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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - November 16, 1771, London, Middlesex From To the 42 near 1771 AM an admirer and conftant reader of your paper as you have fent you an account of our navigation from Stockwith to by Retfard AS was obtained only laft con fMoentljr it cannot be very forward There Severf five hundred yards completed in one Jiace between Workfop sad andfe more parts begun and w Wred hands in canftant it is thought flill be compleated in two and will cer tainly be of great advantage to our county on ac cent of carriage In your laft paper there is a miftake in the ac count of William Efq who died at Spa in Germany He is only fon to William Efq of and had the eftate left him when Chaworth fell by Lord Byron bat the eftate was nrft left Efq then to Efq and then to this yeung who was of age tHe 7th of April and has enjoyed it only fmce that The effete is worth about three thoufand pounds a and the only Hall is at adjoin ing to the Foreft of Sherwood he has made a but the contents are yet kept a who was killed by was never but was George Chaworths and elder brother to and William Cha We imagine his William will be heir it as he is the only ieir provided the young widow is not with child fo that the eftate has beenin faur different and all fmce In your next yon may give the following hintto the gentle as hops are very was camomile lowers and hops an equal quantity of it would anfwer every purpofe of hops hundreds of my as well have We in our near twenty tons of camomile flowers yearly we always ufe half of which not only gives a finer flavour to the but will keep equally and is much whclefomer than hops alone and had fair itaate JitCD doubt but they would be taken into genial ufe by private fkroilies There U no duty nor tythe upon camomile There is both upon hops duly one penny per pound tythe ten fhillings per Any other information occurs in our countyand you nay depend on from ANECDOTE againft HENRY Prince of Wales fon to Jaines the Firft had fuch an averfion to the profaEa tion of the name of that he was never beard it in His Highnefs being once a the being crofted the road a butcher with his deg was The dog killed the which when the huntfman and the company came they expreffed great refentment and endeavoured to incenfe the Prince againft the but the Prince an fwered What if the butchers dog killed the how could the butcher help it They if your father had been fo he would have fworn moft re joined the all tbe phafure in tbe world is not an the people who could make good their tot might hare their Such a would that the honeft and would aJfo tend greatly fupport of public credit whilft a contrary con duct they are Jbr their own private advan preferably to and the good of the It is therefore tp that the and all the other will Toon publifh an account of all fucji notes which have been unclaimed and manded for twenty years a proceled ing will not only be very honourable to them but tend greatly to fupport public on which their very exigence JUS arida Idve to Bis country wliicB no threais could nor bribes cduld In themrdii ofvenalty and unplacjed hcftemmed the refit of theoppofitipn of party and the frowns of Hewas thePalladium of con Htutional Liberty in that and one of thofe few friends tothe who have kep the Jioniifes made to their jhroaghsall efljprations of Srid finiften Artffice of Minifterial or Viceroyal in On thebfiATH of LUC ALAS poor CHARLES theFriend ofTrec To the P R I N T E PUBLIC credit is the very foul of this com The exiftence of all our treat com pan depend entirely upon The Bank of England fuch immenfe quanritj Of notes circulating the that i any thing was to happen that rifentially injured the crcditof the ic would btCOjiw imme diately a The a Well as all the other great mould take every Hep in their power to fupport public Without which they cannot That this is every perfou will admit and it can not be but that the nnd all the odier public tempted by their private get into a practice prejudicial to the credit of the It is well that no final part of the pro the Bank and other public companies now arifes from the number of snd quantities of never claimed or demanded by any perfons and thatthe Clerks in all chofe com have the ftriftelt orders from die Direc tors of to keep all fuch notes and ftocks a fecret from the and not to divulge diem at the peril of their This is not only very but highly prejudicial to public To the individuals of thefe companies by fuch diflioneft the public s If the Directors of fuch companies intend to acl and co fopport the cre iit pf the they inllead of com manding their Clerks to keep fuch notes and from the knowledge of the adver se ftated account of that For