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Bingleys Journal (Newspaper) - December 7, 1771, London, Middlesex From S A T U R t A Ipecember to December ONDON Printed for in by whom Letters aitnNseewfai j end fold it iear Chapter Pauls i 11 December arrived tie Mfiibfrm 1 tie King continues in a the wound in his 1hedifputes between the a of Hanover and the Prince of Hilde concerning the limits of Ihe bailiwicks of are adjufted by mutual con feat L O N D 0 An efpecial Court held on Friday the 8th day of and in the twelfth year of the reign of King George the SirirfGwU Court doth Lniaoufly retara to the Lord Mayor of this for to upright suiminiftration of juflice and for his ftrift attention and conllaht fujp port the and franchises during tne whole courfe of his The Grenada is loft in the Bal tick and five df the crew drowned another En diftlhip isaifo and all the crew XJB Vrow from Peterlburgh to dw loft in the fbt bound to Koningf is loft m Thuriday was tried in the Court of Com MH a caofe wherein a Dutchman was and the Colonel of a Bridfli regiment The was brought for nd ffirnHbed by the former to the in the courfe of the laft and was laid It The defence that the BritiJn Of jeer only for the and confe mently was not liable but the Jury thought irr about foor returned for At with Caveats were this week entered in Dodors Commons againft proving the wiUoftheUte Lord Baltimore and aVo againft provikg that of die Yefterday thirteen prHbnewwere tried at the The dial of the fix Jews fbt the jnorder and robbery at Hutchinss at Chcl began at eleven in the morning Hetchins was upwards of an hoar in her which he gave with great A great of witnefles were examined i and at fix than 20 finding Lev Weil die Aflinr WeiUwho Waa Captain of the Jacob and Solomon guilty of and diey received fentdace immediately to be executed on and their bodies to be afterwards and Marcus Arteogh and Lazarus Harry were but detained to be tried on Monday morning for a Three were caft for and four On die commencement of the trial of the they objected to the whole of the when it was explained to diem from the that they could object to twenty without affigning any rea and as many more as riiey could urge fuffi cient reafon for diey then faid they would be with die provided they were Wipatked for as they had been in formed they werei 1 he Court fatisfying thsm in this William iq of Argyle to Mifs Mary Fau Providence hantafdutne Of in coirtmottbrewer and to Forren af the Lydia of in linen dra to finrender at tfae Eagle and Child in of he tipholfterer and to tanetidcr at of South in to furrender at GuildhallrWilliam of the grocer and to furreticfer at of mer to furrender at Henry fate of in lrelanVn6w of to fnrrender Dec at of George the to furrertder atCtoildhalh Dividends to It Adam of at John Bed and John Bedford tlie of in merchants and atthe White ia John and Thomas of in partners and at Guild not a as before adertifed Michael of at not as before adverifcd John of carpenter and at Certificate to it camuel of in wine Timothy of L Q N D O ExtrfS of a letterfrtHt Yefterday in the Houfe of when the report was made from the Committee of Sup ply to the die Court party that the refolution which had been come that Dyfons penfion fhpuid not be provided migjtc be This produced a long land warm debate was carried the who had a majority of die bers for Adrainiitmion being jand for country A fufficiemprooifoftltedreadful plight the Lord Lieutenant is owing tor Sis own arbitrary and oppfeffive The freedom of the city of Cork has been ppefeiited to Sir WiJiiam in a beau tiful by die Right John Hely Hutching one of die Reprefentatives in Parliament for diat Saturday and were prizes of 50oK and prizes of Prizes of and v On Saturday evening laft Grajid rpr die cactfe of the which has been injured by the tyrant Sianiflaus defpifer of laws dt vhve ufurpiif of the throne of of Atheifts and traitorto his oF the and a Vile in of foreign ambition and do fyear and promise before the acred and mira image of die Mother gf ro