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Hoey's Dublin Mercury (Newspaper) - August 20, 1771, London, Middlesex Mft.ii ami ii i ->�TmawaBss.e>-i- -ii ii inAi;.'j>jfet.> .The' raicaVe >Matf craw of wtc Dr. WARD | the Cardial ?1m.k Snuff i Nip who were r-me from Cifra, and lay behind a retrenchment. In the Stl-J^Z^'' " Ah.�-Kr.r^ Damtiick, July 17. .Ths difcontent increafesto fuch* pilch in Poland^ .-that th� chief people to. the kingdom,] among whom is the prince primate* have wkhdrv.va into foieiga.conntries. Rome, July 15.. ^"he Holy See has. received with great joy an account, that ptnfion, or to a feat in the cabinet. But if bis arobjiioa be upon a level with hi; unaerftanding ;-if he judge* of what ' " " " tae fame fuperior genius, which animates cod dweits Mm, to eloquence in de. bate, to wifdom in deciGoo, even the pen of Junitti ftull contribute to reward him. " - ' ' ' " �� him. if bis an^juoabe upon � level with AbtUnencein the public (r%irncott^n^t\.^i^Jf2^^&ai^A �trafc honorable for himfelf, with proved, moft effca'Sy teoito le&e^S ^^^rrT *nd dwcits him, to eloquence in. de. A method to mark lioin. ,�, ,, jfXZL - J??- ^^'^LrA^^ t' t'9* Amethodto mark lioen, faai not to wifhout agiin, Vecomr hte Dr. BmeIIie.-^Take:v^mili;no T,,u ^jT?T*J7SS RecordedWur^lhallga^r'round bis m^W^7^l7Z '^^^7^7^^^ ^VM^^^^^ H � a Wid Fabric, atd X^^^W&K �i:a u.-l am not ate them 1% SS^^^^^^S^^t^ dikretion. The pjnii lonn; tor. the evil.. rti(J-.mg for foreftalling (honjd be wWpp'ipg, H^t^LfiFfWimpil- E all the markets of ibJimetropoliv^hJsjpe^ M tht; king_ofFraocelias,ilTiied a declaration, by which he permits all ecclefiaftic3, who wt,' ii.. mi. v. , . . ... bfc been the caufe of greater roifchief to England, than even* the unfortunate grocer, in Cook-flreet. . i . . , - r. ,.v ^.Irj.jI::! \'J--J:4^ ambition of Lord Bute. 1 nhU A.mso was found hangfrig.io aaoldcabta oaKfintrQW�so^'|uppo^ The IhorteniDg the duration of parliament* is afubjeft, on which Mr. Horne tn :~ �*- cannot ealatge too warmly ; oor will I queltion'hi* finceiity. If I did not pro. feffc the fame l'cniimenu, 1 fhould be (hamefully iocoofitleQt with myfeh". Ii;ia unnecclfary to bind Lord Chatham by the wiitten/orrnaUiy of an engagement. religjoiu of their order, wJv. in the ha-jit of feculir priefU are to adminiftex the . revenoet there, and refumr t'ie exercife of their mirlions. L ' O y l> O N, Auaoft 15. The Emprefs Qpeen has jufl jilued an ordinia1.^ commanding that no wo-mau.fhall enter into any too vent before flic ha* attained her tjph year; upon , which the EccleGjilUcs have appealed to the P.ope* who has written a h-tterto herlmpeiiai MaJkH/ defiring her not tu overturn the ancient coflom, bnt to -let eve-y.perfon foll-w her own ioclinaiion i .the Emprefs hereuppn wrote an � ", this eafuing wihter, * poll pamphlet, under the infoeflioa of the Maiquis of Rockiophira^ the fubje< w'nicii, we hsa , is, "A PUn for the Coalition of Parties, A litnitenant in' one of the reduced regiments, who married an old widow hd/a^-Hammtifmiih a few years fince, whom be left after/pending her fer-fice r.iri oMng her extremely ill, went in the year 1768 as an adventurer; to the Vrf'-inrTit1!. On his arrivil there he entered himtelf a volunteer in Heider A. .' army* where he Toon got preferment; bu: not cqnteat wiih the regular � * :it;ufl;' he jipplied for the rank of.lieutenant colonel before he had been v -von-hs in vomTiifTion as a captain, which being refuted him, he fud-C^v'.j too'' * French leave, dcteimining to try his fortune in. tbe company** iVrvice." A '�w dayr after be had quitted the camp, Heider Ally, having re- toJuv.ebeen.i11 thaiGtQationfe&ratl^ ' .T^*:"" " -^f^f, The Martha,, Sempte, from London, arrived in tWpoxt " " The right hofiu Lord John gayendifh,Mr, and Mrs. ,C^.T*^*aMiefc$ Blake Enii M�iT. Cooper, Deyonflrirc, Strettle, Ha'^i^ Dalrympfcig He hw publickly declared bimfelf a coovert-to triennial paMiaments; and, tho* Clarke, and RobexT*. arrived'' V^^^^^1^mH^S�X-'*7"JI ;b,vl* _ Ctpu. Snow and ftUtoUHdt .BrUe iSigUaler. irriled t �whkh preserve the ^tW ^^^^�^^^1 ^^^^IgK^^^*^^, r,Sht to tee. rome aga.nft the iutteriqr of Lord -Rockingham of his friend,. O- BeftoiMgh piictTdm HowLi fmK*$��! ond .uhtedly be fuppnrted in arsnmem. ai better .J.nt-4.in f9ih.] in.ih. itL:arr
