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English Chronicle Or Universal Evening-Post (Newspaper) - April 10, 1787, London, Middlesex The ENGLISH From TUESE FulLllHKD AND Price Threepence TLonnon March HIS capital continues perfect ly free from every fympiom of the Office ofOrdtiancft April Royal Regiment of Artil George too is appointed to be Ma ior of the hi1 or invalid vice Sir Francis Jimei Captain William Godwin to be Captain in ibc fifth or invalid rice Gharie Captain LieutenantBenjamin Marlow to be Captain of a rice William Firft Lieutenant George Lewis to be Captain vice Benjamin of Pickwick in the parifh ff Maltfter furreadrc Apil aidMjyiii ic he Ciftle Attor Jftrtt liiQJlJ b ch of Li RUTI Mefchaati M fat render Miy at jtThe Crown Ann ind Car ricrir Mav at at I the city of May Benjamin of in th county of Mjv Gui John Claude late of in ihr tourty or My at at rVits now orlaw In the partft of Mlj at at the Crofj Alrxamier law of butnowof the city of April Hi and the mb at before aJwtifcd at it of Kingflnn May t at the White Hart in upun Hull iforefaldf atX uo the at before of the of Kinjtton uon in ttuity cf the town of ftingft m upin nun an i IV jin Miy at ai trie HI n Kingtlon Hu not on tKe J7th of April before Jom of in the parilli of in the county of adpurnmefU dom the ut tljUinllJQt Apiil Cforgf late nf IniheCuunty ot Dealer jnd C O M M O Ar April BfrrsffirJ tliat is it sn ivoulJ llimtlv and the merchants ivhu h i J mi iortilgal and winei under tiic IU nt ivoalJ be injuud by fuch asuuuld ipp ii under the intended reduction of it jilii nscclKiry put them on a t ot r whitli toulJ nily be done by the f ut Revenue to re f i nu the bj lance of He thcrfhjre movt J to bring in a bill fur the u Inch was a tirft a bill for extending the powert ot Juries enabling them IL t oidcieJ to br iLad fecund tuflc IJrmvnc that the Cltri lc of the 1riry Cooncildo 1 iy bcUre the uri acLOjiit of the pbtei of abode and of Iuch per for s as liad taken the of as alfp ibcu time of Tic a Iff i that the proprr oTiccr do Uy the an nccount ol of Pupilli ccLlefiolticg us taken he oatlu of SciTctary of I cnnnot for pirpnfc ihcfc motijns But nj I am that the icntlciun would not any matter whitli wuilj tint du liim trrdit to and ai ihe in jfiom at bodies of I hop lie will tlic Houfe wiiri lin I have no manner of I In the vear by which jf his Mdjefty fubjcifta wcic enabled to heir The Diflcnten ivcic partuu arly plcjfedat m before they had no futh In an art allowing Roman great fuch as with this provifo tint hey iliould prcvioufly have the oath ot Anuther afterwnrJi nfTmnny i ind KvnK rlcrn cvcrX jiofll fTnl by except fill IT any of lie the I wifli how jjcmfaly oaUi of has been taken Some gentlemen that it will be impoffible to furmfli an account of the nature I have moved trom the vail numbers who have taken the oatli but I have been in formed by that there arc not fifteen hun dred on the Privy Council books an alarmiig if out of two millions of no more had availed themfclvcs of the oppouu and were willing 10 inanifelt thsir allcgi ancto their Sovereign The motion may be grate ful to hilt cannot poffibly anfwcr any ufeful It no fpecirlc objcd in therefore thai vote agaiofl The Secretary of the ob ject of iheft motions is to mtinuaic an imputa tion upon two great bodies of excire fufptcion of our Convinced haw groaadlefs fuch a charge would and convmcod of the extreme danger of making I hall voto againft this though the for mer one his Pamplilets of a very ex ceptionable nature have been the nation may the Houft is proceeding tp this inveitignnju in Upon this I alfo object to rhc I wiih bufineft may nut be as it goes to revive matters which every man mould wifh buried in The th of allegiance is the tdt for hem to prove thcmfcUcs good there ii not a body of pcpic beccr than the Roman Catho A very illjadged fufpicion hiJ already given them rhc and ihis motion will llill fjrthrr mcreafe I hope from whnt liai trom the Right Gentleman me Se cretary of State the motion will be If not I fliail vote The queflioa Was then and the motion was Sir oo the third reading of the Turamkebill North of the moved a Dy way of to oblige the trainees to fwear to their pofTelTing in After