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   Hoey's Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - December 4, 1770, London, Middlesex                                ' He vilod^e *fis&jifle� *f Ate" la* Dr.rW*R�4 the ,Go�dial Cephalic Sntfffvt*�pletf3E>ew4 Keyfer-i Pills; �V^  The gWifon had given-hoftages that day, and were to have evacuated'that place the day following. HafTan Bey his burned a fmall Ruffian brig\ Thjs affair has coft the Ruffians 1500 Greeks, which they had at LemnOs, and a-bo'ut 400 men of their own troops. LONDON,    Nov. a8, -19, and 30. We hear that the H. of Commons have voted 31 j�oo feamen<, and 8170 rrfsrmes for the furvice of the enfaing year; on this ftipulation, that if there (hould not be a war, a r.efpe&able number is (lill to be kept dp for the defence of the nation. . '    . � vIt isfiidj that thereafon why L. Camden did not attend the Duke of Rich-$SmTs motion for laying the Spanifh^papers before the-houfej /was, becaufe h� 'grace had eo-nfiilted the Lords Rockfngham and Shelburne, and ye-t had not COThmUriicated his intentions to Lord Camden till the nightbefore. ''ift tre*pe�ted that a company of light infantry will be added to each regiment.. Yeft'erday afternoon his Excellency, the Count dc Guignes, ambafiador from the court of France, arrived at his houfe in Great George-ftreet, Weft- ''Yeftcrday advice was received of the death of'the right hon. Lord Botte-toTtrt^ governor'of Virginia, at his feat in that province. The difficulty of the prefent negotiation is "reported tp reft with the Spanifh rrrmifter, in-order to make out what claim of right and title that crown has to Falkland Ifland<;, when it is.well known he can bring none, and at the fame time will not go on the French claim, though it is certain to all the world, it wa-rthrough them that, they became poiTeffe'd of thefe iflands, and that only ; within thefe few years, merely with "a defign to promote the prefent contention 4s fbon is ever their forces were .ready to'defend thernfelves. 49.] We are informed from good authority, tha,t at a c-1 held yefterday a Wa r- w:i.s determined on. We .are informed, that the Spanifh-ambaffador has required, a month to give in hjs preliminaries. ' A letter of the firft authority from Madrid fay*, Otir court, we are well -affuh-d, does riot intend to declare'war againft England, .-but leave that nation i ta declare war againft us , by which means "We (hall be entitled to the affiftance of France."   ihibBghiiaperion in power declared it might not be fo foon. � Many wagers are lald^ that if war be declared aflinft' Spain,:* month wril, . *ot.elapfa b.eforuit'w^ll be anounced againft France. 'i ��� ,.Thegfieatefl alarm is fpreid in HoHarid Concerning the prefent fituation of *ur a&iis-, tlvafevery fagsciou? people thi: Dtjtch, who behoW every thing  1 4hrougrj a medium of l'elr-;nterelt, imagine us ta.' be rn.'fo J�d.a ftate, that .ipon .the breaking out of a war^ they are refdlved to draw their property out  i afeate friend of tHe Pope [not Barrrjng thetieffoo] having prefumed to afk him . fome queftjon* ioncein ng''hi*'final" intentiob' with,'regard to-the Jefuits, the Pontiff replied, "When i was Father Ganganelli; l.Totght confkle to you **,moli I'ecrct thought?, and^ even perrhiued you to eriquireafter them; but, at " prefent,, I am' aflohrihecFtriat jd\l fhoutd be fo- very indtfereet as to afk ma �~ *t 6�;h/l�e,tliQns."V1dn delivering thefe Words,!, his Hohnefs immediately dif-miffed his quondam"fiiend,1 and aiterw-afrds fignified to him,'by his fecretary of ' iftate, wipider to jquitRome.   -3   -tkcBritifh court upon honourable terms. . . Col.il-e, in art. inee'reiting debate yefterday^ faid, *hat he recolle&ed to Aave formerly read an anecdote, in-which i patri6t nobleman told the Spanifh ruonarch, that he had but two enemies. te Who are they?" laid the. King. *' The world is one, (replied the honeft informer)'and your majefty's mini-Her ihe.otlier." And I cannot help thinking, continued the colonel, that our good K- (God blef; him) i. Fomewhat in the fame fituation.:-This humorous � rcroSrk c&ufed aunivesiUuproat. of applaule ; and the colonel was fome time .fcefore he, CQuld proceed in his argument. ...The hexiids fit an�k, arid the trumpeters of the  houfehold, have received rders to be in readinefs at an hour's, notice*;: which imkes it reafonabla to conclude, war is interfd.ed to be immediacdy declared. ,; .��L-aft night a gentle.man at the Globe tavern in Fleet-llreet laid one guineas to (en? that vrir wifl** be declared to-morrow X and if not, that it'will be declaredon'Monday.      LttJCv-*m in a certain affembly lately faid; -'.Thib day month perhaps ,. we may be no longer a nation ; for if the French, make ishemfelves matters of the channel, ve cannbt oppflfe them. We ought at this time to have forty .(hips of the line, yet have n't twelve -completely-manned. I have now a complete det-jil'of the1 'above particulars in my pocket, and I defy any one to . .*COntradicl me." .. The ambaffaJot* of Spain has given directions for all the Spanifh fhips in our ^ortus to fail homewarifc lmtriediatcly,-with ballafl only. , '   - .. . We have undoubted authority to affirm, that notice has been given at the . ...JHeraftf's -office, for the proper officers to be ready on the fhorteft notice ; and it was laft riight afferted that a: declaration of war will be made to-morrow, the BENEFIT TICKETS in the LOTTERY for 50,0001. for the year 1770, dravvn before the managers and direftors thereof, at Guildhall, JLondon. Ninth day's drawing.   Prizes above aol. .13161, 1000I.   NJ).-4i38s, 500I No. 9i3i\ 70R6, 17817, 1*6343, Tenth day's drawing. 19904, 1000I.   No- !j5733> 5�o1 No. 30191, 15567, 6310, 3514, as fparing of the honfe'-s time and trouble, as he is liberal of his own bretth and lungs,, he would hardly bring fuch a vain queftion upon the carpet. Can it be imagined, that the affembly which expelled John Wilkes, for faying little more -of this affair than has .been no,w faid, will pay any attention to what they-have alreidy determined to. be groundlefs calumny ? To think fo is the highefi abfardity, and worthy of the head which conceived it. But the gentleman loves to be exercifing. his eloquence, .ind to be preparing by idle decla? matioris on -fiftitious'topics, for (hewing away on fubjeciis in reallife'. Will' the houfe, grant him this indulgence;? If any member' mSkes themotion; I will' fecondit-; for when a vpuog. man difcovers an appetiire for praife, Bow-ever boyifh,-it ought  tf� be.eneour�ged. 'But, if he could be perfuadSd, to transfer the fcene of. his -declamation to, the. fchool of his ^ountryinah, Sheridan, I think he'would afik with'more wifdom and difcretion. hundred fifty to five No.. *ich.. No. etch. WHEREAS the bank �f'SirCeorg^Cokbiwketnd-Gornp^l? veitife-d their being under a rieCtifety' of defefrinf the rayraeDt ^� for a.fhprlj time, which may c^nlei diffidence in the other banks otjdjji' that may prove extremely irrjtjridfls1 to the tradc *oj' rnanu^,< kingdom.   . :      -. .   a -2'.. *  ^smMf^fhel' and Soov Me/T. William Gl^dow- -fladE-CQfeptny^MefT. TWiMiMf^t^ Company, and M ttof brafs behind. Tfcws common dinger being removed,' it will*be time enough to think of adjulling our [ddmeltic quarrels. But, fay you, who can fecond the ,operatipi^3 of thol'ej ijv.ho have degraded their S � -m, by a-pitiful coqtefl: with the governor 0/BokosAirs ? In anfwerto this, you will allow me to obferve, that the intrinfic value of Falkland Ifland could not be deemed a fufHcient cauTe of war, and that it was -therefore a proper obje& of negotiation. This, which-cannot be denied, being granted, what could be more prudent, than to leave, an opening for accommodation, by allowing the.King of Spain to avow pr 'difavow, as he thought' proper, the aft of the governor of Bonos Air.s ? Indeed if Britain had thrown herl'erf into the arms of France, as a mediator, there would have been fome ground for-cavil. But where has the gentleman picked up this intelligence ?   