Chester Chronicle Or Commercial Intelligencer, November 13, 1775

Chester Chronicle Or Commercial Intelligencer

November 13, 1775

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Issue date: Monday, November 13, 1775

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Publication name: Chester Chronicle Or Commercial Intelligencer

Location: London, Middlesex

Pages available: 284

Years available: 1775 - 1776

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Chester Chronicle Or Commercial Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 13, 1775, London, Middlesex COMMERCIAL is arrived Afturia to dine vi a nun i r li alfotieen letters Padua danger driven to the laft Would they butftate tbeir Teal grievances with temper and their det fires with moderation in a menfo rial to the to be tranfuutited aflemblies tor their agemtsin application could ftot fail to pradace the moft de0ra But oft the other the Congrefi the proceed to the extremities whichFnow much nothing but the can decade jhe Unnatural wijl fatal truth of bath been tie Vof article five IhjIUngs a chal in it U thought that Laft advanced per On no raiment to 1 imj obliged fcumble V I Jiaye receded die jdndeft treatment and Captain Colonel and that ill Joasney v Major C O P Honourable In the wheel of tranfitory events I find myfelf and 4in Probably your honour has certain reafons to me though I chal kage an inftance of this fort of ceconomy of Ame ricans late war towards any officers of 00 J to affure ton pn the of nalt i r ey4ningLarrived here in nineteen the of who that on the nth of Septrepiber there arofe a tempeft of a moft rofe on a fudden thirty feet hundred all peo ple were as alfo eleven with on wore they fevere jthe nets afiiors dead and that it affords at king D n IG RUTHiN HUNT HE are requefted to meet on Sun A day evening the jcL of December Slipper on the fable at eight On Tuefday in the a Bail for die iiftStESi THOMAS ASHETON itiL 1 A M S 1 OR and Yah OS WES to acquaint tb Public t all i Lieutenant Cqli for fervlce i4 has toade fome j L KiHJemlgf from mer of in to Living New adfidlpn as your letter to the enies when I had the and took Captain Dela and Liemcnant with the garrifon of I treated them with every frfendfttip and the evidence of ia even ift I have only to Jfexpeft an honourable and humane as officer of my rank arid merit ftiould and fubfcribe honours moft obedient hum ble ETHAN To The axtthorof the above letter is an and a rewardof three hundred ed by the NewYork affembly for apprehending1 The following is a copy of Lord Effinghams anfwer to the letter of thanks from the tra and aileinbled al the on or two ago the j Thie following Lords have voted in feffion of in oppofition to adminiftratiqn Dukes of Maiwhefter Marquis of j Tprrkigton Afaph and Cra CliffordrrEaii of of Corked of Lyttel of Beau marked have Jgned f J lilcewHe of gariea hais colleaion very fine trees j efpaliers of allfQrtsj Aanjards frbmfour afgbt feet ay an arrived from DQYer4 with pops that mprgiagj p bound for all on of filbert and all 5 fine forts of and rifea flipm feeds j from dvelha lings fo fevep fliillinte thoufand true early Yorkimre cabbage qneftulHtig per jutjoce djttt early Pontefraa ditto arty heartfhape top catbagef ditto fine fugarhtef dittd largeox at eight pence per puncevihe have been proved to be vbeft If e will of the above articles as cheap as any perfonJn lorrea dy carefully and riti gratefully acknowledgerfby WILLIAM Sold ronly in Foregate His Royal Highnefs the Sfor oljUgmg better they me and fisr theplesdmg ejtpreffibas in A iiiceMs friend to I regard wkich it contained I inoV Kelp mat I expeel to be there ihe iends andrprinci of wpdri Permit me that great at finding my conducl approved by fo a of my feUowfubjefts t it isj much at feeing fo rnany of our countrymeri their the fatal confequences of ffing our brethren in I wiih your moft obedient hvtrjible fcr dangeroufly when the that it was not he wpald parture of the of the gout aj his