BINOHEYS THE properly is of theutmoft benefit to a Thetfe and intention of it is to reprefcnt the actions mman as in a and to difplay the virtues and vices of mankind in fuch colours as may encourage the one and difcountenancethe When the Stage is thus there is no the higheft to the jut may receive iuftruftion as well as pleafure from A of paffions by a makes a ftronger and fflbre afting impreffiori upon than the leflbns of any It roots them fo in our wene ver can forget All orders of men may reap advantage from the It teaches lonour and applaufe are annexed to no ftation of Ifer and that thofe only are entitled to them who act their parts Kings and Princes arc often hilled off the whilft coblers and fer vants meet with general no no no flattery is bet they only who merit the public applaufe are fore to have Through the may laughed out of thofe follies and vices which would notyield to any ferioitt admonition for ridicule ftrikes us more forcibly than The follies of the mifer and the fpendthrift iqay thereon be fet in fuch a ridiculous light as i to caufe the one to open his and the othec to fliut The unfortunate man may there le ra patience and and the obdurate oe to paffion and Trft Cruel feducer of he fair fex may ba taught to refltiin his from the dreadful cpnfequences there paiated fore and the fair learn to avoid and efcape the fatal effefts of inconfiderate The Stage is not only ferviceable to per fons in private lifej but to thofe alfo in the higheft public Ambitious Princes may be taught to tremble for their arbitrary when they fee thereon difplayed the fatal ignomi nious ends of thofe Kings who like them A King may learn from the that a ftrift adherence to juftice and the laws of the is the bcft and ftrongeft fecurity of his crown and that no guards are equal to the affec tions of his He from that Impar tial which never be taught to efcape the nriferable confeqaences which ever flow from placing too great a confidence in Mini ffers and He may be inftrucled from that it is the as well as of a King to liften to the and redrefs the grievances of his people and that no Prince ever had a happy reign who contemned prayers of his And from the a free people may be that if they are care fur of their rights and ftrenuoufly pofe all attempts to overturn and exert all their ftrength and fpirit in defence of itcannot be in the power Of the nfoft arbitrary Prince to enflave T M E M O J 11 S of 1HE late Charles Lucas was a gentleman r 11 i i A of unblemished and endued with every virtue that could adorn a public As a he was anc charitable and as a unbiaffed in invariable in and incor ruptible in the year he was voted an enemy to his by a vena majority of the moft abandoned Parliament that ever gave Laws to Ireland except the pre fent like became an for having juftly merited the thanks bation of all his Fellow Several years during which he improved his medica andbecame eminent in that profef the year he returned to his na live in confequence of a Noli obtained from his prefent and a vacancy happening at the fame time for the City of Dub by a diffolution of the on the demife of the late he was eledled a Mem ber for that by the grateful fufFrages of a loyal and free who were acquainted with his and had the moft unreferved con fidence in his patriotic He then enterec on the theatre of public and has ever fince continued to di charge his duty to his Conftttuents with a firmnefs not to be relaxed with an inte not to be paralleled and with an intrepidity not to b remained unmovec amidft every change of and every re volution of and pern led to tbe laft momen of his life in on avowed deteitation of tyranny anc Go i Patriots his Gbfequies Staunch to his Country and her glorious caufe fceverd his Kingj but honourd more the True to hJs the fame Mo bribes could and no threats Of longooposd the A thorn in evry wkked fiatefmarls fidjq j Foe to aftdeach guilty Son Pronf Sando up to gouty Abhorrd the venal Courtiers flattring tribei Alike defpisd the and the Sy fools honourd by the Lovd by the by the his ebnfcfence ftaihd And when the heights of human gtory Oeath fwept him from his bleeding cpunrtvs He felt her wounds he YefierJly ariiwAtbe Afari front Pitimctr y A happy crifisjhai tafceb jlace in the illijefe 6f Prince and Ve low flatter odrfelves that his Rsyal Highnefss icalth will be fopn 5 Ori the nine and ten at nightj a coniiderable earthquake was felt Th6 mocks which were very vio continued five orfixfeconds bttthappuyoc ioned no fky was very and there was hardly any wind at that 12 The King has declared that he new town which his Majefty fered to years ago irf the iflaiti of iftlair be a place of arrnsj given the command of it to Don che chief whomade the plans and rerted tfie works This ifland