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General Evening Post (Newspaper) - March 16, 1771, London, Middlesex 1 Price Krom S A T IT R D to T U D A MARCH Sold fey at in wijere AclVertiferntfnts 2nd Lettfers of Intelligence are tikctj iii regularly ferved with this are to apple i 11 Proprietors of the EVEN POST return tbeir grateful Jkanks to the Public for that Encouragement and Indulgence which tkh Paper baifo long and are refohxd tj render it in wtrtty of hey know they have no Right toexpeR t fat in Proportion to their and they fire ajfured tfcat the Public will not only reward Excellence i but every Regret oflntyrove If gout a good the In Cffwcling themoft im portant and interejthg Intelligence if and perfpieuous Grange malt i if the greate Varietyof proper rmel a determined Refo tittibn to admit all wellwritten that are decent and without Par tiality i if a peculiar Attention to the confpicuous Jlijplay of and general Attention to all Kinds of In telligence in wkkb ow Manufactures and may be interefted if the ftriffift anl maft vigor MS Attention to improve this Paper in a U tbefs Particu lars Jlnuld appear this in its the Proprietors doubt not but they fiall have tbe Phajure of perceiv ing the Public in tbt in creafmg Demand for tldr and all other and all and other effects whatfoererj and all provifiohs to be faved out ways now or heretofore belonging to the fame for the fum of twentyfix pounds five It has been thought proper to publifli this in justification of the magistrates and people of who have been tntduced and fallljr accufed by the depositions of the Ciid Dublin Mitrch Houfe 6f Lords having refolved upon afl addrefs to his the together with their addrefs to the Lord Lieu were this prefented to Excel lency with his Excellencys are as fpUow To the K IN Gs moft excellent The humble Addrers of the Lords fpiritual and gracous in M O N t A MARCH From the L0NDON frlarei Omplaint having teen made to his fupported dcpii tions upon ot the ill treatment of aPutch near Deal the I itti of January laft his Majefty was pLeafed to order an ifement this paper of the of February laft offering a reward the difeovery of the perlons accufed of fuch atrocious crimes and to direft the Lord Warden of theCinque Ports to make all poffible enquiry mto the faft His Jordmip has accordingly tranfmitted to tus Secretary of State the voluntary oapo fitions of ffrveral that were upon the Shore at the and previous to the fctid Ihips being ftranded by which it that one Thomas a boatman at of known courage and for the fum of fix to carry the faid captain on board his and to affift him in cutting away bermafts in the joint opinion ot the feafaring people was the only poflible means by which the hip could have been preferved but this affiftance was That Thomas Serjeant of the Admiralty of the Cinque and feveral of his and offered they being the proper officers for that purpofe his and their affiftance to thefaid which pofuively refufed and again ft the of the faved the lives of in great hazard of their and pro cured them refrcfliments and apparel that within five minutes after the laft pjrfon of the was got on the fhip broke to and part of her confining of lemons and whicn were foon fpoiled by the lea the fcverity of the were feen floating for a long waydoww the eoatlfuon the fliip went to That the ufed all poflibe precau though not applied to by the that what might be trie wreck Of cfrgd might be preferved for the benefit of the pro j upon payment of reafonable That the captain refufed to appoint an for ths faii which is uiual upon fuch oc though it propofed to him by John1 one of ihi Juiticcs si the peace for the town of That on the 14 of the captain cuted a oi fale to Abraham Walker and of all thewreck of the faid with all and fmguliirhef WE your Majeftys moll dutifVl and loyal the Lords fpiritual and tem poral in Parliament beg leave hum bly to cxprefs our moft grateful to your or the many proofs which have re ceived of your Majefiys for your faith ful of this and for this in which your lYiajefty is now graciouily to aTord in your readinefs to concur with your Parliament in fuch meafures as may bconduciveto their We further beg to aflure your that we will endeavour