rr^-'Lk-. ambaiTadr�r from France, tbe moft complete fatisfa&rdn for the mfuit committed bonourable motive* old & ^ainft his domcfHeii on the 18th Inftant j lb that the afEur will not be attended Prefemativc; - to th? n _. 'i'" *iti� any difagreeable confeqeences." Middlefex for their koighi Vi According 10 private letters from Paris,* a dilcovery qf the bit importance rusL oEMr. WilkesV " . liadjuft been made refneding the underhand and fecret practice* of a certain indeed very oecdTary. for bis own. juftfficatiou. but when Mili" fae forl'i^it^ ^^^rt'^^lT'^V'"'^' W''"iJ^^Jl�ti�taitW^ p.'' itowlful cotut, in fomenting tbe prefent unhappy and imelline divifion.of � believe him > J" fce.fodacdui.t7>-. %>9^f�n�� �lk*?TBcrUto Alm^tt^^m^i^i - F^i,. . a UA , -lAC A I- w|�t fcbool tm. gemlew^.Juaethics IWb* ^Jogicfcem.'4 ^1^^*^^ A (hocktng ciecumftance had very near happened laft Sunday at a Methodift h�ve been ftudied under MV. r*-r-- mL � 1 'i^peetulg.'commonly known by the name^bf Madam Gin's, or the Old Meet- tl5e onU- piccedent in point,. Jnff, in SnowVfields Southwark : A perfon, in Long-lane, having, for fome reduced his arguroentupon.tr ', time paft laboured nnder a'gloomy ftate of mind, occaiioned as is funpofed, by �^ a fyllogifm. Mr. Harms 'too'cWut an attendance on an illiterate entbufnul; this- perfon, with Tiis wife ^roe ingenuity and candour. 1 j bldtnlrrpEd, that'Mr Wilkes-r|rto�Id ppeictve ' Mll.fr.nrchil.1ren, be ng at the faid meeti^s on Sunday laft, and ihe preacher tht, public favour, " as long v tR ftopd forth againlU minidry^and partUrnent.'--i ukiag'bis text from the 137th pfalm,.verfe the laft, '�'Happy (hall he be who who w.� u dping.every thing they conlo to enfUve.the country and l> loS ' taketh and dalhith thy Utile ones againll the (tones;" the perfon faid cut a- " he was athom in.the kina*avfidt," Yet, from the eiultins ttinninh if ' ;_Come,.come, we have had enongh of that, proceed to i'oinethins elfe ," Mr. Home's reply, one- wuld thinkthat.lhadj.e.fted my,c*pe�eiio�. tlraiMrt' Wilfc" ""*"*" *"-------"-""i ^Mvt'he finglc contttiod of hiaVrhorZ " j �pt|ndgc..tilr. avthc TreailiryJ baci; ;,1ou'd,'; ' la^yerhthe child, dofed him, and toolct-.c onhapp/ father out nf the meeting. J fei ^i?%coarl-0^ ^"nce, it-fs laid, ^leCgn t6 recall the Count nVGnignies from 'etter ' ^" WaWAHbiifly," and to fubfthute' the Connt de Bolfy in.' hb placey left the former crf. y oo (OCT -^. 10000: '. 50 ; - i*joo" M the pitiful advapttge heiha. uken of a tingle unguarded jaureffion. ai^^Wift'Swn � D $a*iJk%& ^ tnteadedfoithe public. .-J,,-it b pnl. the^euion S,^1 ^'i^S ^uaj...... -----' -...... ,'^e.�w�n^era�mn�tf:ih�memn^ ' Jt*^'**fe a,BnilT^fVu roien both on foot and in his carriage, Ihould � rately as uouft^s tt,r.and now, upon thy ^not^ff rf.llhi^tlmTy.rr affnfr'-thit. �'-"--7^^- - 1 -''�' " '^r^tnt^nEl'ft0�Wmy"""-*i^'teFr"chta'hd'eref'y^- � for tk� porpofes i referred (0,(1 roay. be .bjghlymorilOiioiM co'theTOBKe; t� coooaj k �� . �f We are informed thatthe an d� in forte of the miutrs ment ionlnejn iiipm wood At awrfintal IMi�>..�r.th� �M~ioi. B K.ai:i L-.,3^'^..'*?X.f?S?r" ; ' ? . ferfons. �./'�" " licefteem,,themorefobmiffiveiy.eheyt^u)c^niniwa^ The Jaft letters from the Eaft "Indies mention, (hat every thing ,wa yet lion. ,This, I affirto, upon the .mott lilemtt cw�ltHt^>^tVi^' ii.a3^a^ PofCToj.tl>eStii^X-:W�r � JO^Sticawft aonii; '^''Cniwa^^p;^.^^--T^ Let Mr. Wilkes's Occiput bfi applied tn - jimias's to tbe - Lord Mayor's' to - Col. Barre's to - vflitanndlBurkn's to - ^nnratcteynolds to -. lUvell'l Mr. Home's Duke of Grafton's Lord Ncith's The hon. C. Fox's Charles Jenkinfon'a Tommy Bradfintw'a Mungo's. *.� For the HiS. Tidten .ia,-thei W6� TToi'itiotx' i�nak, fee the ihinf paj�. t dty/1-4- "? 'V- to'*?. %at/tntljrfnnu;r'a>btet4:^ Schemes. . , .�-^j. ,_,._� .j . r^~:,-J&i .... , . .... . . , \ti>t*-^b'�iii$'t*�B>tftitt!, tsj^et^M>ciBM,'iB^iii��^ However rpecnlatiye tbs ctav appear to tome, its rationale may be account- rummer. .; ' * . _r7�~"' . "?T^;: ed forthus pnvlicaliy : tbenra half braini being thos left to debate the nutter , To 'our C P R RE S P 0 H'D E N T'S. ' ; a&tcr/u V|tbat regolaruyj as weJfaa
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