feat at arl of Suffolk isveryo ofethe gout at his Since Friday more tfouv lhips have arrived in the upwards of twenty of them laden with heat poachers ooands a ownright Jfc k Compofed entirely of baliamic baXdrahk for breakfaft and in the eVefting as tea or common ft TS incon ceivable and ItVtat jfcrves for but is nouriJbing tfee weak yad deircate ceffce bejiond ga cp liiir faint appetTtt and wifet tjftrts and cppiiinitiljstof moft eminentef niol ndwDC ig from the Erice cheaper than J or cornmop India f they will beipf fignal feryicoinpppo brother and a very ufful aogmcn to the army now much in fuch that die this canj th msy fdcm colonier from that the Minifters there jremilted toitfe iMinifters of the three neigh bOQfing powers ainote the detention of which note the Colonel and Lieutenant Alex appointed Akis de Camp to his Eor facaUy to ptoiaatixgEek ai fo prof u for thejr art fiiuatten of Britain Jt Minifters promifed to remit to their refpcfiive J jpjftdfia nas declared by King his occupied JfeSoni in Auftria rwill return all fliefeaa takea of fmce the firft tireaty agreed oh Aetweea I dOtedersit is fent the port of Dover to ftop all letters to from that thej may be pjatniailedbefore they are their own It is that a perfon of the firft rank is fobn full power to fettle all difputea i i 1 room of Colonels Weft and pre ferredto i 6f the Exchequer have come to a refo iutifinlto have three daysin a during for order to expedite the bufmefs in reftch lately loft in a gale of They were bound f befides iA is to be into pftrKairtent this of empowering of Governors of the indemnities for of of all fuch as are If thisus aiot a uavai and military t ttatspart of the will pro ceed agaittft in the fpringi aad from tie plan lhoughiaftaot fail of re njett totheirdutyr at the pence of jheir fiifcieaporiiitowasi aid much nariotial v Geijtge Savilq a to his Maeft againft the civil by U the l6tli frem whence h is ttey viH very Portfmouth and for Ire 1 It an undoubted hat haye enralledto seatthe amount of the ojhep on fince the cpmmencement of this Aey Lord lays it one of the trie and diftingkijhing mqrks of patjriotifnij forego all private opposition to or thep Jantp onlji taldurfor the of their fays every man muft do to obtain arid he who does not however he may for awhile anufc with the whittling of a be for ever meafured jnen of ienfe and as having more his ovyji intereft Jhan tnCampr patris at Letrersrfrpm that there is that a peftilential sthich carries gf daily j andtKat many dropHpvyn dead as they walk alpng t TThere ngw in fevcn perfQpsJying dead out of were taken inthis 1 ajnan whq had appearance a andjc4llid for glafj but beforeit In confideration of thegreat benefit recerred by drinking your Engiiih bayfe riSf confent to publilh I have for grley afflifled with what the DoQprs calf com fuch as Townirfs of wahjt of with wanderingpains fiyingaaboSt from one ftwpe In fy eebl8 tfat great pain and difficulty I move jthe leagth of a and almoft defpaired of ever t Belief in tolerable I tdyfe awfeflf phyfici ans of this and medi cines bBCJmth an acquaintarice prevailed as great benefit T fcnt for a it fat very lt pleafantjdraftk it and to rqy foiind my health and ftrength return every apd few weeks quite I have1now ga ther am able to or fojir free from laid intend drinking GfeFFiTH JAMES To be and entered upon d A and at reaV tfiayton Mri Aairon of in New that Holes lines on ofi fcft bloody a to the Royal receive the in ca into b6t jirctfeof thil raifirj fifl cfiUQjYjpf Chefier and the liv near the in this and adjoining the fianks of holding of AleMaa4er VicW There are great cpnvejiiences Hira or any other bufinefs which Tlie houfe put veMitf the in eVery refped made commodious for a oafimblc Apply at HAMILTONS To be SoltTby At the Old RoeBtick County of two A LL valuabte aatf ojaluhtnife ad atffStiTagscinfiy fcr aild two from the about one ffliie Iayigatjon and LOT a fitu its j rent and i Weil erf of f CQuntysrheld for finder iHe yearly been ;