London Chronicle, March 29, 1764

London Chronicle

March 29, 1764

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Issue date: Thursday, March 29, 1764

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London Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 29, 1764, London, Middlesex O R, UNIVERSAL EVENING POST. From THURSDAY, March 29, to SATURDAY, Marci^31, 1764. v , c � . Efq. and Mr. Crane, Surgeons, and is j brought to Achrnet Effendi j nQW jn a faiT way of doing well. nine Turkiih. horfes, fern by the Grand Seignior; but we ~ ^.-^-^^ j8i are not informed whether they are for himfeif, or for prefents. COUNTRY NE W S. York, March z*. Laft week died in an advanced age, at W^eftead, in Holdernefs, Mrs. Hildyard, mother of Sir Robert Hildyard, Bart, and daughter of Thomas Croft, of Stilling-ton, Efq. We are defired to inform the Publick, that the vote of an Addrefs of Thanks from the Grand Jury (mentioned in our laft) to the Re-J prcfentatives of this county, for their fpirited ' endeavours relating to general warrants, was not unanimous, fome of the Gentlemen differing from foch a ftep being taken. Tork We hear that a certain Irifli Peer has abfo-lutely refufed all the late offers of a certain great body.unlefs a certain gentleman is out of the direction. ! On Wednefday at a General Court of the j Ruflia Company, the election of Samuel Swal-! low, Efq; his Majefty's Conful at Peterlburgh, was confirmed, as Agent to the faid company ; and a handfome falary was likewife voted for fupporting him in that character. A covrt of Common-Council will fbon be called to appo'nt a committee of inquiry into feveral important matrets relating to this city. At the anniverfary feaft of the London Hof-pital yefterday at Merchant-Taylors' Halls at which were prefent his Gface the Duke of De-vonfhire, PreGdent, and a large appearance of Noblemen and Gentlemen, the collection. ,-77j. , I amounted to 164 jl� 13 s. 7d. which, with-two i Tuefdav the affizes for this county ended, j legacies, oneof yol. and another ofail. makes s Singleton Dorrington, convicted ot ai fat wnoie collection amount to the fum of xjjs. ?d. .The fcrmon was preached Jrighway robbery, is to be executed next Sap turday. John.Evans, alias-^ox,' and Wifliam Taylor, btxh found guilty of horfe-ftealing, are reprieved. ff~Margate, Mareh 7,4. Within thefe few days "great quantities of ftup-planks, beams, &c. have been taken tip at lea as far as Seam-buoy. By the different forts of it, there muft be more  than one veifel loft. They were Dutch, Swedes, or Danes'", fuppofed to be laden with fait *nu- The by Dr, Newcomt, Bifhop of St. Afaph, from Galatians VI. 10. YefterdavLadyG&wer.LadyWindfor, Lady Bowar, and the Hon. Mafter Douglafs, and feveral other young ladies and gentlemen of diftinction, wete confirmed by the Lord Bifhop pf Gloucester, at the Chapel Royal, St. James's. We hear that a handfome monument is going to be erected in Weftrninfter Abbey, by a club body of one man has been taken up, who, by { Qf gentlemen, to the memory of that great his drefs, is fuppofed to have been a mafter of j po^t Chaucer, in the place where the old one one of the vefiels. In his pocket a pape* was j ftands, Which has long been in a ruinous confound, bin fo much torn that only the follow- , dition. or words could be difcovered, viz. Bendrick ncw ^ _ , , , Thomas Shipton ts appointed a ftrvey bow Hum 1--^.