to fulfil your Majeftys gracious purpofe in calling us together at this taking into our ferious confideration fvich matters as lhall be found to be neceffary for the general good of this and more particularly thofe which have heen recom mended to us this day from the We cannot our thankfulnefs and fatisfacticn the continuance aud by the Britifh of the bounties on the exportation or Iriih We moft fincerely congratulate your Majefty oh the happyincreafe of your royal by the birth of another lince the lalt Seffion of Parliament and we have the fin cere ft joy in an event which contributes to the fecurity we have in your Majeftys Royal of every thing tfeat is deal and valuable to We have the fenfe of themany in which your Mrtjcfty hath been pleafed to afford of your paternal and parti cularly your continuing the Lord Vifcount Tbwnihend in the government of this king dom of as his experience enables him to form the trueft fo his candour and integrity we doubt move him to make the j ufteft We beg leave fo express our fineere defire on and every other to conduct ourfebresj in whatever may come before toiiper and and with all that dutiful which may belt exprefs a gratetuj and becoming feafe of your Majeftys goodnefs to and our faithful attachments to your Majeftys facred your family and go Watts 1 n t J His Excellency the Lord Lieutenants My I will tranfmit your dutiful and loyal addres to be laid before his Majefty forth To his Excellency George Lord Vifcount Lord Lieutenant and Governor of The humble Addrefs of the Lords fpiritual and temporal in parliament May it pleafeyour his Majeftys moft dutiful and loyal fub the Lords fpiritual and temporal in par liament return your Excellency our moft iincere thanks for your moft excellent fr ecch to both Houfes of We are happy in the opportunity which his Majefty hath been graeioufly plcatlvl to afford of meeting your Excellency again in par and we cannot but coijfider ourielves as under an obligation to your for 0 yonr Excellency kirrd attention to thai great branch of trade and manufacture We rejoice with your Excellency On the in creafe of his Majeftys royal by the birth of another Princeft as every fuch eVent aflbrdS ut an additional fecurity in fiippoft of our ahd Your Excellencys experience and knowledge in the anvtirs of this call upon rs to unite our endeavours with yours to promote the good of the public and we trut we a becoming temper and co operate with your Excellency to bring this teflion to a fpeedy and happy and Wratis Cler His Excellencys anfwer My you my fincere thank for this your rery kind arra favourable whichyou are leafed to ex pref 6f affords me the greateil It has and will ray endeavours to de fervt You may rely upon my faithful re Majefty in every thing which concerns you and thu country and I flatter mylelf through the harmony which fub fifts between our joint endeavours will be effeclual to promote the public 1 have much at James Varlcy and Chriftopher of Part ners and to furrcniior April 6t at the Golden in Dividends to be April Pctir of at April Thomas oi at May ot Chadrick in CL it the Anchor in in April by adjournment from th glh Jahn of WaUalLin ii Ginid April Thomas Wilfnn the of ct Ayril John of in yarmtr and at Certijicates to he April of Martins Le Jeremiah of Stephen of Crolley of Sanuil of Samuel Ailen of Daniel Cuitercll the of SHIP MARCH Came and rctnairi his Maieftys fhip and Granville Eaft and India Saikd furBuitonj Clapp and for JimaCi j for Maiy for Hannanelj for Leghcrn Prince for Plymouth Four fur New LoriJon and fo Came 1jileJ the for Mary land for Plymouth j and for Remain the fliipj as per G A v t F N M A c H Part by the frorn Bilboa Honduras frfirn At Dover from IfJand At Briftol New from New York and PIcdwig from At Leghorn WtMi j and from Yefterday the BifriOp of pieached before their and at the Chapel the Earl of Oxford carried the fvvord of fiate after which there was a great court and A remonilrancc did raoftcertainly arrive from on the fubject of the Critifh arma It we Wai poles and was laid before the irivy Council for the firft time on Saturday laft we hear is to fct out for Paris again next A remonftranee on the above fubjeft k ex peeled every day from