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   Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - May 5, 1770, London, Middlesex                                *#* For the Batchtlor, No. 460 ; &c. lee the laft p�ge, iect. Earl Gower, and. Since oar laft arriyeo Four FOREI Britifh PACKETS, which brought the fellowiag ajvices. G N INTELLIGENCE. Petersburgh, March 30. COURIER from" Cerr. Romanxow has jaft brought advice, that Gen. Siofflen, a'ter the victory gained over the Turks'the 15th of laft month, had taken the rour of Bucharift, the capital of Wala-chia, Where he arrived with his troops ">nJthe nd, and cn the 13d, the inhabitants of the province paid homage to, and furore fidelity to the Em-prefs of RufTia ; andthat af.er the ceremony; the principals among them having bffeied the general a p'tfen' of 10-30 ducatf, he refuftd to accept it, and generoufly exhorted ohem" to beftow it on th- ho'pital of the city, for the relief of thofc who had been woucded in thelaft two actions. ' -      .   --j,re eiT,p(10ye(j ;n th- A KiMiiites, March 31 Tnree hun red carpenter: neighbt.uiing forefls to cut Hewn w-iod to conflruit four bri-ges over the Nief-ter, for the ufe 61 the Ruffian army;" one at Kafus, the fecond at Chuc^im, a third at Janig'o', and the Toii'th at "Bender. G n. Rom'anaow has received tacf more pieces of cannon, the I'mallfft ot which are 18 p unders, together with a large body of ecruits, and intends to begin bis operations immediately alter Eafter. We are affored, that four ftiips of war, one of tail,-under the command of llear co guns, wHI f'on ..     , � to demand I'atisfaction ot the Dey 6' Al- C o"p is hag en, April 1 70, one'of 60,' n< two o ing to the Danes. Mr Sheriff Sawbridge^ rtt'reml^'iu of'sTfever, attended by Dr. James,; "^^^^^ � CaWton^ m**T**. j ms muling   v Thnrfdav 'torn *n unpopular nobleman. -    iitTSedia.ely ,d,pic� irwill giveMmrer.d nUaftftion, DON,   April a8, 30, and May 1 and a.  feres onth faoraNice. .   j ti 11 n 1 ; pvnefled in'to^n byihre-iotb of nextmoi Lord^ttll.tn.l 1 expect ea in toj wpre .0f opinion, that Yefterday Lord North Waited on the right Hon long conference with Tiis fbrdlWp on the1 above fbbji It is imagined (hit (bhie late:extTaordinary events will prolpng the Cuing of a certain afferhbly further into the furnnier, than ha. for fome time been expected. " J _ Some very interefting papers, which have within thefe few days been received refative'ti the affair � of Bofton, are to be firlt confidered at a cabinet council, and then laid b' lore an auguft affembly. It is faid that very'flncl'orders'-ar* difpatched (o enquire into, and come at the truth of the caufe of (he late diftafb-tnees in Bofton, and 10 fecure, in order to bring to juftice, 'thofe who ttUj have been the principal abettors and fomentors or them.       ' '     . ". By the dif.aches already received from America, the occafion. of the lake riot at Bofton, which has ben attended with fuch dreadful conferences, is afcrhcrj to the bihaviobr'of the loidiery'; but, r is' imagined, nsLwjthftand-irg, the load of guilt will be removed off their (boulder-;, <-n vbofe of the tpwn.csen. ...""''