facrifice oar and in order to mm the earth one who difhonours jr trampling under foot the refprft due to die and the privileges of the na So help us LONDON We are allured that the violent anger of the Court againft the Duke of Cumberland and the excommunication undzrwhich he now is ifciy a State left any nearer alliance at pre ent with the Luttrells Jhould not oe quite Jo But ofdie progress of this affair the ublic mail frorri time to time be The AmandJ a French mm of war of fixty from Breft to laden with and other warlike is totally oft widlin a few of and all t crew and not the caufe brought y r againft Lady for adultery ifiih came oil af DoftorsCaramons after a full hear k and the cleared cafe made out by his Lord the Judge pronounced deftnitive lentenceof om and mutual cohabita by reafon of the 1 at was rawn apprize of loooll Yefterday Levi Afher Jacob La alias Hyam alias Hyam nd Solomon alias Solomon were xecnted at Tyburn for the robbery and murder t at Yefterday two prifoners were capitally con ifted aYdie Old John Hurdleyand Uchard for burglariouily breaking and htejing the dwelling honfe pf Henry and ftealing a copper a copper and other Six were convicted and feven of at Thomas Efq to Mifs both of that The fame at Sti Thamas to Mifs Nancy of of Poor to Mifs of New The feme Robert Bur Efq of to Mifs Sufannah of New Bondftreeti The fame William Efq of Goodmans to Mifs Sophia The fame at Shad to Mifs Hannah of that Laft at Berk Thomas wifeof Thomas Efq ef Cavendifh tt N the minifter of a congregation of Proteftant s at John Efq a relation of Lord The at toe Hot Mifs Le tldeft ffter to Sir Robert Le hi Sufannah wife of making affidavit before die late Lord Brafs Efq that he was concerned the fire at by fwearlng he was at fuch and fuch at Portfmouth en July the i4th in thecontrary of which was fully proved by fome reputable gentlemen at that Saturday nine prifoners were tried at the Old two of whom capitally con Wiiliaro for ftealinor out one of his Ma jellys on which he had prevailed with the boy to let him a bag of letters fent by the poft from the Ifle of Wight towards from whick he took feveral which were traced into He is a gendemanlike eminent in hisprofeffion as afurgeon and and bad a moft excellent charafter before unhappy William for out of the ground of Michael at in a bay with which he was detected offering to iale in Smithfield en Friday The following were coflvifted to be Robert for ftealing a pocket book containing bank notes value die property of John who had unthinkingly laid the fame down on the at a lottery in the tranfaflingTome little Henry for ftealing a jineo the property of x And five were Leonard Efqy of to of Sir Thomas of in the county of to widowof John Efq late Conful at an to Mifs both of wife of mailer of the White Horfe livery in in Little John Thefame in William Duangueris formerly ono of the pages to his late Ma December from the LONDON GAZETTE of W His Royal High nefs the D u ke W Crloucefter is juft arrived here from 5nd ecms to be perfedly recovered from his late His Polifh Majefty is ftill to his but it is that in Jys he will be able to go jefty King George the December Yefterday arrived tbt Mails from France and Frontiers of Kofinfki who is continually undergoing examinations has diat he was fent by Pulawflci with the other to take dxe king alivi or dead and that ne engaged them to die execu tion of their defign by the following before the miraculous image of die Holy Virgin being excited by a holy and religion have taken a firm and unftaksn refolution W E a N E S D A f December i From die LONDON GAZETTE of Decs of TanatOn3 Sty Mary carrier and tofurrendei Jan tn at in Wyuoe and Henry jf printfellers and furrander iij at Joint of in Northumberl to a at the in Nevwcaiile upan Tynej of Great in to furrsnder 1 Jani the Fotitanih Great Dividends tt te Patrick pTPj in Whitechapieij Heny Charles Jl bert all of meoiiisl atllthe in IvobHlBa of ar die Charles of at tbe in 3 Henry Marcus Hartodgh Harry accpm lices Withdiefour Jews executed were ried