London Chronicle, February 9, 1786

London Chronicle

February 09, 1786

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Issue date: Thursday, February 9, 1786

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London Chronicle (Newspaper) - February 9, 1786, London, Middlesex ET B IB ' I B 8 g lliwIU N� 4^1. From THURSDAY, February ^ to SATURDAY, February ii, 17S& Friday, Feb. 10. A M � R k C A. Frtv: t!:? Pr.n� svLv.Ufian Evening Heral-b. PJrl-ix.lpkfa, Ni'.-fp:Ber 19. ,,k-.^^j,�. jiE following is a copy of a Cotiful to Bichaid Uarrihw Efo; Co::ful for the United LONDON. QUEEN's BIRTH DAY. Yefterday being appropriated to the celebration of her Majefty's birth -day, the fame was obferved at Si. James's with the ufual folem-nities. The morning was ufhered in with the ringing of beiis ; and at noon the Park and 1 Tower guns were filed. Their Majeflies, the Princeffcs, and fevef.ll of the younger branches of the family arrived foon after. An elegant , Court early aiiVnibh d to pay the ufual marks of I loyalty and affection. Among thefe were the ' foreign Mir.iiU-rs, the Bifhops, the great Officers of Si ate, arid a numerous meeting of the states at Cadiz. of to � Xobiiitv andfalhicr.abie world, inter.-ititi? a nature, that" the Printers are ail I scqueftcd to re-publifti it: Dresses. The King was dreffed in a puce coloured vcl-Richard Kahrisom, Efqaire. I vet, elegantly embroidered with gold, with a q t /!� -t -- t-9- button and loop, for his ribband, and fiar of o 1 U, //._.,..v: tor us; '.or no n.;.;; ! iv embroiderc I a:with, fdvrr. ar.'rfco-can c-/.:ft on 'he provif.on which is �: nit out by i Tered with .'bar\->vc, and a kin- 0f netting th.e King of this plac?, who may truly be c!>-d t worked c� it.'-Any defir-tici- we could stive, the King of cruelties. Intorm Congrefs and the j w.,c.Ul rot.vev but a � different ct3r,- resof ourfituation. Al! ! tioniwho ._r.ihceuce and gr.r.idei idea of its airs belaud nun- have fnhiecls in the hand-. f thefc iuildei.-, exert thenfclves to relieve the nr. and" while captives make them ibme extra allowance. We hope you will write to the Britifh Crmful 0:1 head; he will give you eieiy information re-fpciVmg bs, and hew matters nijyiir r.mim-mudatcd with America ; if we do nut make ibme terms, our trade wi'! be ruined; the Algciiiu-s are at prefeiit fitting out cniifc.-s ! with a!! poiiible expulirion, two wi'l be i off the Vvefvern Iflcs, and the reft off Por- i tugal. j " Americans, bewsrp'. lcf nothing tempt j you to come in the way of thofe people, for : tiiey are worfe thnn can be iirajined. j " The fliip Dauphhi, R":,,hard O'Bryan, ' Coiumatider, lielonjir? to Mt'.as.SIa'hew ;u:d . Thomas Irwin of Philadelphia, w,r: tnken-the � .t'th July, Ko'leagivs to the N. W. of St.' Vb s; the fehooner Maria, 1' chad Stephens, j Mailer, owned by ItliGVe. Willism Fuller, and ; Co. of notion, and confgned to ycu at Cadi;'., ! W"� taken tin- r.jthcf July. ! *' Tl.c captives are it in number: 1 f,,ul Captain C'Bryan's crrw are at the marine, \ c.;;t The i'rirrcD Rov-'d in a plain white f.titiii rol , richly ernbt oidered ir anury was ue-t at the dt'awias-room in the Oioruiug, nor at the bal, ;