.'' The conjeitu.es on,the recall bf Sir, James G'ay from the Spanish ctran, are very various,' and'the' true rpafiin feems yet f-.wlonedi'ia. [he clouds of pbfeurity i howeVer, the tiioft prob ble fdggefHoh ob:ervatioi.s "if the imdCiSrts'm (h  Jfreat patriotic debate 'm the opper-houfe.  lflrd,Ci--m. vr^wed he Would for ev�r. ting the (labs asd wyxinds of tie conftiiution in their ' tin, 'til*'-'they weVe Sealed; add the ijght" of .election r^ftoredfto,trj^j^opli'. '�tor8JC8Jm>-*!i agreed1 tothe fubflaaceol his fpeecji, and concluded.with a tmT~3ecftralion, that he would inaintain the liberties of the people againft ?hts fn^T*-^ 'et the confeqinences fee ever lb. fatal; that he would'never recede from Tiis opiriion; amtahathe would, ever repeat, tjielr conduct their s, nt6M T-^rri-* then argned. tkat fuch meifiirM would, foon be fatal lately; ToflW jurtlfces'^*^        ^lid^^jtS*^^ hlr.   On' n'Vf �uaSt 1)eJ�.ar!1ff^C�p�aiole�flw. fym&mfl,... (herirT; and'Ae' fcldifers; -wfeo tomprfed Ae#ai> ^�fc�r�aflKlH^Sj livere'd'to'lfie rna^iftrttes.' w �-'J A te-~Jbt      r, ci^JUu^, A council was lun.risntfd totn�et'ji�tt  io&4(|>MA<{' tenant governor, following: "The ^__________        ,     c   _________bjr Aft that die reafoss ffor^^e^di^�Viff^ at the* Rttffiflnsi*e->^fi*T*.n* ome few fofii "excepted",- into wffich^th*?* Tgrks T�ave AoW*|' th'ey are befieged by ite Cree4u>^ffi lrivl�rBfibr3�<**#Ui^# lAJWB^!^   to thefe'lcingSdMs ; ihst'-we'ftestd now drop private aplrnoiitiesi io/lrt the caufe 3f "c(ir'E rtf* h engrofs the minds, and attentjon af^he nation f tj?^ France 1 %h'SSpiifi were�rtningi an*terrning daily^ew Mid.dangerbuv.alliaflces, nor It is faid that fevera! fterfoflages at a certain meeting were ot oninion, m�t   faces, the late proceeding of the'Boftonians were rhoit flagrant acli of'rebellion ; anrj that fome of the c nv>any urged the exped&ncy of vigorous mtafures; but o-therj, on tht contrary, were1 f6r more gemleitreatnirtit. We hear the two fecret-. at. Bofton. f fv..v.-v - -     -------- _ His excellency Count da Chatelet Lomond,- the French ambaffador, is ex: pubfifc BdCneft,'Itt'tlre dppcr.Wfoin'a:-li!rfto'reterfe peeled at Calais mm Tuefdiy next, on his return t. London.   . . '* the feeding*of  ��arbjut a^reaC His (or.d(hip fpoke Upon it, bqt wftKreiteie^^ni^gBaUi^eM a doubiraT, hefititirigniihnef/'fiid,*>t:itstH>e^rei3dWowt^te? is not Yery.v)fual fofj theildermeh-blpeak Inpbn ;thft,b*n^ nb*u�i: of I it contrary, were .u,     . -6-- - coaference with' "d d W t'eieve this' nt-i_y* th.tthi.;mormng'Gove^ retaries ot ftate, on the fubjecl ot the late tumuttuou pr        6.. ^.y^^^ -^^ta, quaint them; Of: their- �fivai,.      _ . ^^bpwitWa ^felf id p^tt'm Jb'tKatbo. o� t^�!�t^V " . This'dayat'n6bn.'c4me',o'r^ at'Stt Paul's,, CtowiKrCUrjlea* flh^ 1 renreTenUtive' W.'airfia'fcetft'ftr:tfie'��V afad; Kbertyio^Weftrojnl^j wcrVoArje ho'n. Edwlif "SknclvB, nffW'Lcit*TSandv8i, tfo-SMM^Wf acquaiot i itqpoitant dar* �tAVjeQfwpfber. , .    ' , �     , fecond 'rtadrag.   uoro \ "��"^Fre^^dVlfeV -of 'thtf-rriin^iry jn^Um^eiraryi^^'nw, no.opppfnion j d:> viwi^y'' concerted  c.a/ip^       oppofitiori r^di^.' I^^OamdentouVered^hift^^ r     .ju ;nA nofuiuelv afferted. b> tfiT^ifa'acKeW nh�*upo* hia'prthWes\ ^htts ftiof�g!]