He fays, that more knowledge of thje a�fcual (late; of affairs may be gathered from a common news -paper, than from the K-'s fpeech.   We all know the gentleman's partiality for thefe vehicles of' politics. May I then prefume to affert, that he, .muft have owed this anecdote to thefe oracles of1 truth. I think Imay-without much vanity pretend to as much knowledge of the matter, at leaft, as the honourable gentleman, and yet, I protefl, the affair is an entir-e ficret tp-rm;, Gre^t -B-ritain has pot employe'd France as a-mediatory for-ffifcbas -io need of a-fl>t?diitor. (f fhe,had need of a rhediator,-Ihe -would have-need of a prQteftf�t;*(ja.e'i4e whi<;h(.-can ijever ex.ift, while (he is-the firft and greateff rjowejin�uxop^;,_pr^^.thele^words be.top;ftrohg, one of thefrft and'-gmt^LpowersUi'JBufogp.. iut.w*?haye.,nQt Fecur^dall the'pof--leffions front danger, andrjrpvided againft every fudd^'hldw from the; enemy ?� It may be fo. -For what. wifdom can with fo fqw .troops .render us;every where invulnerable? The hpnouiable,. number ^wh� ftaited'this pbjeclion,' could not, I beliewe,-. with alL his fagacity ^and rnOj^uy ta-Sents, fuccped in fuch' an arduous Uk. - Here, therefore, he is as.. ua|ar^unate, as in. his attack upon' the rnragritBry propbeey, cemcemjog flie iunrtip�jL..�f pea^," which he attri*' butes to me. I made no fuch prophecy. I oal-f 6^d,.jj|hat fuch and fuch advantages would accrue to Britain, if the peace, laft�d ten years. I ventured: on the ftren-gnth of calculation to fpecKy the. quantity, of th.e natioaaL4ebt,' -which would in tiiattirAt^paid off. j byiee^'l xbjnght ati d^. Jfofcaiip, that war was atagreat.dtftance; bu.t I ymfafa&.9&ijlaifflifl(.'.But,fed the: miniftry afted v:irh (jrattrurlthe affair o�C�rfi^,;j\^rpugrit fUve b^en' pfevents-^d r   The gentleman's intelligence may be very gooa^jfft.the'pp'int'is not petherlfon vttyclfiarto.me. . Arrd:had    rupture a-f^uaily'^nftie^^in yonfejue/ice^pf out'-0.^4^ J in-i. -interference, who wuuid not, bj^pe the&qj&iyi,' SJV      ajiowiijathe^enemy*    0 to* wafte their blopd andtreafure upon an-objeet, which they may fiiyi a ihora in theirfide ? - ,.,"r!. N. Bi We have not attempted to mark; ,thi fpee.ch yiith fpirit .pr elegance, becaufe the priginaiwasideftitnte of both, except biuntnefs fhoiild pars for ele* ganee, and bawling for fpirit.      D. U  Virt. Fefter " John Pdnfonby' Thfeb. Jones, Geirgfe Macartney W. QfiotAe Nath. Ckofient* Hen. -Aob Majppe . .., . .^jjofen HelsHtaWajie^La John-Bewk*-? JnhOt^ittQh HoberttStjQtt TOWNSHENQ Lifopd Annriy Loftus J-. Beresford Phil. Tifdall * Mar. Pater fon , ... At a numerous meeting of the Irferchtults and Trau^ra ;*rf>tiie, ^W'^ Dublin, the rigfjt lion, the Lofd'Ma^OC &Hn�^Piti^-l&d�dkm&'9x0iffi&-. was agreed to. ,    ^ ;. Relolved, That the prefent lPw-*foiatk>n �f public credit)'^n4-dtt�t^f. commerce in-this metropolis and klngdons ^3^ta^iS^clmw^^^0S^ chants and Traders neceffary for the fupjtertof> public icr^t, jn^nr/u^ii^^F which the following afibciation was.entered'into. . .       ,, Whereas t^e Bank of Sir-Georgfe Gk&bm^ tifed themfelve* under a'neccflity of-deferrrjpg d>e>til|i>n*nt^;ttidr,aoj a {hoajtime^.wjhich^ may 'create y-SB^tm-Uf^^Simi^^^.^. that rp'ght prove ex'tnernety ifijurienh te -the -wade and- -anamft^nroii �| kjogdpro. '   .yow We, the Mwchanw and Traders �f thV^ty of TS^uw* .whole names arg hereunto fubfeiri^d, btir^thorpu^ly I^B^^ foundations       ' G. Reynolds, Ld.Mayor,  Sarrruel ffDrtOwe�% John Seztqn; Matt.WsIdon,-John Roc, Thomas Derham. Robt. and Alexw-'Jaffra^ Tho. l^ead, Tho. 