fome on a there Ayes 20 Noes 29 On that the bill do there Ayes 54 Noes 13 Countrp April Yefterday rwo a dreadful fire fuppofcd to be wilfully occafioncd broke out id a barn belong ing to 6f nrar this which cotireiy defiroyed the trilh a quantity of in it tlfo the i fercral Somrrfcti houfa were withdifficulty The fire cnen com municated to where Stro and became The four jirfl hnd their eotirety except f wbjcli a little brict is Simmons5 bonie walpulled Mtrc1 Saturday morning mdjLtrious and vvrll behaved youiu men of thij toun John and Anthony bro thcis been informed i dnirymin belonging mined Bartholomew on the lands ot the part ut th eltJte ol Richard of inteiidid auay their on the next frt off accompanied by two or thrrc other men for the pur pofe ol ptcveiiin the intended and fr cnriu an ut became due the firil ui lalt jnJ about trtclvc or one conic in the they found his liock hid been carried ccrpt one which they They then pro ceeded to ihc in u Inch were 4the above Willism and John ihe latter a man of no vifible means m noted bad i and old ivith many who rcfufed hy tiling at them repeatedly from different win dons which MS ai repeatedly returned by the other without crrecl on aithcr lide at length Anthony Flaherty rallied fujdcoly into the followed by the who had fcarccly pot iafide the before he Antho nv ivjj fired upon by the at no mjte than two paces and the contenti of a as it with fwan his of which he inftjntly in pwfence of his brother who feeing him and regardlefs of his own threw the tua which he held io hii hand on the and m a foud embrace held the deccafcd in his In thU pitiable ana in did this worlc than villain twice pccfcnt and fiup fecond inuflcct ai the wretched furvivurj and only for thcirnerpofmon of fomc of hn nefarious blood tliinty than would doubtlcfs put an end ro hii exillcnce Not yet fatisficd with what had he and his party fullied and followed for upwards of a two others of thefe young were fortunate to efcape the fury of their As foon is intelligence of this melancholy af fiir reached George Robert and William magif with Riclurd and fome other called out a troop of the light commanded by Cornet and went in purfuit of the one of whom Sivoenv they only who on the evening committed to our occaflous thia young mans death tu be moic that he has left n very young to whom he wai married about a lojrtther with an ajcd father lud mu down to prevent further and Shrrlock loft al and btrovcr and Panic nearly parrica larJy had alfo forne burnt down Or oflhe had a and laundry de and hJs houfc wds with difficulty Orrick being1 be carried out of ihe Thomas one of rhc of ifm hadhis table burnt It U impoiTiMc to defcribe the people The both from the Barracks and Marine and wee very ufe Captain Lancr by his fared Brompron from being There was alfo a good f apply of water from the The fire was got under about five oclock yef terifay The lofs to the infuraaceof anJ fufTeers is eiHmatcd at about three thou itnd On Saturday laft the fivft follawiag were executed near this purfuant to their tEinioihy OBrien and Thomas for horfe fifajing Daniel for cutting clorh tea ten John alias Richard for eight oxen anJ for former of thcfe unfortunate Jnen has loft awidow now and one and GouWthorpe a widow and four At the place of exe cution they al discovered ftriking marks of pe nitence and contricion til which awful period had by cir in a iinte of and pr lilisd in his ajHrrtion of being innocent of the crime for which he was about to to his la ft ROYAL GEORGEJ HUGHES moft rcfpcftfully bes M iVA to acqujiul the acd the abme fUce through 3 every exertion has been maiie to rcnJfr it tlie ami com pleteand ejefant of joy Summer Theatre m this iloro i IS NOW And will Every Evtninj during the Summer The monies received nightly to difLhirje ihe Rrowrij cxpeiices from the firfl 01 Janiury and the Theatre ihu prefeni the after ptymg is to be ai the diipofol of the Honourable Court of PRINCIPAL FERRERE and Signora ELEANOR FLOZI Sifoor PtlRAOA and MadCTnoifeMe GURNIE Signnr Whit Mifs Tombs Davis Mifs Madame Madame Ru Mifi A New calleJ THE BOARDING Written and compofed hy The principal by Nuf and Davits Mifs Coopsrt Mifs and Gcr And a New called BOTANY TRAMPOLINE by the