�- i^t.^ojiliBOTefendeaicoBi. Notwithftanding that Gwraltar 1 * in_n0^   ' f        .^ich^he Etnperor ot ' J' detfer thlt the S{,an,ards ^^cJ^^banV^^     Aefe ,' "^/n^Wy, te infamous treaty of peace- oetweeo.France them thqir enemies, "'jfsfterday'.Lord.'l. w qne.of tjie joint tieaTurers of Irel Efq5 who'has refigned. ,�Sffht&^^^ : h-^ ro�a ^f^,tt    : ^ � .     ,   ci.-i.,^ v-,<^ made' a treaty ��_ pe�.e..*.      .,   .r   , ^ �.�"|bc^iifly Wnut m!dntt<�&) fucb.deteirtUna'MDn.jwaa.Bkc-that (and         ., -r,� Britain than any treaty 4or� theTe ' �,,\VWbWaWy 'waVnot iodiAunm Xf-AviK iiujsfs . hnt tKp tuHomerit thev pave ucon ill thonty Morocco, KTtf^ thou.anddo.lars .annually; and 10 sewiv 9re to have the regulation of all the proviRons wbjch. are-herearter; are. to have me r g.....^ p6rts^Bfhc coaftj0f fearbary. tQ,bA:cxpir,ted fromTangier, and all , from Barbary, but ^Tfce R-ff�� ^fUblf ^^anr G hour's whojy fupplk^om B*f= B9W'.tbey .will n"t be able t. gei any _   o __�ri.;c ^.>r^ obary, bat',no#r it can ^tWjgBl^ "Spaniards and R�,faj- t^u^Hay-at Hicks's-haM � e^ecritfetf 6yrtht* wholekJngdom;: that the people ^aye. complained, of it %% 30 author of the Whifperer, a OTinui u  ^ Vn r   ru ,  makins to bring him to tna t any time be cut off, by the SpaniardAr-t�-[rh>� treaty' Moors is therefore hottile; ta Ojiga't,. Britain and" a bill �f indictment was found againft the ,_____^_ ,     bench' warrant wis iflued out for apprehending1 him, and ftriit feaich is A nobl '�"' of Bofton, have given it in fpinibn, �^oj8)t4t>p inftified in fo doing dii^dtyV nation. It was on,Friday ?nd Siturday morning very current at' both ends of the town, that Loid N. wo'ild fperdily rffigh, jn conftquence of certain extraordinary political arrangements concluded upon in the late cabinet councils. tt------�"��� Jie intended to make amotion that had the Boftonians--------- ; thus extremely different are the pobucs of this 'to* on ..... B R I C A M   AFFAIRS. Tlie fdH�ft*W * the^tffaflenceof !a letter from Bofton, da|ed the nth of larch? relative td-the tintMppy affair between th� townftne^ and (he foldtew ltnin mtnieii to pronounce kuchui.o� ptntna't'�t� yjt*. 1 960b 'carhe''or\ at rSf. Paul's,, CxJ�rK-Q�niga� 4^ ^wiH ivuui ui   tiKT      - .  - -----.-,-----    -------- ---....... but Sir Robert Berrlaro0,' he Wi^declarerfdnlfielHaed. .^i,; 1 jfi'TAVf 11,111       �':      .i*n*t ��wm %* A'tticCs's letter is not Imfcrcfti^g enough for pnblici^ont.tyce be glad of his correfpondence When he has any thing ufefijl v but^we many.othver favoiirs to'attend"^, h- wiirbe ^BfuffiMft for?nj,.jjpiJ,^al(.e very IpVdy hbtie'e of hrS'(fpittle, Which he ieenu it mpiffUt^ LiTisem, is of a lertth that pot for fame dW: if the''writer'thinks well bf'irc'ving it.wifh lbt#99X room at coriveniency.--W. P's Em<^ik w^lLtiot do^mTfheJ^***' Qu^Rfss have .already^ appeared under another iiga*turcir�f**'lj^r7fcP'1 our next. ,   '1k"r '   ' 1   ik< -f ERRATA" fn forneif bur Uft, !nthe'BATCHELOR, h the i$th mi logije, fgr D|sa�mtio-n"read^Di�si�i*4.TioH : in the 17'tl raWwif A*0 read tJRBiulTate si'in tnb~ar�isle^;fes�t*�i ,lj|rV:.;th�-a8t&'mnicle< for DaVASiT*'J� Aqict^ptA * i'''v^ ' 5rrr hiabaen to wait en Polopina, Guide, Efq j in order |o �(tu| tfief Jurfue the fteps of their hi tents, the* need not defbair of .  . proihiie tbmi tddfeffrt^ equally not Iele fatisfjaat^rj^ SviH be pre fen ted to Cfaeiti, What teception with, W not yet ^fpiret'.1    "        ' J ' �.. ^ His Grafe, the L%d,'Primate,' fiat 'been plemfid tof reteflt ifce fffc Winder, vfcar of'Bangor, to the liviBjfef �tl Andrewt, co�nt| 1$ in the pom of the rev. Mr. Lodge, pi� erred, of-the catalc t^cje, form tea  Ln,*nt have hanoened in the ftreets'of this   conftituting and apjwnting John Boiitke, *%�Al�� weoW �8J inary political amngeraents concluded upon in-the late caoioet councils The laft letters from the Hague represent the King of Pruflia to be d oufly ill. '      "" Hi" moft Chriftian Majefly has' fettled ioo,oool. fterling per ann. on Madam Barre, his prefent favourite milber, wnich is 30,000!  more than he allowed Madam. Po{np\dour, by whi t fte vies even with the. princes of the Wood, in the fpleridor of 'ler tahle an.l �ouii>age, Commodore GamHfr is appointed to relieve mander in clief 1 f his majeft'y'' Ihips ftafionedinKorth Aarerica. Several changes in the military ri par'trnent are now talke>; of; in cemfeqence of the death of the lale Lon. Ligonier; and, itnorrg others, the right hun. the Eart of Loudon is to have tKe third regiment of toot'guards, in cafe fs the Duke o: Gloticffter accvpts the command of the firif relieve Commodore JHood, as com Hiehnef The, njoulh, . , ifcme' time 'paft frequent affrays have happengd in the ftreets'of this town between IhVinhabitants and the foldiers quartered there, and pvtjcularly on the ad and 3d!ofrMirth, in'vihich affrays one or two of the 'foldiers were mtich hurl1 On tlie: gth  fl-tiv their barracks. �lteftCr ^^S^DM^U^'mo^ ahrm      fiHnJ the B*coBv but bVthe person 0!'^ lieu.enapt governor Wales, of Pool, who. is alto put 1 ether damage. May t.] the abfence of a v Mr. Wilkes going Wef'e^nnd^r arms retired-u> their barracks. efp a able gentletmn from comimdns but we h to Ihe'hotofeo- coitiiwuu-, ^ ---- K-inteH fcr thft purpofe, and that .notice h�al "                  -                                , ... .  ,. ,.' j, ,u_ _,-r,iri.e   As luch a manufacture juujy ocicrvcs �n ��tiuu�i-T5u�>i��6w.���*y. mio>.^a�i-a tovyn hu prevertte.     'On'tKt next morning the counc.l affembled to del.berate upoi ^e meafures   As lucn aMm  u         J    7 .. ,    tQnr thronih!Maflfter ,ifitetf ,W, ma ,.r.WcdneHay 'fc'n- ' lt migk U advifcable to parfueand it haymg beep decUredI by                nS^^OTc5ffi|e lnet�n*Hh� ordered a carpet to be>ade j .u.. -_.!-'u_-u ii.-^__iuk^� .h�     r_ji        j. �_____a-_-Li.