'Tiwinppin,' TraverB, Hartley, Anthony Bermott, JoferJh.Ptlee, Tho, Green, For my fajener, Jn. Pim Jnfh^a, and felf, JofJuia, Pim, Jofhua Clibbqrn, James .Cavid1 Dick, Jofeph Fletcher, E.RieU/,'W. Cope, St Co. Charle-i Wade, Ab. WilkinfoD, . James .rlorahan, Rofaprt Lawe, Geo. Hornlidge, Da7Jd.Shi;rard, Aleij. MajiDoniiellj Wnj. Sfnyth, Jofco Vance, W. WhUe.Kob. Migee, and Co. Rich. Pol ton, Tho!  9175, 35i85� S�l- each. Prizes above loK No. 11564, 37191,10989, tool. 50I. each. Drawn in all      4874 Continsatlon of the Speeches in acertain great affembly. ' Lord B-kg-u'a Reply. SIR,. IShould, be forry, if I. had any where failed in that decency of language, whiefa. one gentleman 6wes to another.' ' However much we differ in politi-oal-fentiments; we ought ill to agree in obfervhfg good manners. For it is to be hoped, that politics and good breeding are not altogether incompatible. Ljmppo.ns, however acceptable in the region of news.papers, (hould find no place ia this aij^mbly. ' How elfe (hall ,our deliberations be diftinguifhed. frpm the fatirical eflays of the Morning Chronicle, or Public Advertifer ?  Whether my antagoniit has religioufly adhered to this rule, is mote than 1 (hall pretend to vouch. Astomyfelf, all I can fay is, that if,I did infringe it, fuch an o-: -vert was far from my intention. In the hfeat of difcourfe, the words fa-Stir .on and feditjunpifled my Hps. Are they any trefpafs-upon decorum? If they are, I cannot promiie that I will notbe'guilty of the lame rudenefs, before ffit down. 1 So that if the honourble gentleman's choler is moved, it is, I fear,- Qut,.of 0>Y povyer tp remove it.    .  I. am; threatened with i rjew accufation ; but it gives me no alarm. A con-iapufnefi'iOf the reftitude of .my condoft, makes me entirely eafy. He may tbjow do-�h> his glove, whenever he pleafes-; I-anvready to take it up. If he t-oiers the fieldarrrterfcap-a-pee, with troops and figures, 1 wrap myfelf np I me invulnerable.   Were he and I dare fay he will find 1 Y  THEATRE' in Capel-ftrcet. rjpm, The Comic Opera of. Lional and ClarilTa, with additions by Mr. Bickcrflaff,   $$fio Fiarford, (the author) is now preparing, and-will be performed in a few days ; the'J^^rtih Gaven, cloathes, fcenery, arid decorations entirely new. �       ",'"    *   -��>>-- Sunday, Dec. ad.] At night, a man was robbed in Thomas-ftreet, by four fellbws,' who (hortly after were apprehended and lodged, in Newgate. . 3d.] Mr. and Mrs. Jacob and daughters, Mrs. and Mil's .White, arrived in the Befcorqugh packet from Holyhead.  The Dorfet yacht arrived frbrfi; Parkgate. The Preuy Polly, Troy, With Capt. Andrews and his brother, arrived from the fame, place. 4th.] The Earl of Kingfton, Lord KingiborougT and his lady^ and Mr. Stewart, arrived in the L'Defpencer packet from Holyhead. MARRIED.] A few days ago, James Noble of Lifnafhea, co. Fermanagh, Efq-, to the amiable Mift Bulteel, daughter of John Bulteel of Miltown, co. Cavan, El'q.-William Filgate of Lifrenny, co. Lowth, Efq; to Mifs Anne Eilgate of Ardee. -DIED,] A few days agoatSligo, the rev. Mr. Eubute Ormiby, rccSlor of that parifh.-At Coll'fnftown, Co. Kildare, the widow- Nowlan.-In Strand-llreet, Mr. James Dillon, grocer. . THE pujb ic will pleal'e to obfirve, that the notes of Sir George Cole-brooke and Company bear interefl, at the rate of 6 per cent, Irom the 3d of this month until paid : that they accept of their own notes in all payments whatfoever, and that they will in a little time give notice what day the Bank* will be open to difchaige all demands, and to trsnfaft bufinefs �s,formerly. Dublin, 6th Dec. 1770. ANftESLEY STEWART. Mr Walkir's LECTURES ON NATURAL. PHILOSOPHY,;are continued at (even on Tufefday, Thurfday, and Saturday � evenings.