is about half a French league from eift to Weft t the ramparts on the fide next the fea are defended by fteep rocks and the ifland is now quite from jhe infulcsof the who ufed frequently to poft themfelves there in order to Alrnrize fome veffels belonging to the Naples An ordinance was a few days which renews the prohibition of cards and all games of chance in coffeehoufes and other public Si H I t November Arrived and failed for the river the for CaHiz and Dantzisk Hort from Remains the Wind South LONDON At the laft meeting of the Court of Affiftants of the Worfhipful Company of the following motion was made and qnanimoufly agreed to That his Royal Highaefs the Prince of Wales be humbly requeued to accept the free dom of that and to confer on them the honour Of perfonally receiving the fame at their If the requeft meets with the approbation of his it is propofed to make him per petual Prime and to give a molt fump and a Letters from Oftend that a large Dutch fly bound from for Bour had juft been brought inro that harbour a perfect by four Belonging to without any living creature on boar and that it was fappofed thai all the crew had pe Onthe 12th the Sti ffom bound to and went on fhore on and is itranded the crew were The feijeants of the Middlefcx militia for the to have their uniforms trimmed with inllead of that they may be nothing inferior to thoie of the WarwickfhiVe mi Thurfday laft a large body of journeymen wea vers from attended at Juftice Sher at Shad to hear the determination of a complaint exhibited by one of the fraternity againft a matter for refufing to pay the ufual and accuftomed price for work done after along and full at which Chau vet and feveral other worthy andjeputable mafters the was pleafed to determine in favour of the to the entiiefatisfaftion of both Yefterday Levi After Marcus Har alias Solomon alias Por and Jacob alias Hyam werecommitted to on a charge againll thett of in tke of county of the of February and Healing there oct a quantity of fiivtrplatfj and feme lafewife Efther Mofps and Aan n receivingthe famej to On Wednefday the two foldiers who robhcd aij officer night this week on CoriJ AitutionfisiV were taken up on the Paracje in andcommitted to prifon they had fold great coat they took from thr tafn who keeps a green grocers fhop in King wlikh was 1C meanf of Ogilby and Richard C c man Were by Saunders to fufpicion of breakiag opea tjie dwellingtettfs of Sufannah in on Thurfday fennightj and fttaling tUcfeout a quantity of the body of a man was found floating at the mouth of the Thames the head was offi pockets were found fume pers which dUcpvercd that he was a Captain of a Sjip boaajp xroni to loft Irs the itonny weather air the crew Qsorge Efo to MifsFrances of Great The fame of Crutchfid to Mifs daugh ter EJqi oi the Sick and Wounded The fame R3v of Margate in Kenti to Rachel of the fame pkce The to both Andrew Efq o Miis of Francis Eq of The lame Groves Efq of to Mifs Five Southward The fame Jonathan Efq of Bethnal to Mifs in Th fame an honV of Mifs Ruth A few Richard in the Leghorn to Mifs daughter of of France in the Leghorn Mifs daughter qjf William of aridef Bfqi of to Mifs Eleanor The fame Thomas to Mifs Elizabeth Pe of the fame The fame Thornhrillj in to Mifs Lacy of At a few days Mifs who played Jail feafon at Drury A few days the Jofeph Motter more than 53 ycfars minifter of a Proteftant DifTenting meeting at On the jd near Babington at of a fore throat and lidl of the Rev Dickinfon j and her daughter of the fame in Paul Stc pheqsj The fame mer in in Po John formerfr A li but At the and iii ter to Lord A few days at Burfted in Walter A few at Barfordj near Thomaf Wood Efq a very confiderable wholefale teadealer in Wat Ungtfreet Yefterday at his houfe in ParkProf the Rear Admiral Drum moridj The fame in Piccadillyj John M O N D A November From theLOISfpON GAZETTE of Nov His Majefty has been pleafed to order Letters Patent to be pafled under the Great Seal of the kingdomof con taining a grant The Right Vifcounf in the Queens coun and to heirs of the dignity of an Karl of the faid by the liile of Earl of The Robert Vifcount and to his heirs of the dignfty of an Earlof the faid by the title of the Earl of of High in the county of Tip The Right Henry Vifconnt and to his heirs of the dignity of an Earl of tke faid by the title of Earl of in the county of Trie Kenneth Vifcount and to his heirs of the dignity ef ah Earl of the faid by the title of Earl of Sea The Right Vifcount ind to his heirs the dignity of an Earl of thq faid by the title of of in the county of The Right William Baron of and to his heirs of the dignity of a Vifcount of the faid by the title of Vifcount of county of
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