mnocenJfurjMb of his Britannick inftead of Hie kind I offer you oblige me to ufe the moft as indifpenfable in the prefent At all events I wifh to ferve you with all civility in what regards your which I pray God to preferve many On board the frigate In at anchor in bay of die gth of VaUCCU w j the reft of tieir with die re mainder of the troops and put off from one 6f the Spanifli and rowed right in for the Covered by die of die whofe fhot went over the We fired fome fliot and not feeing the leaft pro bability of being able ajgainftftich a fupenor force to defend the fettfemctttf flag and defired ardcjes of which were in part Theirtroops then and polTeffion of I fend you by Gover lite Lieutenant of the Swift who goes copies of all the and that palled between the Spaniards and And George f topj of a Letter from tbe Spanifli Conanodore John Ignacio Madariaga to Captatn George dated in the bay the 8di of My Dear Finding myfelf widi incomparable fupenor for ces of of ammuni and all the reft for to reduce a regular with 1400 men for difem for which 526 are of choice regular as you may 1 fee myfelf in cafe obliged to intimate to according die orders of my that you Qiould quit that begun eftabliihrncrit for if you dont it I will oblige you by and you will be anfwerable for all the ill remits of the action and meafures I fliall I am always at your pray unto God to pre icrve you many I kifs your John Ignacio Copy of a letter from Captain George Farmer to the Spanifli Coxmmodore John Ignacio dated at Port Egmont tbe 8th of As you have received die refreihments of you ftood in need of my order from his Britan aick my royal is to warn vou forth with to depart from diis and all the iflands called having firft been difcovered by the fubjefts of the crown of fent out by tie government thereof for that and of right Belong his and his Majefty having given orders for die fetdement tie fubjects of no other power can have any tide to eftablifh them fekes dierein without the Kings I George Copy of a Letter from the Spanifli Commodore John Ignacio Madariaga to Captains Farmer and Malt dated in tbe bay of tbe gth of George Farmer and Wf liam or any ethers that ctmmand tbeEnghfh forces by fea Did In this bay of the j Nobody ought to make an and much left to fortify themfelves in thefe ports add coafts of wtriout the pcrrniHion ot Us Catholic my fovereign and asyon have Got that youonghLto abandonand quit this bay batteries and the fetdement which you have If you will r vmi infill SHu I kifs your John Ignacio Copy of a Letter from the Spanim John Ignacio to Captains Farmer and dated in tbe bay of tbe of June My dear After wrote tie adjoining letter of die fame I receive by my orderly officer two ict ters of yours upon the fame fubjeft and the fame and for to avoid a which is prejudicial the qutcknefs that is I an Iwer you bodi in Your letters are reduced only to warn me to quit this jftrengthening your reafons to juftify tie rkht you have of poifefEng the new NotAvithftanding all you have I never ditlefs confirm what I have wrote in the becaufe your figured realbns and rights do not ap pear Was Ia Spanifli ambafladorm I would demonftrate the juft ahd regal tides of my fo jjhele iflands and lands of Magellan this does not bdong to diis nor is it my bufmefs to queflion rights only to proceed or fubmitting to our courts the decifions of right and fo I confirm what I have faid in die remaining always at your pray unto God to prcferye you many I kifs your John Ignacio Copy of a Letter from Captain Farmer to tbe Spanifli Ignacio dated at Port tbegfr S I R Your die Sth and this days date I have in which you purfuant to your to fend from hence by force of Words are not always deemed ntr can I think you in a time of profound to put them in more efpecially as you al low diere now fubfiib die greateft harmony be tween two I make not die leaft doubt of your being tho roughly diat the King of Great my royal has forces fufficient to demand fadsfaftion in parts of the of any power t v A Uct n Pw fl ft rr r fl diat may offer to infult the Brmfflag Therefore was die time limited fliorter dian fifteen minutes you have it fliould make no alte ration in my determined refolution to defend die charge committed to totie my and A Lift offucb Governors ofChrifts Hofpital as are to prefent Children fbofe Gentlemen if they think pro prefent Children whole Parents art notfree oj the Cityof London and thofe may prefent Children nubofe Parents areboth Efq I LORDMAYOR Hill LiO R D IViA TI O Sir Efq GreatMarlbroughftreet JaniesVfquare Richard and Birchinlane Middlefex Lower ThamesItree Robert Catmonftreet Samuel tSirHenry Richard jEfqy QdeermidiB Efq Billiterfquare James Banhillrow Samuel Efqj Fofterlarte Brackley Efqj PaliMall KirkifenV Collegeiim Great Gwtgefoeet t James fife AftiSatfriars John New Burlingtenftreet RoffiteriitEiq NicholttsIatte E Olivc4 Efqj FenchurciAect Ghrifls Hofpital Weftminfter Bulhlane light Jainffs r 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folernn whofe preforibrng pit Has in the trade of Death killd many With ventrous quill here rrcmbiingly To flay and Heroes on the The if great men of fliajneafraidj 3ome forth in Demireps in of doubtful to all the each by turns ungratefully refufe To own the favours of their LadyMufe Wtood by the thJ and hev iir thf Tis youts tonight die work alone Arraign the regardlefs of the man If Dullnefs waves her poppies oer his To Critic fury let it fall a prey art the tears of PUy Alk not his but crown him with applaufe J GEORGE Spoken by TB ROMOtways and immortal Shikefpearei Venice is grown familiar to our ft etc the Rulro often has difplayd At once a a and mart of trade j threatiiing tolay Venice Grave candtefnuffers oft in Senate Tonight in Venice we have placd our Where I have livd died you have f that my travels I may Let now revivd defcuhe the place Nor woud the tour of Europe prove our Coud every the The Citys fclf a all Appears co like from the Founded on piles it rifes from the Liketrifle placd upon a filver ftand While many a lefier ifle the profpeft Looking like or floating Horfes and mules neer pace the narrow Where crowded wilkers elbow all they meet No carts and oer the pavement clitter 5 by Light boats and gondolas trarifport them Like one eternal party to Kow hey for merriment hence grief and The jolly carnival leads in the year 5 Call the ouns loves and pleafures to its aldi A threemonths jubilee and mafquerade With gaiety the throngd piazza puppet r MafVd anddifguisd the ladies meet their While Venus hails the mummurs of There holy f i is turn and there too Nuns yield to all the frailties Flefli is Thee dear ridotto conftaTitly And fweet harmonia meetings evry night Once in each year the Doge afcends his Fine and thrice a large j TLrowK a huge rirtgof gold And Thus thy marry Oh mayft thou like many amortal Prove full of and fcithlcfs to AyvovriPf One word of politics and then Ive The ftate of Venice Sables rule Thrice happy where with equal hand Three well poisd ftates unite to rule the land j Thus in the as well as Three ranks nuift join to mafce us blefsd and great and oer the fit
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