--r-A day courle wi.ll begin fo food .as thirty have entered their names with Mr. Faulkner, or Mr. Wilkerj the Lecturer; to be continued every feiond day. Admittance to the whole cOuHe, for gentlemen, one guinea; ladies halt a guinea, and fingle Lecture, half a crown. ANY commands for Mr. Tighe, Writing-Mafter, may be dire&ed for him ar the Globe coffee-houfe. Nathaniel. Trumbull, Mercer, at the King's Head .in Parliament-ftreet^ is jufl returned from London: his great variety of Winter Silks are now arrived, and he begs leave to allure thofe whtf are pleafed to favour him with their commands, that he is determed to tell on the lowed terms. LINCOLN, SON, and KEOGH, Beg leave to inform the nobility, their friends, and the public, that they are returned from London, and have brought from-, thence their Winter Silk* and Velvets, with a variety of Waiftcoats for Gentlemen : they are alfo well afforted with Silks of Irifh manufacture, and hopes for the honour of their commands. TICKETS in the Exchange Scheme for this prefent year, are now delivering out at Mr. Deey'a in Craropton-court. THE Priies in th�, Exchange fcheroe for the year 1760, which remain undilcharged, as alfo all thofe of the preceding years which are yet Uncalled for, will be paid for the future on Mondays only, at�Mr. Deey's in Crampton ourt, from ten till two o'clock.   April zd, fjjo. Daniel-Sullivan) Wine Merchant, being to remove next month to Mr. ' Sneyd's concerns on the- Batrhelor's-quty, will fet his houfe in Michael's-Iane: It would infwer very well Tor public bufinefs,'being very roomy, ind contiguous to .the Four Courts. All order*-, for Mr. Sneyd will be received at the Batchebr's-qna; till the igth.of nett month, and afterwards at his honfe in. Sackville-ftreet, where he will continue the bufinefs. TO THE" PUBLIC. Mr. Bantu id CoUefe^reen, having fitted- np the upper rooms in his. houfe. with .the ' greateft-Elegance, in\onler us ac-�vommodate gpnUeroeV only, with lodging. Bet, ii-ii the HoteJs,1n London, is now ready to receive Company;'beds a BrT^ii$1^{f crown* nreakfift t�. --Mr. Bardm intends to keep his two large rooms on the firft flo-r, together wjth the crwi-oUte-roqm, in ctjaftant readtnefs to entertain any feleft parties with dinners 01 {uppers, oh the' mod reatonable terras.---N. B. Accommoda-Von for fervints. David Ribton, Dan.' DicknTfon, Pat. Bride, James Exfhaw, E. Tomlinfon, Benyamin Clatke, Robt. Lawlefs, Chaelas. Giltefpy," Andrew Bwradaje,, Anth. "Bfiihe O'Neill, Henry O'Brien, Peter'Gorman, Weld and WoodrofFe, Thomas Bennett, Ho. and Vat. Connor, Aid. Percivai Hunt, Tho. Reynolds and fon> Val. Talton. -Michael M'Carty, Chr.Reiliy, James Aylmer, Peter Heverin, Richard Copinger, Pat. Mooney, James Given, Ptter Smith, George Mm'gomcry,. John Stewai t, �>> I -John-Jjn.0^, "ohn ar4P5(L;;'Bate, ohn Co*, 'eterCaltag^r . Andrew C^tlnge, W.Hiam-Willianva, John-Whi(e? ' ^HtjaminBall, Andrew Chiigqean, yickers ajod.JUord,. M^d^sQtt and Be.l, 'ttaiidlel^edru>-e)r,. Fr*�ou�-$iirfce, -,j Wm. TayW, ^ J Luke fc�irnyf ' M Win. Wall, "|f Francis.'fjt)hdetan>' ^ Charles Aylmer,'. ^ CrofJbie aai Kirvyfn^f^ Tho*. Uptihe, ' 'j Out. Ed, 'Brenju, Wicha gh�. . P,a� J^G^tfqr,';, 4 F^iaW^nldVjuti. Eleteher, Edw y Stephtn"Miller, "Wm.'Clofry, ' Nath. Trumbull, John Stone, Hugh'Heh. Mitchell. We the under-named Bankers of the city of Dublin, do.hereby accept of the notes of each other, as ca(h in all payments whatfoever. ted in Dublin the 3d of December, 1.770.       .- ' . David Latouche and Son*. Wm. Gleadow and; Company, Thos, Finlay and.Cornp�ny*. *' J. Dawfon -Coates, and P. Lawhfij A Frefh parcel of German Spa, filled in, the dricft. ieaion, is now impo ' by John Clarke, in Capel-flreet,' whp, through the particular cater o| cori-eJpondent, Has beerr enabled to have this article in its uttrjoft paring perftftion, which he will fell �t the following prices ;,fm.li;fl*iks, js.^jfij, large us. and. Seltzer, at.jSs, per dozen, for ready money oalyv'- " .'    � . By bis Majefty's Servants. M ,At the (TITJY THEATRE jn CAPEtl-STREF/P. p. THIS evening wi II be prefented'a Comic\Opera, MS? ment (when due) at Mr. Thomas Egan's, mS^Oi^-W^, � 17th. 1770.     .       ''"..'.'   -Y -"I -c- .titniv; >-�:?' ;    ^ '''-'."IS I I m is 'k^! I   

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