following capital sroup Balm and junJen Suit the Little and by 5 gnor and Huehesi LJTT L t who is tha firft hnrfemau in the world Signor the tutn and celebrated acctim ptoied by Matter Charini a real Little Signor the Lit tie and the Young Venetian the STROXG ful FMII of by balJicmj Foity People on a A New called H A R L E CLU IN CONJUROR PI N E T r 1 TURND The Mufic hy and THORSTLj TW1DDY and DOYLE Robinfon i Nufley j of the Biudy j and Old WhitmiU t Hamilton Schucan Propte ofihe NATHAN Coldmhine ami Mjdune SIMONET Calombiuek Mifi MuJacut i Mifi Croft j Ladies at the Mifi Mift Mtli Ma djrrw Hoi and H17QHKS AtjJ Twenty if tht firft in the i ai H piH PREGNANT whofe qoirri a temporiry be rfith f spaitmena ta either ta Wwq or io hirf and bcTij irnied ihe otmift ittrcyi by t MWH1 TEt or it jf hi Jorth Sde of Piali may WVrtei Sato rffeAsii lenrty to ill or irrrjularJt tttrntied To prercnt chete ts a fcatre be MIRACLES by iff bleffinef t ibis scrttf crpriing icnres muft whh ien nof lmtA nnfing the DEAD to s IT bete iKoBones come through firfl can he dooemibc eacly I lufl Io me m anJ very few evidently in the laR acii nurfl dangerous The LIVES of THOtrSAKW iU are BY His KOYAL AUTHO ana under the immediate pafronage anJ fjpport of the firtl KublDty and Gentry kinJorr pmely Ity aniverial hjve hon oared me with their ta pabUfb lor the of a full fmmJeU apca incnarcflible of the faiutary iHa iriuft ac crue to the from the DISCOVERT of GOD EOLDs VtGETABtE fnr the cere of Coc fumpuons and Eight out of nine belonging to his MieiJyj firA troop of Hoift by mer dcine from ver deTpemte after iher bati tried remsdies in Their own nnmerona others in the trestife lately puMih will explain their dangerous and art in then ticated by a certHScaeff The Moft Noble Colonel of tlit rtgimeat ofHorfe JOHX Majw of the fen of Herman was m the laft ftaje of f ion his bones came through his could re csive no forced his hroatwith of mea nt the ind laft of altby tM By tbe Vegetable wis fo relieved in four as to fit up and CaJU fibbd with and in weeks he was is NOW rofr and weQj and his flttfc firm on hit Smitfi oewed him fioce to levcraj Bis CWB to be mi Of a greJE ot young recently onticr vho feU mto after tbe whooping I tuve ths nefi 117 I rreverloft bo one OhUon cure is fcmiiar to Ann in ferred in the a of to the who gave her over M ic poneJ her Her bones were bound with to ksep rhem in the She re flored by Baltaei in and Is i lining of oflpmiieicU the bcrn fcnr for r who arc wel of thc wonderfol The fnllowinir potienti were Ttsry lately alrroft ij a fimilar rerr ftoyes of aftturtt acd night tu Vcthnt Mnnfieur dc MearJfi John Hoftry Middle attended by tbe eminenr Sir Georje and olherti WiUiim Eftj Jarcesi airfndeJ hy ind Richard OIJ fora Ion time could 00 go to but tat ill night in an ealy Fletftreer his certificate cf three mrpnuns cures performed on part Birber of Gravel Peirof ALL he hm Thefff patients all other metticines 3iJ ice in were reftored by the BALI AM in a wrelts after to the JPY and furpnze of and who tod deifmred of Their ccnificates rooft of tbeni Ured a Fexv days ago are m my potfeffion and ire rvniy a few of tbe nu meroo owes itcently the reaot of all which wocld require The ftillowing certificsto pubtitlteJ for benefit of at requcfl of ihe vmlermcntioetea GODBOLDs VEGETABLE fr tiuly cnHcoctnus in tha cure of cwnlumplions and ouitu not only to be held in high but iti rfr nutation fixever prefenretU tor faj uftice to fob of tbe TUlCantiaftd as A tribMte for many year ftudy onU tunntie expense he has bcrn in iH and bruising to perfection A meUJciiw of fuch UCii anJ imponanct do hereby thai tKi medicine the fapenor citicacr of UT expe nenret ui our own arj where hare re 41 tO mnqtbr m coughs icwbafic com plaints rrcommend it ii ti be in all And it u our cirnell wiih a trial may Sa bv which meartN ttin of m tbjl mctipoUs ptcicrTttlond Nvhic rhc Mjiqms Right Lord RtjUt Lady Dowager Viicnnutefs Rih Dudley ami RijtSit rxwascr William It orthrof thJt of lixfrt in He do it to recently under mv in oolj dcd I Cw ifeai nujwbert who tuva been ami muft in be uvo4 ttJ their fuendi and the thU me 1 ai Cw m tta of Dnine fca WetHnj to
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