�-__S_j - Hugh Va le^ce Jones, 'f5fq \ John M Uhanke, Efq v ^eUwgfaem . ^4fle,i . Right Hon. John ^ere�ford, and Sir William Oflwrne,. Batt. to-be commiffioners of the'revenue and eitcfTe,^aodttfo chief.comminloiieiland governors for all and every other his majeftf's rerfennet in and throughout this kingdom. j The firft of May( being hall-day With She corporation of weirera, a ifeotion was made to addrefs'^e rjght Hon. John Pqnfonbj, E% fpeakcr of the houfe of commons, ex'prCf^yie'bf thfcir concern for his remortU"r4m ihecpoard of commiflloners; a ftacirinhe fo many years filled with fidelity, loathe jeown and failsfacllon to the fu.bJe'Q:', andfor the'countenance andfunportt.he ajways gaye to the trade artd" th^t^aitiires of their corporation t which was Opaoi-moufly a�r�;ed to? aSjd a Coajniittee tppoinred for thatpurpofie.^  Friday Mr. tfix'on; '4: verjr^prornifihg youth, apprentice 10 Mr. Jarnea* *Tay-l>r, oi William -ftreet, ailbfriey, was'drowned in the Liffcy near the barracks, where ^he,wept "to" Wite'r his'-hdrfe.f '�''     �''''�'.'-.- ,rfi-(..�'.� . ,\ \ iy'wiU|.''p{e>^,^,tnm^, �rra>k5 at the caftie, ^hich was accord. ihe-metriber remove province, Wder to effect this, and that ^.Pf^f^:^^^^'^^ * *� account^'itette^rom Bourdetux; that;. dKolent only" k part vaiid- the .nbab.wnt. - alferdb td .n , town 8cpa lately ardie thpre, which drove the flip* frbm their moorings, w ith fuch their m& men, and bymeffages repeatecjly. reprefen^ia*S tS^� *�JJ : &BS,'that' about 40 fil were' loft'or1 Really damaged* tnd^veral Tatisfy- the. jteopie But a total and immedjatfe tewoval Wthe troops, tne.  rmpeiuoitiy,       ^ .Jn_^ _^tJ ^.^^Jt-        ___Ju? Mtk.Mil    no We hear Bofti;nians, and it is faid, the moft v:gorous adopt-d. It is whifpered, that government has ordered five men 0/ war, with trtnf-ports, to carry five regiments of foot from Ireland. Li 38th, Major Gen, CadWallader Lord Btaaey'sv 40ih,;-fcoteuer % Robert,,Hamilton's Bart. 47th,'Xieo't'Gen. Peregr1ac,-b*JceUe,aj$ 54th, M*j?r Gen.' William Canfejl's; and ^rh, Major Gen. John. Irwio^ Alderman Charles Roffell has refigned his gown. *>.   \ Tbqmott noble Marquis of Rockingbarri h�th made-a prefent of Ipool. to the comnty of Wltk'lowinfirmary. '        r}'. * ' The rev. Mr. Charles Hanks, rector of Skreen, is pre&Qted.bj t|e^ght �r. the L^rd BjDiop of Killaiia,' to the archdeaconry of Killalh, Vac'an't by the death of Archdeacon Carey. *. .,  5 S a turd at, May jth.] The right ho]n Lord Chief Jsftice.Ctavtcn and his fimily, fa:'ed in the'Smyth, Byrne, for Parfcgate. ,       , :-- McCarthy, Efq; ---"O'Doooh^h, Efq; Cant. Gartih aid his r�nRtly, theCipl*. Lee and Cope, rad'Mr. Corley, arrived in7 the Pertefcne p.acket from Hplybe'd^And the right hob. Lord Cahlr, the, hen. Mr. Bttt- of the late unhappy tranfaftions at Bolton. On^inationW report of fire was found to be: grou nd^d J. l$TZJCl^^ nf the alarm appeared, viz. the bringing of the populace to the   bappy. v,.^ d^.gW/r'of the r^v. i6&, Ti?dtj(. rf, Cont- .  r;�.._.?. ... Tanner, dangW �t Joflitl^ l^""" of It is' confidently From thence the multitude proceeded to K.ng:ftreet,^Wljefe: theiCoftom- rrias.-- 'v^'fi^^r&j^^^^; �^ to Stomey houfe is fitted, threatnmg to put t, oeath the.centry *at^�^thej t. protect hiatnajefty'streafure.  On the.r aenval they J^^fe^.^fj/^^ afVd bv force compelled him to retire to the Cuftom-bouTa door.  Being thus en-   line, ag*a_*�, * k^ *   ,  ,   ...   ,.  . . / 
                            

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