London Lloyd Evening Post, January 13, 1764

London Lloyd Evening Post

January 13, 1764

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Issue date: Friday, January 13, 1764

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1761 - 1800

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Lloyd's Evening Post (Newspaper) - January 13, 1764, London, Middlesex 4r Tol. XIV.F -, .From FRIDAY, Jajcua^y 13, to MOOT41J#anuW, l� l7�4- -  [N*mb. WiS -1--L_i-1 7 -r;-*~ ,� - �-----^ - , f ^ i.ii ^ m i.' SAT UJ5^ A 'f l'4� *A M E R\l C A. 'UK- Governorsreturned from theGpngr^y.and are weflTatisfied *, tfeiia^fchet ..being buried, andr&eyhav-^iagreceived allotherxiym-. bols of friendibip. In (hott* Peace is fettled between them and the .Indians, jjttjiuch to thefatisfa�hon of ail parties; the^. particulars-of which the Governors- have jfettarded to England. Bx^di^i^^mlsi-.from St*4ugttfhnt, Nov. v if The Loss Warrior of the Creeps* and a few of the Oconee people, w^nt,from hence a few days ago5 very wqU fatiiped with cteptujn they met. witftfrom Major:Ogilvte)k thoufebjie had no\pTcfents to give them." jfjtqffia&y Sfft. 74. Late 011 Sunday inght arrived "here from Quebec, die. Hon.; #6nUgu;Wilmot,' Efq;'. and oft MbndayWs M^rfy'sij&yal commiffion, appointing him l^tttenani-Gbvejnor of this province, was 'ublidy read in the Council-Chamber, and is Honour was fworn in accordingly. _ 1 .1  ,r" . "*"| 1 r1 tr "~ w�& intent fa kill a Gentleman-that |SJ?� *{ tfeere, The.Governor jpf ^^e^.iB.^i|ri^l^K* i Stejpfent a veuefto demand hills',' aspto.prg-veKt, if pofiable,. jfo crdel^aicaiSwoph^^rtJ the-Gentleman, had th%>#Jod;fen�g^o^^ and got to the to'rt alinoit, naked,�yk&z. \ ; Whe Marcmis of Granby, Stott, atarge-jnip from Kevviouiidland t,$M.>:m Ydlerday-tne;y|l^^ ^ .^a^i^^talf^'"^!^^^?.^- {fang* I'lfad'erfon, for'-'robbing Ef|her ^eihpm|sjf 1 Hathpftead-fieM&'ef 4s. gd. Thomas Tom^nV for breaking and.'entering this dwelling-houfe of John Forbes, &td ileal yig a large quantity of goods. Seventeen were caft forl-tranfpoft-atioh,"and one a'cquatted.' .. ^ - I N T � L,J. i,.G ENC i'|xT�i,0 R DI� WE cati affure theTublic, that lalt night " at Hicks's-^Iall ;aii. IndiSmen^for nvilfit! and torritpt. Perjury, wa,s found by the Grand Tury for tbe county .of Middlesex a' f*:,Jfi^ttT/*y;r.^'Mo-n^RAT�sL:q..O. , �S� ^"ijfamb. ioi4..;"Pjr3v1 -^T?|II^ migltf Anecdote lays opao an�xten-3t fivefold lor any celebratedc^nks te-~Tfner an abundant crop of polemical'^laurels.. '*the fall of the, Jefuits ua Eatope � Ihould bring on a diffcftuUQn of their vaifc empire m America, as-wdl;probably faoirbe.,the-cafey froitf-^ie unpardonable difgufti -tfoty have gefiif the *wo Potentates who.chi^y-fuppdrt'-.ed them,, then indeed?vf&M&h]l&-more gertl-nently enabled to tracfethedegrees by which, jhej mounted this ftupelB&iis laddeE.of ambition. In the. mnap:whde,,it may. not be titt-intereiiing to make fome obfeEvautottS' relative to.afubjett hitherto little-noticed,,atleatEiii our northern climates. An active mind, paffingibeforeit^wiW ilk l^cnrforjrmaniief.'the prlftdp^. re.HSp^i� p� ^i�- * Yefterday a Bill of Indictment, for a pre-, tended Theft of Papers belonging to Mr.- Wilkes, was preferred to the Grand Jury for the county cf Middlesex, by Mr. W.'s friends againft Mr. Gurrey, one of the Witneifes. to prove the publication of the.Efiay on Womaji,' which the Houfe of Lords has declared^.to be a wicked and blafphemous Libel; and,the republication of the North Briton, which b'othr Hcufe.s ?f Parliament have..declared to-be.a. fecitioas Libel, afpirii;>g every branch of jdse?. Legiflatare, and _ tending to raife traiter^Us-infarreftions.. againil his Majelty's- Govern-: ment; but. the Grand Jury, coniiiling ofi Gentlemen'of rank and charaft:r, .returned 'the faid'Bill Ig-noramus. There are feveral bills of indictment,, for wilful and corrupt perjury, preparing again!! feveral witneffes,. who appeared for the defendant', in fome late memrabte trials ; and one in particular again!! a Gentleman of fome rank and eminence in office. Cn Saturday }af>, 'tis thought, that upwards. of two thouiatid peopie, many of taemperfotis -----�--^> ' ---"~1 -~.*.*-" " ^"b ^ 'j * " ----.-----c-r-f------j--------X who loon after jumped overboai'd, and-was J of diftinction,.drank punch at Mr..Afliley'sy drowned; the King, in revenge', feil on-a fet- | on Lnd gate-Hill, ar.d congratulated with Ivim-tlement of the laid Evans in the country, f the ccufe of the iliuirir.ationa he made... '' [Price Two-peace Halfpenn;--�J ' jj&vyirs fuj>n�gv. Nor does''it^appear, during, -^he" whole xiivie, of his nriiBoh^lw otherwilev he-ever let drQ^ithe:fmalleft hm-t, or imjjj>]&c& tion, that thole whtt%ere -to-fii^eeed him ili ' hi5s -  .^Since this men^orrfble periodji.Shen, and jOn this fane|fuTpreten?;e, the;Bi'{|dp'of Rome-'^dttKe example, iQ gratify, wba' an equal; tratification ipj-Erieft ot, Layman;-, the pofl'ef-on of lupreine authority-Bst he acquired, his by means much, more Omnipotent than any Oilier follower of; the Cl'jr^kn belief dared to afltime-TJie grand L:>i�a^-id net afpire at quite, fo-mueJi.-Sr;W.hEthet this magnanimous ttride to temporafcpower'over one part, and i-ii.fpirituals over the whcle >vbpld; has been of any fervice to it,is notiiiow ear purpofe to invftlga�i zJxat it.has, .atlleatt, beer, productive',of a notable imiance, founded on the like views, that by far out-rivals-it.. It is jtliis: Mahomet thought hiinfelf as well qua-,jilTfed with-isfp^ctto tlieo3fcg^itaifents,.to1)e; .jjfcweign Psntiff, as the Succeffbr of -8fc-'�e-1^35, and muck mjore. fo, w'tpjiety^ to ;