for a in the houft of Sarah and is to be re moved to to take his tnaf at the next for a robbery in the houfe of Deigh of Yefterday die prices of corn at Bear Key Wheat to to ro Brown to Pale to Hog to Beans to to Rape Fineft Second fort f hfrd per MlerriwrV A few days brother fiLady to wi dow of John Efq of SKrop at Henry Sfq of in to Mifs Frances eldeft fifter of Sir John of Hehham Monks Chriftopher Efq Firft Lreutenant of his Majeftys fliip to Mifs Sally fecond daughter of die Mr of that Efq of to Mifs of Robert Efq of Mor to Mifs Amelia of Stin The fame Willfam Efq to Mifs Ann both cf The1 fa me William Efq to Mifs bodi of that The fame John Efq of to Mifs Efther of The fame Thomas by the Fleet to Mifs Sarah Lately at Nicholas Gan ETg many years a merchant of diis On Sunday atForglenhoufein BanlF die Rght Alexander Lord he is fucceeded in honours and eftate by his eldeft now Lord Same day at his houfe in Michael Hard Efq formerly in Same day at Atkins Solicitor to the General Wednefday laft at Hen John On the firft at his houfe near Tun William Efq proprietor of an iron and brafs foundry Friday at her houfe near a lady who fome years ago fup a capital caft of characters with great fuc at the theatre royal in Same day at upwards of 40 years a Clerk to the Hand in Hand fireoffice oh Snoxv Yefterday one of the wftnefles giving his evidence on a trial at the feffionshoufe in the Old dropt down in a and dtpifed E5etra2 of a fetter This daf ourHoufe of Commons rnr die repoft of die committee of ways and was and read afld agreed Fair current fervice of the parliamentary many additional duties were tbber lafdon lundry Six pounds per tan on all Spanifli and Three jtoandsonall and five wines other country Topay the national debt a loan and Flood that die loan might e and the reft might be made ep from avings and He waj itippprfed By Mrt Sir cius Sir Wlllratn biii was Sir George Macartney and Clements the latter of whom that there was but rtmaining in the treafury At the queftion wbether or it paffed br the former on a dtvifion rzti tieing for the and 96 for the A rommktee was difen ipppinted prepare the the Houfe adjourned fo Yeftetday at drawn prize 6f 21 At a petty feffion held on thejoth ber at in wieiimany Juftices wire a mountebankvwno had been and was convidted in thelfurh of according to the aft or his late Majefty George t6 prevent exceflitre gamiag and pri vate he having being a great nuifance ia that by drawing the poor and Isboriout from dieir and raifihg to near a day and the Joftices immediately granted a warrant of and ifno goods can DC a warrant of commitment forfix On Saturday laft was tried at before die Right Horn LordChief JufHce Maof two againft eminent foapmakersj in Goodmans near the for obftrufting and aflkuhing tie officers of die parifli of oh the prerambulatioii of dxeir bounds dirough the dfefendants premifes on laft HolyTiiafflay j wheft die defendants found guilty on both indift Caveats are entered againft the will of the blind gentleman of who died lately at Stoke and left his1 for tune to his Lady who at dn the i jth as mentioned in the Gazette was the daughter tlf Lord Archibald Hamilton ion of William and Duke and Duchefs of Ha milton and of Lady Jane Hamilton daughter of the Earl of She was born in and married in 1 75 3 to Charles Shaw Lord Cath Lad ihip had nine and has left three fons two having died in their infancy and four daughter the yotongeft fixteed months Her remains Were on the1 6th conveyed by a yatcht to at bound for in tardcr bedepofitftd ia Audley Chapel with thofe of herdeceaied Yefterday nineteen prifoners were tried at the Old one of yrhom was capitally Maximilian in Janaary lail to be but received his Majeftys par on condition of uanfporting himfelf for ttie term of feven whichcondition he had not performed his judgment is The folio were convidea to be John Samuel Francis wal J ane Mary LyonBacJce racj and John And eleven were MJV in Goodmans to wlid of the late at Amo of London
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