-,- ____ land, and Frederick Sophia from Portfground Arrived, � Young Henry, Kelley*. from London, at St. Ube's. Hops, GrumwelJ, from New York, at Limerick. George, Martin, from Barcelona, at Spithead. True Patriot, Afelby, from Virginia, at Briftol. Kndeavour, Bell, from London, at Corunna. Britannia,Rirch, fr. Oporto, atYarrrjcath Roads. Jnfahr, Crockat, from Cette, at Rotttrditn. tlnion,--; Succefs, Lo*edav, Theodoricfc, or of the Excife, in the room of Mr. Anthony Walker, who is appointed Infpector-General. Laft Sunday .died at Eaft-Grlnftead, aged 96, the Hon. Mrs. Hannah Nevil, relict of the Hon. Mr. Nevil, and mother to the late Lord Abergavenny* On Sunday diet in ChifVell-ftreet, Mr. Henry Martfn, who has been one of the Mar-fnalmenrnear twenty years. His place fell to the Lord Mayor, ana yefterday Mr. Leveing- M'Nahb, and Charming Nelly, Fedton, from, tor.purchaffd it for^po^ineas. A. r^;,T.;, Yefterday diedathishoofe ioG6fwelI-ft London, at Virginia. N L O N X) 6 N. It hi .ft- - ------ , - , . to vifit his German dominions on Monday ?fterdayu. ______ aged 59, Charles Cooii fortnight before his death �ng, tihe reet, Efq; About a gave orders for a id tl-at bis Maj^fty propoies to fet out ? coffin, to be made of the fieft mahogany. i� German dominions on Monday after * Yefterday in the afternoon one of the fup- ! potters of the Work-houfe belonging to St, ' w's parifh in Shoe-lanei Holboro, r 11 [Price Tvro-pcr�c� tiiifycnby.} ^We SSt'itct MajeftV will fefide clScfiy at 1 Andrew's parifh in Shoe-lane, Holboro, fell down, and one of the boys going by at the fame time, it fell on him and killed him on the fpot. C. G. (Befo're their Majefties) L'AUegro ii Penforofo. The Expediency of ejiablijhing a dijiinil independent Boardfor the Affairs of the Colonics. From a pamphlet lately publifhed, entitled, The Ad' minijiration of the Colonies. SINCE the people of Europe have opened a trade to Afia; and have been, for fome ages, fettling on aH fides of the Attantic ocean, and in America, and poffefling every feat and channel of commerce ; the powers that derive from this are felt, and it is perceived that the fpirit of commerce will become that predominant power, which will form the general policy, and rule the powers of Europe: and that hence a grand commercial interell, the bafis of a great commercialdominidn, will arife. The rile and forming of this commercial dominion is what precifely conftitutes the prefent crifis. While each couBtry of Europe (uppofesj that its own government actuates and govern* the trade of its refpeflive fubjects and dependencies, there is in facl a general kind of lead in commerce, diftinct from any of the governments in Europe; a general intereft, that is not concerned in, nor governed by, the refpec-tive interefts of Europe. As the riling of this crifis forms'precifcly the object on which government (hould be employed; fo the taking leading meafures towards the forming all thefe Atlantic and American pofleffions into a one dominion, of which Great Britain (hould be..the commercial center, to which it mould be the fpring of power, istlje precife duty of govern* nient at this erilis. It is a fundamental maxim in every ftate, that the trade of its colonies (hall be confined fo'ely to the mother couutry;-yet fuch are the cir-cumilances of thefe colonies uni'verfally, that without an abfolute infraction of this principle* they would have neither tfad% nor even iub-hftence; and the fact is, that this maxim is univerfally through all the Spanifli, Dutch, French, Danifh, and Btitifh colonies broke through. If therefore, having an intereft which requires a trade, directly contrary to the fun* damental maxims of the mother country, and it thefe feveral interefts in the colonies of the different nations throughout the Atlantic, muft neceffarily fo combine, as to form one genera! commercial intereft, different and diftinct from the general and European intereft of the feve-Tal powers on which they depend : I do repeat, that there is a general commercial the Atlantic aad AsasrkarrftRIements, peculiar to thefe fettrements, and diftinct from either tha particular interefts of the refpective mother countries, or the general intereft of their European policy; and that tbis general intereft will, in its natural tendency, lead under the flnence of that branch ox bulineis, and thole merchants who actuate it, which predominate* in the general intercourse and opetation of its ceceffittes , aad tttat this letd will dJ^bive tire ;