Yefterday captain Scoit fet out from his hotffe near for in order to proceed vith the hips under his command to take pofleffion of Falkland llhmd every thing for making a fettlement having been previoufly put on e fifa letter from tSttiagne have leirtis the belt ryhicli tlirft one of of PoianiPs Brothers is cution of Hnjmporcant at lha coort of hnm whicV moft Cjftfequenccs art the bmh of the TTiirks and many people are of opinibh that accbmnio ftiay take place them before the of tli when of the fix who were ordered ro aicar on before the fitisfaAion which you are pleafcd exprefs Gin and for your moft obliging to cooperate with us for the public We hall not fail of taking into our Confideration the important particulars recom mended to us by your We acknowledge with thankfulness the continuance and by the Britifh par of the bounties on the exportation of and confider ourfelvcs ai indebted eaptain would have fet out a wtek had he not been ttepped for the explanation of the remoaftrance delivered orf that head by tha Spaniili It was yeftorelay aiTcrted at court tnzrt every fubjfct of difpute relative to Falk6id IlLind was happily to the mutual Ia Usfaction of all laft Friday OnSaturday at fix wtce illued from the of was told by the SpeAtfihat he was ac cuitd of printing the Chronicle p Saturday the of o Dibaifs ftre Tlifilt of Vis J J J 4 pia that it be could the ot had any thing to oiicr iu exenfe of miciguticn of the the houfe vrss fendy to hear The printer thereupon begged to know if he was to coufider HhnfJf us before court of judica where no man was obliged td accwie the Speaker higheil court of In of this the pi inter he thought the charge ChoulJ be agiintt him before he faid any thing on fhc therefore pleaded not Accordingy evidence called to prove the bimng of the paper at Iiii and the regiiler of ntwspapers from the Itampotiice to to prove that the printer ireJ pay tire duty for mentjj andthen they were ordered to I he debates nu what had pafia Isfttti fome timtr whcn the printer called iri and ktl by the if he had thing to fer is his fo diQrove the aft or ii miiigntion of he This queiilon the printer and he told the that till he knew whs I thcr they had vcrci guilty of the publica he was at i Uris to for if he wsi not guilty of the no defence could be a uf excufe might contain of thar he looked irpni them as two dlfinci pointy i blended to Tlwuiih th juiticcof the remark fcnn ed tj Le yit agan put the printer oiler any thing lor ior paptr He then fpoks in the third pLrlbn tht hj the printer af the not infeits1 the tfih Rrpr dfUtzfia till alter all the ctlvzr newspapers had giveu dtbutes of ths Houfe of thjuthe pijrtr of Sa laft he une before was the rule had fuch that it was thf n done in a as he fupjofed covjil not ofreivje To that Ho thas fuch debates had beej given imdef tiiirent heads in the and ether for many any notice beingtaken of them by hctjfe nnJ that therefore rhe isme had been a as the likely to give oifence that en honourable member of that houfe had affurei ieveral of the members fronds had du continued the paper b era ufe it had not the de bates the member to the frtUh of tbii a fie r tio having before cieared the faine i his fpeech to the j and that marry other infhinces of a like Vind might be to prove the ncccfiity the printer was undur to give the or inateriairy injure the The printer again ordered to with A longdebate ehfuec upon pafled after which ire called when addrefling himfelf to the he he would by no means have given the fuch unneceflUry he had not which hdnow feared rale the Speaker upon fir A being light tothe bar that in all criminal lie knew K was common for the reebmnrend tlothe prifonerto put Rimfulf uponhis trialnithcr than plead gJJirtjj he thought the Spakerrs word feemed to him chat advice thit He therefore rtovv Stood before thenthe avowed printer of Jaiiseis Chronicfe in antl was extremely for thfe Offence he had given the by that publication chat if they ihouglit proper to him fuch debates for moft certainly rubmft liat he begged they would rake into it othejri were al lowed ta give them wiih his paper would furfr whilfc in obedivnctt to the of the He was u
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